[SOLVED] 5800x temps are normally this?

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Hi I have a
MSI MAG B550 TOMAHAWK //
Water cooler cpu msi mag coreliquid 240r
ryzen 7 5800x
rtx 3060ti
The pc was bough on jully and after some time i started to notice high temps.
Noticed that I don't use pbo ( so I'm stick to 3.6ghz ) because if i turn it on temps GO crazy right away when i turn pc.
My idle temps are 35-40º sometimes 40-45º

What i realize is that once i open idk, some opera browser on some streams and some tabs temps go 60º, But if i close it they still are there for loooong time.
While playing ( most warzone ) there is days that the CPU goes 75ºmax, and there others that goes 85-90º.
( notice again I'm not even using pbo ) ( and I'm using the curve / negative 30 ) with a bit low voltage than the default.
is it normal to get these temps even though I'm not using pbo?
i tried to use my CPU as 4,2ghz because that you have paid for, but the fans go right awayyyyy crazy.
I already changed thermal paste because i though it was because of it. my air cooler is at the front with 3 fans from the case, 1 in the back and 2 at the top.

besides CPU, everything is 30º 25º, i made a joke that my cpu is going super heat while my gpu is freezing [redacted] lol...
 
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Yes...modern CPU's seem to be designed to run hot during boosts. Also, use HWInfo64 for temperature monitoring.

Yes...modern CPU's seem to be designed to run hot during boosts. Also, use HWInfo64 for temperature monitoring.

 
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Lutfij

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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

Are you sure that the AIO is making proper contact with the IHS of the processor? Sometimes an improper mount can cause high temps. How did you connect the AIO to the motherboard? You could also parse a couple of images of how you've setup the innards of the system. Often times the wrong orientation can lead to bad temps. If the system's max temps are 75 Deg C when taxed, you're in the ok though what sort of ambient room air temps are you experiencing?
 
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Welcome to the forums, newcomer!

Are you sure that the AIO is making proper contact with the IHS of the processor? Sometimes an improper mount can cause high temps. How did you connect the AIO to the motherboard? You could also parse a couple of images of how you've setup the innards of the system. Often times the wrong orientation can lead to bad temps. If the system's max temps are 75 Deg C when taxed, you're in the ok though what sort of ambient room air temps are you experiencing?
Thanks for the quick reply.
Yes may be the case, I think it's a bit away from the cpu, but i've tryed couple times to get it closer and the screw wont go further wich makes me bealive that it should be okay ??
Once it's day time ill take some pictures may help a bit of it i guess.

About ambient room air temps , no idea but it's winter and my hands are cold so i guess it's fine ? xD
 
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But I remember that I touched the cooler cables that go into the radiator and they were warm(nothing crazy) , does it make that the aio is the way its suppose to?
 
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Yes...modern CPU's seem to be designed to run hot during boosts. Also, use HWInfo64 for temperature monitoring.

Sir, im not boosting quite the opposite.