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Hello everyone and thank you in advance for your help,
As a tech novice I decided not to build my own PC and unfortunately reached out for help to ibuypower. Here is a custom PC they got together for me last year:
Case: Thermaltake Divider 300 TG ARGB Mid Tower Chassis
Case: FansDefault Case Fan
Processor: Intel® Core™ i9-11900KF Processor (8X 3.50GHz/16MB L3 Cache)
Processor Cooling: iBUYPOWER 240mm Addressable RGB Liquid Cooling System – Black
Memory: 32 GB [16 GB x2] DDR4-3200MHz T-FORCE DELTA RGB
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 – 10GB GDDR6X (VR-Ready)
Motherboard: GIGABYTE Z590-UD WiFi AC , ARGB Header (2), USB 3.2 Ports (1 Type-C, 4 Type-A), M.2 Slot (3)
Power Supply: 850 Watt – Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB – 80 PLUS Gold, Fully Modular
Primary Storage: 1TB MSI M371 PCIE NVME SSD + 2TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
Running Windows 10
Issues started to flare up about 3 months after I began using it. I was noticing the computer was running hot reaching 100 Celsius, but I was assured that the new 3080s ran pretty hot. I fidgeted with the thermal paste and ended up buying some good one that I applied to the CPU. Ran slightly cooler, but continued to run hot.
The cooling system is as follows: there are 3 intake fans on the front. Right behind them is the liquid cooler. Behind that are two outtake fans. There is one outtake fan on the back of the case. The video card has a fan blowing downward toward the PSU, which is separated by a barrier.
I began having blue screens displaying a WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. I researched that and decided it had to be a technical issue. Perhaps the build was just not stable? I did not know how to tinker with BIOS to adjust any settings myself. The computer did not come overclocked.
I started noticing a weird sound coming from the front where the liquid cooler was. I thought maybe a wire got in the way of the fan, but everything was clear. The sound only occurs when I start the computer and disappears a few seconds later. However, sometimes it continues for 10-15 seconds before the computer fails to start and shuts down. I am then met with a BIOS failed startup screen next time I start successfully.
It may work well for a few weeks, minus the notice. Maybe a few days. Sometimes it’s persistent.
Today I did a check on my pc using free online software and it said all my parts were better than average, but still not at their peak with one exception, the CPU. It was allegedly performing that test in the bottom 2% of all tests. Is it possible my CPU is going bad due to overheating? Is my computer slowly dying? Can the power supply be responsible? Is it the faulty liquid cooling that is making the weird noises on startup? I have no idea. Please help!
The option to add a video is grayed out so I can’t upload anything to help.