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Ryzen 7 1700 running to hot with Noctua NH-U12S SE

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey,

 

my cpu is suddenly running to hot with the Noctua NH-U12S SE. When i start Prime95 it gets around 75C(Mainboard get that temp too if thats improtant) The Idle temp is around 36C.

75C is ofc not to hot for that CPU but i think i should get better results with the Noctua cooler.

I tried putting new thermal paste but no difference. The CPU is overclocked but it gets the same temps with standard clock.

I don't know much about Motherboard temps but could it that the cpu gets so hot because of the hot Motherboard?

 

Thanks for the help

 

 

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What kind of ambient temperatures (temperature in your room) do you have?

Ultimately, if the CPU is in a warmer environment; it will run warmer too.


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You're running a stress test, and you're surprised it's getting hot?
You should only be concerned if it's hitting that under load during normal use.

Also, as @Minibois said, your ambient temperature plays a huge factor as well.


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Your mainboard should NEVER get that hot, seems like you have really poor airflow in your case, must be like an oven

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Its possible that mainboard is actually VRM temps instead of chipset though and that should be fine.

 

Either way your CPU temps are normal for an overclocked CPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP
21 minutes ago, Minibois said:

What kind of ambient temperatures (temperature in your room) do you have?

Ultimately, if the CPU is in a warmer environment; it will run warmer too.

My is room is arround 22C.

13 minutes ago, dizmo said:

You're running a stress test, and you're surprised it's getting hot?
You should only be concerned if it's hitting that under load during normal use.

Also, as @Minibois said, your ambient temperature plays a huge factor as well.

I'm suprised that it gets hot with my noctua cooler. If it would be the standard amd cooler it would be fine but not with the noctua cooler imo.

 

12 minutes ago, _Syn_ said:

Your mainboard should NEVER get that hot, seems like you have really poor airflow in your case, must be like an oven

Yea, seems like my motherboard is getting super hot but even when i have my pc all open the motherboard temps don't change at all.

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Are you overclocked? If so, how much voltage?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, dizmo said:

Are you overclocked? If so, how much voltage?

The CPU is overclocked @1.275v but it gets the same temps with standard clock. Seems like the only problem is the motherboard getting so hot tho.

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Edit: Just found out that the Motherboard sensor that shows me high temps in HWINFO64 is wrong. I installed msi command center and this shows me the real temps.

Still got the problem that my cpu is running to hot with my noctua cooler. I don't know if i want to much but i was hoping for better temps with that cooler.

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