For about a month I have been the owner of a new computer unit. With time, I noticed the disturbing temperature of the CPU, while playing but also in idle. During the idle, the temperature remains between 45-55 degrees. And during an hour / two hour game, it even reaches a temperature of 75-80 degrees. What can cause the problem, is it the cooler fault or something else ?
as wee eddie says I don't think the temp is a problem but take a look at the notura cpu fans , I have one in my set up , I have 7 fans in total on the various components in my custom built pc , the pc is so quiet that if it did not have lights in it you would not know it was turned on. ... to see the full spec of my rig type " my game breaker rig " into a browser and click on the top entry ... its me.
Thanks for your replies. I checked fans configuration it is set up correctly, so air circulation works properly. As for cpu coolers I checked Noctua ones as recommended. I found two of them: 1. Noctua NH-D15S 2. Noctua NH-D15. But they probably will not fit into my case due large size (I have to make sure). There is NH-D14 as well, but slightly older then other two.
Power and temperature data suggest you don't have a problem. Resist the temptation to install more fans. Unless you're prepared to install complex control systems and do set ups involving smoke tests, you'll only be wasting money and chasing your own backside.
How is your 3 speed regulator controlled and what does it control?
Hello flat earther , the reason i mentioned the force restart button in the posting is because the last time i had to pull the plug on a pc the reg got corrupted and would not restart or repair itself so i was stuffed.