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Is these 7900x temps normal?

yung_fresh

So i rencently build a 7900x system with a kranek elite 360mm aio and it sits in bios a 50c aand at 70 c at 20% usage and 95c at 100% is these temps normal? i have isntalled the latest bios and drivers.

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For stock, yes. Ensuring the cooler has adequate contact with enough thermal paste and being in a cooler ambient environment can improve things. My old 7900x with an air cooler idled around 45 and would see 92-93c in Cinebench when stock. That was with an AK620 air cooler at the time, but it was in a Fractal Torrent with phenomenal airflow. At completely stock, 95c is the temperature target so its doing what its supposed to do. Ensure your AIO's pump is set to 100%. 

 

Luckily though with Curve Optimizer undervolting and setting a temp limit, you can bring this down and still be faster than stock.

 

 

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70 degrees while drawing 50-60W rarely happens for me with a Mugen 5... what case are you using? Do you notice any strange sounds coming from the AIO?

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25 minutes ago, yung_fresh said:

So i rencently build a 7900x system with a kranek elite 360mm aio and it sits in bios a 50c aand at 70 c at 20% usage and 95c at 100% is these temps normal? i have isntalled the latest bios and drivers.

It's a bit high imo, the kraken is a good cooler

Check paste and mounting pressure 

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Yes, the CPU will do everything it can to get to 95 C due to how it's designed to run. Better cooling will give you slightly higher clock speeds but you'll still be touching 95 C for stock settings.

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