Question Ryzen 2700x

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I have a Ryzen 2700x with Coolermaster MasterAir MA610P --- My CPU Idle Temperature ist 44-50 °C --When i start a Game (Sims 4 or Battlefield 5..does not matter) Temperature goes up to 70-85 °C ---VcIock is at 1,425 (from Bios) also checked Thermal Compounds.....what can i do??? Its so hot my PC
 

punkncat

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What happens to temps if you drop a side/front panel?

Might consider looking up your case model to see if it is considered among ones with good air flow, or the possibility of adding case fans?
 
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My Case is an Enermax Saberay with 3 Front Fans . 1 @ the back and 2 from above. My airflow seems good . Even @ max Fanspeed @1780 RPM nothing changes. Nothing changes when i open Side Panel.
 
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Did a Bios update....Cleaned all Fans.....Replaced Thermal Compounds....Tried using a negative voltage offset then i noticed. I can`t use a negative voltage offset. It always went over 1,4. So i finally found out that i am the biggest idiot in the world. In my Energy options there was "

minimum power state of the CPU" ...this was @ 100%........When i set this to 70%....My CPU went down to 32 °C .....Sorry for my stupidity and my bad english (im german). thank you for your quick solutions......
 

CosmicDance

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Your voltage is too high which will contribute towards excessive temperatures.
I have a Ryzen 2700X and the voltage in the BIOS is 1.35 v.
It boosts up to 4.5 MHZ during heavy gaming sometimes so this voltage is sufficient.

Andy
 

CosmicDance

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I'm just going by what the program HW Monitor records as max values whilst playing.
So no it's not super duper purchased from planet megalathonic supersonic, just a regular 2700X clocked at 4000 MHZ in the BIOS and using Windows High Performance Power Plan to ensure it's running at its maximum potential and a minimum of 4 GHZ.
 

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