Originally Posted by mus1mus
We don't have the same board so I can't comment on you TDie. But I do have a CPU Sensor in the latest BIOS that is 15C lower than TDie. Guess what, 40C under load at 1.45V is pretty true eh?
It's not that I don't believe AIOs can thermal shut down. But the truth is there for the picking. Shutdowns can either be lack of VCore or thermal. At 4100MHz / 1.5ish V, aroung 10C hotter than my 4000MHz / 1.412V on my chip, I am still to enxperience thermal shutdown. But it does crap out for instability.
If you are wondering, Thermal shutdown happens at 1.625V.
My tctl on my ch6 shows exactly where it should be, guess what? My gaming 5 board on f5 or f5c whatever i was on, did the EXACT SAME THING. The BIOSes are already taking off the 20°C offset, 10°C offset or whatever it is. F3 would show an idle of 48°C, f5c showed an idle of 28°C, so it works for gigabyte as well as Asus.
If i clear cmos or it fails to post and i go into the BIOS i get a temp of 57°C idling in the BIOS, once i restart its back down to 28°C.
P.S. We know you have your pc in a freezer s your temps don't count
I think the cpu sensor on all am4 boards are socket temps, if we go by that theory under load im at 25°C lol. Gotta love an ambient of 19°C.