Question Ryzen 9 3900 possible overheating please help

d.sichinava

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Hello guys,
i have this setup:
x570 asrock phantom gmaing 4
gtx 1080 ti strix
ryzen 9 3900x
750w psu
32 corsair vengeance 3000mhz

Iam using stock cooler, and idle temperature is 55-65, while its loaded it goes up nearly 100 C.
is this problem with cooler? (case is kinda hot inside with 3 intake and 1 out take cooler)

voltage of cpu is between 1.013-1.419.
should i worry about case cooling, voltage or cpu cooler .
ty in advance
 

Phaaze88

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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wzhh3zH9Hs


Stock cooler isn't ideal for the 3900X at the time of that video - even less so now since the most recent bios updates now crank more voltage through these cpus(AMD's 'fix' for boost clock complaints).

Get a new cooler, like:
-Noctua NH-D15S
-be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
-Thermalright Le Grand Macho RT
There are other alternatives, but if you're curious, ask away.
 
Hello guys,
i have this setup:
x570 asrock phantom gmaing 4
gtx 1080 ti strix
ryzen 9 3900x
750w psu
32 corsair vengeance 3000mhz

Iam using stock cooler, and idle temperature is 55-65, while its loaded it goes up nearly 100 C.
is this problem with cooler? (case is kinda hot inside with 3 intake and 1 out take cooler)

voltage of cpu is between 1.013-1.419.
should i worry about case cooling, voltage or cpu cooler .
ty in advance
That cooler might not have been installed properly...even though not the best it should not reach 100 C with that fan configuration,
Try re-installing it.

If you want even better cooling the go with an aftermarket heat-sink like the Scythe Mugen 5 Rev.B.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06ZYB8K77
 
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d.sichinava

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Jan 5, 2019
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View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Wzhh3zH9Hs


Stock cooler isn't ideal for the 3900X at the time of that video - even less so now since the most recent bios updates now crank more voltage through these cpus(AMD's 'fix' for boost clock complaints).

Get a new cooler, like:
-Noctua NH-D15S
-be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
-Thermalright Le Grand Macho RT
There are other alternatives, but if you're curious, ask away.
ty for response man.
i just checked that video and it gave him 20 c difference with different cooler. i guess stock cooler is the problem i will get new
 
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Another Ryzen 9 guy here with the same elevated temp problem, but I found evidence of an information problem instead of a cooling problem. Check your bios temps in comparison. I found that when I use NZXT CAM or Dragon Center the temps show the same, slightly erratic, elevated temperatures of 55-60C when idling. Ryzen Master shows 55 and is jumping around a fair range each update, +4, -2, -3, +2. When I do an immediate restart into BIOS without letting the system cool, the temp is at a constant 39C and stays in that range, +/- 1 degree as I watch for a few minutes. Which is what I expect. I believe something is interrupting quality signal for temps in the OS
 

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