I use this PC mostly for streaming and light game play.
Did you pull those drives out of an old machine?
Naw, those are Noctua fans.
I am not talking about the fans.
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Yea lol the 1TB is a HDD from 7 or 8 years ago and 320 GB is from an old busted laptop from the same time period.
Your setup doesnt need any fans...The stock 200mm fan is good enough alone.. You just added noise.
Fans where installed to keep my entire system under 60C. And there is no noise problem for me, stock fans where running at max to keep it under 60C and they where loud. It might look like i over did it but I got it to run the way I wanted.
How do you figure the stock fan was loud?? The stock 200mm intake runs at full speed by default and it's definitely very quiet for how much air it pushes. Five 80mm fans maxing out at 60C definitely, with out a doubt, is going to sound like a spaceship taking off and landing every few seconds. Set your max temp to 70-75 and your ears will thank you. A 580+2600 just doesn't produce enough heat. I had an overclocked 7700k (very hot)+ overclocked GTX1080 with only 2x 80mm fans and an H7 cooler in this case, along with stock intake and I never had heat issues... I would return ALL the fans and buy a better CPU, or at least a cooler if you really are worried about the longevity of your CPU...which you shouldn't be..
Maybe something is wrong with my CPU (Ryzen 5 2400g) my CPU was going between 80C and 90C (stock on everything) and so was my GPU (msi rx 580 8gb) oc while gaming between 48 and 60 fps. After I added Noctua fans all under 19 dba it's dead silent at a fix 27C and only the GPU is loud while gaming. Temps while gaming with Far Cry New Dawn and Metro Exodus is between 52C and 61C. My system literally would shut down trying to run Metro and Fry Cry before I changed it. From my test it seemed like the heat from the GPU was making my CPU hotter but after adding enough fans at a low dba to room the heat I was able to keep the temps low and the noise too. The PC repair shop near me was telling me that my system shouldn't even be able to run these games on high settings and maybe that's why there was so much heat. But he said, even he can't believe it cause everything is running smoothly on my setup.
Sounds like you improperly installed the CPU cooler...If not, then something is definitely wrong with your CPU. No 2400G should be getting up to 90C....And how are your fans dead silent? They are either working by spinning and making sound, or they're not moving much air and you just had something improperly installed before..
On the right side (opposite to your graphics card) are those 80mm and 92mm or both 80mm fans?