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Ryzen 5 2600 CPU Temps......

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High temperatures are not inherently a problem. CPU's will automaticallly throttle back if they overheat (if that hasn't been disabled), or shut down if the temps become critical.

Tjmax for a Ryzen 5 2600 is 95 deg C.

So recently I've noticed my temps have increased and i was curious so i went ahead and did a stress test and here is what i did:

first off i have the glass panel off and i have the stock cooler, mind you it has been 3 years since i bought it never changed my thermal paste

and also keep in mind i have it underclocked at 2.8 Ghz

i did for the first 5 mins a stress test with a house fan directly facing into the pc and the temp was sitting at 71 degrees 100% load

however, once i removed the fan and left it for another 5 mins the temps had risen to 81-83 as shown in the pictures

 

although when im gaming like playing gta 5 highest graphics full load as well they rise to 90

and my idle temperature is 45-50 with 3-6 % load

 

so is this temperature fine for my pc at full load and are my idle temperatures good (its hot where i live mid day it reaches 42 degrees and room temperature is usually 30) ? 

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High temperatures are not inherently a problem. CPU's will automaticallly throttle back if they overheat (if that hasn't been disabled), or shut down if the temps become critical.

Tjmax for a Ryzen 5 2600 is 95 deg C.

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alright thanks, i'll definitely try to change the thermal paste as well 

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