Idk. I have roomy case, AIO, and undervolt on both 13700k and rtx3070 and the top of the case where my fan out is is hot af. I feel like eventually due to heat pipes in AIO will lose flexibility then one of them will leak destroying my motherboard and cpu.
There is still a lot of heat what I am trying to say.
Yeah, there's one glaring flaw in what you're saying. Your situation isn't normal because you chose to purchase one of the hottest-running and most power-hungy CPUs ever made
. Just look at this:
It's no secret that more power=more heat and even undervolted, you're likely still putting out more heat than a sixteen-core
R9-7950X! I don't know why you chose that CPU but one thing is certain, it wasn't
because you care about power use or thermals.
In any case, having the second-hottest-running CPU on the market makes your situation the opposite of typical.
EDIT: You know, that number is so high that it got me wondering and... sure enough, the Intel i7-13700K uses EVEN MORE POWER
than the outrageously hot and power-hungry AMD FX-9590 did in Theif
The FX-9590's heat and power use are nothing less than legendary
but somehow, you bought a CPU that's even worse! It's no wonder you can't keep that thing cool because it's almost as much of a stove element as it is a CPU!
In any case, your hot experience with the second-hottest consumer CPU ever made has no bearing on GPUs used for mining.