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5800x 90c Cinebench r23

I cant figure out if the temperature is normal or abnormal. Googling around I see people with 80c while some are getting 90c on there 5800x. Idle is around 35c. The cooler used is a Noctua NH D15s.

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What application are you using to check thermals, what's your Vcore voltage at, what are your ambient temps and what other components are you using (mainly though case and fans, and how said fans are set up)?

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Just now, Mateyyy said:

What application are you using to check thermals, what's your Vcore voltage at, what are your ambient temps and what other components are you using (mainly though case and fans, and how said fans are set up)?

Using Ryzen Master, 1.39v, not sure about ambient and the case is a Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 with stock fans configuration.

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Just now, tp95112 said:

Using Ryzen Master, 1.39v, not sure about ambient and the case is a Cooler Master MasterBox TD500 with stock fans configuration.

1.39V at full load is rather high.

Try applying a negative voltage offset in the BIOS - start with -0.025V (-25mV), and move your way down to -0.050V, -0.075V and -0.100V, running Cinebench every time you drop the voltage to make sure you're not also losing performance.

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12 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

1.39V at full load is rather high.

Try applying a negative voltage offset in the BIOS - start with -0.025V (-25mV), and move your way down to -0.050V, -0.075V and -0.100V, running Cinebench every time you drop the voltage to make sure you're not also losing performance.

I didnt mess with voltages but after a restart and switching between pbo and auto oc, temperatures are back to 82c.Voltage is the same. Im just going to assume its a software bug or something? It still still reaches 4.7 on all cores during cinebench too.

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