Question High CPU temps

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My cpu temps when idle are at like 50, and go to 70 if I'm playing a pretty CPU intensive game however, if I cinebench they push to like 90 which I know isn't normal, my voltage is 1.375 and it's clocked at 4000, I do have the stock cooler applied could this be the problem?

the CPU is a Ryzen 5 3600 on a b350 pro4 motherboard.
 

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My cpu temps when idle are at like 50, and go to 70 if I'm playing a pretty CPU intensive game however, if I cinebench they push to like 90 which I know isn't normal, my voltage is 1.375 and it's clocked at 4000, I do have the stock cooler applied could this be the problem?

the CPU is a Ryzen 5 3600 on a b350 pro4 motherboard.
Here is the crux of the problem (see numbers below)

I have two other desktop systems in my home office at the moment that I just recently built. Both have fan speeds set to max out at load. The i5 sys does have somewhat better case cooling but that is irrelevant to my point. In short, its the fan speed. One would need an aftermarket fan that could generate more RPMs. But (as in my situation) once you drop $30+ on that, there goes the great FPS on a budget you thought you got with the $129 Ryzen APU. If I had it to do over again I would have gone with the Ryzen 3400g + a good aftermarket cooler, seeing as apparently now there are lower end b450 boards that are Ryzen 3000 ready.

i5 9400f + ASRock H310CM-HDV/M.2:

max temperature in Cinebench r20 = 72c
max stock cpu fan speed in Cinebench r20 = 2904 rpms

Ryzen 5 2400g + ASRock B450M-pro4:

max temperature in Cinebench r20 = 88c
max stock cpu fan speed in Cinebench r20 = 1958 rpms
 
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