Hi so I have this system: Mobo: ASRock B450 Pro4 (in the case 2 120mm fans running on 1000rpm) CPU: R5 2600 (non X) Ram: G.SKILL TridentZ Running at 3200mhz Cpu cooler: Arctic Freezer 33 Esports One the pc booted without problems at the first time no crashes no blue screen nothing, and I was having 48-53 °C in BIOS, and I found it weird, and then in windows when I was doing my first CPU stress test in AIDA64 after an hour max time settled on 91 °C and its kinda high i think so I needed to underclock my cpu to 3 Ghz to keep my temps under 70 °C max. my vrm temps are perfectly fine 30 to 45 °C and I tried multiple times my thermal paste installation, it is fine no air bubbles no leaks nothing, so I was wondering if its a Bios problem or voltage, I dont know that much about ryzen thats my first build with it.
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You shouldn't have to underclock the CPU with even the stock cooler, let alone that one. I suspect there's something wrong with the cooler installation.