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AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Temperature Issues

I just got a ryzen 1600 cpu, along with the gigabyte ab350m-d3h motherboard, 8gb*2 kingston hyperx fury 2133 MHz ddr4 ram, 600W cooler master 80+ bronze psu and a corsair spec-01 mid tower gaming case. As u all know, 1600 comes with the stock cooler and from the reviews i have watched, it seems to have no temperature issues even when overclocked till 3.7 GHz. But when i push my cpu to 80-100% usage, like while encoding videos to HEVC, temperatures shoot up to 65 and even touch 70 degree celsius. I have not overclocked anything. Is this normal ? Im getting my temperature readings from HWinfo and AMD Ryzen Master, both read the same. So is it a temperature reading issue, as it is still a new CPU and maybe further updates might fix it? Or is it a genuine problem and i need to look into something else ? Thanks for ur replies :)
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  1. varunheracross said:
    I just got a ryzen 1600 cpu, along with the gigabyte ab350m-d3h motherboard, 8gb*2 kingston hyperx fury 2133 MHz ddr4 ram, 600W cooler master 80+ bronze psu and a corsair spec-01 mid tower gaming case. As u all know, 1600 comes with the stock cooler and from the reviews i have watched, it seems to have no temperature issues even when overclocked till 3.7 GHz. But when i push my cpu to 80-100% usage, like while encoding videos to HEVC, temperatures shoot up to 65 and even touch 70 degree celsius. I have not overclocked anything. Is this normal ? Im getting my temperature readings from HWinfo and AMD Ryzen Master, both read the same. So is it a temperature reading issue, as it is still a new CPU and maybe further updates might fix it? Or is it a genuine problem and i need to look into something else ? Thanks for ur replies :)


    I wouldnt say its a problem, my R7 1700 is hitting 60oC nearly, water cooled and overclocked.

    What are you idle temps like ?
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  2. Seanie280672 said:
    varunheracross said:
    I just got a ryzen 1600 cpu, along with the gigabyte ab350m-d3h motherboard, 8gb*2 kingston hyperx fury 2133 MHz ddr4 ram, 600W cooler master 80+ bronze psu and a corsair spec-01 mid tower gaming case. As u all know, 1600 comes with the stock cooler and from the reviews i have watched, it seems to have no temperature issues even when overclocked till 3.7 GHz. But when i push my cpu to 80-100% usage, like while encoding videos to HEVC, temperatures shoot up to 65 and even touch 70 degree celsius. I have not overclocked anything. Is this normal ? Im getting my temperature readings from HWinfo and AMD Ryzen Master, both read the same. So is it a temperature reading issue, as it is still a new CPU and maybe further updates might fix it? Or is it a genuine problem and i need to look into something else ? Thanks for ur replies :)


    I wouldnt say its a problem, my R7 1700 is hitting 60oC nearly, water cooled and overclocked.

    What are you idle temps like ?


    Idle Temperatures are around 45-50C. The ambient temperature outside is around 30-35C.
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  3. Given that your motherboard likely has the CPU set to a low RPM mode by default, those temps are fine. 70c isn't hot at all and the fans won't really kick into high gear until 75c.
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  4. thor220 said:
    Given that your motherboard likely has the CPU set to a low RPM mode by default, those temps are fine. 70c isn't hot at all and the fans won't really kick into high gear until 75c.


    Oh, i see. So looks like i need to set the cpu fans to max in the bios. And hey, isnt 70C hot for AMD? I know intel can run hotter, upto even 90-100, but I dont think AMD can. I previously had AMD FX 6300 and its max was around 70C, not sure about Ryzen though
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    varunheracross said:
    Seanie280672 said:
    varunheracross said:
    I just got a ryzen 1600 cpu, along with the gigabyte ab350m-d3h motherboard, 8gb*2 kingston hyperx fury 2133 MHz ddr4 ram, 600W cooler master 80+ bronze psu and a corsair spec-01 mid tower gaming case. As u all know, 1600 comes with the stock cooler and from the reviews i have watched, it seems to have no temperature issues even when overclocked till 3.7 GHz. But when i push my cpu to 80-100% usage, like while encoding videos to HEVC, temperatures shoot up to 65 and even touch 70 degree celsius. I have not overclocked anything. Is this normal ? Im getting my temperature readings from HWinfo and AMD Ryzen Master, both read the same. So is it a temperature reading issue, as it is still a new CPU and maybe further updates might fix it? Or is it a genuine problem and i need to look into something else ? Thanks for ur replies :)


    I wouldnt say its a problem, my R7 1700 is hitting 60oC nearly, water cooled and overclocked.

    What are you idle temps like ?


    Idle Temperatures are around 45-50C. The ambient temperature outside is around 30-35C.


    varunheracross said:
    thor220 said:
    Given that your motherboard likely has the CPU set to a low RPM mode by default, those temps are fine. 70c isn't hot at all and the fans won't really kick into high gear until 75c.


    Oh, i see. So looks like i need to set the cpu fans to max in the bios. And hey, isnt 70C hot for AMD? I know intel can run hotter, upto even 90-100, but I dont think AMD can. I previously had AMD FX 6300 and its max was around 70C, not sure about Ryzen though


    RyZen runs cooler, you could try removing the cooler, clean up, and reapply thermal paste, then reseat the cooler, just make sure it goes down flat and stays flat, 1 turn of each screw at a time until they are all completely done, but your ambient temps are quite high too.
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  6. Seanie280672 said:
    varunheracross said:
    Seanie280672 said:
    varunheracross said:
    I just got a ryzen 1600 cpu, along with the gigabyte ab350m-d3h motherboard, 8gb*2 kingston hyperx fury 2133 MHz ddr4 ram, 600W cooler master 80+ bronze psu and a corsair spec-01 mid tower gaming case. As u all know, 1600 comes with the stock cooler and from the reviews i have watched, it seems to have no temperature issues even when overclocked till 3.7 GHz. But when i push my cpu to 80-100% usage, like while encoding videos to HEVC, temperatures shoot up to 65 and even touch 70 degree celsius. I have not overclocked anything. Is this normal ? Im getting my temperature readings from HWinfo and AMD Ryzen Master, both read the same. So is it a temperature reading issue, as it is still a new CPU and maybe further updates might fix it? Or is it a genuine problem and i need to look into something else ? Thanks for ur replies :)


    I wouldnt say its a problem, my R7 1700 is hitting 60oC nearly, water cooled and overclocked.

    What are you idle temps like ?


    Idle Temperatures are around 45-50C. The ambient temperature outside is around 30-35C.


    varunheracross said:
    thor220 said:
    Given that your motherboard likely has the CPU set to a low RPM mode by default, those temps are fine. 70c isn't hot at all and the fans won't really kick into high gear until 75c.


    Oh, i see. So looks like i need to set the cpu fans to max in the bios. And hey, isnt 70C hot for AMD? I know intel can run hotter, upto even 90-100, but I dont think AMD can. I previously had AMD FX 6300 and its max was around 70C, not sure about Ryzen though


    RyZen runs cooler, you could try removing the cooler, clean up, and reapply thermal paste, then reseat the cooler, just make sure it goes down flat and stays flat, 1 turn of each screw at a time until they are all completely done, but your ambient temps are quite high too.

    Will give it a try too, if everything else fails
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  7. varunheracross said:
    thor220 said:
    Given that your motherboard likely has the CPU set to a low RPM mode by default, those temps are fine. 70c isn't hot at all and the fans won't really kick into high gear until 75c.


    Oh, i see. So looks like i need to set the cpu fans to max in the bios. And hey, isnt 70C hot for AMD? I know intel can run hotter, upto even 90-100, but I dont think AMD can. I previously had AMD FX 6300 and its max was around 70C, not sure about Ryzen though


    75c is it's max. 70c is hot and a bit surprising given your processor's TDP but nothing super unordinary. You can also apply good thermal paste to lower your figure by a bit. The paste that comes with Ryzen is too thick.
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  8. Ok I added two more 90 cfm 120mm fans to the case and now it's much better. Temperatures decreased by 5°C atleast. Thanks for all the suggestions :)
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  9. the ryzen 5 1600 does run around 46-52c. im running one with a hyper 212 evo. im looking to buy a thermalright truespirit 140, silverstone ar03, or a fsp windale 6.
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