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AnswerRe: AMD Ryzen and heat Pin
ElectronProgrammer23-Dec-21 5:52
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giulicard24-Dec-21 1:33
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65 °C is very good if the CPU is running with all CCXs under full load. In recent years, for me and for friends and family, I have always assembled machines with Ryzen (from the 1000 version up to the latest 5000). I didn't experience any stability issues, except when the RAM was used out of specification. Sometimes 100 KHz too much on the RAM is enough to make a system unstable: then you have to play with the overclocking parameters to bring the system back to stability, but in my opinion, it is almost never worth it.

But, always always always, before buying the pieces, check their compatibility and glean in the forums looking for any problems with certain combinations. Obviously, opinions on the web must always be taken "cum grano salis".

For Ryzen CPU / APU with 65W of TDP usually, the supplied heatsink is sufficient. For versions with 105W of TDP, if the CPUs are always under stress, it is better to adopt more performing heatsinks.

However, at around 95 degrees (or slightly less) the CCXs slow down themselves.
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