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  1. Hi, I own an i9-9900K and I bought a 360mm radiator with a custom loop ONLY FOR THE CPU (EK Fluid gaming A360G) to cool it.But I have really high temps at stock clocks: When runing Aida 64 engineer FPU stress for 10 minutes, it throttles in a 8-14%range. With tems really high. CPU at: 83º, CPU core 1: 90ª, CPU c2: 75ª, core 3: 98ª cpu cre 4: 100ª e.t.c I think these tems are really high for a custom 360mm loop. What do you think? What could be causing the issue??? IMAGE OF MY LOOP: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cNs76kNV0j9YuIJhHNNSVgu-tbtrE_KX/view The "hot" air comming out from the radiator is not hot, and the liquid temp. comparison between the inlet "cool fluid" and the outlet "hot fluid" is of only 1,2º. Details:-idle tems are of 23º (CPU general) and between 30-32º in core 1,2 e.t.c.-Temps (After benchmark) drop dramatically back down to idle temps .-The pump is moving coolant. Punp PWM is being used and the pump (when tems are above 60º) is at full speed.-The thermal compound is the one provided by EK.-CPU temp jumps (when running Aida64 stressing cpu, FPU and cache) very quickly to high temps in about 1-2 seconds.-The total package power under load (when running Aida64 stressing cpu, FPU and cache) is of 188W aprox.-Case: Cooler master mastercase H500M-THE LOOP IS ONLY COOLING THE CPU I do need help with this. Thanks, Pablo.
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