When you mentioned that when you touched the CPU and Motherboard around the CPU without burning your finger it did indicate a faulty sensor. 100 degree Centigrade is the same as boiling water temperature.
Since the CPU sensor was giving wrong data to the CPU it was causing the CPU to act like it was being Overheated to the extreme causing the shutdown before being damaged.
That is correct, sir. But I don't know what makes the System shutdown.
Does the Motherboard do it?
Does the CPU command it?
Can i trick the temperature with the Temp Offset setting from the BIOS so I don't get the shutdowns?
Maybe the BIOS does not know how to interpret the data or something. I am out of ideas.
This link from Tom's Hardware explains the difference between Motherboard CPU temperature sensor and the CPU temperature sensor : An Understanding of Temperature on AMD CPUs and APUs - CPUs. The link is four years old but the info is still valid.
Fair enough. Meanwhile I would call Asus tech support and complain that the bios is not handling the the 2700Xthermals properly and see whatv they say about it.
I have the same problem! Motherboard MSI X470 Gaming m7 ac with Ryzen 7 2700x. CPU Diode 105 degrees with aida64 i stability test Trotting.BIOS 1.20