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Question about warming up my computer


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Hi I have a computer with RTX 3060 and RYZEN 5 3600 (full specs below) and when I play RED DEAD REDEMPTION at 60 FPS and the best graphics after a few minutes my computer really heats up. I checked the temperature on the NZXT CAM and it showed me that the CPU is at about 90 degrees Celsius and the GPU at about 70 degrees Celsius. When I'm just using DISCORD, , CAMs open on my CPU at 54 degrees Celsius and the GPU at 53 degrees Celsius. Is the innocence of the computer while I play RED DEAD something normal or not, with it not correct what should I do to fix it?

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The GPU is just fine, the CPU is a little too hot.
It should not cause significant damage at the moment, but if you let the computer fill up with dust then the cooling at all will stop cooling and then you will be in trouble.

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So should I invest another 200 NIS for a better fan?

I was recommended the cooler master rr-212s-20pk-r1. he is good? You recommend Other? 

I have a total of 4 fans in the chassis, 3 front 1 and rear. Do I need to add more fans or will replacing the cooling to a better cooling processor relieve the problem? 

Thank you

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