[SOLVED] CPU cooling question

BarisTheBlade

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here's my build:

my case is a SilentiumPC RG1 TG
My cpu cooler is SilentiumPC Grandis v2

2 pics for reference:

I have 2x1000 rpm fans and 1x1500 rpm 120mm fan at the front and a 1000 rpm fan at the back.

Okay so when my CPU is under heavy stress like playing MHW it heats up to 80 celsius. but it cools back fast to 75-65 at the next moment. Is that usual for my cpu or i should be worried and think about solutions like water cooling or a faster fan for outtake? I'm not sure i want to spend money on the case honestly. but if i must i will dont wanna ruin my decent setup with inappropiate cooling system.
 
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To be honest this case can be limiting factor. Maybe consider changing it to Signum SG1 TG? This case have really good airflow because of the mesh front panel
 
here's my build:

my case is a SilentiumPC RG1 TG
My cpu cooler is SilentiumPC Grandis v2

2 pics for reference:

I have 2x1000 rpm fans and 1x1500 rpm 120mm fan at the front and a 1000 rpm fan at the back.

Okay so when my CPU is under heavy stress like playing MHW it heats up to 80 celsius. but it cools back fast to 75-65 at the next moment. Is that usual for my cpu or i should be worried and think about solutions like water cooling or a faster fan for outtake? I'm not sure i want to spend money on the case honestly. but if i must i will dont wanna ruin my decent setup with inappropiate cooling system.
Which value are you looking at ? CPU (Tdie) is right one. Also check the max voltages at full load, some BIOS versions push them as high as 1.5v and more which is great for stability but bad for temps.
 

BarisTheBlade

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Yeah im checking the Tdie and ill check the voltage later also i checked and this cpu's max temp is 85 celsius so its not really going higher than it should.
 
Jul 3, 2019
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To be honest this case can be limiting factor. Maybe consider changing it to Signum SG1 TG? This case have really good airflow because of the mesh front panel
 

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