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Hello, I'm running a fairly maxed out system in a quite cramped box and I sometimes suffering from that my system are getting too warm. Getting warnings from both the CPU (+90c and sometimes more) and the GPU (+80c) and sometimes even the SSD disks. The 4000 case (originally 4000x but I swapped the glass front to an airflow one) is getting hot and especially when I run 4K gaming. I have the AIO standing in the front which limits the air-intake. If I push all the fans to 70-80% rpm it gets better but I prefer a more quieter system than that. Just to point out: I have checked thermal paste on the AIO/CPU and make sure that the fans are neat and clean. My thought would be to change the case to 5000d, set the AIO in the top and do a push-pull and then utilise the option to install six fans in the front/side of the case. A bit worried since the spring is on its way and my flat is getting very warm during summer times. 😞 ...changing case or is there any other ways to get this systems cooler? Current setup: Corsair iCUE 4000X (now with airflow front) ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero Corsair AX HX1600i AMD Ryzen 9 5950X ASUS GeForce RTX 3090 24GB ROG STRIX GAMING-OC Corsair 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 3600MHz CL16 2x Samsung 980 Pro 1TB Corsair: H150i Elite Capellix iCUE 360mm 3x Corsair QL120 RGB 120mm (AIO and back) 2x Corsair QL140 RGB 140mm (top)
Hey, I just made my first water cooled build and I'm a bit worried about the CPU temperature on idle. config: Cooler: H115i pro installed on top, in pull configuration CPU: i7-8700K MB: Asus Z390-E gaming Ram: 2x32GB Case: Define R66 Front: 2 intake fans Back: 1 Exhaust (room temp around 20°) I haven't installed any IOS yet so I can't stress test it, but just checking the BIOS, the CPU runs at around 50-54° and I feel like it's already way high. I applied a normal amount of thermal paste and the pump should be installed properly. Again, I'm pretty noobish, so I'll take any info! Thanks!