Question 3700x temp issue

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So guys, my 3700x is crazy, like i downloaded msi afterburner to see the temperature and my cpu is getting constant spiker from 60C to 50 and 40, and after 1 sec goes up to 60, but i have downloaded the ryzen master and nzxt cam and the temp in ryzen master on desktop windows is 30C but in nzxt cam goes to 50 40 30 and go up to 50 again...
what can i do? whos right and wrong?

Sorry for the bad english...
 
there's a few things to consider:

  1. Ryzen's boost algorithm. it's incredibly aggressive for light loads. Especially monitoring software sends the CPU into max boost (because it's a light but urgent load, so it can boost to it's full potential) which creates heat. You see that as periodic spikes. Ryzen Master and I thing HWInfo don't do this. Generally Ryzen Master is trustworthier than 3rd party tools as they can lead to undpredictable behaviour
  2. Ryzen's die is very very small. so small in fact, that no matter what you do heat will initially build up more quickly than it gets dissipated. that's why you're seeing those kind of spikes. they are to be expected but nothing to be overly concerned about. if you mainboard supports it, set the fan on a time delay of 2-3 seconds as that is enough for the heat to settle and dissipate without your fans roaring up and down all the time.
 
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there's a few things to consider:

  1. Ryzen's boost algorithm. it's incredibly aggressive for light loads. Especially monitoring software sends the CPU into max boost (because it's a light but urgent load, so it can boost to it's full potential) which creates heat. You see that as periodic spikes. Ryzen Master and I thing HWInfo don't do this. Generally Ryzen Master is trustworthier than 3rd party tools as they can lead to undpredictable behaviour
  2. Ryzen's die is very very small. so small in fact, that no matter what you do heat will initially build up more quickly than it gets dissipated. that's why you're seeing those kind of spikes. they are to be expected but nothing to be overly concerned about. if you mainboard supports it, set the fan on a time delay of 2-3 seconds as that is enough for the heat to settle and dissipate without your fans roaring up and down all the time.
my motherboard is a x470 fatal1ty k4 and my water cooler is a ml240l rgb cooler master, it can be something with it? and my motherboard its ok for this right?
but in general nothing to worry about right? or is it always worth taking to a specialist just to have the guarantee that everything is ok?
 
nah, it's normal. I'm running a 3700X on a 3x140mm custom loop. and even I have to set a time offset since the chip heats up for a second and cools off again periodically. it's perfectly normal.

as long as your load temps are fine there's nothing wrong.
 
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nah, it's normal. I'm running a 3700X on a 3x140mm custom loop. and even I have to set a time offset since the chip heats up for a second and cools off again periodically. it's perfectly normal.

as long as your load temps are fine there's nothing wrong.
I already know what the problem is, it has to do with the cpu voltage, download the ryzen master and follow this video, the stock voltage is so high for what the cpu needs and that's why it causes the problem it causes.
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JTuxMnrqds

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wM3obN2pAE

hope it help you too
 
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you can set a voltage offset. but it doesn't change things. and you lose performance, not by much, not too significant, but measurable.
your temps are still all over the place, just don't push as high.
i put 4000mhz and i have 45C-50C stable, worth the try, and the perfomance is still the same
 

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