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Hey guys first time asking a question and relatively pretty much a newbie to the whole computer thing.

 

are the temps in the picture below acceptable ?

 

the system is air cooled nothing fancy

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If that’s under load that’s fine. If it’s under full synthetic load that’s actually really good.

If that’s idle or near idle you have an issue.

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Just now, 8tg said:

If that’s under load that’s fine. If it’s under full synthetic load that’s actually really good.

If that’s idle or near idle you have an issue.

GPU under 85° is fine and as long as youre CPU is not thermal throttling (look in taskmanager, if it downclocks it is throttling) you are quite fine, somewhere in the 90° area it starts to clock down. Youre temps are quite fine if they are under load. I believe that is what those bars next to the temps are for, I suppose?

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9 minutes ago, gavinod85 said:

Hey guys first time asking a question and relatively pretty much a newbie to the whole computer thing.

 

are the temps in the picture below acceptable ?

 

the system is air cooled nothing fancy

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That's pretty fine, assuming thay was under load 

BRUH...

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Under load that's fine, but still a bit on the hot side. RTX cards get hot. It's not bad but really shouldn't get any hotter.

 

If you don't mind fan noise, you can change the curve in MSI afterburner.

You can also undervolt it there, which can lower the temps quite a lot. I've seen it drop up to 15c, but for me it's like 5c difference.

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would water cooling say the cpu help ? i cant really afford to do a custom loop or anything like that though

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3 hours ago, Freakwise said:

That's pretty fine, assuming thay was under load 

Yeah underload, would getting some sort of watercooling help bring down temps ?

 

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1 minute ago, gavinod85 said:

Yeah underload, would getting some sort of watercooling help bring down temps ?

 

What sort of cooler you're currently using?

BRUH...

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1 hour ago, gavinod85 said:

Yeah underload, would getting some sort of watercooling help bring down temps ?

 

I would say you have damn bad airflow PC case

CPU Ryzen 5 3600X OC 4.6                  Mobo Asus Tuf Gaming Pro B450                 DDR4 16GB 3600Mhz Corsair Dominator

Gigabyte 1070 Ti              Arctic Liquid Freezer 2 240             Cooler MasterMB511 Case With 6 TT White Ring Fans

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3 minutes ago, Freakwise said:

What sort of cooler you're currently using?

Cooler master Hyper 212 evo

 

the system is a prebuilt from Chillblast

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1 minute ago, _DeXTeR_ said:

I would say you have damn bad airflow PC case

id happily tell you what the case is but honestly i dont know its a prebuilt system

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1 minute ago, gavinod85 said:

Cooler master Hyper 212 evo

 

the system is a prebuilt from Chillblast

 

Just now, gavinod85 said:

id happily tell you what the case is but honestly i dont know its a prebuilt system

Can you takt a picture of it?

BRUH...

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1 minute ago, Freakwise said:

 

Can you takt a picture of it?

the cooler or the case ?

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The whole pc if you can

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1 minute ago, Freakwise said:

The whole pc if you can

i just checked and its actually a chillblast centurian cooler

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13 minutes ago, _DeXTeR_ said:

I would say you have damn bad airflow PC case

i found out the case and its a Kolink Observatory Lite Mesh ARGB Gaming Case - Black

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2 minutes ago, gavinod85 said:

i just checked and its actually a chillblast centurian cooler

From the looks of it it seem can handle the cpu just fine, and your temps is fine-ish, a "cheap" way to lower the temps more is probably to add fan or just get a whole new aircooler that's beefier, 

Out of curiosity tho how much the fan in your case

BRUH...

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1 minute ago, Freakwise said:

From the looks of it it seem can handle the cpu just fine, and your temps is fine-ish, a "cheap" way to lower the temps more is probably to add fan or just get a whole new aircooler that's beefier, 

Out of curiosity tho how much the fan in your case

i dont know how much it cost (the fan)

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2 minutes ago, gavinod85 said:

i found out the case and its a Kolink Observatory Lite Mesh ARGB Gaming Case - Black

The case also looks like having pretty good airflow

BRUH...

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1 minute ago, gavinod85 said:

i dont know how much it cost (the fan)

No, not how much the fan cost but how many it is😅

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Just now, Freakwise said:

No, not how much the fan cost but how many it is😅

3 on the front and 1 on the back

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2 minutes ago, Freakwise said:

No, not how much the fan cost but how many it is😅

review of the case

 

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1 minute ago, gavinod85 said:

3 on the front and 1 on the back

Oh ok, and i just realized your cpu Temps perfectly fine but your gpu is not very good (sorry i sort of dealing with other people with the same-ish problems)

Did you know which version those gpu are like gigabyte something something rtx 2080?

BRUH...

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Just now, Freakwise said:

Oh ok, and i just realized your cpu Temps perfectly fine but your gpu is not very good (sorry i sort of dealing with other people with the same-ish problems)

Did you know which version those gpu are like gigabyte something something rtx 2080?

I orignally had a 2070 super in the pc but a fan broke on it and they replaced it with a gigabyte 2080

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