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5800x 90 degrees at idle

mathew74715
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Go to solution Solved by Shimejii,

Sounds like a dead pump. MSI recalled a TON of their AIO products, so Check to see if yours is on that list. https://us.msi.com/Landing/liquid-cooler-swap-application

I recently got a Ryzen 7 5800x for my pc which was already running an MSI MAG core 240R and I haven't seen it go below 77 degrees at any point.  It is now staying at 90 degrees when the pc is idling and throttling down to as low as 0.5 GHz even when I'm loading web pages.  I have it mounted at the front of my case (with a mesh front) with the pump at the bottom (pump is in the radiator).  Though so far it has not shut down my system.  Please help.    

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I have tried holding both tubes and one is noticeably warm and the other is cool.  I can also feel a small amount of vibration on the tubes.  

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If it hasn't been below 77 at any point, you have something else going on as well... Case? Fans?

OP: My PC cuts off and crashes. Is the 1000W PSU enough?  ME: 1000W is plenty, PSU or system board could be faulty. Get both tested.

OP: I don't think so, both parts were purchased last week.        😒  Why bother asking if you second-guess the advice?

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14 minutes ago, An0maly_76 said:

If it hasn't been below 77 at any point, you have something else going on as well... Case? Fans?

I have the Lian li 215x.  The case has 2 200mm fans intaking at the front, two 120mm fans exhausting out the top, and another 120mm exhausting out the back.  I also have a 6700xt and it has perfectly normal thermals.

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56 minutes ago, mathew74715 said:

I have tried holding both tubes and one is noticeably warm and the other is cool.  I can also feel a small amount of vibration on the tubes.  

then it is not dead most likely just almost there

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24 minutes ago, mathew74715 said:

I have the Lian li 215x.  The case has 2 200mm fans intaking at the front, two 120mm fans exhausting out the top, and another 120mm exhausting out the back.  I also have a 6700xt and it has perfectly normal thermals.

I am air cooling a 5900X with a Scythe Mugen 5 and six Corsair 120s controlled with an iCUE Commander. My fans run between 30-70%. I have PBO enabled and the only time it sees over 70-72 is if I do a 30 minute Cinebench R23 run. Idle temps are 38C-42C and moderate loads are 57C-65C. And my case has a total intake area of just 34 square inches. You've got an airflow problem of some sort, and it doesn't sound like the case is to blame. My all-time peak is 87C. Without PBO, 76C. Something is seriously out of whack in your setup beyond your impending AIO pump failure.

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OP: My PC cuts off and crashes. Is the 1000W PSU enough?  ME: 1000W is plenty, PSU or system board could be faulty. Get both tested.

OP: I don't think so, both parts were purchased last week.        😒  Why bother asking if you second-guess the advice?

Friends don't let friends use Apple.                                              NOTE: Recently diagnosed autistic. I don't intend to ruffle anyone's feathers.

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High temps and MSI MAG core,  this is more common than rain these days 

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Try repasting and remounting it first yet ?

If you did, then I'd say if MSI okay with giving you a replacement, go for it.

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Update: I sent in the RMA request and it was approved.  After receiving a replacement unit, temps are right around where I would expect them to be.  Thanks for the help everyone. 

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5 hours ago, mathew74715 said:

Update: I sent in the RMA request and it was approved.  After receiving a replacement unit, temps are right around where I would expect them to be.  Thanks for the help everyone. 

Did you get the same type of cooler. Mag core ? It so, see you next year😂😂😝

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