AMD Ryzen Master with the right temperature

AMD “cools” Ryzen processors. In the middle of last month, AMD responded to high temperature complaints with still-hot CPUs, Ryzen 7 said that this was due to the fact that diagnostic programs were not up to them, resulting in overstands of 20 degrees Celsius.

The company has updated the Ryzen Master 1.0.1 software, which has corrected the real temperature of the Ryzen 7 processors (1800X, 1700X, and 1700) so users will not be able to watch up to 70 degrees Celsius at rest.

The new version of Ryzen Master 1.0.1 will be available on April 11, along with the new Ryzen 5 processors.

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