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Yes sir.

Hmm, we don't understand it, therefore it's a waste of space?
Doesn't feel like a satisfying conclusion to me.
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On water and my pump is set at 75% no curve. I found it a bit weird as well that chrome is up and down by 10°C, someone else reported the same thing but yea guess I'm stupid and crazy lol.

Neither task manager/hwinfo64/resource monitor show anything more then 1% usage on the cpu when using chrome and/or edge. Not like i really care since my temps are fine either way just curious why its happening. Turning on/off hw acceleration in chrome made zero difference either.
I'm assuming you're looking at your SoC watt draw too? I have a hard time believing it would be drawing enough to make any sizable impact on temperatures, but either way...
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Software sucks for temps anyway.

Ryzen master says 0c hwinfo +5c k probe -40c and my IR says r u crazy you have hella insulation around that cpu...screw you its 74f ambient
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Ryzen master says 0c hwinfo +5c k probe -40c and my IR says r u crazy you have hella insulation around that cpu...screw you its 74f ambient

Normally I choose the one that looks best then crank up the vcore biggrin.gif
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Hmm, we don't understand it, therefore it's a waste of space?
Doesn't feel like a satisfying conclusion to me.
I'm assuming you're looking at your SoC watt draw too? I have a hard time believing it would be drawing enough to make any sizable impact on temperatures, but either way...

Yea looking at cpu package power/soc power and both combined. I found it odd as well, why get a 10°C temp spike for no reason.
    
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Yea looking at cpu package power/soc power and both combined. I found it odd as well, why get a 10°C temp spike for no reason.

Yeah, I'm thinking this looks like a software issue somewhere between the sensor and your readout...
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Any known good production weeks/steppings to look for in the 1700 for 4ghz+?

Getting one soon biggrin.gif
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Hmm, we don't understand it, therefore it's a waste of space?
Doesn't feel like a satisfying conclusion to me.

IMO there's nothing to understand other than shoddy software reporting. If you really want a scientific conclusion you have to measure the power draw being sent just to the CPU instead of the whole system & also insert a temp probe to get the accurate temp reading, then you will find the answer you are looking for.

I'm not saying that bluej511 is lying, all I am saying that he is being presented with the wrong information by the software, but he should keep the physics in mind & reach to a proper conclusion.
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Hmm, we don't understand it, therefore it's a waste of space?
Doesn't feel like a satisfying conclusion to me.
I'm assuming you're looking at your SoC watt draw too? I have a hard time believing it would be drawing enough to make any sizable impact on temperatures, but either way...

Yea looking at cpu package power/soc power and both combined. I found it odd as well, why get a 10°C temp spike for no reason.

Yes as chew said SW monitoring is never 100%, AMD Ryzen reports the hottest part of the CPU at that moment. If these small temp spikes are causing your PC to shut down or overheat then it's an issue otherwise it's a non issue. I have seen temp/voltage spikes in all sw they never will go away so stop over analyzing things and just use the system
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Yeah, I'm thinking this looks like a software issue somewhere between the sensor and your readout...

I haven't updated hwinfo in a while so may give that a shot. Thanks for the actual constructive help +rep.
    
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IMO there's nothing to understand other than shoddy software reporting. If you really want a scientific conclusion you have to measure the power draw being sent just to the CPU instead of the whole system & also insert a temp probe to get the accurate temp reading, then you will find the answer you are looking for.

I'm not saying that bluej511 is lying, all I am saying that he is being presented with the wrong information by the software, but he should keep the physics in mind & reach to a proper conclusion.

Yea not a worry I get software readouts can be shody at times.
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Yes as chew said SW monitoring is never 100%, AMD Ryzen reports the hottest part of the CPU at that moment. If these small temp spikes are causing your PC to shut down or overheat then it's an issue otherwise it's a non issue. I have seen temp/voltage spikes in all sw they never will go away so stop over analyzing things and just use the system

Oh I already am, just wanted to present the issue see if anyone else was seeing it so I can provide Martin with a debug log if it is software but guess its not needed.
    
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