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post #10761 of 11463
Can you define 'acting bricked"?

Here is pretty stable, but when is not when I'm tweaking things it can do one of two things:

1) If your BIOS settings didn't pass POST the system will turn off, then turn on several times (6 or 7) then tell your BIOS settings didn't pass. This is normal.

2) If you crash from windows while stressing the system it can get into a loop state, you need to hold the power button until it shuts down then start over. In fact that's what I do all the time now without waiting to see if it fell into the looped state and doesn't seem to hurt the system.
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Does anybody know if I can use the Conductonaut TIM product (liquid metal) on the heatspreader of a Ryzen cpu? The website for this products says that one must not use this with aluminum heatsinks. It sort of looks to me that the Ryzen heatspreader might perhaps be be made of aluminium, though maybe I am wrong and that the heatspreader it is made of something else, like steel.
I think that stuff is really best after de-lidding the CPU
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Just started my new 1700 build. Does anyone have a good recommendation on cpu cooler for under $50? I read the stock cooler can get me to 3.5ghz with no issues but I would like to get into the .8-.9 range.

This is my parts list for this build. Only thing I have not ordered is the ssd, which I am going to change to a Samsung, and the GPU which I am going to wait till Vega comes out next month.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/d7GBd6
post #10764 of 11463
Better get water if you can, if you don't want to you can use a Noctua tower

http://noctua.at/en/nh-u12s

I have this one right now (still waiting for new AIO bracket) and my temps white OC'ing to 4Ghz range between 28 and 75 which is perfectly acceptable and is VERY quiet. (i have it running at fixed 1000rpm)

You'll need a special bracket for AM4, easily available in amazon too.
Edited by SaccoSVD - 5/3/17 at 1:01pm
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Just started my new 1700 build. Does anyone have a good recommendation on cpu cooler for under $50? I read the stock cooler can get me to 3.5ghz with no issues but I would like to get into the .8-.9 range.

This is my parts list for this build. Only thing I have not ordered is the ssd, which I am going to change to a Samsung, and the GPU which I am going to wait till Vega comes out next month.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/d7GBd6

Check out my post here, and the video quoted in the spoiler:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624139/official-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700-owners-club-4ghz-club/#post_26048158

Here is the link to the review that goes along with that video:

https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/cases_cooling/amd_ryzen_5_7_cpu_cooler_round_up/1

EDIT: This post might also be helpful:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624139/official-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700-owners-club-4ghz-club/#post_26043135

Basically, with proper mounting / TIM application, a 212 Evo or a Cryorig H7 should be able to get you to within 10°C of what a $150 AIO can get you.
Edited by bardacuda - 5/3/17 at 1:04pm
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Im so scared of my Gaming 5 getting bricked but I think I figured out the issue.

My gaming 5 acts bricked anytime i slightly mess up a bios setting or overclock. it take flipping the switch and resetting a bunch of times. its a weird issue for sure, im wondering if its one people keep assuming its been completely bricked.
I've found this pretty common on the whole platform. I do a lot of tuning and have cleared the CMOS countless times because of a no boot loop.
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Just started my new 1700 build. Does anyone have a good recommendation on cpu cooler for under $50? I read the stock cooler can get me to 3.5ghz with no issues but I would like to get into the .8-.9 range.

This is my parts list for this build. Only thing I have not ordered is the ssd, which I am going to change to a Samsung, and the GPU which I am going to wait till Vega comes out next month.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/d7GBd6

Im using stock cooler at 3.8ghz, 1.25v completely stable.
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Im using stock cooler at 3.8ghz, 1.25v completely stable.

What temps are you seeing?
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What temps are you seeing?

Depends on what im doing. Under stress tests max temps are ~75c range in a nzxt h440, gaming it barely hits 45c.
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Just started my new 1700 build. Does anyone have a good recommendation on cpu cooler for under $50? I read the stock cooler can get me to 3.5ghz with no issues but I would like to get into the .8-.9 range.

This is my parts list for this build. Only thing I have not ordered is the ssd, which I am going to change to a Samsung, and the GPU which I am going to wait till Vega comes out next month.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/d7GBd6

i use the msi Core Frozr L. https://www.amazon.com/MSI-Cooler-Silver-Core-Frozr/dp/B01MFB358A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1493843575&sr=8-1&keywords=MSI+core+frozr+l




i think it works great.

right now im at 3.85ghz 1.237v and idles at 24.0c.
Edited by 92blueludesi - 5/3/17 at 1:39pm
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