CPU GPU Temps

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Hi

Just wondering if anyone is running similar set up to me and what temps they get while gaming etc etc.

X570 Strix-e
5800x stock voltage with a 200mhx boost
gtx1080ti evga at stock
2x360 ekwb PE rads 1 bottom intake, 1 side intake, 2 fans top out take, 1 back out take
dynamic xl case
heatkiller wb

any input most welcome

tia
 
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Not exactly the same, but running a 5950x (4.5ghz all core 1.25v) with 1080ti (2075/6000) cooling is 2x 420mm rads, velocity CPU block, & EK GPS block/backplate

Gaming temps, CPU 55-60c, GPU low 40s, water 30-34c

This is with fans running between 600-800rpm, if I ramp them up to 1200rpm then water temps drop a few degrees.
Case is a Bequiet dark pro 900, so airflow isn't the greatest, with a better airflow case I'd say temps would be a little lower.
 
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thats interesting, they are similar to mine except I see you have less voltage on cpu than me but temps are about the same. Also my gpu is higher at around 50c during gaming. Can I ask how you have the flow, mine is res/pump/ rad/gpu/cpu/rad/res.

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Loop order doesn't have a big influence on temps from what I've read & seen.

Loop order though is Res/pump/GPU/Rad/CPU/Rad/Res

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another question which temp should i go by when saying my cpu temp, tctl/tdie, cpu die avg, or cpu ccd tdie or just cpu, reason for asking is i have all these temps showing in hwinfo and none are the same :). thanks

 
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Loop order doesn't have a big influence on temps from what I've read & seen.

Loop order though is Res/pump/GPU/Rad/CPU/Rad/Res

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Correct. At least for a 3 rad (360 XT45) CPU GPU rig. Under load, 3900x and RTX2080, the measured temperature difference of the coolant entering and exiting the GPU block was less than 1C. Same for the Monoblock. Unless the flowrate is really low, won't matter. And depending on rad area, at idle, the top/exhaust rad will actually warm the coolant rather than cool it, as my delta is about 3-4C, but the internal temperature is higher than that. 3900x, room temperature of 25C, coolant at 28C, idling GPU 29-30C, CPU mid 30's. Under load (Aida and similar) GPU 40 to mid 40's and CPU max out at 68-70C. Fans at 800rpm, pump 50%. Unable to notice any gain running the pump faster.
All intake rad, the NVME and the backplate of the vertically mounted GPU suffered.
 
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