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Hello. My cpu idle temps are around 30 degrees, but when running the stress test (all turned on) my CPU overheats and throttles...


My system specs are:
i9 10900KF (I didn't overclock it)

Noctua D15

RTX 2070

32GB G.Skill 3600Mhz RAM

1000w Platinum PSU

Gigabyte Z490I AORUS ULTRA Mini ITX

Is this normal? I literally rebuilt the PC 5 times by now, reapplied thermal paste to a different one, made sure all cables are properly attached, etc.
With prime95 and OCCT I get lower temps and doesn't throttle, but with AIDA with all turned on it does. And with only FPU if throttles even faster.

 

I don't get a BSOF or ant error message. I didn't tried leaving the test run for longer after seeing the "overheating"/throttling message because of being scared of damaging the cpu.

Please help! I'm scared :(

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On 11/5/2020 at 12:43 PM, AVGVZT0 said:

Hello. My cpu idle temps are around 30 degrees, but when running the stress test (all turned on) my CPU overheats and throttles...


My system specs are:
i9 10900KF (I didn't overclock it)

Noctua D15

RTX 2070

32GB G.Skill 3600Mhz RAM

1000w Platinum PSU

Gigabyte Z490I AORUS ULTRA Mini ITX

Is this normal? I literally rebuilt the PC 5 times by now, reapplied thermal paste to a different one, made sure all cables are properly attached, etc.
With prime95 and OCCT I get lower temps and doesn't throttle, but with AIDA with all turned on it does. And with only FPU if throttles even faster.

I don't get a BSOF or ant error message. I didn't tried leaving the test run for longer after seeing the "overheating"/throttling message because of being scared of damaging the cpu.

Please help! I'm scared :(

It's actually normal.  Our i9-10900K (stock settings) exhibits throttling even with a big-*ss cooler that's rated for 250W TDP.  So you have nothing to worry about.

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