Quote Reply Topic: Ideal temp when idle and gaming with i7 9700k? Posted: 21 Feb 2020 at 3:49am So I just upgraded to a new motherboard, cpu, ram and cooler last couple days ago and I was just wondering if my new setup or should I say cpu's temp is behaving at the right phase because I'm not so sure myself either.
Exchange cpu? Box change? Of aio? , I've been testing for more than 1 week that I have decided to comment on If you have that much cooling and that is your idle temp, something isn't set up right. Generally my system doesn't ideal much because its usually doing at least some kind of task if not a...
Your idle temps completely depend on your cooling and ambient temp. Load temps are what matters if and ideally, they'll stay below 62C which is AMD's recommended max. You may experience thermal throttling past this point but up to 70C is generally considered safe. The CPU will automatically halt if it gets hot to the point that damage can be done.
My CPU temperature is around 55 °C when idle! When I play some game, it reaches almost 70 degrees celcius!! My city is really hot these days, and my computer is feeling it! Im worried, is it too high? I think my computer was never so hot!!
The temperature starts at 72°C with a single CPU running at 100% in turbo mode of 3200 MHz. Then turbo is switched off and temp drops 10°C to 62°C with a non-turbo speed of 2600 MHz. 10 seconds later turbo is turned back on and temperatures immediately spike back up to 72°C.
resulted ina reduction of the CPU temperature from 59° C to 47° C. Additionally many CPUs may be throttled, which effectively forces the processor to be inactive during some part of each second. Throttling is
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 50 degrees at idle. When i max it out, it pops up to 90c. At idle, you should expect to see temperatures between 35 and 50°C (95-122F), and when playing games or running any apps which put a high load on the CPU, you should expect them to rise to 60-85°C (140-185F). Specs: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 6x 3.
This is a very typical question, and there is no straight answer. It completely depends on the CPU you have. Different CPU's operate at different temperatures. If you want an overall ballpark for new CPU's released less than 5 years ago, I would s...
Mar 19, 2020 · Idle doesn't matter too much unless load temps are too high. If your load temps were hitting thermal limits, then you'd look to idle temps to determine if it was a paste issue. Those temps, while not amazing and not optimal, are not affecting the performance of the chip under load which is the main concern.