[SOLVED] New amd build problem

Sk8ter

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Hi all !
So here's the deal we bought a brand new pc for our 3d and motion graphics design studio and things didn't turn out as excpected , it's a total mess , ae projects even the smallest keeps crashing so is c4d renderings with long rendering times ,fans are spinning like crazy with loud noises .
Pc specs :
Cpu : ryzen 9 3950x (cooled with Asus ROG RYUO 240 RGB AIO)
Mobo: asus tuf gaming plus x570
Ram : 32gb @3000mhz (xmp off)
Gpu : nvidia rtx 2080
Psu : gamemax 850watt gold rated
Storage : 960gb emtec ssd+ 2tb seagate 7200 rpm
Bios updated to the latest version
With a newly installed windows
I did lately some temps testing with hwmonitor while rendering some c4d scene this is the outcome https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-fRXElKcVBs6dNwENc0Yj8MG7-RUFmqL/view?usp=drivesdk
Is there something wrong with this build ?
Any help is appreciated .
 
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MadsModsat

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Looking through your specs, the Gamemax PSU stands out. I can hardly find any proffesional reviews of the unit, and google lists a few threads from this forum, where people strongly advise against that particular brand.

You have a system that needs a good amount of power, and some of the symptoms you describe, can sometimes be caused by poor power delivery.

I'm aware the PSU is listed as a 850 Watt unit, but sometimes specs on certain PSUs are not completely accurate

It is not neccessarily the problem, but it might be worth looking into
 
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MadsModsat

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Looking through your specs, the Gamemax PSU stands out. I can hardly find any proffesional reviews of the unit, and google lists a few threads from this forum, where people strongly advise against that particular brand.

You have a system that needs a good amount of power, and some of the symptoms you describe, can sometimes be caused by poor power delivery.

I'm aware the PSU is listed as a 850 Watt unit, but sometimes specs on certain PSUs are not completely accurate

It is not neccessarily the problem, but it might be worth looking into
 
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Sk8ter

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Looking through your specs, the Gamemax PSU stands out. I can hardly find any proffesional reviews of the unit, and google lists a few threads from this forum, where people strongly advise against that particular brand.

You have a system that needs a good amount of power, and some of the symptoms you describe, can sometimes be caused by poor power delivery.

I'm aware the PSU is listed as a 850 Watt unit, but sometimes specs on certain PSUs are not completely accurate

It is not neccessarily the problem, but it might be worth looking into
I did some further researh and yes you're right that psu is pure junk guess who ever built this machine knew nothing about pcs .
I just found out that amd is recommending a specific range of aio's for cooling the 3950x with the minimum of 280mm which is not the case with my actual pc, this feels like a total rip-off to me , look at this that psu efficiency is rated 90+ gold and it's on the official website what a joke !!! 😠 , any way thanks for the help .
 

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