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Ryzen 5900x Temps are Very High

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My 5900x has recently had super high temps. I never used to have this issue and I have a pretty solid 360mm radiator. I'm getting these temps while Idle with only chrome and a few background apps open. Even in Bios I was getting idle temps around 70C. Temps reach up to 90C while gaming. My CPU Core Voltage is at 1.419 which I feel like is too high. Don't know if it could be something wrong with my CPU and if I should get it replaced since its still under warranty or If its something to do with drivers. Any help with these ridiculous temps would be great.

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Defo 70C in BIOS in not normal, try to reset BIOS to default and check, but I think problem is with the cooling, pump not working or at low speed, something clogged, no water flow...

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The CPU is fine, your cooling is lacking.

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I had similar issues recently due to a blockage in the pump housing. Symptoms were low temperatures that rose steadily and would not decrease when fan and pump were maxed.  
 

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6 minutes ago, sk8rs_dad said:

I had similar issues recently due to a blockage in the pump housing. Symptoms were low temperatures that rose steadily and would not decrease when fan and pump were maxed.  
 

How would I go about finding out if that's the issue and If it is how would you unclog it?

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Does your Fan Pump show any RPM? What cooler do you have?

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1 minute ago, Sjaakie said:

Does your Fan Pump show any RPM? What cooler do you have?

My Fan Pump Does show RPM its around 4000 and I have an MSI MAG CORE LIQUID 360R V1

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10 minutes ago, CheesyT3 said:

How would I go about finding out if that's the issue and If it is how would you unclog it?

Which cooler exactly do you have? You just state 360mm AIO, but there are a ton of them out there. 

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Just now, CheesyT3 said:

My Fan Pump Does show RPM its around 4000 and I have an MSI MAG CORE LIQUID 360R V1

There is a recall out for those. You can find all the details here to see if your unit is one of the affected. 

 

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/msi-recalls-mag-coreliquid-240r-360r-aio-coolers-due-to-sediment-build-up#:~:text=MSI is recalling its MAG,before a blockage is formed.

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Always try the easy and least invasive things first.

  1. Did it ever work properly?
  2. if yes, what changed?
  3. if no, what stepped did I miss putting it together? Maybe missing thermal paste or forgetting to peal the plastic protector off.
  4. is the pump plugged in to the correct header?
  5. Does the bios detect it?
  6. Does the pump spin? Do the fans spin?
  7. Can I see or hear fluid moving?

At this point it ought to work or not so  it’s time to contemplate repair. 
 

  1. is it under warranty?
  2. Can I wait for a replacement. Start the RMA process
  3. Do I think I can fix it? Maybe there’s a tutorial or YouTube video of somebody doing it. watch it. Still confident?
    This is the point of no return.  The system is down until it’s fixed or replaced.  
  4. Check availability of a replacement for when I break it and start dismantling. Do I have any thermal paste for reinstalling later? Buy some. Might want to order a replacement AIO at the same time.  It can always be returned unopened. 

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Worked perfect till the last few days. Gonna try and get a replacement from MSI since its still under warranty. Here's hoping all goes well.

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To give you an idea of just how bad your cooler is performing, I see lower temps under the most severe CPU load I can place on it, while it is pushing 235w with maxed out socket limits for my CPU, with "just" a heatsink. Also with no ac turned on and the windows open 😄

 

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Also check your water block seating. Overtime sometimes if you didn't mount the block with enough pressure or correctly, it could wiggle off. I take it you checked your thermal paste too.

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