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Hey, I built a PC a little while ago now, specs listed below. When I run cinebench I can see my CPU temps rise very high. (95c on package, 90c+ on mulitple cores) in HWMonitor. My idle temps aren't too bad, usually around 35-40c. I've got a h150i pro and have done zero overclocking. I feel like these temps are just way too high and I'm worried that there might be something wrong. What kind of tests can I do to check things here?

Specs:

i9 9900k
Corsair h150i pro
ROG STRIX Z390-E motherboard
Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR4
Asus ROG Strix 2080ti
EVGA Supernova 80 Plus Gold 850W


Bit more info, I have a Lian Li PC O11. I have 6 intake fans, 3 bottom, 3 side and then the h150i mounted at the top as exhaust.


Edit: Here's a screenshot from HWMonitor while cinebench is running:

https://i.imgur.com/pyyEwaY.png
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I would first make sure as the cpu temps go up the fan speed also go up with it. Also are any of your fans pulling air out of the system? Would also check to make sure the cooler is seated all the way down and redo the thermal paste.
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C4 wroteI would first make sure as the cpu temps go up the fan speed also go up with it. Also are any of your fans pulling air out of the system? Would also check to make sure the cooler is seated all the way down and redo the thermal paste.


At the moment I'm on some of the defaults in icue, would you recommend trying to do custom fan curves? The top 3 fans are pulling air out, they are the ones on the h150i. I could double check the seating, I'm using the paste that came on the cooler at the moment so I could reapply. I'll need to buy some though first.
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Volts seem way too high for stock. Go into your BIOS, change your Vcore from Auto and bring it down bit by bit till it's 100% stable. It'll take some time but your temps should lower a lot.

I prefer to use HWInfo just because it has more info. Might be worth opening that and letting us take a look at some other temps. But defo look at your Vcore. Seems far too high IMO.
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