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3700x using H150i Pro XT Temps


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Hello. I got the Corsair H150i Pro XT Aio about two months ago to cool my Ryzen 7 3700x. My main question is the temps. They look to high for me. The first image (the one with lower temps) is idle, was just watching Youtube. The second image (the one with higher temps) is when I ran Cinebench R20 multicore twice. I didn't overclock. All my fans were set at 750 RPM and the pump was in quite mode. The software was Hardware Info64. I also included an image of my PC.

 

The Cinabench temps look normal but the idle temps don't. Based on other builds with similar setups as mine, their idle temps are in the 30s C.

 

I also set my fans and pump to max to see if there is a difference. I only saw a slight difference in temps.

 

If anyone could help me in lowering my temps or identifying if the temps are normal that would be great.

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that's typical of Ryzen running a few background programs and services that prevent it from going to lower power states, one of them being .. iCUE.

You can see the Vcore is high in idle because of this, this is what causes the higher idle temps, and the H150i (or any other cooler) can't do much about it.

 

look in your task manager what programs load the CPU in idle and close them if it's safe to do so.

You may then see your idle temps going as low as these other builds.

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