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Go to and get Clocktuner2. Read and follow the setup instructions exactly, they are pretty simple but necessary.

What that'll do is setup priority load ranges and lower voltages. In affect it'll OC the cores by lowering temps. Ryzens lower clock speeds on individual cores starting at 60°C, so running higher voltages means higher temps, loss of performance. CT2 lowers VID need, which lowers the vcore/SVI2 down to optimized settings for your particular cpu. Default bios settings are set for Any cpu, not yours.

It's not actual overclock as such, if anything it's effectively an undervolt, but Ryzens see lower voltages and therefore lower temps and greater headroom for boosts per core.

On my 3700x, cinebench r20 went from 3753 at stock settings and 84°C to 5010 and 62°C with CT2. Stock settings were seeing 3.7-3.8GHz all core with upto 4.2GHz for 2 cores, to 4.28GHz all core, and 4.4GHz with 4 cores.

SVI2 went from 1.42v down to 1.232v.

Results will vary depending on how you want to setup load ranges, mine is set for stock at 18% or below, high performance multiple cores for 60% and below, and all core at 61% and above since all my games run @ 55% usage at best and don't use all cores. That gives me lowest temps gaming and highest performance possible at max boost on the cores that are used, without boosting unused cores unnecessarily.

It's set to run automatically with windows boot, and now it's done, I ignore it completely, haven't looked at it in months, no need to. It acts as a Ryzen when it should, and an OC Intel when I tell it it needs to.



Hello, I've recently finished up my gaming PC and I have a problem with 5800X, its pretty hot. I've done some research on the internet and apparently out of all cpu's from the new series, this one is specificly 15-20 C hotter than the others, sadly. Currently I'm playing WoW, with max settings and the CPU temp is around 70 in world and 65 ish during raids, and that for World of Warcraft which is not the most demanding game out there, I didn't had time to test it in other games. Considering my case is Fractal R6 Define edition, I've replaced the stock fans with 3 noctuas and the CPU cooler is also noctua, NH-U12A, basicaly my cooling is pretty high-end, hitting that these kind of temp is pretty bad In my opinion. In cinebench test, with out of the stock settings and with fans running at 100%, the temps I get are around 84-85 C, which is insanely hot in my opinion, considering that 5900X is a better CPU, I've read on the interent that is hitting in cinebench around 69 C......

So, to solve this, because I don't like having my fans running at 100% all the time, is too noisy, I want to lower the CPU temps by other means, I've tried to downclock my CPU basically and I've got the results I wanted in terms of temp, by using AMD Ryzen Master and by BIOS, but there is one problem. Doesn't matter if I use Ryzen Master or BIOS to reduce the frequency and voltage for my cpu, if I change the frequency by any value, the frequency then remains stuck at that value even in idle. Running at 4,5GHz in idle, seems pointless to me and I don't even know if that a good thing to have your CPU running constantly at that maximum speed you set it. I've watched Jaytwocents video about undervolting and underclocking and the only thing he mentioned about this, is that you should have your power plans in windows to balance, but mine already are and the frequency doesn't want to drop to anything lower than I set it. 

So is there a way to fix it? Can I only set the maximum CPU frequency that it can reach, for example I want to set it to reach max 4,5GHz (but not remain stuck at it, even in idle) so I can lower the voltage and thus getting lower temps?

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AMD views Ryzen 5000 CPU temperatures up to 95C as ‘typical and by design’

AMD is not freaking out over its latest generation Zen 3 processors hitting higher temperatures than what users might be accustomed to, or comfortable with, based on temp characteristics of prior generation CPUs. In certain instances, a Ryzen 5000 series CPU may run at 90C or even 95C, which is "typical and by design," according to AMD.

That said, if your idle temps are in the 90C range, or even close to that point, you have a cooling problem—maybe you forgot to apply thermal paste or have your home's thermostat set to 9th Circle of Hell. But at full load? It's just another day at the beach for Zen 3.

In a Reddit post (via HardwareTimes), a user posted an exchange they had with Robert Hallock, director of technical marketing at AMD, about CPU temps as they related to the Ryzen 5000 series. The post is several weeks old and managed to go under our radar until now, but is still relevant and interesting (especially since the bigger focus right now is actually finding a Ryzen 5000 CPU in stock).

The user asked Hallock if "we have to change our understanding of what is 'good' and 'desirable' when it comes to CPU temps for Zen 3." In short, the answer is yes, sort of. But Hallock provided a longer answer, explaining that 90C is normal a Ryzen 9 5950X (16C/32T, up to 4.9GHz), Ryzen 9 5900X (12C/24T, up to 4.8GHz), and Ryzen 7 5800X (8C/16T, up to 4.7GHz) at full load, and 95C is normal for the Ryzen 5 5600X (6C/12T, up to 4.6GHz) when spinning its wheels as fast as they will go.

"Yes. I want to be clear with everyone that AMD views temps up to 90C (5800X/5900X/5950X) and 95C (5600X) as typical and by design for full load conditions. Having a higher maximum temperature supported by the silicon and firmware allows the CPU to pursue higher and longer boost performance before the algorithm pulls back for thermal reasons," Hallock said.

"Is it the same as Zen 2 or our competitor? No. But that doesn't mean something is 'wrong.' These parts are running exactly as-designed, producing the performance results we intend," Hallock continued.

AMD has been forthcoming about this, even if the temperature profiles of Ryzen 5000 CPUs have not received a ton of attention. The same temps are mentioned in one of AMD's slides. Have a look:

AMD breaks it down by cooler type. Note that of the Ryzen 5000 CPUs that have been released so far, only the Ryzen 5 5600X comes with a stock cooling solution. If you venture out on your own and pick up an "entry level cooler"—one with a TDP rating that is about the same as your CPU—you could see temps of around 80-95C at full load. And with some all-in-one liquid coolers, hitting 85C would be normal in AMD's eyes.

"No user intervention required," AMD's slide says of these situations.

None of this means you will necessarily witness temps spike to 90C or above. When we evaluated the Ryzen 9 5900, we found "nothing alarming to report" in regards to temps—it peaked at 81C, which is comparable with the Ryzen 9 3900XT.

It is definitely something to be aware of, though, if building a PC around a Ryzen 5000 series CPU (and getting lucky enough to actually find one for purchase).

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