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Folding@Home Ryzen 3800X temps

I'm currently running Folding@Home and my Ryzen 3800X is hitting a peak temp of around 85C on Full Power. Is this too high for this? I'm running with a Noctua NH-D15.

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1 minute ago, Animator_Alex said:

I'm currently running Folding@Home and my Ryzen 3800X is hitting a peak temp of around 85C on Full Power. Is this too high for this? I'm running with a Noctua NH-D15.

nope your in the clear. (100C is too hot)

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2 minutes ago, Animator_Alex said:

I'm currently running Folding@Home and my Ryzen 3800X is hitting a peak temp of around 85C on Full Power. Is this too high for this? I'm running with a Noctua NH-D15.

You have 10c before throttle temp (95c). You're good.

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1 minute ago, Animator_Alex said:

I'm currently running Folding@Home and my Ryzen 3800X is hitting a peak temp of around 85C on Full Power. Is this too high for this? I'm running with a Noctua NH-D15.

85c is a little toasty but folding is VERY intensive (heck my kaby lake i7 can't do it ) so it's normal but just to make sure you can try playing games and record your temps 

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Just now, TofuHaroto said:

85c is a little toasty but folding is VERY intensive (heck my kaby lake i7 can't do it ) so it's normal but just to make sure you can try playing games and record your temps 

Yeah this is the only thing that pushes the temps past around 75C. Thanks!

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1 minute ago, Animator_Alex said:

Yeah this is the only thing that pushes the temps past around 75C. Thanks!

Yeah your golden man. My 3800x runs warm too. They're toasty chips.

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6 minutes ago, Animator_Alex said:

Yeah this is the only thing that pushes the temps past around 75C. Thanks!

Then it's perfectly fine :D

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