I built my new small form factor rig a few weeks ago, all has been going swimmingly well - however I've noticed that the CPU temps are a little high for my liking (40c idle which is normal - but reaches as high as 84c when gaming). My rig consists off the Silverstone SG13B (solid front, non mesh), i5-8400, Cryorig C7, 1060 Mini & no front case fan. I've done cable management the best I can and I have a lot of free space towards the front of the case taking into account it's SFF configuration.
I originally went down the air route for cooling and chose the Cryorig C7 as I've owned Cryorig coolers in the past with other builds and been really happy with them, however this time around I'm left somewhat disappointed. I have also removed the cooler twice since building it as the original paste I used was Cryorig's own and then changed to Kyronaut as it's my preferred one and this made very little difference so I've ironed out in the event it could of been a poor paste job.
Moving forward, I've been looking into going down the 120mm AIO route but kind of torn between if it will be worth it and whether I will really notice a difference in temps. I've been looking at Corsair's range such as the H60 and I've read some positive reviews online, but I just want to see if anyone else on here has experienced the following or supply any further input into this?