Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Need help with my system temperatures

Goncalo159
 Share

Hello, I start monitoring my system temperatures while gaming and when I saw the temperatures and thought that they were and are too high even for my system. So, I’m trying to find why they are so high. My system was:
 

  • MasterCase H500P Mesh ARGB
  • ASUS ROG Maximus XII Hero
  • Intel Core i9 10900k
  • Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360
  • G.SKILL Trident Z RGB 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4-3200MHz CL14
  • Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 12GB GDDR6X OC Edition
  • Seasonic Focus PX-850W 80+ Platinum
  • Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB MLC V-NAND NVMe
  • Samsung 1TB EVO 860 Series 2.5 SSD SATA III
  • Seagate 4TB Barracuda Pro 128Mb 3.5 SATA III 7200rpm
  • Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200rpm 64MB SATA III
  • Fan’s(2x200mm Front Intake | 1x Back Exhaust | 3x Top (radiator) Exhaust)

Then because of the temperatures I thought that was the case and the air flow, so I change my case to a lian li O11 Dynamic XL and got some unifans. Now my system is:
 

  • Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL ROG
  • ASUS ROG Maximus XII Hero
  • Intel Core i9 10900k
  • Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360
  • G.SKILL Trident Z RGB 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4-3200MHz CL14
  • Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3080 Ti 12GB GDDR6X OC Edition
  • Seasonic Focus PX-850W 80+ Platinum
  • Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB MLC V-NAND NVMe
  • Samsung 1TB EVO 860 Series 2.5 SSD SATA III
  • Seagate 4TB Barracuda Pro 128Mb 3.5 SATA III 7200rpm
  • Western Digital Blue 1TB 7200rpm 64MB SATA III
  • Fan’s(3x AL120 Unifan Side Intake | 3x AL120 Unifan Bottom Intake | 1x AL120 Unifan Back Exhaust | 3x Top (radiator) Exhaust)

But even after the case and fans change, the temperatures are still high when playing games or stress testing.

In bios after installing the CPU the only things that I change where pressing F3 to unlock the CPU and turned on the XMP, later I turned on the ai-cooling too.

I did a repaste too, and before I had Arctic MX-4 and now I used Noctua H1, but the temperatures didn’t change.

I played some games and got prints from the hardware monitor, maybe someone can see something that I don’t. I will let the Hardware monitor prints below on this post.

I have 2 screens, one Asus ROG SWIFT PG279Q 1440P 144hz and one Acer S240HL 1080p 60hz. I play on the 1440p one.

On Forza Horizon 4 the CPU temperature stay’s around 65c to 75c with some spikes to 83c/85c;

On Black Desert Online saw CPU temperature from 63c to 77c with spikes to 87c/89c;

On Assassins Creed Origins saw CPU temperatures from (sometimes 69c) 75c to 84c with spikes to 88c/94c;

On CallOfDuty Warzone saw CPU temperatures from 68c to 77c with spikes to 80c/83c;

On Division 2 saw CPU temperatures from 62c to 76c with spikes to 87c/89c;

On cinebench R23 in a 10 min run, saw CPU temperatures from 81c to 89c with spikes to 93c/95c;

On powermax 1.0 after 30 min run, saw CPU temperatures 89c to 95c with spikes of 98c;

I don’t know if this is normal and if I’m just paranoid, but what you think ?

Sorry for my bad English.
And thank you in advance.

Cine R23 10 min run Part1.png

Cine R23 10 min run part2.png

Cine R23 10 min run part3.png

PowerMax 1.0 30min Part 1.png

PowerMax 1.0 30min Part 2.png

PowerMax 1.0 30min Part 3.png

Test Assassins Creed Origins Part1.png

Test Assassins Creed Origins Part2.png

Test Assassins Creed Origins Part3.png

Test BDO part1.png

Test BDO part2.png

Test BDO part3.png

Test CallOfDuty Warzone Part 1.png

Test CallOfDuty Warzone Part 2.png

Test CallOfDuty Warzone Part 3.png

Test Division 2 Part 1.png

Test Division 2 Part 2.png

Test Division 2 Part 3.png

Test Forza part 1.png

Test Forza part 2.png

Test Forza part 3.png

Test idle part 1.png

Test idle part 2.png

Test idle part 3.png

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Link to post
Share on other sites

Doesn't seem exceptionally high for 5.3 ghz 1.3x+ core voltage, especially if just through multicore enhancement.
Manual overclocking could probably help a lot, here's a guide where they OC'd a 10900k https://www.overclockers.com/how-to-overclock-the-i9-10900k-a-guide-for-taming-the-beast/

desktop

Spoiler

r5 3600,3450@0.9v (0.875v get) 4.2ghz@1.25v (1.212 get) | custom loop cpu&gpu 1260mm nexxos xt45 | MSI b450i gaming ac | crucial ballistix 2x8 3000c15->3733c15@1.39v(1.376v get) |Zotac 2060 amp | 256GB Samsung 950 pro nvme | 1TB Adata su800 | 4TB HGST drive | Silverstone SX500-LG

HTPC

Spoiler

HTPC i3 7300 | Gigabyte GA-B250M-DS3H | 16GB G Skill | Adata XPG SX8000 128GB M.2 | Many HDDs | Rosewill FBM-01 | Corsair CXM 450W

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Link to post
Share on other sites

15 minutes ago, Cyracus said:

Doesn't seem exceptionally high for 5.3 ghz 1.3x+ core voltage, especially if just through multicore enhancement.
Manual overclocking could probably help a lot, here's a guide where they OC'd a 10900k https://www.overclockers.com/how-to-overclock-the-i9-10900k-a-guide-for-taming-the-beast/

i will give it a read and try, i'm new to this and not comfortable in bios messing with things. The cpu was ok when i had a 1080 ti, as soon as i upgrade to a 3080 ti, the temps rise like hell

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Link to post
Share on other sites

3 minutes ago, Goncalo159 said:

The cpu was ok when i had a 1080 ti, as soon as i upgrade to a 3080 ti, the temps rise like hell

1080ti is a 200-250w power draw card, 3080ti is a 350-400w power draw card.
So you have ~150w of extra heat production inside your case heating the air your cpu is using to keep itself cool.
 

desktop

Spoiler

r5 3600,3450@0.9v (0.875v get) 4.2ghz@1.25v (1.212 get) | custom loop cpu&gpu 1260mm nexxos xt45 | MSI b450i gaming ac | crucial ballistix 2x8 3000c15->3733c15@1.39v(1.376v get) |Zotac 2060 amp | 256GB Samsung 950 pro nvme | 1TB Adata su800 | 4TB HGST drive | Silverstone SX500-LG

HTPC

Spoiler

HTPC i3 7300 | Gigabyte GA-B250M-DS3H | 16GB G Skill | Adata XPG SX8000 128GB M.2 | Many HDDs | Rosewill FBM-01 | Corsair CXM 450W

 

 

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Link to post
Share on other sites

4 minutes ago, Cyracus said:

1080ti is a 200-250w power draw card, 3080ti is a 350-400w power draw card.
So you have ~150w of extra heat production inside your case heating the air your cpu is using to keep itself cool.
 

that's why i decide to change the case to a lianli o11d xl and get more fans, the temps a down a little but still high

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
 Share


×