I have a FX 8350, but when i play a game the temp go to 80° C, why?
Probably you have not appropriate cooling system for your CPU. Or a bad contact between CPU and cooler or bad thermal interface (thermal paste) or stopped (or very slow spinning) cooler fan.
Run HWinfo64>sensors only>Logging start and play for 10-15 min. I want to see that log
I attached you the log. This time go to 76° C
The temperature grows when I Open the league of legends game.
I dont have this problem with others Pcs.
Temperatures are really bad and CPU is not even overloaded.
As temporary workaround you can to set CPU multiplier to 33-35 and CPU voltage to 1.275
Or go to your current power plan and set max CPU state to 83%(additional power plan settings)
your mobo temperatures are too high - get a better case in the first place!
I am in Australia and we have high summer - mobo temperature is ~23C and their is no no aircon in the room
With such CPU temperature he cannot have too cold motherboard.
I think it's time to replace the thermal paste on your cpu. The symptoms you describe are indicative.
if you cpu was 80C it would be throttling down big time
check to be sure the motherboard BIOS is updated
I would recommend two things to do.
First is to vefiry your temp by using other Temperature tracking software with the one you have. Second is to replace the paste and the CPU cooler fan. If it's malfunctioning in anyway sometimes the motherboard can detect it and then other times it doesn't. Also i would remove a stock cooler system if it's what your using and get a Cooler Master EVO. I have found them to be amazing at keeping my Fx-8350 @ great Temps even overclocked to 4.8G on all eight cores. Good luck friend!
this cooler is ok?
Thanks a lot!!
Yes. It should be enough for your CPU even for reasonable overclock.
In all likelihood, replacing your thermal paste will correct the problem.
Keep in mind the best cpu fan can't help when the case itself is a "hot air oven" - make sure the air throughput is sufficient hence the hot air gets extracted sufficiently.
I have a FX8350 too. So, the FX8350 is a very hot CPU.
As mentionned by other people, depending on when you made the computer (over 1Y?) it may be time to replace the Thermal paste. There are some very good tutorials on YouTube. It's very easy to do. Noctua Thermal paste or Arctic are the best.
Which cooler do you have? The stock Wraith? That cooler is clearly not enough for the FX8350. I recommend you to buy a CoolerMaster TX3 Evo if you're on budget.
If you have some extra cash a low profile Noctua is preferable (so to cool equally the surrounding area). Low profiles are mentionned preferable by most of the Motherboard manufacturers:
Noctua NH L12
Noctua NH C14 (more expensive).
Another possibility is that the radiator is full of dust. You can clearly gain about 10C by clearing all the dust with a Dry Air blower.
Finally, make sure you have enough ventilation Inside the case. It's not usefull occupying all Fan slots, but two in front, one on the top, one on the rear is the minimum.
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