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AMD views Ryzen 5000 CPU temperatures up to 95C as ‘typical and by design’

AMD views Ryzen 5000 CPU temperatures up to 95C as ‘typical and by design’

AMD is not freaking out over its latest generation Zen 3 processors hitting higher temperatures than what users might be accustomed to, or comfortable with, based on temp characteristics of prior generation CPUs. In certain instances, a Ryzen 5000 series CPU may run at 90C or even 95C, which is “typical and by design,” according to AMD.

That said, if your idle temps are in the 90C range, or even close to that point, you have a cooling problem—maybe you forgot to apply thermal paste or have your home’s thermostat set to 9th Circle of Hell. But at full load? It’s just another day at the beach for Zen 3.

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