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    Bios Temps

    Ok I know temps in Ryzen Master are -20 whatever it shows. So I decided to ask Amd support about temps anyhow, and they said the temp that the bios shows is the actual temp, and the max temp for the chip is 60c. My idle temp in the bios shows anywhere from 55c to 61c, close to what my Ryzen master shows 49c to 55c. Now I don't know whether the person at Amd is wrong, or they themselves don't even know. I'm using a 212 EVO with push/pull that ive been using forever and have been fine with on my previous 4790 which was around 30c idle. Anyone else with a CH seeing 55c to 61c in bios idle?

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    Power saving features are not active while in the BIOS, so higher temps are normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post
    Power saving features are not active while in the BIOS, so higher temps are normal.
    Yea I understand that, but the bios temp reads the same as Ryzen Master, and the Amd rep telling me the bios temp is actual and the max temp for the chip is 60c sounds a bit off to me. Ive never seen a bios temp higher than 30c in all my other builds throughout the years.

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    Yes, my Bios temps are similar, in the 55 - 60 range. About ten degrees higher than idle in windows. It goes above 80 in long Prime tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom71 View Post
    Yea I understand that, but the bios temp reads the same as Ryzen Master, and the Amd rep telling me the bios temp is actual and the max temp for the chip is 60c sounds a bit off to me. Ive never seen a bios temp higher than 30c in all my other builds throughout the years.
    AMD rep didn't know what he was talking about. Actual max temp is 95°C, where it will start throttling.

    Also, if you have a 1700X or 1800X your CPU might read 20°C higher (depending on your BIOS version). AMD wanted to make sure your fans were running faster so their XFR auto-overclocking was running as often as possible.

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    This offset is terrible for people trying to setup a silent system. Because the fan controller now cannot be setup as I want it to be.

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