4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 19, 2018 10:02 AM by black_zion

    Is 35°C real idle temperature fine for my Ryzen 7 1700x? What about ~75°C real stress/max temperature?

    elayes211

      Hello, I am kind of concerned because it is my first time building a desktop myself.

      I have a cheap fan cooler so this is why it concerns me.

      (My CPU Fan Cooler: Alpenföhn: Silvretta)

       

      I am planning to change to a liquid cpu cooling thing after a year, to add up some potential to my build.

       

      Here is some additional information about my investigation to this.

      0. We are talking about stock frequencies, voltages and so on. We are talking about real temperatures and not +20 safety/oc-cpu-edition offset.

      1. Tdie: 35°C - Tctrl: 55°C - AMD Ryzen Master Report: ~45°C

           (AMD Ryzen Master related)

           1.1. I pointed that this software, completely updated today 1/10/2018, gives us information based on Tdie and NOT Tctrl, so it does not counts +20°C anymore.

           1.2. I also pointed that it increases my processor's temperature while active, side effect of the frequent sensor check I guess.

      2. With "idle" I mean ~3-9% CPU Usage based on Windows 10 taskmgr.exe, while constructing this topic on Google Chrome and not even listening to music, if that matters anyway.

      3. About my proccessor's max temperature, I feel I am fine.

           Here is my scenario: I open up a stress test tool that uses 100% of CPU and temperature went up to 75°C

      4. I also pointed that my real CPU temperature (Tdie) goes up to 43-45°C while watching a YouTube 1080p video through Google Chrome.

       

      In the attachments, you can see a screenshot with my current temperature (5% CPU Usage) and you can also see my gaming max (NOT stress test) temperatures, with +20 offset and without.

       

      My QUESTION is: Will I be fine for a year or two with those temperatures? (click attachment image bellow for fast review of this topic.)

       

      Let me know if my information is not enough.

      Thank you, George.