[SOLVED] 3090 and 5800x Temps

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I have a ryzen7 5800x and rtx 3090 suprim x and was wondering what you guys thought of my temps after playing cyberpunk for a little while. I've been at a steady 68c on my gpu and 72c on my cpu? Are those pretty adequate or too high? My case is an o11 dynamic with 6 intakes and 3 outtake as my aio.
 

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Top mounted as exhaust. It does seem warm though. Can I possibly be because one of the tubes is touching the gpu a small amount? I can send a pic if that might be the issue
So you're passing all the hot air from GPU through the radiator. Can you install as intake at front of case?
I can try to but the 3090 suprim is absolutely massive in the o11 dynamic and the tubes might might be strained or might not make it to the cpu. Since the o11 has the front side intake it might make it awkward
 

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Both seem fine to me. There's nothing to worry about here.


That's a normal result with a 450w gpu dumping its heat inside the chassis, only for that heat to pass though the hybrid cooler up top.
Still not an issue.
Oh that’s good to hear. Yeah I was gonna add on to what I said before that it is a 450w gpu so there’s a lot of hot air. And also I’ve heard the 5800x runs hotter than other chips
 

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Temps does look fine for this configuration. Especially in CP2077. He can improve situation only if AIO radiator is mounted at front for intake and all excess RGB thingamajigs are turned off. But that probably will go against transparent PC case using.
 

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I have a ryzen7 5800x and rtx 3090 suprim x and was wondering what you guys thought of my temps after playing cyberpunk for a little while. I've been at a steady 68c on my gpu and 72c on my cpu? Are those pretty adequate or too high? My case is an o11 dynamic with 6 intakes and 3 outtake as my aio.
My 3090 FE has peaked at 64C during CP2077/MSFS2020 and my 10900k is a little warmer under max load... upper 70's. So I'd say you're fine. I have the 360mm rad at the top blowing out... 1 rear out... 3 front and 1 bottom intake... 140mms.

I adjusted my 3090 OC settings/fan curve yesterday and saved a few degrees on those peak temps.... 3090 FE is gaming in mid 50's and barely hitting 60C now at max load.
 
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Krotow

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What do the "RGB thingamajigs" have to do with anything?
You will agree that RGB must have power to lit up. Plus power to RGB controller if PC have such thing. Power demand for a nice chain of bright LEDs may rise to few or even above ten watts in extreme cases. So add some 10% to power requirements in case of extreme RGB addiction syndrome. In PSU choice it mean requirement for +50W model in addition to the power demand of the rest of system. Where all extra power is wasted into disco lights. Brighter LEDs are hotter as well. Sometimes even cause freezes and bootloops (the tale of HyperX Fury RGB SSD). Well, I'm not against RGB as thing. However currently they are turned into stupid trend where gaming hardware = RGB. It gone so far that now it is much harder to purchase DDR4 3600+ MHz RAM modules without RGB nonsense than ones with RGB for 30% extra price and then figure out how to turn your little rave party inside PC case off by default.
 
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You will agree that RGB must have power to lit up. Plus power to RGB controller if PC have such thing. Power demand for a nice chain of bright LEDs may rise to few or even above ten watts in extreme cases. So add some 10% to power requirements in case of extreme RGB addiction syndrome. In PSU choice it mean requirement for +50W model in addition to the power demand of the rest of system. Where all extra power is wasted into disco lights. Brighter LEDs are hotter as well. Sometimes even cause freezes and bootloops (the tale of HyperX Fury RGB SSD). Well, I'm not against RGB as thing. However currently they are turned into stupid trend where gaming hardware = RGB. It gone so far that now it is much harder to purchase DDR4 3600+ MHz RAM modules without RGB nonsense than ones with RGB for 30% extra price and then figure out how to turn your little rave party inside PC case off by default.
I don't have anything against RGB personally... I just don't see the infatuation with it and choose to bypass the skittles look and go with something a little more old fashioned. I spent a whopping $22 on 2 white LED strips just so my case wouldn't be dark. :LOL::LOL:

They are warm... but I'm confident the minimal power draw and temps aren't affecting my PC all that much. ;)

P.S.

I did find a motherboard and ram without RGB... and it wasn't that hard.
 

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Oh that’s good to hear. Yeah I was gonna add on to what I said before that it is a 450w gpu so there’s a lot of hot air. And also I’ve heard the 5800x runs hotter than other chips
Although your CPU temps are fine, if you wanted to get them a bit lower you could always adjust your AIO fan present using the Corsair ICUE software. I'm pretty sure that by default the pump and fan speeds are set to the 'balanced' mode, but cranking them up a bit should result in lower temps.
 

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