Are the AMD Ryzen processors too hot or have heating issues?

CPU heating issues

First of all, I don't know if the Intel processors are hot or whether there is a heating issue. If you look at the specifics, Intel is supposed to be hotter than AMD. Because Intel 8/9/10 generation processors are built-in 14 nanometers as usual.

On the other hand, AMD Ryzen 1/2/3 generation processors are built-in 14/12/7 nanometers. And we know that the smaller the nanometer in any processor, the more transistors will be used in that processor. Then the transistor size will be smaller. And if there are more transistors, that processor consumes less and gets less heat. The 4th and 5th generations have already come out.

On the other hand, if there are more nanometers, the number of transistors will be more and the transistor size will be bigger. As a result, power consumption will be more and hits will be more.

In this way, we can say that AMD Ryzen processors are less hit than Intel's processors. Since Intel 10th generation processors are made in 14 nanometers, on the other hand, AMD Ryzen 3rd generation processors are made in 8 nanometers.

Now the question may come then why listen to AMD Ryzen processor heating issue?

First of all, why don't you listen to the heating issue about Intel? The reason is that no good stock cooler comes with an Intel processor ... As a result, 99 out of 100 Intel processors use a good quality aftermarket CPU cooler. And a brand's aftermarket cooler is much better than a stock cooler. Here everyone uses an aftermarket cooler according to his work and budget.


You can't overclock all Intel processors even if you want to. Intel has a specific model that will have an unlocked processor and you can overclock if you want. (The model name of the processor of Intel with K written on it is unlocked) So now those who take this K means the unlocked processor will definitely take a good aftermarket cooler. And the rest will take aftermarket cooler but those processors will run at normal speed.

Now you can tell why Intel processors have Boost Speed ​​or are it of no use? 

Yes, it works, but you can't use it all the time. As we do by overclocking. It only works when the processor is overloaded and the processor thinks it needs more speed. Come and understand.
 Another thing you will see about Intel is that except for the 10th generation of Intel, the cores and threads of the previous generation processors are lower than AMD and the CPU is lower than the normal speed Base Speed ​​AMD at Intel. It also affects the CPU temperature. Because the faster car and the engine is stronger will be a little hot.

Now come to AMD Ryzen

First of all, I would like to say that the stock cooler that comes with AMD Ryzen processors is much better than the stock cooler that comes with Intel. So 80% of those who buy AMD Ryzen processors do not buy aftermarket coolers.

So those who try to use the stock cooler that comes with the AMD Ryzen processors talk about the heating issue. But how many people have got a heating issue using an aftermarket cooler? 
I haven't heard yet.

Being 2nd,
Overclocking, you can overclock any AMD Raisin processors if you want. Because AMD Ryzen processors are unlocked. Now many people are also overclocking with less expensive aftermarket coolers. So if you do that, you will get a heating issue. Again, many people take 1 fan's liquid cooler which is much worse than the air cooler of that price.

Another important thing is a good casing

Many people put 50/60 or more PC components, normal 2500/3000 thousand rupees in the casing. But it can be seen that the casing does not have a good airflow system. The PC temperature is much lower or higher for a casing. 

If there is a minimum of 3 casing fans in the front mess and casing, the temperature will be the same as the CPU and if there is no mess in the front of the casing, and only if there is a casing fan in the back, the temperature will be dizzy. So definitely take a good quality casing.

Now you can tell if the AMD Ryzen processors are not heated?

Of course, more or less all processors are heated. However, those who take Intel processors face such problems less because of the after-market cooler. On the other hand, they can't do overclocking. But those who take Ryzen processors take very few aftermarket coolers. However, those who take it do not face this problem. (Problem means overheating.) But those who use stock coolers face a little heating issue.

Last word,
The processor you take will try to get an aftermarket cooler even if it costs a minimum of Rs. And those who buy more expensive processors for gaming, they did not buy a good quality aftermarket cooler. Processor heating issues depend a lot on a CPU cooler.

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