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I have a custom AIO ANTEC K240 mounted in front of the panel paired with Ryzen 3600 on msi b450 pro m2 mobo with 2400mhz ram my CPU temps are 80+ on stress test can anyone help me.
Cooler Master thermal paste normal one.
Temps are normal in bios its 35 and below
 
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Thats strange.

I have the same CPU with a Gammaxx GTE air (tower style) cooler, inside a Cougar Turret with 2 front fans and 1 in the back of the case. After runing 40 mins of Prime95 (2nd test - Small fft without disable AVX) I get a temp of around 77.5~79°C (after 30 mins of runing the temp barely moves up, so Im guessing 40 mins is a good indication).

And man, the front of my case sucks for airflow, it doesn't let enough air to go in, if I take it off the plastic front panel my temps go down 5°C. (But it does looks nice :) )

I wonder if your pump is working?, or maybe the heatsink screws aren't tighten hard enough, so it leaves a small gap betweent it face and the cpu?
 
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Thats strange.

I have the same CPU with a Gammaxx GTE air (tower style) cooler, inside a Cougar Turret with 2 front fans and 1 in the back of the case. After runing 40 mins of Prime95 (2nd test - Small fft without disable AVX) I get a temp of around 77.5~79°C (after 30 mins of runing the temp barely moves up, so Im guessing 40 mins is a good indication).

And man, the front of my case sucks for airflow, it doesn't let enough air to go in, if I take it off the plastic front panel my temps go down 5°C. (But it does looks nice :) )

I wonder if your pump is working?, or maybe the heatsink screws aren't tighten hard enough, so it leaves a small gap betweent it face and the cpu?
How to check whether pump is working or not.

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If you put your fingers on both tubings and the pump you should feel a vibration.

Also the pump have to do a humming noise (but that doesn't necesarily means the aio is working properly).

If your idle temps "36°C" (for example while on BIOS) is around +10°C more than your room temps, then I would check and try to speed up the two aio fans, maybe they are set to low noise (and thus low rpms). I imagine that they should sensor the CPU temp and adjust its speed accordingly.
 
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If you put your fingers on both tubings and the pump you should feel a vibration.

Also the pump have to do a humming noise (but that doesn't necesarily means the aio is working properly).

If your idle temps "36°C" (for example while on BIOS) is around +10°C more than your room temps, then I would check and try to speed up the two aio fans, maybe they are set to low noise (and thus low rpms). I imagine that they should sensor the CPU temp and adjust its speed accordingly.
No that's not the case definitely but i tried opening up front case and it dropped by 4 degree hence it's just airflow problem and with ryzen master stress test it never cross 67degree thus i believe i am worrying over nothing.

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