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Old 07-26-2018, 04:43 PM   #1
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Hello, I recently built my first pc. Everything is running great till 2 days ago my gpu and cpu both sky rocketed from 30ish degrees to over 84. I got a few messages from CAM which is a software by NZXT and EVGA precision XOC. Both alerted me that cpu and gpu were overheating. I have never had this problem in a month. The only way I can keep temps under control is by have the aio on custom settings so it’s on 100% as well has the other fans in the pc with the gpu on 100%. It’s loud but not to the point where it’s like you can’t hear anything but it’s at the point of man this is annoying. Anytime I open up a game the fans automatically kick in to keep it under control and that’s never happened till about 2 days ago. Can anyone help me? I’m new to this btw so explain to me as you would to a kid.

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I7 8700k
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Asus strixs rog motherboard z370 e
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Are you OC'ing either? If so, disable the overclock.

Sounds like to me that your AIO pump is going out. I would pull the AIO and install your old CPU cooler, either the stock cooler or an aftermarket cooler if you have one. This is just to confirm that the overheating has stopped. If so, you know it's your AIO.
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Thank you so much for replying. I don’t think it’s over clocked. It shouldn’t be. Everything is the same as when I purchased it. Nothing came with the cpu. Should I purchase a normal fan cooler or another aio?

Will that also help solve the situation with the Gpu?
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If this were me; I would buy a inexpensive air cooler like the Hyper 212 Evo.

Then make sure all your cables are connected correctly and fully seated. Then blow out the case and hardware with some compressed air, to include all the fans.

You mentioned you're using the EVGA Precision OC software. Do you have it set to turn on when the PC comes on?

I have a EVGA GTX 1060 with said software set to auto. Here's what mine looks like...

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I see. I’ll order that and install it when it comes in. I put my computer to sleep since the last time we spoke and these are the numbers
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I literally just ran Fortnite for 5 min and the gpu and cpu are over 60 degrees
And now the fans kicked in. And it’s getting louder. It’s sonweird that it’s happening it never used to do this
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Make sure that you enable "automatic fan control". From fan window....it's not checked.
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I am just not a fan of third party software, have you tried uninstalling NZXT and EVGA software to see if any difference. What other Intel software do you have installed?If you haven't bought the Cooler Master 212 yet I have had so much trouble installing without pulling the board, the pin location is not well planned so I have begun using this one instead:
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Hello, I recently built my first pc. Everything is running great till 2 days ago my gpu and cpu both sky rocketed from 30ish degrees to over 84. I got a few messages from CAM which is a software by NZXT and EVGA precision XOC. Both alerted me that cpu and gpu were overheating. I have never had this problem in a month. The only way I can keep temps under control is by have the aio on custom settings so itís on 100% as well has the other fans in the pc with the gpu on 100%. Itís loud but not to the point where itís like you canít hear anything but itís at the point of man this is annoying. Anytime I open up a game the fans automatically kick in to keep it under control and thatís never happened till about 2 days ago. Can anyone help me? Iím new to this btw so explain to me as you would to a kid.

Specs are

I7 8700k
32gb ram gskillz trident z rgb
Asus strixs rog motherboard z370 e
1080 ti ftw3 evga gpu
NZXT AIO kraken 240mm
3 Corsair ll120 rgb fans
500gb 970 M.2
2tb sshd
Inwin 303 case
Off topic, I love this specs. Great!

My advise is to check your AIO cooler if it is literally pumping or working, if not, get another one. Also, on your GPU, yes, get your Precision X fan config to aggressive mode, so the fan will increase rpm on about 40-50C.

Again, I love that specs.
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