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Ryzen 3 3300x overheating

1 minute ago, Lukakopa7 said:

Shoud I just buy better coller? 

Will it solve the problem? 

the stock cooler shouldn't give you these temps. I think the cooler is mounted wrong.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey. 

I bought new ryzen 3 3300x. After 2 days of usage it starts to become very hot (86C°). If I try to full load cpu it overheat and shutdawn my pc. Im using stock cooler. I also try udervolatage it but it didnt help and if i get to low it becomes unstabile. Shoud i buy new cpu cooler, or I can fix temp the other way?

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Considering you seem to have RAM and CPU heat issues, what is your case setup? 


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4 minutes ago, Lukakopa7 said:

Hey. 

I bought new ryzen 3 3300x. After 2 days of usage it starts to become very hot (86C°). If I try to full load cpu it overheat and shutdawn my pc. Im using stock cooler. I also try udervolatage it but it didnt help and if i get to low it becomes unstabile. Shoud i buy new cpu cooler, or I can fix temp the other way?

Where do you live? I ask because knowing the ambient temperature is helpful since as @TheDailyProcrastinator said, you posted about hot RAM as well... Is your CPU overclocked like your RAM?

 

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if you overclocked then this is too be expected with a stock cooler. gaming shouldn't put it under a complete full load. what is the ambient temp in your home?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, LIGISTX said:

Where do you live? I ask because knowing the ambient temperature is helpful since as @TheDailyProcrastinator said, you posted about hot RAM as well... Is your CPU overclocked like your RAM?

 

We need a lot more info.

No my cpu is not overclocked. I live in Europe. 

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1 minute ago, eeeee1 said:

if you overclocked then this is too be expected with a stock cooler. gaming shouldn't put it under a complete full load. what is the ambient temp in your home?

26C°

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5 minutes ago, TheDailyProcrastinator said:

Considering you seem to have RAM and CPU heat issues, what is your case setup? 

Im mycase i have 3 1300 rpm fans

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1 minute ago, Lukakopa7 said:

No my cpu is not overclocked. I live in Europe. 

What is the temperature in your house? What case are you using? Do you have case fans? What GPU, is it a blower style or does it exhaust heat into the case?

 

Is the heatsink installed correctly and mounted well? What are you idle temps, high idle temps would indicate its not mounted properly.


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1 minute ago, Lukakopa7 said:

26C°

huh. where is you system? on the ground? on your desk? open to airflow? 


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2 minutes ago, Lukakopa7 said:

26C°

Little warm, but nothing at all to be worried about. 78f is pretty standard.

 

To me, it seems like a bad CPU mount. Idle temps would be useful to know.


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Just now, LIGISTX said:

What is the temperature in your house? What case are you using? Do you have case fans? What GPU, is it a blower style or does it exhaust heat into the case?

 

Is the heatsink installed correctly and mounted well? What are you idle temps, high idle temps would indicate its not mounted properly.

In my house is 26C°.

Im using Sharkoon VG6-w case with 3 case fans. 

I have gtx 1650 super with two fans and it exhaust heat into case. 

Heatsink is installed correctly. 

Highest cpu idle temperature is 95C°.

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1 minute ago, Lukakopa7 said:

In my house is 26C°.

Im using Sharkoon VG6-w case with 3 case fans. 

I have gtx 1650 super with two fans and it exhaust heat into case. 

Heatsink is installed correctly. 

Highest cpu idle temperature is 95C°.

can you show a picture of the thermal compound if you take the cooler off? This seems like a bad mount.

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3 minutes ago, Lukakopa7 said:

In my house is 26C°.

Im using Sharkoon VG6-w case with 3 case fans. 

I have gtx 1650 super with two fans and it exhaust heat into case. 

Heatsink is installed correctly. 

Highest cpu idle temperature is 95C°.

If your idle temp is 95c, its either not installed correctly, the CPU is bad, or the temp sensor is reporting wrong. 

 

Idle temp should be ~30-35c, 40c tops.


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3 minutes ago, LIGISTX said:

If your idle temp is 95c, its either not installed correctly, the CPU is bad, or the temp sensor is reporting wrong. 

 

Idle temp should be ~30-35c, 40c tops.

Sorry. It's 65

 

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Remount your cooler and make sure your BIOS is up to date. Thermal shutdown on the stock cooler should not be happening.

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

the stock cooler shouldn't give you these temps. I think the cooler is mounted wrong.

Only thing i noticed is the thermal paste which come already applyed on cooler was very dry

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8 minutes ago, Lukakopa7 said:

Only thing i noticed is the thermal paste which come already applyed on cooler was very dry

The thermal paste on the cooler is less of a paste and more of a "putty". Dry is normal.

 

65 idle is very high, thats more of what I would expect from load temps on that CPU...

 

Before you buy anything, we need to try and figure out what is wrong. I think its likely the mount isn't quite right. If you remove the heatsink and take a pic of how the thermal paste squeezed out, it would give us insight into if it was mounted correctly or not. You can reuse the heatsink after this, as long as you don't remove any of the paste from the CPU or the heatsink, it should all squish back down fine. Ideally, you would have new paste to apply though.

 

Or, if you don't want to remove the heatsink just yet, just make sure it is actually tightened down correctly, it shouldn't move or wobble at all. And make sure the fan is actually spinning...


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2 minutes ago, LIGISTX said:

The thermal paste on the cooler is less of a paste and more of a "putty". Dry is normal.

 

65 idle is very high, thats more of what I would expect from load temps on that CPU...

 

Before you buy anything, we need to try and figure out what is wrong. I think its likely the mount isn't quite right. If you remove the heatsink and take a pic of how the thermal paste squeezed out, it would give us insight into if it was mounted correctly or not. You can reuse the heatsink after this, as long as you don't remove any of the paste from the CPU or the heatsink, it should all squish back down fine. Ideally, you would have new paste to apply though.

 

Or, if you don't want to remove the heatsink just yet, just make sure it is actually tightened down correctly, it shouldn't move or wobble at all. And make sure the fan is actually spinning...

Fan is spinning and it is tight all the way dawn. I dont wat to remove a cooler because back plate on motherboard will fall off and then i will need to unplug motherboard and take it out to get back plate back. And thankyu for helping me. 

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2 hours ago, Lukakopa7 said:

Fan is spinning and it is tight all the way dawn. I dont wat to remove a cooler because back plate on motherboard will fall off and then i will need to unplug motherboard and take it out to get back plate back. And thankyu for helping me. 

Is your BIOS fully updated? Possibly running a really old BIOS that is giving the CPU to much voltage?


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5 hours ago, LIGISTX said:

Is your BIOS fully updated? Possibly running a really old BIOS that is giving the CPU to much voltage?

Yes you are right. Thank you. 

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