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orakyla
Journeyman III

2700x too hot..

build my PC few days ago. My idle temp aroud 35-55c (spikes) CPU fan set on max, default BIOS settings, only XTE profile 1

My problem is when i play BF4 ( for example ) my temps around 85-90c ( saw 98 spike ) in HWinfo64. But PC works good: no throttle, air in case is cool. Aida64 stresstest is 85c

  • My build :

  • MOBO : Gigabyte B450M DS3H

  • GPU : Radeon RX580 4gb sapphire

  • PSU : Chieftec A-90 750wDDR4 : Hyperx 2x8gb3000mhz (dual-channel)

  • OS: Windows 10 Pro

  • CPU : Ryzen 7 2700x

  • Cooling setup : Thermaltake spirit 140

sorry for my english, hoping you guys can provide an idea on how to resolve this issue. Thanks!

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misterj
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Re: 2700x too hot..

orakyla, HWinfo is NOT a valid temperature reporter! Please post a screenshot of Ryzen Master (RM), the only valid reporter - simply drag-n-drop the image into your reply.  Your specifications:

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Unless you have disabled PROCHOT, the processor will throttle the CPU clock and core voltage to limit the temperature to 85C.  Enjoy, John.

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orakyla
Journeyman III

Re: 2700x too hot..

Ryzen Master temp is same, tested it early, RM dont have graphics ir history of temp thats why i cant screenshot it. My CPU. Work fine even on 98c but i worries about my cooling system, maybe. Mountained it wrong or temp is fake. Any ideas? 

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misterj
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Re: 2700x too hot..

orakyla, you totally lost me.  Please do a Clear CMOS using the instructions in your manual and post a screenshot of Ryzen Master (RM), without it I cannot attempt to help you.  Enjoy, John.

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orakyla
Journeyman III

Re: 2700x too hot..

Fixed. Problem was plastic between radiator and cpu ._. 

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misterj
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Re: 2700x too hot..

Thanks, orakyla.  Enjoy, John.

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