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Are these temps normal for a R5 3600

Yesterday I build a new pc with a Ryzen 5 3600, but when I put it under load in Cinabench R20 I got temps of 95c.

When I was playing CoD MW my temps where above 80c.

Is this normal or am I doing something wrong here?

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95 degrees is definitely not normal. You should check whether the thermal paste is applied correctly and if the cooler is mounted properly.

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Just now, HiBOSS said:

95 degrees is definitely not normal. You should check whether the thermal paste is applied correctly and if the cooler is mounted properly.

I just used the stock cooler with the thermal paste pre applied

 

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1 minute ago, TrigrH said:

sounds like a corner isnt screwed down or something

Can I just take the entire cooler of and reapply it? will the thermal paste still function properly?

 

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Maybe take the cooler off and show us a photo of how the thermal paste is spread.

 

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The stock cooler is not that great. I'm currently using a 3600 and upgraded to a cheap Gammaxx 400S and it went down 20C in gaming and Cinebench R15. 

 

Try remounting the CPU cooler though, you might not screwed it properly.

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12 minutes ago, HiBOSS said:

Maybe take the cooler off and show us a photo of how the thermal paste is spread.

 

Okay I will try, will take an hour or so. 

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I think 95c is normal under that type of load with the stock cooler.  Even my budget aftermarket cooler hits 95c in p95 with pbo maxed out.  I would reduce the thermal throttle temp to 85c for peace of mind.

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59 minutes ago, HiBOSS said:

Maybe take the cooler off and show us a photo of how the thermal paste is spread.

 

I have another problem, the cooler is really stuck to the cpu

 

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49 minutes ago, ItzChimp said:

I have another problem, the cooler is really stuck to the cpu

 

You can put the CPU under load for a while so that the thermal paste heats up loosens its grip. Also make sure all the screws are unscrewed.

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2 hours ago, HiBOSS said:

You can put the CPU under load for a while so that the thermal paste heats up loosens its grip. Also make sure all the screws are unscrewed.

I'm sorry to say, but i'm not gonna take of the cooler. i did reseat all the screws making sure they where seated right. i read somewhere else that the CPU can run at 80c just fine and my 90+c is only on the cinebench R20 render. i'm gonna buy the Corsair Hydro series H100i (link: https://m.alternate.nl/Corsair/Hydro-Series-H100i-RGB-PLATINUM-SE-waterkoeling/html/product/1551210) and replace my stock cooler with that one.

 

Thanks for the help though.

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