I have just bought a Ryzen 5 3600 CPU and B450-F Gaming MBO.
I get idle temps at 45-60 degrees (most around 55) and 75-80 degrees while playing PUBG and CS GO.
Is this normal?
If you are using default cooling solution included in the box then yes, it's normal temps, no reasons to be worried.
I’m using AIO Corsair H55 - still normal?
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Den 3. apr. 2020 kl. 19.39 skrev billy72 <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Re: Ryzen 5 3600 is temps. normal?
I'm not a Corsair H55 user, currently using AMD Wraith Prism with Ryzen 3600 and default values on BIOS (not OCed), temps on idle are
IMO your temps playing at 80ºC are normal (most important), on idle they're a little high but I still think there's no reason to worry.
To keep in mind that Ryzen 3000 series is around +10ºC hotter than 2000 series and Corsair H55 doesn't look like a powerful liquid cooling solution.
I use the AMD RGB cooler and my CPU is stuck at 37C all the time, works for me.
I use the windows 10 power saver plan to keep my CPU at its way to high 2.2 GHz when 800 MHz is enough for zilch activity.
Dunno know why AMD does not go lower than 2.2 GHz when there is not load, so what if the idle CPU is 800 MHz, uses no appreciable power at that speed. I wish.
OK no one has brought this up. But The temperatures are intentionally set high. Because of the smaller processor size the temperatures are constantly below 0 an getting colder At some points a cooler isn't needed. So The design team set the cooling temperatures 20 degrees higher than normal. So if you see 49c it is in fact 29c An when Temps jump to 60c it is in fact 38c just starting to warm up. So when you see 70c you don't need to worry its only 49c You should worry when its 90c. It means its getting a little hot at 72c. This should raise some concern.
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