Overclocking noob looking for guidance.

My cpu is a Ryzen 5 1600 with the the stock wraith spire cooler. I overclocked from 3.2ghz to 3.5ghz running at a 1.35 voltage. These were the results:

Fans:
http://imgur.com/N4BcT7r

Temps:
http://imgur.com/a/MWSzK

So, from this i noticed that the fans were very unpredictable and I have no idea why. Also im not sure if 65 degrees is a good temp for such a minor oc...

EDIT - CPUID Hardware Monitor is showing the fans are going up to 56784 RPM which obviously isnt possible
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  1. What is you multiplier, reference clock and core voltage? You want to increase the multiplier slowly, and when your syatem becomes unstable, increase the voltage. Liquid cooling is highly recommened but not essential. Lots of airflow needed. 65 degrees is reasonable IF that was the result from a benchmark or stress test. If that was the idle temperature....well....u better go back to default settings xD
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  2. northerngames said:
    What is you multiplier, reference clock and core voltage? You want to increase the multiplier slowly, and when your syatem becomes unstable, increase the voltage. Liquid cooling is highly recommened but not essential. Lots of airflow needed. 65 degrees is reasonable IF that was the result from a benchmark or stress test. If that was the idle temperature....well....u better go back to default settings xD

    That was 100% cpu usage. Its more the fans im worried about.
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  3. bTurtel said:
    northerngames said:
    What is you multiplier, reference clock and core voltage? You want to increase the multiplier slowly, and when your syatem becomes unstable, increase the voltage. Liquid cooling is highly recommened but not essential. Lots of airflow needed. 65 degrees is reasonable IF that was the result from a benchmark or stress test. If that was the idle temperature....well....u better go back to default settings xD

    That was 100% cpu usage. Its more the fans im worried about.


    Is ur fan control working? Perhaps switching it would work. Otherwise, manually set it to a certain speed so it doesnt fluctuate. Software such as MSI AfterBruner can help you manually determine the fan speed so it will stay consistant and thus prevent fluctuations. 65 degrees is fairly cool so not to worry.
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