Any ideas of what cpu temperature programs give the correct reading for a ryzen X processor ?

Hi, I have been using my 1800X for a few weeks now and I had to set a manual fan curve so the fans would stop ramping up if i did anything at all. Tonight i instead ran AIDA64 and took off my case door to feel my cpu cooler (Noctua NH-D15 AM4 edition) It felt cooler closet to the front and it feels barely warm, however when i feel the other heat sink it feels much warmer but not that hot where it wont burn me. The fans are only running at 500-700rpm with low noise adapters and I am sure the temps are fine just wanted to get an opinion on them.

AIDA64 says its running at 57C cpu, and cpu diode was at 95C

Cpu: 1800X 3.9ghz Vcore 1.345
Motherboard: Gigabyte X370
Case:570X (stock fan config)
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  1. CountMike said:


    Yes it still says i'm idling at 56-63C with Ryzen Master I am thinking the right heatsink might be cooler because of the three intake fans while the left is not reallly sucking up the cold air from them.
  2. LeKeiser said:


    says im running at 38C on idle and if i put any type of load it goes to 45C, they really need to work on there temperature software, as far as I know ryzen uses math algorithms to determine the cpu temperature.
  3. a39232 said:
    LeKeiser said:


    says im running at 38C on idle and if i put any type of load it goes to 45C, they really need to work on there temperature software, as far as I know ryzen uses math algorithms to determine the cpu temperature.


    As far as I know, they (AMD?) take 20° off the temp the soft used to give with its first version. Only the 1700x and 1800x has this "problem". I think the last HWInfo corrects it also.
    38° is a great idle temp, when you think it's an 8 cores processor :)
  4. LeKeiser said:
    a39232 said:
    LeKeiser said:


    says im running at 38C on idle and if i put any type of load it goes to 45C, they really need to work on there temperature software, as far as I know ryzen uses math algorithms to determine the cpu temperature.


    As far as I know, they (AMD?) take 20° off the temp the soft used to give with its first version. Only the 1700x and 1800x has this "problem". I think the last HWInfo corrects it also.
    38° is a great idle temp, when you think it's an 8 cores processor :)

    yea my fans are only at 520rpm on the cpu cooler . I'm sure its not going over 70C on full load I've stress tested it i haven't had a temperature issue.
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