6700k overheating after GPU and PSU Change

Sep 25, 2018
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Hello,

Recently I had a problem with my CPU overheating, which I addressed in this thread (link). As I thought that changing PSU will solve my problem I decided to mark thread as solved. However I did buy new PSU (Seasonic Focus Gold 850W) and replace the old one, but it didnt help. My computer isn't shutting down during overload anymore, but it still keep very high temperatures. It's going over 90 degrees in games and 40-60 on idle.

Here is my setup:
CPU: i7 6700k (it's not even overclocked anymore)
GPU: RTX 2080
MOBO: Asus Maximus VIII HERO
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 2x8 GB DDR4
Case: Phanteks Enthoo Evolv (with 3 originally mounted 140 mm fans)
Drives: 2x HDD and 1 Sata SSD
PSU: Seasonic Focus Gold 850W

My water pump is working (I can hear it working and one of the pipes is hot and the other one is cold). I've changed my Water Pump to PWM mode in bios (but I've tried DC also). Every fan in my case is spinning correctly. I've run already out of ideas what can be wrong.

Here is a screenshot of my Asus mobo software while on idle:


Thanks in advance guys.

@Edit: All of my fans are connected into case fan-hub. Hub is connected directly to mobo using PWM connector and my water pump is connected directly to mobo using 4 pins dedicated water pump connector.
 
Sep 25, 2018
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Nope. I don't have stock cooler (wasn't included in cpu box) and I also don't have any other cooler to check it out right now :(
 

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