Amd Ryzen 5 Temperature Monitor

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New: AMD Ryzen 3000 series support. New: Full multi-monitor DPI awareness support. Fix: Core Temp randomly freezes during startup. Fix: Improve AMD Zacate APU support. Version 1.14 – 18th May, 2019. Fix Ryzen max temperature spikes. Fix Ryzen APU frequency detection. Fix: Incorrect frequency detection on some UEFI enabled systems. A simple how toDisclaimer: There are many such ways to do this. If you need per core temperatures and/or better support for AMD Zen 2 CPUs, they will be available in 4.21 kernel release – hopefully by the end of Q1'2019. More info on Phoronix. UPDATE: 4.21 just became 5.0 with the 5.0-rc1 release. Re: Computer temperature - AMD Ryzen 5 3600 A Ryzen 5 2600 I assembled recently would get warm under load up to 80°C, enough that I could feel the hot air away from the box. The thing was the default CPU fan profile in UEFI, it would only kick in full speed at temperatures above 70°.

Is your AMD CPU overheating? Find out what are the normal and safe AMD CPU temperatures for Ryzen processors.

The following temperatures are recorded at default CPU clock speeds using AMD bundled stock coolers.

  • Idle Temp - Computer idling at Windows desktop (no open windows or programs)
  • Load Temp - Computer under heavy use (heavy gaming, video editing, virtualization, stress test)
  • Max Temp - Maximum temperature before CPU begins to throttle

To help you compare AMD CPU temperatures, we have included the temperatures of popular low end, mid end, high end processors for each generation.

Recommended CPU Coolers

Budget Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo

High End Cooler: Noctua NH-D15 Chromax Black

Low Profile Cooler: Noctua NH-L9i (Intel) / Noctua NH-9La-AM4 (AMD)

AMD CPU Temps - Ryzen 2

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

Ryzen 3 3300X

32 to 45°C

53 to 72°C

95°C

Ryzen 5 3600

35 to 45°C

56 to 75°C

95°C

Ryzen 7 3700X

35 to 50°C

60 to 75°C

95°C

Stock Cooler: Ryzen 3 3300X - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 5 3600 - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 7 3700X - Wraith Prism LED

AMD CPU Temps - Ryzen+

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

Ryzen 5 2600

30 to 42°C

59 to 71°C

95°C

Ryzen 7 2700X

31 to 43°C

62 to 75°C

85°C

Stock Cooler: Ryzen 5 2600 - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 7 2700X - Wraith Prism LED

AMD APU Temps - Ryzen+

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

Ryzen 3 3200G

28 to 41°C

53 to 72°C

95°C

Ryzen 5 3400G

32 to 40°C

50 to 75°C

95°C

Stock Cooler: Ryzen 3 3200G - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 5 3400G - Wraith Spire

AMD CPU Temps - Ryzen

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

Ryzen 3 1300X

32 to 38°C

49 to 71°C

95°C

Ryzen 5 1600

30 to 35°C

50 to 64°C

95°C

Ryzen 7 1700

35 to 44°C

50 to 65°C

95°C

Stock Cooler: Ryzen 3 1300X - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 5 1600 - Wraith Spire, Ryzen 7 1700 - Wraith Spire LED

AMD APU Temps - Ryzen

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

Ryzen 3 2200G

33 to 40°C

55 to 75°C

95°C

Ryzen 5 2400G

28 to 39°C

55 to 75°C

95°C

Stock Cooler: Ryzen 3 2200G - Wraith Stealth, Ryzen 5 2400G - Wraith Stealth

AMD APU Temps - Kaveri

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

A6-7400K

28 to 35°C

50 to 63°C

70°C

A10-7850K

28 to 33°C

49 to 60°C

72.4°C

AMD APU Temps - Richland

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

A6-6400K

28 to 37°C

49 to 57°C

70°C

A10-6800K

28 to 35°C

50 to 55°C

74°C

Ryzen 5 Cpu Temperature

AMD APU Temps - Trinity

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

A6-5400K

25 to 35°C

45 to 55°C

70°C

A10-5800K

28 to 35°C

50 to 55°C

74°C

AMD CPU Temps - Piledriver

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

FX-4300

30 to 35°C

45 to 55°C

61°C

FX-6300

35 to 40°C

50 to 60°C

61°C

FX-8350

30 to 40°C

50 to 55°C

61°C

AMD CPU Temps - Bulldozer

Idle Temp

Load Temp

Max Temp

FX-4100

35 to 40°C

50 to 60°C

70°C

FX-6100

30 to 35°C

45 to 55°C

70°C

FX-8150

30 to 35°C

50 to 58°C

61°C

How to Lower Your AMD CPU Temperature

Upgrade Your CPU Cooler

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Swapping out the default heatsink fan is the most effective method of lowering your AMD CPU temperatures - A good budget CPU cooler will drop load temperatures by 6 to 10°C, while a high end cooler is going to slash temperatures by 15 to 30°C during heavy use.

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Another plus is that most aftermarket CPU coolers are quieter than stock ones so it helps to cut down your PC noise levels.

While AMD deserves a lot of credit for bundling their CPUs with superior and better looking coolers (even the humble Wraith Stealth outperforms Intel's stock cooler), you will still need an aftermarket cooler if you intend to overclock or run CPU-intensive tasks around the clock.

Change Your Thermal Paste

Replacing the thermal paste between the CPU and cooler is another proven method to cut down your AMD CPU temperatures. For less than $10, you can get a proper tube of thermal compound that is reusable and will lower your temps by 3 to 6°C on average - Click here to find out what is the best thermal paste for your needs.

How to apply thermal paste: Wipe off the old thermal paste, then squeeze a small gob of the new paste on the center of the CPU (see below). There's no need to spread it because the cooler's weight and processor's heat will distribute it evenly over time.

Delid Your CPU - Not Recommended

Delidding is the forbidden technique of removing the CPU's heat spreader to replace the thermal compound inside. Since this risky operation involves prying open CPU's the outermost shell, its warranty will be voided plus there is a real chance of damaging the chip.

While hardcore overclockers and daredevil enthusiasts have reported 10 to 15°C lower temps after delidding some CPUs, we do NOT recommend it because even famous overclockers like der8auer has sacrificed numerous processors doing it.

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Overview

The AMD RyzenTM Master Monitoring SDK is a public distribution that allows software developers to add processor and memory functions to their own utility in conjunction with AMD AM4 RyzenTM processor products. This SDK is the gold standard for reliable and relevant AMD RyzenTM processor metrics. Overall, the AMD RyzenTM Master Monitoring SDK includes ~20 API calls which captures ~35 individual functions.

Features

The AMD RyzenTM Master Monitoring SDK provides the same function calls for reading static and dynamic processor information as is used in the full AMD RyzenTM Master software but is a subset of these function calls that provides read-only access to valuable processor metrics and data. A full readme file (.chm) is included that details all the information on how to setup and use this SDK along with a pre-built sample application with source code and Visual Studio solutions that demonstrate the usage of the API calls.

Examples of functions included:

  • Processor Information : Type, Vendor, Package
  • Cache/Core Information : L1, L2, L3, core counts
  • Memory Information : VDDIO, RAS, CAS, Read Address-to-Column Delay, Row Pre-Charge Delay
  • Current and Power: EDC (A), TDC (A), PPT (W), Average Core Voltage (ACV), Temperature, Voltage, CPU Active State Info
  • Speeds: Effective Frequency, Peak Speed, Fabric Clock, Memory Clock

Usage Notes

  • The API call (GetCPUParameters) included in this SDK should only be called once per second to avoid impacting the load on the SMU. Calls made faster may impact the results.
  • Tools created using this SDK should be run exclusively with other (similar) tools to avoid impacting the load on the system. Running multiple tools that access similar calls may impact the data captured.

Known Issues

  • Please make sure the Ryzen Master UI (if running) is closed prior to installing/uninstalling this monitoring SDK.

Products Supported*

AMD RyzenTM 3000 Series CPU and Threadripper Processors

AMD AthlonTM 3000G Series Processors with Graphics

*Plans to support additional products will be provided and updated in a timely manner.

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