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Ryzen 5 3600 Is Temperature 94c Normal? Refrigeration stock


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Ryzen 5 3600 m Stoke reaches 94 c which I understand is the upper limit for this processor

 

I'll just point out that testing is done by OCCT software that adopts all cores to 100%

 

The net question is whether this is considered proper and does not indicate an incorrect connection of the coolant, Invalid or improper processor?

 

Thank you!

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Cooling stock, I checked with the software AIDA64 And I ran  Stress CPU includes a GPU so that the video card also emits heat and it reached 88c

 

Still not working? New computer for about 3 days.

 

What do you recommend doing?

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Cooling stock, I checked with the software AIDA64 And I ran  Stress CPU includes But by the full GPU acceleration tech So the video card also emits heat and it reached 88c

It is no longer correct.

Should reach 65 degrees in this test.

In a FPU test, it is a legitimate 90+. (Don't worry, in games the effort on the processor is not like this test)

Write down the complete specifications of your computer here.

Check for proper flow of cold air to the chassis and exit of hot air. Put your hand behind and see if heat comes out.

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Now I checked again and it reaches 75c (I might have missed something yesterday or because it's cooler today)

The assembly was in the shop so it is hard for me to believe that it was as if the assembly was wrong.

 

Airflow is that the internal fan is directed to the internal disks, and the rear fan draws the air out but in the second I feel quite weak air.

 

This is the specification and I made the signature:

 

Processor : 5 3600 Box
Board : B450 M4
Memory: 1333mhz 2048x2 plus 1600MHZ 8gbX2KINGSTON 16GB total
Video card: GTX960 2GB
Hard Disk 1: M500 CT240M500SSD1 240GB MLC SATA III
Hard Disk 2: WD 1TB 7200RPM 32MB GREEN SATA2
Case: Case P5
Provider : 550W Neo Eco Modular 80 +

 

By the way, I was happy to know if the temperature of the board is correct, what I should run in the software AIDA64 to check? And what is the ideal temperature.

 

Thank you!

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It seems on the automaton that the speed is changing RPM But little.

 

I turned the software load on the processor and the GPU again and extracted the fan rotation data and the temperature of the components in the motherboard

 

Thank you very much for your help

 

CPU 1762 RPM
Chassis # 1 678 RPM
Chassis # 2 614 RPM
GPU 701 RPM (22%)


Temperatures    
Motherboard 42 ° C
CPU 77 ° C
CPU Diode 78 ° C
PCI-E 43 ° C
Chipset 45 ° C
VRM 47 ° C
At 50 ° C
Temperature # 1 (Motherboard) 29 ° C
Temperature # 2 (Motherboard) 34 ° C
Temperature # 3 (Motherboard) 36 ° C
GPU Diode 67 ° C

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I played with the settings a bit and then set it back to default but don't know how the fans now rotate much faster

 

Cooling Fans    
CPU 1934 RPM
Chassis # 1 1080 RPM
Chassis # 2 963 RPM
GPU 1536 RPM (48%)
 

And now the maximum temperature after a 25 minute effort test is 81c

 

Can it stay that way or could it damage the processor over time or downgrade it in performance?

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New chassis?

If it is asleep, check if the front filter is full of dust and clean.

The fan speed of the chassis now looks normal.

A processor can survive at this temperature but is not recommended for extended periods.

Day by day I guess the temperature doesn't reach that value, right?

Check temperature while playing.

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Each new 4-day computer includes the chassis

 

Now I let my son play for about 40 minutes on 5 and the temperature reached a maximum of 83c (usually in the seventy-something)

 

In general there is not much playing on the computer and I see that the temperature ranges between 45c and 65c a day and the question of whether to invest in refrigerated.

 

Thank you!

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