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MOBO: ASUS ROG Strix X-570 E Gaming

GPU: RTX 3090 Asus TUF (Non-OC)

PSU: 1000 W EVGA Gold

RAM: 32 GB

Case: thermaltake Tower 900.


I'm looking in HWINFO64,  this is what I'm getting. Which one of these do I look at for the temperature of my CPU? Is it the CPU Die? This seems way to hot, this is just while I'm at idle basically with chrome open. I have the EK MONO block, two 560 mm raidiators with push pull fans, and two thermaltake pumps. I'm struggling to understand why my CPU is so HOT?!? I didn't overclock it or anything.






My CPU use to be much cooler than this, I recall under 40 deg C, but now at idle it's so hot. Please help. I don't know why this could be.

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62W package power sounds a little high for idle, but either way, that alone doesn't warrant the temps.

Try raising the pump's speed, make sure the CPU block is properly secured in place, and make sure you haven't mistaken inlet/outlet ports on your CPU block for instance.

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Yea I have two 560 mm raidiators. It's all one loop with the two pumps in series at max speed.


I've noticed that water flows fast, real fast when I first start up the pc, but after 30 seconds or so it slows down a lot, I have no idea why. Any ideas? Is this normal? This happens with both of my pumps, even when I run one by itself, it the other one by itself.


I'll try reseating my monoblock tomorrow and fresh thermal paste.


I have these pumps, two of them, top as inlet (one with glass tube hanging down) bottom as outlet.



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