Question 50C Temperature on my build. Is it too high?

darkknightrasil

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So a screenshot of my pc temperature check. Is it too high?
For my CPU I use darkrock pro4 air cooling unit


SPECS:
Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus XII Hero Z490 (WiFi 6) LGA 1200 (Intel 10th Gen) ATX Gaming Motherboard, 14+2 Power Stages, DDR4 4800+, 5Gbps LAN, Intel LAN
CPU Cooler: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4, BK022, 250W TDP, CPU Cooler
CPU: Intel Core i9-10900K Desktop Processor 10 Cores up to 5.3 GHz Unlocked LGA1200 (Intel 400 Series Chipset) 125W
PSU: Corsair RMX Series (2021), RM1000x, 1000 Watt, Gold, Fully Modular Power Supply
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200 (PC4-25600) C16 Desktop Memory - Black
GPU: 3080 ROG Strix
Case Fans: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo 3in1 Duo-Ring ARGB 3-Pin LightingFan, 24 Independently LEDs, 120mm Fan, PWM Static Pressure Fan, Absorbing Pads for Computer Case & Liquid Radiator
Case Fans #2: 2 LED fans in front of the tower as well
Case: Thermaltake View 71 TG (Tempered Glass) RGB Plus PC-Case - Black
Hard Drives: (4 HD drives), 1 SSD, 1 SSD m.2 NVMe
 

Phaaze88

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Too high..? That SS doesn't tell us anything.
It could be one of many tasks from Windows, or the browser(if it's running in the background), or even Armoury Crate itself(or Aura Suite, which is built into AC).
Which core(s) is handling these tasks, while the others are sitting around doing nothing.
 
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Agree with Phaaze88, download Coretemp, open and run it to see where your temps are at stock idle and then run Cinebench R23 multicore test to see where your maximum temperature hits. Then we can tell...

PS and I hate Armory Crate which I had a hard time scrapping of my PC,....Just use 'Hardware Info' and manually overclock.
 
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tennis2

Judicious
  • 50C is not too high. Really anything under 75C is nothing to worry about.
  • I doubt your machine is under any significant load in that SS. A 10900K on a DR Pro4 should be hotter than 50C under a decent/consistent load.
 

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