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3950X high temps with Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360

Question asked by joker11 on Apr 30, 2020
Latest reply on Apr 30, 2020 by mccharle

Hello,
I built a new PC and I think the CPU temps I get are high.

My parts:
CPU: 3950X
Cooler: Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360(mounted on top)
MB: Asus VIII Hero X570(latest bios)
Case: Phanteks P600S(two 140 fans in front as intake and one 140 fan in rear as exhaust)

When idle, everything auto on bios, DOCP on(3600 CL16), the temps are 35-55.
The voltage is 1.2-1.4 and the CPU speed is 4.20MHZ
https://imgur.com/4YgEmoT

When load with Prime95, the voltage goes down to 1.0V, temp is about 65 but the speed goes down to 3.5MHZ

https://imgur.com/15tvav7

When gaming, when the CPU is at 15%, the speed is 4200-4300MHZ and the temps can go up to 80 degrees.

I tired to create a profile on Ryzen Master, I set all the cores to 4.2, CPU voltage to 1.25 but the temps get over 95 and finally it crashes.

https://imgur.com/2d61XUl

I tried to reapply the cooling, the pump seems screwed all the way inside. I used Arctic Silver 5 as my thermal paste.

What do you guys think? Is the cooler damaged?

Any help would be much appreciated.

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