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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-05-2019, 10:26 AM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 2600 temps

I just finished a build with a Ryzen 2600 and an Asrock b450-m HDV. I'm using the stock cooler that came with it (the non copper core one) and just semi tweaked the bios settings so that CPB is off (for now) I boot into windows and launch HWino and it shows the tidle at 85c? So I download and start RyzenMaster and it displays 34c idling. I reboot and go into the bios again and it is showing 38-41c so I think that HWinfo is just misreading or the sensors on the motherboard are faulty? I really don't know. I touched the heatsink and it feels cool... I mean not freezing but it for sure doesn't feel like 90c... I did do a reseat and cleaned off the paste that came with it. This isn't my personal build. It's for my father. Just to see if it throttled or anything I ran cinebench r20 and it did unfortunately. Task manager stated it was running 99-100% at 3.2 then went down to 83% usage at 2.9. I got a final score of 2391, which looking at reviews is almost 500 off. Anyway. Here is the hwinfo screenshot. I feel like a moron... considering how many rigs I have built.. I never ran into this problem before where the temps were skyhigh at first launch...



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Ok, I realized my error. HWinfo was from 2016? or so. I downloaded the latest beta version and now the tidle is showing what the bios is showing. My AUXTIN numbers are still above 100c? and it is still throttling down to 3100-3200mhz when running cinebench and prime95 (only tested that one for 15 mins)
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If you are PBO overclocking it really doesn't matter the temps it will throttle down.

Manual overclock is generally best

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