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  1. I just built my first pc. My CPU is a Ryzen 5 5600x on a Gigabyte B550 Aorus pro motherboard in a Corsair iCue 4000x case. I installed the H100i Elite Capellix cooler and my temps seem a bit high but I'm not sure what is considered "normal" with this cooler as I am new to pc in general. CPU temps: on start up/idle: 33c-43c browsing internet or other small tasks: 40c-50c playing less demanding games (ex. Rocket League): 45c-60c playing demanding games (ex. Cyberpunk): nearly 85c max These temps fluctuate very quickly. My coolant temp (monitored using iCue) hovers between 28c and 35c unless I play something like Cyberpunk or GTA. Then it gradually climbs up to nearly 45c. Are these temps typical for this cooler and if not what can I do to get them lower.
  2. I recently installed custom water cooling hydro x series. Water Block and the GPU block. I have the 360mm rad and I have 3 120mm corsair SP fans on them. mounted on the top of my case exhausting. So my issue right now is my cpu is running pretty hot to where my Game ( Star Citizen ) is crashing windows due to high temps. I have a i7 9700K oc to 5.0 voltage 1.320 i'm sitting around low 70 to high 60s most the time but when it spikes to high 70percent usage to 80 percent usage . the temp will spike to 80c. which isnt good. Probably the reason why my windows os crash mid game. I come from thr h115i AIO and never saw over 71c on stress testing. I'm alittle disappointed with the temps to the amount of money I spent on eveything. Any ideas? Anything I can try or do to help this. My coolant temp sits at 42c when its running in game. side note. I under clocked it to 4.9ghz to 1.31 volts. and the temps are way better and seeing better performance due to the lower temps. low to mid 60s at 100 percent usage. But I shouldnt have to go to 4.9 when I can achieve 5.0 but the temps are limiting me. Thanks in Advanced!
  3. Hello Community, Since noon today when I started the PC on this day the first time all temperatures rose to 100 ° C from my CPU Motherboard and water cooling is also higher yesterday everything worked and the temperatures were between 25 ° C and 40 ° C the temperatures rise in 1 minute at 100 ° C have the Corsair and the SUPPORT where I have put the PC together all recently, I can already imagine what the answers will be why I wanted to ask you for help in the hope here to get a reasonable answer if here someone ever had such a similar problem had this problem I had a short time but after 3 reboots it went away then it was again a quarter of a year until today I have already rebooted 10 times newly installed drivers and ever restarted with temperature again rose anyway in seconds clock. Here are the infos to the PC: Intel® Core™ i7-7700K Prozessor MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON Mainboard Corsair DIMM 16GB DDR4-3000 Kit Arbeitsspeicher GIGABYTE AORUS GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Grafikkarte Samsung 960 PRO 512 GB Solid State Drive be quiet! Dark Power Pro P11 1000W PC-Netzteil Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Wasserkühlung Windows 10 Pro Radiator Driver: iCUE und Corsair LINK (iCUE just yesterday installed because of keyboard) Thank you in advance!
  4. I have had this AIO cooler for about a year now and never had any problems with it until today. I fired up Corsair Link and wanted to put it from Quiet to Performance on the pump settings for ****s and giggles. Heard water slushing around the pipes and suddenly a lot of my other fans turn up and I see my CPU temps rising while only having Corsair Link open! I'm talking 90+C at this point. I then decide to shut it down for a reboot. Shows me a Bios error about pressing ALT+L to revert to last known good set up (had not powered down for a while and was running stable with 70 ish load temps). I get up to 80C while fiddling around in the BIOS and turn it off. I finally get into Windows and the CPU temps ramp up to 110C and Corsair Link is showing 50+C in the liquid and steadily rising. I have had no luck in fixing this problem for the past couple of hours. Even cleared CMOS for good measure. Computer is now off for the time being. Anybody know of a solution or have come across this problem? Is it blockage? Seems odd that the temps would suddenly spike when the only thing I did was switch it from Quiet to Performance.. if anything i would expect the temps to go down and not up. Any help is appreciated
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