I've overclocked my Ryzen 7 1700 to 3.5Ghz with Vcore at 1.25, and I'm getting load temps in Ryzen Master of 81 degrees C whereas Speedfan is telling me it is 69 degrees C. I know that the 'X' models are supposed to have a 20 degree offset, but where is this 10 degree difference coming from?
Reply to Cody Baggett
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Speedfan is still not fixed for full Ryzen compatibility and may also show temperature at different place. Try HW Info program, it's accurate with Ryzen.
Reply to CountMike
I personally use CAM software from NZXT, a lot better than it used to be, and gives accurate temps and looks pretty.
Ryzen Master and CPUID HW Monitor are right choices for temperature checking. They show same temp.
Reply to TechnoStyle
Unfortunately CPU-ID HW Monitor is not free and trial version doesn't show all data payed version does. HWInfo is free and has even more data to show. https://www.hwinfo.com/download.php Ryzen has several temp sensors which all have to be considered.