new GPU and CPU water cooler - troubleshooting

Gridmstr75

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Hello, i am trying to assist my son with help on his new GPU that we upgraded from a MSI nvidia 1050ti to ASus Geforce 3070 ti GPU.
we ran DDU uninstall utlity first then installed the new GPU and ran geforce experince install fresh with both drivers and Geforce exp.
everything is working as it should he started to play Apex legends with superior performance.
To note his monitor is a Asus tuf gaming monitor - 144hz

We also just upgraded the heat sink to a Corsair h100i elite capellix water cooler and it works great so far

I also upgraded his HDD to a onboard Samsung M2 drive.

screenshots of apps hardware specs and current state - using Windows 10 pro -

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Questions are what is causing huge spike with Battlefield V ?

what other settings do we need to check .



what should we set the fans too for iCUE

what do you recommend to set MSI afterburner too?

we noticed the CPU cooler fans will go really high at 100 cpu obvious reasons.

we installed Bitdefender AV as i have sub to it for 5 devices i hope that is not causing it, I turned it off and still same issue.

also how can i monitor his PC hardware remotely from my machine?

however running into another now

when my son plays BFV pegs out the CPU why?

let me know if need any further information.

also how can i run Debug utility on windows 10 to show any errors or issues?

I would also like to monitor his hardware from my pc in the other room to view it while he is gaming.
 

Denpepe

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I don't see anything to worry about, some games will tax the CPU more then others as long as the game runs fine and the temps are ok I would not worry about it.

I'm not an expert on remote monitoring stuff, but I suspect tieamviewer could be used
 

Gridmstr75

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I don't see anything to worry about, some games will tax the CPU more then others as long as the game runs fine and the temps are ok I would not worry about it.

I'm not an expert on remote monitoring stuff, but I suspect tieamviewer could be used
remote tools such as team viewer or dameware , any desk etc is not what i am looking for , it is more of a way to use Windows built in tools like WLM or other to monitor another PC hardware on a remote pc in an adjacent room so i do not have to get up every 5 mins to help my son. lol
 

pendragon1

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bfv behaviour is normal, the cpu is used for all sort of stuff in online multiplayer games.
re the aio fans, i always set a flat line of 30% and then at 50c i ramps it to 100% at 80c. that way its not constantly ramping the fans up and down due to tiny blips in temp, which are normal and the aio can handle fine with out ramp up.
re remote monitoring, i would bother, things are running fine.
 
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