Do these temps seem right????

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I'm running my new system RTX 3080 fe with xg7 waterblock 5900x with xc7 waterblock 1 LS360 rad and 1 LX360 rad with ek vardar XC3M 120mm fans @ 1100rpm D5 pump full speed

Whilst playing horizon zero dawn I'm hitting 40 to 50 degrees water temp, rtx 3080 @ 2130 sits at 55 degrees and 5900x with PBO hovers between 60 and 70 degrees

Idle temps 5900x sits at 37 degrees and 3080 sits at 30 degrees

These temps seen hot to me or am I just being paranoid
 
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As a guide my average gaming temps are as follows

CPU - 60c
GPU - 40c
Water 32c

This is with 2x 420mm radiators, & 6x 140mm varder fans running at 600rpm
Pump is running at 70%

Idle temps
CPU 35-40c
GPU 22-25c
 
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This is my rig, my temp sensor is in the rear port on the singularity protium, I'm thinking my water temperature might be high due to the location of the sensor as it isn't in the direct flow of the water, I have also just realised my front rad blows air directly into the area the water temp sensor sits
 
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I have also just noticed that Aida64 is reporting my gpu temp as being 2/3 degrees hotter than afterburner
 
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I'm running my new system RTX 3080 fe with xg7 waterblock 5900x with xc7 waterblock 1 LS360 rad and 1 LX360 rad with ek vardar XC3M 120mm fans @ 1100rpm D5 pump full speed

Whilst playing horizon zero dawn I'm hitting 40 to 50 degrees water temp, rtx 3080 @ 2130 sits at 55 degrees and 5900x with PBO hovers between 60 and 70 degrees

Idle temps 5900x sits at 37 degrees and 3080 sits at 30 degrees

These temps seen hot to me or am I just being paranoid
Why are you worrying? Those temps are excellent for that monster of a CPU. They run far hotter than previous generations from the 5800X upwards. Don't expect to compete with Intel temps on the 5000 series. They are made to run very hot.
 
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