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Ryzen CPU Temps
Joined Oct 4, Messages 11, The questin is, what are the cpu temps you guys are getting? My x never seems to idle below 45C and the load temp can get into the 70s.
I looked at the mounting and it appears to be properly mounted. These could be normal temps or I may need to remount my heatsink but, it did not appear to be incorrectly mounted. Ocellaris Ginger le, an alcoholic's best friend. Joined Jan 1, Messages 18, You can try to remount, however it is really hard to screw up mounting those Noctua coolers. Load temp seems normal though. Ocellaris said:.
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It's normal. All of the series seem to do it. I have pbo disabled right now and still have jumps to 1. Joined Sep 10, Messages 1, 1. Normal behavior for Ryzen I heard that, But the X should need the same then, I mean, the difference isn't big. Or actually, the X should be more efficient, since it has better silicon or at least it's been promised to be better.
Joined Jan 3, Messages 1, 0. First how dit you get your hands on a X already, where X not first set to be available November 25? Secondly it does sound a bit hot according to what reviews get of temperatures. I read a review from hexus that used a Noctua NH-D15 with a single fan and they oc it manually to all core 4. So 89 degrees stock does sound a bit hot to me and also other reviews with a single tower cpu aircooler cut get temp as low as 76 degrees Celsius stock.Ultima hora
Also updated the bios can you help. Dec 15, at PM 2. What are your temps like under load?
normal 3900x temps
Have you re-seated the cooler on the CPU to ensure it's making good contact? Dec 15, at PM 3. Taken the protective sticker off the bottom cold plate?Cadence cts
Dec 15, at PM 4. Yes taken sticker off the the bottom plate. No not Re-seated the cool as i have re ordered a new one as it has a noise cooler fan. Dec 15, at PM 5. Dec 15, at PM 6. Also just did a stress test on Ryzen Master and temp Dec 15, at PM 7.
Whats happening is all 8 core idle at about 43 temp then 1 rises up to 4. Dec 15, at PM 8. Dec 15, at PM 9. Dec 15, at PM Thank you Andy. Mines the same, goes between 4. Last edited: Dec 15, Dec 16, at AM You need to change windows power settings.
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Thread starter Epos7 Start date Nov 16, Epos7 Limp Gawd. Joined Aug 31, Messages Just curious about what sort of results others are getting as there's some mixed information out there regarding if this is normal behavior. Joined Apr 12, Messages Joined Nov 9, Messages 7, Pretty typical for a prime 95 stress test.
Joined Aug 9, Messages 16, RamonGTP said:.When we reviewed 3rd-gen Ryzen we deliberately used the included box coolers for the majority of the testing.
We realized this probably wouldn't satisfy everyone but considering it's included in the price and we've seen decent results on previous generations, it's what made the most sense at launch.
Our day-one testing showed that although the Ryzen 9 X and Ryzen 7 X boosted better with improved cooling, we were only talking about a minor increase in frequency. Moreover, the marginal boost in clock speed had little to no impact on performance. You could argue we were doing AMD a solid by testing their CPUs with the box cooler as this could swing things in their favor when it came to the value analysis. But this wasn't the intention at all, rather we wanted to leverage what they had to offer again, it's included after all.
We also knew that out of the box the Core iK would deliver the exact same performance using the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4. Now with baseline performance established, we plan to provide an in-depth benchmark session later this week, comparing the X and K head to head in over 30 games, both stock and overclocked.
For the stock testing the X will keep the box cooler, but for the overclocked results it will be upgraded to the same liquid cooler used by the Intel processor. But before we do that, we thought it would be a good idea to showcase what kind of a difference upgraded cooling makes in gaming and application performance. As you can see, with the X in its stock out of the box trim, it ran at 4 GHz in this test with the Wraith Prism box cooler. Now looking at the total render time in Blender we see that the liquid cooler improved stock performance by a single percent and we see the same thing when looking at the overclocked results.
Well, we see virtually no change in performance in Apex Legends. The miniscule delta is within the margin of error though it seemed pretty clear that the slight increase in frequency typically yielded better results. Vermintide 2 shows up to a 1. Quite a bit cooler, it turns out. When overclocking the liquid cooler was also 19 degrees cooler while running quite a bit quieter.
The good news is that temperatures only increased slightly, so the real advantage of the AIO here is the operating volume. We observed that when gaming the fan speed was generally around RPM and much quieter than what we saw when stress testing with Blender.
The X costs quite a bit more than the K, while the X matched the K. In that scenario, the X is a whisker cheaper than the K, while the X is a lot cheaper than the K and matches the value of the K. If you care about value, the included box cooler really helps out. We leave the cooler choice up to you. If you enjoy our content, please consider subscribing User Comments: 20 Got something to say?Did I mess up with putting on the stock cooler?
Is this normal for the x or did I mess up and should I clean and reapply thermal paste? According to the link below, see if it idles cooler using only CPU-Z. Thanks for the responses! Could just be some updates but I would not know for sure. I checked it this morning, it seemed to be idling in the high 40s which is a significant improvement IMO. That high voltage is reported also by Ryzen master 1. I might have to look into undervolting and just trying to get stock performance 4.
Honestly, its the noise that bothers me so much. As lame as it sounds the only reason I havent bought a new one is because I want to keep the RGB hahaha. I remember Jayz2Cents saying that his board came with similar voltages default, and that those where way overkill even for Overclocking.E1 error in haier washing machine top load
Maybe drop those voltages a bit? Thanks for that video!! I think that is the problem. Edit: Mobo was dead on arrival Should have replacement here today. Your cpu core temp is really high, like mine was with my x. I had to manually lower the voltage to 1. Except I tried 3 different coolers, and 2 motherboards with the same idles and load temps. I saw the JayzTwoCents video and tried setting the voltages to what he recommended and all it did was lower my performance. I was getting about degrees just sitting doing nothing.
My room is about 72 and have ample case fans.
Nerodante87 agrzesiak I did solve the problem: getting a better cooler and understanding how different programs affect PB. Too many background programs are causing light threaded loads to boost with up to 1. I went big and got the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4.Menu Menu. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only.
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I think I set PBO to disabled I believe there might have been another setting I don't remember at the momentand my idle power dropped by 15w, and my temps were better and didn't shoot up degrees every seconds. Reactions: lightmanek and Methox. UsandThem said:.
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