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Old 23-02-21, 10:49 PM
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Do these number look correct?

I have a Ryzen 5 3600 running stock and have a Noctua NH-D14 on it as the cooler.

Idle temps are in the mid to high 30's C with room ambient temp on average 23C


Today I decided to convert some video files in AnyVideoConverter

Under the workload of processing the video, I noticed my temps running at 71C to 73C with a room ambient temp of 23C.

Is this a normal temp for this CPU with a D14 on it? I have plenty of airflow in the case.

I ran RyzenMaster and see that the values for PPT and EDC are Redliningat almost max value. Is this normal under a workload of video processing? I am still new to this stuff and do not have a good understanding of these values. Does this look normal or is there any changes in settings I should be making? Pic included below..
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I notice in HWiNFO64 one entry that is always red. It is the "Power Reporting Deviation (accuracy)" value. it is always hovering in the 86 to 89% range when I guess it is supposed to be up in the mid-90s? Is this anything to be concerned with?


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Old 24-02-21, 01:27 AM
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Post your full spec, whats your fan RPM ? 3600's on average do run hotter than the better binned chips like 3900/3950...
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Old 24-02-21, 08:36 AM
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D14? Quite the old cooler by today's standards so I'd probably say it's expected. At one time I had a NH-U14S on my Ryzen 3900X and the results weren't pretty (if I recall it hit about 85C with Cinebench R20 in a loop)
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Old 25-02-21, 01:29 AM
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Post your full spec, whats your fan RPM ? 3600's on average do run hotter than the better binned chips like 3900/3950...
All fans are 3 pin so running at full speed. I believe the push 120mm is 1300rpm and the pull 140mm is 1200rpm (+/- 10%) CPU idle now is 32C with ambient room temp 24c

Which full spec do you mean?

The full HWiNFO60 values display or the pc components?
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