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Ryzen 5 2600  @ stock and runs at about 65 degrees centigrade with stock cooler when playing games like PUBG, should i get water cooling for this and if so do i need to remove motherboard from the case to install it or does it just screw in.

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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I think you mean celcius instead of centigrade. 65 degrees °C is perfectly fine, you should start worrying at 90

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Just now, TheThymo said:

I think you mean celcius instead of centigrade. 65 degrees °C is perfectly fine, you should start worrying at 90

okay hanks

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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3 minutes ago, Ben a cava said:

Ryzen 5 2600  @ stock and runs at about 65 degrees centigrade with stock cooler when playing games like PUBG, should i get water cooling for this and if so do i need to remove motherboard from the case to install it or does it just screw in.

if your Case has a large enough opening from the other side panel then you don't need to remove the motherboard.

 

and 65C is really fine, you can get an AIO if you wanna drop temps so you could overclock or if you want some peace of mind, but really it's fine.

 

Ryzen reaches a temp of 95C before it starts thermal throttling

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Just now, syn2112 said:

if your Case has a large enough opening from the other side panel then you don't need to remove the motherboard.

 

and 65C is really fine, you can get an AIO if you wanna drop temps so you could overclock or if you want some peace of mind, but really it's fine.

 

Ryzen reaches a temp of 95C before it starts thermal throttling

okay thanks

 

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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14 minutes ago, Ben a cava said:

Ryzen 5 2600  @ stock and runs at about 65 degrees centigrade with stock cooler when playing games like PUBG, should i get water cooling for this and if so do i need to remove motherboard from the case to install it or does it just screw in.

65C is good, especially with a stock cooler. You're fine.

 

If you were to get an AIO liquid cooler, you just mount the block onto the CPU and the radiator somewhere at the top or front of your case. You probably won't need to remove the motherboard to get the posts on. Water cooling really depends on your case and where you could mount a  radiator. 

 

If I were you, I wouldn't worry about those temps or spending the money on water cooling. If your CPU passes 80C for more than a few moments, then look into a beefer air cooler and some more case fans. At least turn up your cpu fan curve.

 

If your CPU is getting close to 95C, then you need to replace the cooler or troubleshoot, something is wrong. 

CPU — i7 6700k - 4.4GHz

GPU — EVGA GTX 1080ti SC2 - Factory OC

Monitor — Acer Predator XB271HU - 2560x1440 165Hz IPS 4ms

CPU Cooler — Noctua NH-D14

Motherboard — MSI z170a Gaming m5

Memory — 32GB G.Skill Ripjaws V series - 2133MHz 2(2 x 8GB)

Storage — WD Black - 2TB HDD 7200rpm

        — Samsung 850 EVO - 250GB SSD

        — Samsung 960 EVO - 250GB M.2 SSD

Case — Fractal Design Define R6 TG

PSU — EVGA SuperNOVA G3 - 850W 80+ Gold 

Case Fans — 120mm Noctua NF-F12 PWM - exhaust

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

Keyboard — Max Keyboard TKL Blackbird - Cherry MX blue switches - Red Backlighting 

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6 minutes ago, DutchTexan said:

65C is good, especially with a stock cooler. You're fine.

 

If you were to get an AIO liquid cooler, you just mount the block onto the CPU and the radiator somewhere at the top or front of your case. You probably won't need to remove the motherboard to get the posts on. Water cooling really depends on your case and where you could mount a  radiator. 

 

If I were you, I wouldn't worry about those temps or spending the money on water cooling. If your CPU passes 80C for more than a few moments, then look into a beefer air cooler and some more case fans. At least turn up your cpu fan curve.

 

If your CPU is getting close to 95C, then you need to replace the cooler or troubleshoot, something is wrong. 

my fans run 100% all the time so is that still good 

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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12 minutes ago, Ben a cava said:

my fans run 100% all the time so is that still good 

Perfectly fine. I like to curve my CPU and GPU fans so that they hit 100% while I game.

 

A lot of people like to keep their pc as quiet as they can, but I'd rather have a better gaming machine than a better sounding or looking one. 

CPU — i7 6700k - 4.4GHz

GPU — EVGA GTX 1080ti SC2 - Factory OC

Monitor — Acer Predator XB271HU - 2560x1440 165Hz IPS 4ms

CPU Cooler — Noctua NH-D14

Motherboard — MSI z170a Gaming m5

Memory — 32GB G.Skill Ripjaws V series - 2133MHz 2(2 x 8GB)

Storage — WD Black - 2TB HDD 7200rpm

        — Samsung 850 EVO - 250GB SSD

        — Samsung 960 EVO - 250GB M.2 SSD

Case — Fractal Design Define R6 TG

PSU — EVGA SuperNOVA G3 - 850W 80+ Gold 

Case Fans — 120mm Noctua NF-F12 PWM - exhaust

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

          — 140mm Noctua NF-A14 PWM - intake

Keyboard — Max Keyboard TKL Blackbird - Cherry MX blue switches - Red Backlighting 

Mouse — Logitech G602

Headphones — Sennheiser HD600

Extras — Glorious PC Gaming Race - Mouse Wrist Rest  

       — Glorious PC Gaming Race - XXL Extended Mouse Pad - 36" x 18"

       — LED Strip - Phanteks PH-LEDKT - 1 meter

       — Mechanical ten key - Cherry MX blue switches

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10 hours ago, DutchTexan said:

Perfectly fine. I like to curve my CPU and GPU fans so that they hit 100% while I game.

 

A lot of people like to keep their pc as quiet as they can, but I'd rather have a better gaming machine than a better sounding or looking one. 

yeh

thanks

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 @ 3.2Ghz 

Motherboard: MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC 

RAM: Team Vulcan DDR4 16GB (2x8GB)

GPU: Zoatac Gtx 1070 8GB 

Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox Lite 5 RGB

Storage: 2TB Toshiba HDD, 120GB WD Green SSD 

PSUGigabyte P650B 

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