I recently replaced all the OEM parts on my computer for new ones (they were basically 7 years old) and I'm worried my CPU cooler fan isn't working.
I say this because on the first boot up when I got it home, I received a message from the motherboard boot-up screen saying there was a CPU fan error. I didn't think of anything of it as I thought maybe the it was just teething pains for the computer with the new parts. And I have tried several boot ups to make sure everything works fine and haven't received the message again.
I installed HWMonitor to check my temperatures, and while I have only played Armoured Warfare so far and a few minutes of Minecraft (as it's apparently a CPU heavy game) the temperatures seem high (to me anyway) of roughly 55 degrees C on average. I'm not sure how well optimized Armoured Warfare is, but I have the settings cranked to maximum for reference.
Am I just being paranoid as it's basically a new computer with all new parts? Or is there something more serious at hand here and I should contact the people who I had install the parts for me? As I'm writing this the CPU seems to be hovering around 24-27 Celsius.
I'm running an AMD FX6300 BE with a Noctua Low-profile Quite CPU Cooler NH-L9A installed on an ASUS Micro ATX M5A78L-M/USB3 Mini ATX Motherboard for reference.