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75°C is fine. Even while just gaming. Chips have been getting hotter. They have built in thermal targets, so it'll boost as high as in can within thermal limits.

 

More case fans can help a bit. Your CPU cooler should be up to the task of cooling the 10900K. If you want marginally better temps, you could try switching out that old NT-H1 from the Noctua NH-D15 for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.

 

Nice PFP btw.

I've upgraded my PC recently a heavy duty upgrade I had the money so I figured I'd go for it and future proof myself a bit. I got an I9-10900k and msi 3060ti I put them in and after some trouble shooting everything ended up working fine. My main concern is that my I9 Temps get up there like in the low to mid 70s (celsius) if I'm gaming like control ultimate edition. I'm using a cooler master master air ma620m dual tower in a corsair icue 4000x case. I dont have any fans on the top yet(I know I need to get more I just haven't had the cash for the ones I want). I know that about 75 C° isn't probably going to be a huge problem and will lower once I get the fans but I'm concerned because I'm not really using the cpu all that heavily. It's not at 100 percent usage it's using like 15 to 25 percent at most and just seems odd to me that the Temps are so high. I used like a fat little grain of rice worth of thermal paste and I used the thermal paste from my old noctua nh d15. Any insight is appreciated.

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75°C is fine. Even while just gaming. Chips have been getting hotter. They have built in thermal targets, so it'll boost as high as in can within thermal limits.

 

More case fans can help a bit. Your CPU cooler should be up to the task of cooling the 10900K. If you want marginally better temps, you could try switching out that old NT-H1 from the Noctua NH-D15 for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.

 

Nice PFP btw.

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4 minutes ago, Hairless Monkey Boy said:

75°C is fine. Even while just gaming. Chips have been getting hotter. They have built in thermal targets, so it'll boost as high as in can within thermal limits.

 

More case fans can help a bit. Your CPU cooler should be up to the task of cooling the 10900K. If you want marginally better temps, you could try switching out that old NT-H1 from the Noctua NH-D15 for Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.

 

Nice PFP btw.

Alright thanks its just been sitting there mulling in the back of my mind I was just concerned because it's not at full load and still at those temps.

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3 minutes ago, rileyakirk said:

10900k is a hot chip.

Lol yeah I know I've never had a chip at this quality I've always been stuck with the hammy downs or last years model. So I finally decided to get myself something nice.

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1 minute ago, Moderator41 said:

it's not at full load and still at those temps.

Have you tried running it at 100 percent to see where your temps are at? You could try running Aida64 or Prime95 for a bit just to make sure.  

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Just now, Founders said:

Have you tried running it at 100 percent to see where your temps are at? You could try running Aida64 or Prime95 for a bit just to make sure.  

I haven't used those programs specifically I've run 3d mark a few times and it'll get anywhere from like 75 to 80 but I'm pretty sure it's never gone over 80.

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7 minutes ago, Moderator41 said:

I haven't used those programs specifically I've run 3d mark a few times and it'll get anywhere from like 75 to 80 but I'm pretty sure it's never gone over 80.

Well, while stress tests are not representative of your day to day usage they're a great tool to diagnose any potential issues including cooling. I'm not saying your temps seem abnormal as the 10900K is a very hot CPU as others mentioned but you seem concerned and it may answer your question.  

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1 minute ago, Founders said:

Well, while stress tests are not representative of your day to day usage they're a great tool to diagnose any potential issues including cooling. I'm not saying your temps seem abnormal as the 10900K is a very hot CPU as others mentioned but you seem concerned and it may answer your question.  

I am a little concerned I really don't want to accidentally do any damage to my PC. I've never had a cpu this powerful and from everything I've read it's much easier to damage a cpu than it is a gpu. More or less I'm looking for a little peace of mind from people who know more about it than I do. So thanks for the insight I'll try running Aida64 and see how it handles it.

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6 minutes ago, Moderator41 said:

I am a little concerned I really don't want to accidentally do any damage to my PC. I've never had a cpu this powerful and from everything I've read it's much easier to damage a cpu than it is a gpu. More or less I'm looking for a little peace of mind from people who know more about it than I do. So thanks for the insight I'll try running Aida64 and see how it handles it.

If you aren't overclocking then it's pretty hard to hurt your cpu. Even if it gets too hot your system will automatically shut itself down to prevent damage. I have had that happen and the cpu was fine after and I just had to do some adjustments (apparently I had one of my fans that was supposed to be exhaust as intake instead) my cpu cooler and case fan were blowing into each other resulting in trapped heat. Also another thing to keep in mind is that cpus that a aren't overclocked will down clock your cpu when temps get too high so it should keep its temps in check normally. 

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9 minutes ago, Moderator41 said:

I've read it's much easier to damage a cpu than it is a gpu.

Both have safety mechanisms built in that prevent any damage via temperature and voltage limiters. You can obviously go past these voltage limits with a K SKU, but you'll still reach your CPU's T-Junction of 100c eventually at which point it will throttle back to reduce temperatures.    

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9 minutes ago, Founders said:

Both have safety mechanisms built in that prevent any damage via temperature and voltage limiters. You can obviously go past these voltage limits with a K SKU, but you'll still reach your CPU's T-Junction of 100c eventually at which point it will throttle back to reduce temperatures.    

So I ran aida64 for about 20 minutes now and it hasn't run over 92c even without the top fans I'm missing. I just wanted to give some thanks where thanks were due. I feel much better now knowing my computer isn't going to melt down or any of the other stupid things I had floating around in my head.

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I just wanted to let anyone wondering about this thread to know I went ahead and ran Aida64 extreme and maxed the cpu to 100 percent utilization and even with the missing fans it never ran hotter than 92 C° after about a 20 minute run In a heated room. I put my mind at ease and I'm looking forward to some heavy gaming. I want to thank everyone that took the time to help me with my concerns I hope you all fun in your pc adventures.

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It's difficult to damage your chip thermally so long as you have a cooler installed.

 

It will throttle itself if it gets too hot.

 

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