My 2700X is getting up to 115ºC Tctl and then shutdowns itself even at STOCK.
- Cooler is h115i (Water temp 30-40ºC)
- Board is Crosshair 6 Hero and 6101 BIOS
There was another person on here with an overheating problem, Does the Ryzen 7 2700X run HOT? which turned out to be a BIOS problem, and I'd say a reading of 140*C is either a sensor glitch or reading glitch which is throwing off the other readings, especially since Corsair has long since compensated for the offset temperature and matched the package and CPU temperature readings in their software, as well as AMD having corrected Ryzen Master's temperature readout.
I don't care about what number it shows, I care about that number affecting my CPU so the system Shutdowns. Last BIOS, last everything and Ryzen Master shows also the same high temperatures.
Everything in stock the CPU lowers its speed to 3700Mhz because of that and still reaches 90ºC or more.
Reflashed BIOS, Clear CMOS, run stock settings....
I think this CPU is broken.
Where did you get the last BIOS for your Motherboard. According to Asus the latest BIOS version for the Crosshair 6 Hero is: ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO Driver & Tools | Motherboards | ASUS USA
BIOS - Version 6004 - 04/19/2018
AMD Chipset - Version 512038 - 02/24/2018
Found this post from Tom's Hardware Forum about the CPU watercooler you are using also causing the CPU to overheat. It is old but may still help you find your problem: Corsair watercooling H115i installation - cpu overheat - [Solved] - CPUs.
Found this thread from Corsair using Watercooling on a Ryzen 2700X also overheating: New AMD Ryzen 2700X CPU running HOT - The Corsair User Forums
Here is the guide to install the Corsair on an AMD Motherboard:
I am getting a similar thermal shutdown when I set my cpu frequency above 3.8 GHZ on my 2700 X on my MSI X370 Titanium. Apparently in cinebench 15 and in Real Bench my cpu temps will rise to 100 Celcius and then shut down. I have excellent water cooling on my Alphacool Eisbaer 360 aio. I suspect AVX code i in Real Bench and possibly in cinebench 15 cpu (multicore) may be the point of soaring cpu temp. But on this same setup with my Ryzen 1800X on cinebench and Real bench my cpu vore temps never rose above 64 Celcius under full stress.. Is the cpu defective or is it the bios on the motherboard??? I am running the latest Pinnacle Ridge official bios on the Titanium.
Everything is the same I just swapped ny 1700 cpu for the 2700X.
1700 1.45V/LLC4 never reached 85ºC
2700X 1.2V/LLC0 reaches over 100ºC
The CPU is COOL when I see 100ºC temps on my screen. I can just tocuh the socket and the back of the motherboard and it is cool.