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13900K No Overclocking.. Reaching 92c during 15 minute stress test.. Normal or I have something wrong? 9 percent CPU throttling "overheating detected"

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Hello. Heres my specs/build

Case: Lian Li LI PC-O11 Dynamic EVO

Motherboard: ASUS ROG Maximus Z790 Extreme

CPU: Intel 13900K

CPU Cooler: EVGA CLCx 360mm All-In-One LCD CPU Liquid Cooler (swapped out EVGA fans for phanteks & set to exhaust position)

Thermal Paste: Removed EVGA's stock paste and used Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut.. using the spatula method

Case Fans: Phanteks T30-120 Fans (6 of them in intake position) . 4 for exhaust = 10 fans total

Graphics card: None yet (for now using intel's built in graphics)



Ram: G.SKILL Trident Z5 RGB Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin PC RAM DDR5 6800 (PC5 54400)


Its my first build so I believed to have installed everything correctly. I don't plan on overclocking. My bios is set to pretty much "Auto" on everything since I didnt change anything except switch the ram profile to XMP I instead of XMP II.

I did a stress test to make sure everything was running correctly but after 15 minutes of running AIDA. I saw CPU temps were reaching 90 to 92* Celsius. I read that most people are saying anything over 90* is pretty bad. 

I set my both my fan / pump speed to 90 percent using EVGA's software. 2100 RPM On fans & 2200RPM on CPU Pump

If this is not normal being that it should be a decent cooler. Could someone tell me what could be wrong?

Screenshot below of CPU temps on EVGA's software screen
Aida64's results: Showing 9 percent CPU throttling with a message of "overheating detected"
Screenshot below
CPU temp reaching 90c on EVGA's LCD screen
Screenshot: http://imgur.com/VzPRLpd
Coolant temp looks fine at 29c On EVGA's LCD Screen
Screenshot: http://imgur.com/QgUN1Gw

Screenshot of bios information (running the latest Asus rog Maximus z790 extreme bios)
Screenshots of voltage information on Bios
Screenshots of CPU Frequency & XMP I profile I switched to for RAM via BIOS. They have a XMP II option but decided to just use XMP I

Screenshot of i9-13900K CPU reaching 4.89 ghz when running Aida stress test with AIDA statistics
Screenshot Of CPU in an idle state at 4.42ghz with AIDA statistics

My room temperature is around 70 to 72 degrees as well
I never got a BSOD


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