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hi. i just bought a pc on idle the cpu and gpu temp are both at 50 and on load the cpu goes to 75 80 degrees and if i use it too much some times 85 but thats rare my gpu is also on load at 70 80
is this ok and is it normal?
my specs are
ryzen 9 5950x
GIGABYTE RTX 3070

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Seems normal for such a powerful CPU, I assume it's air cooled or with a 240mm rad.

Is it plugged in? Is it turned on? Are you sure? No, really. 

List of my systems:

Main PC:

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HP z620 workstation, 2x Xeon e5-2690 v0, GTX 980 FE, 8x4gb DDR3-1333, 2x 2tb HDD, 1tb boot SATA SSD, Windows 10 Pro

Linux system:

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ProDesk 600 g1 SFF, i5-4590, Quadro k620, 2x4gb DDR3-1333, 64gb boot SSD, 250gb storage HDD from the ewaste pile with many bad sectors, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

XP system:

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Compaq DC7600 SFF, Pentium 4 HT 631, MSI GT 210 passive, 2x512m DDR2-667, 80gb Spinmaster HDD

Testbench:

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Optiplex 760 board, GameMax VP-600 PSU, 4x 64gb AliExpress SSD (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 10), 1tb HDD (storage)

(currently has a Core 2 Quad Q9550 and 4x2gb DDR2-800 but I change its config frequently)

 

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Those temperatures for those components is absolutely fine. Of course lower temperatures is preferable, but nothing wrong with your current temperatures.

 

Is this a prebuild computer? What is the make and model of the computer?

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1 minute ago, Mel0nMan said:

Seems normal for such a powerful CPU, I assume it's air cooled or with a 240mm rad.

its a corsair AIO with 2 fans

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1 minute ago, Universes said:

Those temperatures for those components is absolutely fine. Of course lower temperatures is preferable, but nothing wrong with your current temperatures.

 

Is this a prebuild computer? What is the make and model of the computer?

it is not a pre-build i buyed the thing Separately and gave it to a company to build it for me

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15 minutes ago, Matingm said:

it is not a pre-build i buyed the thing Separately and gave it to a company to build it for me

Ok. Right now, it doesn't seem like they did anything wrong. Again, those temperatures are normal for those parts. Unless you want to have lower temperatures, the computer is fine as it is. 

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6 minutes ago, Universes said:

Ok. Right now, it doesn't seem like they did anything wrong. Again, those temperatures are normal for those parts. Unless you want to have lower temperatures, the computer is fine as it is. 

thanks for the help man 

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