Question are my cpu load temps normal?

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im using a ryzen 5 3600 with a b450 tomahawk board and a corsair h100i pro cpu cooler. my idle temps are like around 34c average and under a aida 64 stress test im getting like 77c to 78c max under a heavy load. are these normal temps?? while gaming the temps are a lot less like 57c to 60c.
 

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No bad temps. Gaming temps are ok. Aida 64 temps not soo great (anything below 80 is fine anyways).

- Whats your room temp?

- While runing Aida64, How long does it takes to get to the ~77°C mark ?

- Do you have atleast 2 fans on the case moving the air inside to help cooling?
 

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No bad temps. Gaming temps are ok. Aida 64 temps not soo great (anything below 80 is fine anyways).

- Whats your room temp?

- While runing Aida64, How long does it takes to get to the ~77°C mark ?

- Do you have atleast 2 fans on the case moving the air inside to help cooling?
im using ryzen master to monitor temps, every other temp monitoring program is not giving me correct temps.
 

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No bad temps. Gaming temps are ok. Aida 64 temps not soo great (anything below 80 is fine anyways).

- Whats your room temp?

- While runing Aida64, How long does it takes to get to the ~77°C mark ?

- Do you have atleast 2 fans on the case moving the air inside to help cooling?
also, it does not take long to get to 77c, and i have the 2 radiator intake fans, one intake fan, and two exhaust fans.
 

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It usually won't take long at all to reach those temps.
A max temp of 78 in a stress test is perfectly fine.

I wouldn't be worried until I started hitting over 85 degrees consistently.
should i go and buy a corsair h115i platinum cpu cooler? will it make a dif?

im using a ryzen 5 3600 on a b450 tomahawk board. the 3600 is running at stock, with auto voltage, i heard the auto voltages for these were running kinda high. is there a good manual setting for the 3600 freq and voltage??
 

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As others mention (and I did too) all your temps are fine, I just think that your stress test temps are a bit on the high side. But then again nothing to worry about it.

Thats why I wanted to know how much time did it actually take to reach that temp once you clicked the "start" button, and I forgot to ask also how much time did you let the stress test run to stabilize the value.

Anyways, I wouldn't worry at all. And NO!, you don't need to buy a new aio. The one you have is more than adequate for your Ryzen 5 3600.
 

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As others mention (and I did too) all your temps are fine, I just think that your stress test temps are a bit on the high side. But then again nothing to worry about it.

Thats why I wanted to know how much time did it actually take to reach that temp once you clicked the "start" button, and I forgot to ask also how much time did you let the stress test run to stabilize the value.

Anyways, I wouldn't worry at all. And NO!, you don't need to buy a new aio. The one you have is more than adequate for your Ryzen 5 3600.
l ran the stess test for a little over a minute. how long should i run the stress test?
 

packersfan036

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As others mention (and I did too) all your temps are fine, I just think that your stress test temps are a bit on the high side. But then again nothing to worry about it.

Thats why I wanted to know how much time did it actually take to reach that temp once you clicked the "start" button, and I forgot to ask also how much time did you let the stress test run to stabilize the value.

Anyways, I wouldn't worry at all. And NO!, you don't need to buy a new aio. The one you have is more than adequate for your Ryzen 5 3600.
also, the h100i coolers fan profile is set up to run in balanced mode in the icue software program, so the fan curve is not that aggressive, so maybe if i run the fans at a higher speed maybe that will bring the temps down even more.
 

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