[SOLVED] i9- 10920x reach 100c in Coretemp with new H100

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No, but

No, but again, it's highly likely that you have air in the pump. You need to rotate the case to get the air out of the pump and eliminate this possibility from the list of troubleshooting variables.
LED readout on Mobo reads 10c less than HWINFO.
 
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HWiNFO is frequently updated and is trusted by professionals to be accurate. When starting the program, run "Sensors Only" to see just the monitoring information, which is very complete and detailed.
I've moved it around, tapped the pump, jiggled the hoses. im sure there is no air at the pump, as I'm not hearing any whine.

Still reading nearing into the 90s on idle/watching youtube.

one line on cooler is warm the other cool.

I can get paste in about a week, but these cut to fit pads are all I got right now. which I am replacing after each mount and dismount of the cooler.

I used the same pads (i bought new ones for this pc) on an older i9 -9000series built and my friend who uses it still hasn't needed to replace it.
 

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-checked thermal paste, and replaced with pad
There's the problem

One of them at least, the other could be the block plate not making contact with the IHS of the chip at all, if the issues from the 1st and 2nd gen of those Corsair coolers still exist then it's possible the backplate is somewhat loose, this means the whole thing becomes loose.
Replace the pad with paste, use MX-4 or better, I mean don't use the regular white goo you'd use on a Pentium or transistors. Pads are meant for low power chips, the one on your router, an onboard computer on a microwave, your digital alarm clock, not a high end 12-core CPU.
 
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There's the problem

One of them at least, the other could be the block plate not making contact with the IHS of the chip at all, if the issues from the 1st and 2nd gen of those Corsair coolers still exist then it's possible the backplate is somewhat loose, this means the whole thing becomes loose.
Replace the pad with paste, use MX-4 or better, I mean don't use the regular white goo you'd use on a Pentium or transistors. Pads are meant for low power chips, the one on your router, an onboard computer on a microwave, your digital alarm clock, not a high end 12-core CPU.

SOLUTION: So, the manufacturer I got the pads from doubled up on the protective plastic and I only removed one layer, like my last ones were.

Temps are now fine.

Thank you all for your help.
 
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