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cwark18

Recently Bought a Ryzen 5 5600x and i'm using it with the stock cooler, but while i'm gaming the temperature is around 80-90 degrees is this normal or do i need to change something. it had preapplied thermal paste and the case is from a aqvin prebuilt that i'm upgrading.

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Kind of what I would expect on the Wraith Stealth depending on factors like case airflow.

 

As long as it's not throttling I wouldn't worry too much about it.

 

 

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22 minutes ago, cwark18 said:

Recently Bought a Ryzen 5 5600x and i'm using it with the stock cooler, but while i'm gaming the temperature is around 80-90 degrees is this normal or do i need to change something. it had preapplied thermal paste and the case is from a aqvin prebuilt that i'm upgrading.

The stock is kinda meh and the 5 5600x is a hot cpu , you should be fine however in Amd's site it says max temp is 95 so if it stays for  short periods on 90-95degrees you should be good.Id advise you to use a aftermarket air cooler tho.

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2 minutes ago, HoffmannMS said:

The stock is kinda meh and the 5 5600x is a hot cpu , you should be fine however in Amd's site it says max temp is 95 so if it stays for  short periods on 90-95degrees you should be good.Id advise you to use a aftermarket air cooler tho.

An aftermarket cooler is a great idea, especially for a cooler like this. I'm a little late to this post, but I have some recommendations for good cpu coolers. I personally use the Be Quiet! Pure Rock Slim 2 in my system, and it's a great cooler. It fits in a lot of smaller cases, and it cools my 12600k just fine. Another good option is the Cooler Master Hyper 212. It's not as small as the Pure Rock Slim 2, but it's still a great cooler. The mounting mechanism isn't the greatest, but it'll do the job. 

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Temps under load: CPU: Under Cinebench r23 looped for 30 minutes, temps reach around 60-67 C (140-152.6 F)

GPU: Under Fur Mark for 45 minutes, temps reach around 72-78 C (161.6-178.4 F)

 

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Temps under load: CPU: Under Cinebench r23 looped for 30 minutes, temps reach around 50-56 C (122-136.8 F)

GPU: Under Fur Mark for 45 minutes, temps reach around 69-73 C (156.2-163.4 F)

 

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Temps under load: CPU: Under Cinebench r20 looped for 30 minutes, temps reach around 87-92 C (188.6-197.6 F)

GPU: Under Fur Mark for 45 minutes, temps reach around 81-84 C (177.8-183.2 F)

 

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