I've just put together a new system which has done my head in with no post's or boot unless I wait 10-20 minutes after turning it off, or attempting a restart. Updating BIOS from 1804 to 2006, but possibly unrelated to this post.
Anyway, now it is running, if I open CPU-Z and run the default stress test (Wanting to compare to their FX 8350 'score'), temps in Ryzen Master and HW Monitor jump from idle, 44-47C to 80C within 1 second and climb about 1C every 10-20 seconds, then I stop the test and it drops back to around idle temps again very quickly.
CPU Fans go to 100% straight away too.
Everything is stock speeds, I don't care about overclocking in the slightest.
Is this normal behavior for these chips? Or could this be an issue with software or the motherboard / CPU?
Upgraded from an old X5650, so not sure if that's how these new chips work.
Attached should be a 14 second video of what Ryzen Master and HW Monitor do when under load to give a better picture of what I am saying. Idle was up as I was doing other stuff as well in the background.
CPU: Ryzen 5: 3600
COOL: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
MOBO: Asus Prime B450M-A
RAM: Hyper X 2x 8GB: 3200MHz
GPU: G1 Gaming GTX 1060 6GB
PSU: FSP Aurum 650W 80+Gold