Arne Saknussemm wrote:Thank you for replying to my issue. If you look at my system spec, The case inside I have a total of 8 Fans, 3x 120mm intake in from the bottom, 3x 120mm intake from the side panel and 2x 140mm exhaust at top.
Depends a bit on GPU and case airflow. If you have little airflow through the case...the GPU will chuck out a lot of heat and that will help saturate the AIO on the CPU.
That said those temps are not something I'd worry about....you could always repaste and check mount and contact just to be sure
Don't use Ai tweaker for one. If you don't want to OC then set in your bios to CPU 37x. What is the water temp of your AIO. What is your room temp. If you don't know how to do that there are plenty of video's on youtube to tell you. But you could be over volting the CPU if left on auto, so you will have to look at that. What frequency is your CPU running at now. Theses CPU's run hot and 71c is really OK. Have you tried Prime 95 with on AVX, to see what the temps are.
Arne Saknussemm wrote:I've noticed after disabling the MCE my CPU temps idle is now reading 28c-30c and I was gaming last night temps were at 40c-46c. I will continue to monitor this tonight with other games.
Yes...disabling MCE will make a difference.
RE the fans...there are fans and there are fans....lots of fans spin and move little air. Especially if they are pushing against too little exhaust.
Maybe play about with config....balance exhaust and intake for example
10900K at 5.2GHz and those temps:rolleyes:....either the window is open in Iceland or the game was minesweeper...