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Is My SYstem Running Too Hot?

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Hi all.. I'm new here...

I just got a gaming computer last week. I was just checking out my PCs temps today. I do have a liquid cooled system. However, I'm wondering if my system is running a bit hot. I notice warmer than usual air coming out the back of my system.

My specs are as follows:

Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3 board
Memory: 8GB DDR3/1866 MHz
Graphics: AMD HD 7850 2 GB card
PowerSupply: 600W corsair
Fan: Astek 510LC LIquid Cooling 120MM Fan.

Temps_zps456129ae.jpg

So What do you think? Is it running too hot? What is normal and what isn't? Thanks all:)
ETA: I took these temps right after I was done playing SimCity for like an hour or so... So they were taken about 30 seconds after I left the game.
Edited by lisax4156 - 6/16/13 at 5:56pm
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that looks better than normal to me
edit: this is me idling ( watching netflix ) with my cpu at 4.6 GHZ with a corsair H80 with my fans on low

Edited by jktmas - 6/16/13 at 6:00pm
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check the temps under load or while gaming and get back to us. but i suspect your fine if you arent getting freezes and such after a few hrs of gaming.
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