For those of you with the fan ramping issues, I strongly recommend just manually setting your fan speeds in the BIOS. The weird Ryzen "saw" temperatures where it spikes and then trickles back down causes this behavior.
YMMV since all fans are different, but for me I adjusted the fan curve until I landed on a speed that was barely audible, in my case around 50-55%, and set basically all of the temperature reference points to that speed. It basically looks like a flat line. Then, when the CPU hits what I deem as "too hot" (~75C), then I max them out.
You can "relax" the flat line and trickle it up a bit on other fans that target other components... for example, I made the curve on my case fan that sits near my GPU a bit differently.... I made the points between the fourth and fifth target wider, so the fan power starts increasing sooner, but over a wider temperature range. This effectively causes the case fan to ramp up while I game because the CPU usually hits 55-60C during those sessions.
Last edited by kingwaffle; 09-14-2019 at 07:34 AM.