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3800x temps no o.c

Question asked by zax301 on Apr 6, 2020
Latest reply on Apr 6, 2020 by black_zion

hi guys, i want to limit my cpu if it's ok but i can't figure out the bios.

my setup is:

thermaltake c36

psu cm mwe 750w 90% gold

msi mpg x570 gaming plus 

corsair vengeance 3600 18 cl 2x8gb

ryzen 3800x

gtx 2070 super

m2 sata 970 evo (1st slot with ssd cooler)

2nd will come in the next day under the gpu (dunno if i should put a thermal pad on it, still searching)

front fans intake

intake 2x200mm thermal fans front 800rpm

top fans exhaust

1x120mm thermaltake fan 800-1500 rpm (no ideea)

1x140mm noctua nf14 3000rpm pwm fan (working just at 1200rpm so it doesn't suck the air from cpu,i never tested just thought)

rear exhaust

1x140mm noctua nf14 3000rpm pwm fan (working just at 1200rpm so it doesn't suck the air from cpu,i never tested just thought)

 

my problem is, i don't mind leaving the cpu in stock,but the temperature it's not so, i can't say bright but it might light the whole city. the CPU 1st powered on i enabled the gamerboost (all cores stood at 4.25ghz permanent) from msi bios and it reaches 106-110C and 206(on core temp,that's a bug i think) and i disabled it cause i was scared i might not handle it. now the cpu sits around 3.9-4.7ghz(sometimes) and temps are 50C idle to 87-89gaming.

 

is there any way to improve the temps without losing performance? i don't want to o.c it or gain perfomances,just cool it a bit,i kept an eye on the coolermaster liquid 360l and thinking of mounting on top and maybe it does something better.

 

i posted a ss with idle cpu

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