Question Idle temperature 50 C and Full Load Temperature 60 C on Ryzen 7 5700g

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Yep, under load, it's climbing all the way up to 4.6GHz, but the RPM too.. Do you maybe know, how high with the temperatures can I leave my 360 AIO on 800-900RPM? Because whenever I do something a little bit more demand than Chrome browsing, RPMs jump to 950-1000RPMs (Which sounds quiet but it actually annoyes me, because I'm not wearing headset and the PC is distanced from my ears like less than 20 centimeters..). So, can I set my fans in BIOS to run 700-800RPM even at 60C? Would that be fine?


Yeah, I'm just concerned about those idle temps because I don't want to shorten CPU's life, I don't know if 50-55C can do it on 5000 series though?
I set my fan profile to be dead quiet until the CPU temp gets to about 75C, then only slowly rise it until about 90C. ALWAYS run your AIO pump at full speed because you're using water to cool the CPU. So long as it's flowing it's cooling the CPU even if the fans are off, the faster it flows the better it cools. Unlike the metal of air coolers it takes a very long time (hours) for the water in a 360mm AIO to heat up.

50-55C is actually quite cool for modern CPU's so you've nothing to worry about.
 
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ALWAYS run your AIO pump at full speed
How do I actually know if it's running 100%? In BIOS, it just gives me control over fans (System1 and PUMP1), is that it or?
I set my fan profile to be dead quiet until the CPU temp gets to about 75C, then only slowly rise it until about 90C.
Thank you very much for all the informations. I'll definently implement those settings in my BIOS too.
 
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Yep, under load, it's climbing all the way up to 4.6GHz, but the RPM too.. Do you maybe know, how high with the temperatures can I leave my 360 AIO on 800-900RPM? Because whenever I do something a little bit more demand than Chrome browsing, RPMs jump to 950-1000RPMs (Which sounds quiet but it actually annoyes me, because I'm not wearing headset and the PC is distanced from my ears like less than 20 centimeters..). So, can I set my fans in BIOS to run 700-800RPM even at 60C? Would that be fine?


Yeah, I'm just concerned about those idle temps because I don't want to shorten CPU's life, I don't know if 50-55C can do it on 5000 series though?
You should check the mounting pressure of your cooler on the 5700g. Should also check the bios and see if you've plug the pump into the correct header. There tends to be a header for cpu fan/water pump. My 5700g, with a 140mm aio idles at 28-33c. It hits a max of about 68c with the fan at about 60% rpm(1300rpm). Sounds like your pump might be plugged into the wrong header, or you haven't gone in bios and switch the controller from a cpu fan to water pump.
 

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