Question Is it worth it to move from a Corsair Spec Delta case to a Phanteks P300A for better cooling ?

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Might help if the was at least the stock cooler. The Wraith Stealth isn't that bad, but what Op has isn't a Stealth. It's not even AMD stock. Not sure what it is or where it came from, but from the design, it's probably worse than stock but came with promises of being 'better than stock
Oh i realise rn look at that
View: https://imgur.com/a/IipuQ68


You pulled the cpu off. You have to clean off the old paste and apply new. Doesn't matter what paste, as long as it was designed for cpu cooler use.
Actually i didn't cpu cooler unscrews. I just keep with it when i remove the motherboard. As i said i have the cheapest thermal paste but i can try it to test cpu temps.
 
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However, the overall concept is that quality and arrangement of the cooling fans is what matters. Not how many fans, how fast they spin, and how much air they may move around, etc..

Could cool perfectly well with a bit of re-arranging /re-directing a couple of the fan. So you would not be wasting money.

For now, work with what you have to first determine the root reason for the overheating and then try solutions accordingly,
I don't know actually some people said to me corsair fans will be okay for p300a.
 
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Oh i realise rn look at that
View: https://imgur.com/a/IipuQ68



Actually i didn't cpu cooler unscrews. I just keep with it when i remove the motherboard. As i said i have the cheapest thermal paste but i can try it to test cpu temps.

I tried repasting (no-name paste) and test firestrike again.
With Undervolt GPU, both side are closed in the spec delta.
Max CPU temp is 88 again
Max GPU temp is 74. (It looks fine with undervolt.)
 

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