Question Ryzen 7 overheating

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So I just upgraded my R3 1200 to a R7 2700 and the temperature are 78°c - 89°c on idle. Just wondering if there is a solution.

[UPDATE] I was using Speccy to monitor my temps but after running core temp, it told me that I was at 34 degrees at idle.
 
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You may want to look into a better cooler as I've heard many people saying bad things about stock wraith coolers. Are you overclocking? Stock wraith coolers are generally not powerful enough for overclocking so if you are you definitely need a better one. Something like the Noctua NH-D15 or the Dark Rock Pro 4 would be good options.
 
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You may want to look into a better cooler as I've heard many people saying bad things about stock wraith coolers. Are you overclocking? Stock wraith coolers are generally not powerful enough for overclocking so if you are you definitely need a better one. Something like the Noctua NH-D15 or the Dark Rock Pro 4 would be good options.
I havent overclocked yet but the temps are skyrocketing. I'll make sure to look into a new cooler but I didnt expect the temps to be that high on the stock one
 

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I havent overclocked yet but the temps are skyrocketing. I'll make sure to look into a new cooler but I didnt expect the temps to be that high on the stock one
Is the cooler youre using like the one I linked in my previous post?, Or is it the smaller one wraith stealth (https://www.profesionalreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/AMD-Wraith-Stealth.jpg)?

If youre using the small one, you can get something like this (https://www.arctic.ac/worldwide_en/freezer-34-esports-duo.html) it will be enough even if you oc your Ryzen 7 2700 a little.
 

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