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Just got my XSPC 240 Kit in and temp are odd

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Hey guys First post here.
I just got my XSPC 240 kit in and im running an i7 950 on the stock settings on a MSI big bang xpower board.

The CPU temps are ok around 40 idle but the temperature inside my case is WAYYY high it feels hot to me Im not using a sensor.

I have the radiator mounted at the top of my case 2 120's pushing into my case.

And I have 3 exhaust fans.

How can I bring my temps in my case down. And where is all this heat coming from?

Is there a waterblock for this motherboard?
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post #2 of 5
Well you do say you have the rad fans pushing into your case.
What kind of video card do you have does it dump the air into the case too?

There might be too much air turbulence for the exhaust fans to work properly.
post #3 of 5
Yeah we need more info than you are supplying. Either fill out your rig in your sig or tell us your components. If you have internal exhaust video cards that will greatly increase the temps in your case.
post #4 of 5
Pictures pictures pictures will help as well. Also get some actual temps from your motherboard, just a "feeling" means nothing.

What is your ambient?
post #5 of 5
instead of doing a push on top why don't you do push on the bottom... put the fans as intake under the rad inside the case.(pushing out the case) This should help your case temps.. what case are you using by the way...

What are your entire specs? maybe fill out your system list
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