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    Posted: 27 Jan 2019 at 5:37pm
can some one tell me, what temp sensor should i look on for correct cpu temp? i have r5 2600, down below is screenshot from aida64 with temp sensors

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Hmm, maybe you want to check with hwinfo64 or Ryzen Master, too?

With non-X Ryzens Tctl = Tdie, and in your case 82C is waaay too hot? How does the CPU fan feels to the touch? Or the inside of the case?

AFAIK Ryzens had Tjmax = 75C? If yours is indeed running at 82C maybe it should have tripped thermal shutdown?
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It was under fpu stress test, at 4.1ghz cooling with noctua cooler
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hi, I've an x470, but I think is similar.

for us, tctrl add a fix offset of +10°C to tdie, it is used fot fan control .

tdie, i.e. 10°C less than tctrl, is the cpu temp.

CPU diode (smbus for me) is always 1°C around tctrl (+ o -, non fixed nor more than that), so I don't know if it's the same of tctrl, with some kind of delay/hysteresis, or is another sensor.

Under stress cpu is throttled to limit the temperature either to 85°C tctrl or 75°C tdie.

The cpu alone temp doesn't works (see also the first sticky post on fans and sensor triggering them).

For you cpu see the table on temperature reporting
[URL=here]https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/asrock-x470-taichi-review,8.html[/URL]
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X w/Wraith prism
x470 Taichi bios 3.43
16gb HX432C16PB3K2/16 (hynix H5AN8G8NCJR-UHC)
M.2 970 EVO, SATA SSD, 2 SATA HDD
AMD Radeon RX 580 8G OC
Linux Kernel 5.1
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