[SOLVED] pc is hot

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Hey my pc is getting super hot while gaming my pc specs are

Seasonic S12II Series 620.
ASRock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX580 8G OC
intel core i5 7400
8gigs ram (dont know the brand)
1ssd 250gb
1hdd 500gb
msi h110m pro-vh plus

i hope some of you can help
 

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My case stand on a desk next to a wall it can and I've clean the rig 2weeks ago. But in the front corner of the case the hot air can not escape
Again I just want to reiterate, there's nothing wrong with current temps from what we can see. Gpu is high maybe but not concerning if that's under heavy load.

Don't have to go changing everything until you have an issue. Up to you. But if you are starting to push CPU temps over 85 degrees, or GPU temps above 85, then I'd do something IMO.
 
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Welcome to the forums my friend!

Define "hot"?
What CPU / GPU temperatures are you reaching? (individual CPU cores would be useful)
i have played one game of battlefield 1
my gpu hit 75 degrees
and my cpu has
cor #0 max 68c
core #1 has max 69degrees
core #2 has max 65 degrees
core #3 has 66 degrees
when i put my hand in the pc case it feels hot inside
my psu feels also hot mabay it is the airflow or something
 
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cor #0 max 68c
core #1 has max 69degrees
core #2 has max 65 degrees
core #3 has 66 degrees
Well those temperatures are well within safe ranges.

Computers will naturally feel hot inside as you have several components that can all operate sometimes up to 90 degrees. As long as your CPU temperatures stay below 85 degrees, you're fine (80 degrees ideally).

What is your PSU make and model?
 

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To summarize what others have already said: For a computer, that ain't hot or anything near to it.

Case warmth to the human touch should be expected on virtually any system that's only air cooled after it's been under use, and particularly under heavily loaded use, for a period of time.
 
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yeah 620's enough
what's your case? can it breath?
i don't have an intake, only two exhaust but my case has side vent and front filter (it breathes like a sleeping baby).
might be a stupid question but, is the rig clean?

*as for the additional 'fan connection issue' get an adaptor
 
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yeah 620's enough
what's your case? can it breath?
i don't have an intake, only two exhaust but my case has side vent and front filter (it breathes like a sleeping baby).
might be a stupid question but, is the rig clean?

*as for the additional 'fan connection issue' get an adaptor
My case stand on a desk next to a wall it can and I've clean the rig 2weeks ago. But in the front corner of the case the hot air can not escape
 

PC Tailor

Dignified
Herald
My case stand on a desk next to a wall it can and I've clean the rig 2weeks ago. But in the front corner of the case the hot air can not escape
Again I just want to reiterate, there's nothing wrong with current temps from what we can see. Gpu is high maybe but not concerning if that's under heavy load.

Don't have to go changing everything until you have an issue. Up to you. But if you are starting to push CPU temps over 85 degrees, or GPU temps above 85, then I'd do something IMO.
 
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