Question Cpu Max temp shutdown in Bios Tech Support

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Hi!
I just build a new rig:
Ryzen 5 1600AF
MSI B450M Pro-VDH Max
PowerColor RX 5700XT
G.skill Ripjaw V 2x8GB 3000
Bitfenix Formula Gold 650W
I play on 1080p (Battlefield, COD, Dota).
Everything goes fine until the cpu gets exactly 70ºC.
Then it shuts down.
No BSOD, no beeps, nothing.
Just goes off.
After ruling out the PSU (tried with another one, same issue).
Tried every ram stick separately.
The problem just appears when it hits 70º.
So I read somewhere that theres an option that turns off the CPU when it gets to certain temperature.
I deactivated core performance boost, and now it never goes after 60º. Im fine with it.
But what if i want to turn it on? I cant find the option on the bios to set the max temperature shutdown.
Do you guys know where can i edit the max temp shutdown feature?
 

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Not sure about the B450 boards but on the MSI x570 boards the options for it are in the advanced overclocking section...under Advanced CPU config look for the cTDP limit control..
 
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Not sure about the B450 boards but on the MSI x570 boards the options for it are in the advanced overclocking section...under Advanced CPU config look for the cTDP limit control..
Thanks for the reply.

I found the cTDP limit control.

Is on "auto".
And it can go from 45 to 65.

What should i do?
 

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