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Have a water temp sensor connected to aquaero 6 pro. system reaches 92 F Playing Arma 2 single player mode. Seems to hover right around 92. I'm concerned, isn't that to hot?
Have most graphics on high have not done any overclocking.

Cpu:5960X
MB asrock x99 extreme 4
2 980tis full cover waterblocks
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3 exhaust 2 pulling air in

I'd like for a system to not go over 80 with heavy gaming.
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First almost all the information you'll find will be in Celsius so you may want to watch your temps in that way rather than Fahrenheit. 92F is around 33C which is perfectly normal for a water cooling loop. A decently efficient loop will keep your water temp somewhere in the 5-10C range over your air temperature in your room. If the air in your room is say 25C (77F) then a water temp of 35C (95F) would be totally normal. My water cooled server runs with no radiator fans at all until the coolant reaches 40C and then they run just long enough to get it down below 35C. Keeping your water cooler would be possible if you really wanted but it gets harder and harder to shave degrees off the closer to ambient temp you get. You have very reasonable water temps now.
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have not done any overclocking.

Cpu:5960X
MB asrock x99 extreme 4
2 980tis full cover waterblocks

^What is this blasphemy? That would be a shame not to overclock parts like that biggrin.gif OC headroom is a big part of the point of water cooling in the first place.
 
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Your water temps are normall wink.gif
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First almost all the information you'll find will be in Celsius so you may want to watch your temps in that way rather than Fahrenheit. 92F is around 33C which is perfectly normal for a water cooling loop. A decently efficient loop will keep your water temp somewhere in the 5-10C range over your air temperature in your room. If the air in your room is say 25C (77F) then a water temp of 35C (95F) would be totally normal. My water cooled server runs with no radiator fans at all until the coolant reaches 40C and then they run just long enough to get it down below 35C. Keeping your water cooler would be possible if you really wanted but it gets harder and harder to shave degrees off the closer to ambient temp you get. You have very reasonable water temps now.
^What is this blasphemy? That would be a shame not to overclock parts like that biggrin.gif OC headroom is a big part of the point of water cooling in the first place.

biggrin.gif I know, don't think I have enough intakes to get air moving because can put my hand on the backplates and they are hot. Also temp just hit 39c May redo the whole setup because I'm not oc if it's doing this.
Edited by silentLightning - 8/21/16 at 3:43am
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Maybe I'm to paranoid about these temp. you guys say it's fine so I'll watch it but do not like for something to feel hot in a pc.

Could understand it with oc but not with just normal setting. So guess I need a monster case and a ton of fans and rads hehe
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Fuzzywinks you said they won't run till 40c?!! You must have got some good cooling power.
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39C is not hot at all, for water temperature or components. The upper safe limit (the maximum temperature you could run everything 24/7 at) is 80-85C for your CPU and GPU (176-185F), over 90C for any VRMs, 50C for HDDs and 60 for SSDs.

With your cooling, unless things are mounted poorly you will not get near these temperatures. Normal temperatures for GPUs under load and water cooled is between 40 and 60, depending on the amount of radiators and graphics card used. You should be looking at ~50C for your GPUs, not sure about your CPU.

Do not worry about 39C. Please. redface.gif
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Quote:
name="d0mini" url="/t/1609347/water-temperature#post_25455797"]39C is not hot at all, for water temperature or components. The upper safe limit (the maximum temperature you could run everything 24/7 at) is 80-85C for your CPU and GPU (176-185F), over 90C for any VRMs, 50C for HDDs and 60 for SSDs.

With your cooling, unless things are mounted poorly you will not get near these temperatures. Normal temperatures for GPUs under load and water cooled is between 40 and 60, depending on the amount of radiators and graphics card used. You should be looking at ~50C for your GPUs, not sure about your CPU.

Do not worry about 39C. Please. redface.gif

Ok will save this thread as kind of a reference. It's good to know. Guess I can put my concern or worries away.
Temp just went down to 33c smile.gif
Edited by silentLightning - 8/21/16 at 5:47am
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No problem. Stick a [ next to that "quote" word at the beginning of your post to make it a proper quote again. smile.gif

It's a little counter-intuitive, but computer parts can get a lot hotter than temperatures people are generally used to with other everyday things.
Edited by d0mini - 8/21/16 at 6:00am
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