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Old 08-11-2019, 08:14 AM
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As mentioned, you need to compare the coolant temperature (H115i Temp) to cpu temperature. This is what differentiates a cooler issue from all the other possibilities. Normal coolant temp should be +4-7C above room temp at idle and perhaps rise 6-10C above that at load. This means most people max out near 40C. If you power on the system and can watch your coolant temp climb upwards at +1C per every few seconds (or whatever), there is a problem.
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