Question Im afraid my 360mm AIO has gone haywire

Hucka2

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Basically for the past 2 hours I've been getting way higher temps than usual. Like normally my CPU temp sits between 60 and 75C in games (4K max settings 144FPS) but for the past 2hours I've been getting 70-80C all the time

I checked and the fans are spinning. I checked and when I put my hands against the fans, I can feel airflow. I must admit I've been running OpenRGB for the past 3 days or so and the RGB on my 3 AIO fans are always on even tho the PC was shut down (no ERP enabled in the BIOS)

How do I make sure this is normal and it's not the AIO fans or the other fans that have gone haywire? I also haven't changed anything in the BIOS or in the fan curve
 

Lutfij

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If you're on Windows OS environment, check and see what Task Manager shows as being resource hungry for your platform. You could also try uninstalling or exiting app's that are in your startup/system tray and see if the temps drop. Background activity can cause a spike in temps.
 
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Hucka2

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If you're on Windows OS environment, check and see what Task Manager shows as being resource hungry for your platform. You could also try uninstalling or exiting app's that are in your startup/system tray and see if the temps drop. Background activity can cause a spike in temps.
I had already checked by the time you posted this and no, nothing.