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GeneralRe: AMD Ryzen and heat Pin
honey the codewitch23-Dec-21 6:34
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honey the codewitch24-Dec-21 3:52
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giulicard24-Dec-21 6:00
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Being a Ryzen 7 4750 I guess the scenario is that of a laptop. In that case, having never owned one with a Ryzen, I can't give you any suggestions. However, 65 ° C on the die is a more than the acceptable temperature for a fully loaded Ryzen 7. You have to see if it is a problem with your unit, or if other models of the same series are running all at that speed. In the first case, of course, your hardware has problems. Otherwise, in the latter case, it's a badly born laptop model built with components that are not harmonized with each other. Speaking of desktop PCs instead, I noticed that chipsets make a difference. For example, the X570 with a Ryzen 5000 has no problem pushing RAM to the max with the most extreme configurations while remaining stable all the time. Other chipsets, X470 and B550, on the other hand, are more sensitive to the type of RAM installed and in some cases, I had to lower the RAM clock a little. Personally, I prefer to mount MSI brand motherboards, the PRO or MAX series, but I also found the GigaBytes stable. However, lately, my experience is limited to AM4 Moterbords as I never mounted an Intel machine again after the first Ryzen 1000 has appeared.
GeneralRe: AMD Ryzen and heat Pin
honey the codewitch24-Dec-21 7:19
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