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My CPU was too high temperature standing at 50 degree above. Is it okay? I haven't played any game, i just turn on the system and run into the window and open the tool to check. I'm afraid my system will be over.

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System stable, as in, you have a building for keeping livestock which belongs to a system of some sort?
Honestly though, looks fine. Check for background processes trashing your CPU.
 
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knowing what case would help determine if there is an airflow problem. Temps above 50 at idle could be caused by dust and dirt inside so pics will help here.
 
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We need more data....but honestly those temps do not look bad considering that is summer and if I could guess probably hot where you living atm....anyway give us more specs do some benchmarks and then post your maximum and average temps....gl
 
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Your system is perfectly stable for now. :)
Run a game and see how hot CPU gets when loaded?
 

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I don't see any problem there, 50C idle is more than fine for a 3/4gen Ryzen. Mine runs much hotter and I ain't still worried at all.

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knowing what case would help determine if there is an airflow problem. Temps above 50 at idle could be caused by dust and dirt inside so pics will help here.
i certainly agree with you. I have cleaned my PC last week. Maybe my cleaning wasn't perfect. Omitting CPU this part that I haven't deeply clean and removed the the top of fans, which is be quite's fan. I don't know how to clean it. Using tissue and alcohol together and press the cpu's surface? For this part can I know any steps?

System stable, as in, you have a building for keeping livestock which belongs to a system of some sort?
Honestly though, looks fine. Check for background processes trashing your CPU.
The pc was put into my room. Nothing affecting my PC.

We need more data....but honestly those temps do not look bad considering that is summer and if I could guess probably hot where you living atm....anyway give us more specs do some benchmarks and then post your maximum and average temps....gl
I have updated my specs with my icon below.

I don't see any problem there, 50C idle is more than fine for a 3/4gen Ryzen. Mine runs much hotter and I ain't still worried at all.

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I don't know how to clean it. Using tissue and alcohol together and press the cpu's surface? For this part can I know any steps?
Not even joking but I've been using just toilet paper to wipe the old paste away as long I've been building PCs (17+ years).
 
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Your system is perfectly stable for now. :)
Run a game and see how hot CPU gets when loaded?
Loaded in a game and is shown 60 degree.
 

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Loaded in a game and is shown 60 degree.
Not bad at all. Mine goes ~90C when gaming though I have a temporary cooler (Cryorig C7 RGB) as my waterpump died so I have to use this until I get cash.
 
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Hi,
Your minimum cpu temperature is very high looks to be 50c max is 58c so this is whack off
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Loaded in a game and is shown 60 degree.
That's seems perfectly normal you can also try to run some more demanding CPU tests and see what is your max temp when your CPU is working under more pressure on 100% load...someting like Cinebench,Prime 95,passmark test,aida....
 

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He is using a be quiet! Pure Rock Slim 2 which has a 92 mm fan so 60 degree C is fine.
 
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Nobody here can truthfully claim your system is stable. It is not sitting in front of them. It is sitting in front of you so only you can tell us if it is stable.

So is it? Does it suddenly lock up? Reboot? Shut down? Stutter (in audio or video)? Throttle back in speed? Display artifacts? If the answers are "no" to all those, then your system is most likely stable.

There's nothing wrong with your temps. Even 50°C is fine. What matters is your temps when your system is tasked. So as suggested above, play a demanding game or perform the tasks you regularly perform and watch your temps.

So how do you watch your temps while using your computer? I use and recommend Core Temp for that.

I have cleaned my PC last week. Maybe my cleaning wasn't perfect. Omitting CPU this part that I haven't deeply clean and removed the the top of fans, which is be quite's fan. I don't know how to clean it. Using tissue and alcohol together and press the cpu's surface?
It doesn't have to be perfect. You just need to make sure there is not a blanket of heat trapping dust covering everything, that the fan vents are clear, and your heatsink fins are not caked with dust.

I do NOT recommend changing the TIM (thermal interface material) on your CPU. If yours was bad, even your idle temps would be bad. And TIM does not just go bad. It can easily last 5, 10 or more years AS LONG AS the cured bond between the mating surfaces is not broken. And that does not happen unless the cooler is removed, or the computer is handled roughly. If you "need" the few degrees a fresh application of TIM might provide to keep from crossing over thermal protection thresholds, you are already too close to those thresholds and you have other, more urgent cooling issues to deal with first - like case cooling.
 

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So how do you watch your temps while using your computer? I use and recommend Core Temp for that.
The OP is using HWInfo64 just like I do and it's the best monitoring software I've used.
 
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The OP is using HWInfo64 just like I do and it's the best monitoring software I've used.
I use it too. But unfortunately, it does not have a real-time system tray applet. That's why I use and recommend Core Temp. It lets you keep watch all the time, without having an open window taking up monitor space.
 
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As mentioned by Bill_Bright, I can't assess whether or not your system is stable. Only you can judge that.

The CPU is running hot on idle which is peculiar since this is a 65W TDP Ryzen part. I would expect a 3600 to run 37-43°C while idling. My guess is that there is either a mechanical thermal interface problem (improperly mounted heatsink or poorly applied thermal paste), a software problem (poorly configured fan curve) or possibly both.

Based on the HWiNFO grab and the motherboard's various temperature sensors (other than the CPU), it appears that this case is properly ventilated which I would expect from this mesh-front Phanteks case. All of the temp sensors are fairly normal looking for a micro-ITX B550 mobo in a quality mid-tower case -- maybe a couple of degrees higher because the CPU is blowing off extra heat into the case.
 

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Like I said, 50C isn't anything on Ryzen 3/4gen. Also, the 65W TDP is totally a joke as when you enable PBO, you can kiss that 65W goodbye.
 
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Like I said, 50C isn't anything on Ryzen 3/4gen. Also, the 65W TDP is totally a joke as when you enable PBO, you can kiss that 65W goodbye.
Plus, ambient (room) temperature can play a huge influence on idle temps too.
 
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Like I said, 50C isn't anything on Ryzen 3/4gen. Also, the 65W TDP is totally a joke as when you enable PBO, you can kiss that 65W goodbye.
We're assessing the OP's system while it is idling. What happens when the CPU is maxxed out is not the topic of discussion here.

I am typing this on a Ryzen 3700X with PBO enabled. The CPU PPT idles around 14 W and peaks at 105 W during a Cinebench R23 test or Handbrake encode.

My CPU idles around 33° C in a SFF case (the NZXT H1), a couple of degrees cooler in the winter, a couple of degrees warm during the summer. Note that many CPU analyses measure CPU temperature deltas over ambient. It's not like a 3° C increase in ambient will result in a 10 °C increase in CPU temperature.
 
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Not even joking but I've been using just toilet paper to wipe the old paste away as long I've been building PCs (17+ years).
17 years old built your PC. You are very smart. When I'm 17 years old. I'm just a lazy guy and stupid.

Not bad at all. Mine goes ~90C when gaming though I have a temporary cooler (Cryorig C7 RGB) as my waterpump died so I have to use this until I get cash.
Your system is stable than mine.

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Your minimum cpu temperature is very high looks to be 50c max is 58c so this is whack off
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so, what's wrong? any solution?

That's seems perfectly normal you can also try to run some more demanding CPU tests and see what is your max temp when your CPU is working under more pressure on 100% load...someting like Cinebench,Prime 95,passmark test,aida....
Cinebench,Prime 95,passmark test,aida....
Do you mean these are the test software of CPU?

He is using a be quiet! Pure Rock Slim 2 which has a 92 mm fan so 60 degree C is fine.
SO, does it wrong?

Nobody here can truthfully claim your system is stable. It is not sitting in front of them. It is sitting in front of you so only you can tell us if it is stable.

So is it? Does it suddenly lock up? Reboot? Shut down? Stutter (in audio or video)? Throttle back in speed? Display artifacts? If the answers are "no" to all those, then your system is most likely stable.

There's nothing wrong with your temps. Even 50°C is fine. What matters is your temps when your system is tasked. So as suggested above, play a demanding game or perform the tasks you regularly perform and watch your temps.

So how do you watch your temps while using your computer? I use and recommend Core Temp for that.


It doesn't have to be perfect. You just need to make sure there is not a blanket of heat trapping dust covering everything, that the fan vents are clear, and your heatsink fins are not caked with dust.

I do NOT recommend changing the TIM (thermal interface material) on your CPU. If yours was bad, even your idle temps would be bad. And TIM does not just go bad. It can easily last 5, 10 or more years AS LONG AS the cured bond between the mating surfaces is not broken. And that does not happen unless the cooler is removed, or the computer is handled roughly. If you "need" the few degrees a fresh application of TIM might provide to keep from crossing over thermal protection thresholds, you are already too close to those thresholds and you have other, more urgent cooling issues to deal with first - like case cooling.

What's wrong with my Case cooling?

3 fans is in front
2 fans in top
1 fan at rear

top fan

<-rear fan (case) <- 3 fans

As mentioned by Bill_Bright, I can't assess whether or not your system is stable. Only you can judge that.

The CPU is running hot on idle which is peculiar since this is a 65W TDP Ryzen part. I would expect a 3600 to run 37-43°C while idling. My guess is that there is either a mechanical thermal interface problem (improperly mounted heatsink or poorly applied thermal paste), a software problem (poorly configured fan curve) or possibly both.

Based on the HWiNFO grab and the motherboard's various temperature sensors (other than the CPU), it appears that this case is properly ventilated which I would expect from this mesh-front Phanteks case. All of the temp sensors are fairly normal looking for a micro-ITX B550 mobo in a quality mid-tower case -- maybe a couple of degrees higher because the CPU is blowing off extra heat into the case.
Maybe too many dust stuck to the CPU fan.

We're assessing the OP's system while it is idling. What happens when the CPU is maxxed out is not the topic of discussion here.

I am typing this on a Ryzen 3700X with PBO enabled. The CPU PPT idles around 14 W and peaks at 105 W during a Cinebench R23 test or Handbrake encode.

My CPU idles around 33° C in a SFF case (the NZXT H1), a couple of degrees cooler in the winter, a couple of degrees warm during the summer. Note that many CPU analyses measure CPU temperature deltas over ambient. It's not like a 3° C increase in ambient will result in a 10 °C increase in CPU temperature.
My worried is over. I'm going to clean the CPU and find out the result. I'm not sure if these are too many dust, I just use the toile paper to swipe out the dust.
 

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17 years old built your PC. You are very smart. When I'm 17 years old. I'm just a lazy guy and stupid.
What I meant was that I've been building PCs for over 17 years. I was 14 when I had my first custom PC from junk which I upgraded and overclocked etc., I'm 31 now.

I was already soldering voltmods etc at 16 :laugh:
 
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