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AIO fitting on motherboard

Hey all,

I have maybe silly question about AIO fitting on motherboard, right now using EK-Nucleus AIO CR360 cooler on Asus ROG STRIX B650-A with Ryzen 7 7800X3D and temperatures are spiking, fans jumping from low speed to high if I turn on like chrome and steam, its annoying how fans behave, so my main question maybe I tight to much pump to CPU itself? Its holds with some a spring screws, howe much I need to tit it? In manual there is no mention at all.

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Spring loaded screws are usually meant to be mounted as tight as possible, this behaviour could be caused by insufficient thermal paste application or because the pump is bad/plugged in wrong.

English is not my first language, so please excuse any confusion or misunderstandings on my end.

I like to edit my posts a lot.

 

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1 hour ago, greenmephisto said:

Hey all,

I have maybe silly question about AIO fitting on motherboard, right now using EK-Nucleus AIO CR360 cooler on Asus ROG STRIX B650-A with Ryzen 7 7800X3D and temperatures are spiking, fans jumping from low speed to high if I turn on like chrome and steam, its annoying how fans behave, so my main question maybe I tight to much pump to CPU itself? Its holds with some a spring screws, howe much I need to tit it? In manual there is no mention at all.

What's the CPU temp when spiking?

Ryzen tend to naturally jump to 60C ish at least for some time when doing anything, fan curve has to be stable and relatively low up to near 70C

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On 3/2/2024 at 11:54 AM, Average Nerd said:

Spring loaded screws are usually meant to be mounted as tight as possible, this behaviour could be caused by insufficient thermal paste application or because the pump is bad/plugged in wrong.

Yeah, thinking maybe reapply thermal paste again, because pump seems works fine

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