Originally Posted by Ultisym
Mid to high 50s are typical at "FULL LOAD". Mid to high 40s would be typical while gaming. This is what the temps have done on the last 3 pair of GPUs ive run anyway.
Did your temps go up after swapping your equipment into this case or have you been using the G-10 in this case all along? AIOs do degrade and do have a finite life span. How long has yours been online?
Well for example in the latest Fifa game (in the menus) at 99% load it hits 68c, and higher if my second monitor is online.
I haven't always had the G10, i started using it because my case was getting very warm when i built the computer, so i got new front case fans with a G10 & Corsair H55 for the GPU. This dropped my temps 20 degrees and ran quieter compared to the stock fans, 57c was what i was getting when my GPU was hitting 99% usage either in a game or doing a stress test and i was happy with that, at most it might have hit 60c after long periods of gaming.
I have the H55 rad mounted at the rear as an exhaust, it's probably been running for about a year in truth. I don't really want to take of any of the panels but i'm sure that my case doesn't help, the vents are tiny and are lined with mesh to keep it quiet (ironically because the airflow is so poor, i've had to ramp up the fans and increase noise anyway)
I think the chances are i'll be upgrading soon anyway, either to a 1080 or 1080ti (if they release it) with the AIO pre-built onto it.