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New CPU-Z benchmark: http://www.cpuid.com/news/51-cpu-z-1-79-new-benchmark-new-scores.html

Any thoughts?

Sounds like a bunch of BS. They call it an "unexpected sequence of integer instructions", but they wrote the freakin code. How can it be unexpected? My other concern is it really seems like they are writing a benchmark to display what they expect each chip to perform at relative to the other. Either way their benchmark's credibility is now questionable.
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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

Hey twin! We have a similar setup biggrin.gif

I highly recommend any of the Thermalright heat sinks (Macho Direct, Macho Rev. B, Macho X2, TRUE Spirit 140 Direct, TRUE Spirit 140 Power, or TRUE Spirit 120M) or the Scythe Ninja or Mugen series.

I have the Thermalright Le Grand Macho RT and it is a ridiculous cooler, I love it. It does a phenomenal job and is ultra quiet. Also, if the one you buy does not come with AM4 brackets in the box, you can get a hold of Thermalright and they will send you one for about $10. That's what I did and I couldn't be happier!

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Sounds like a bunch of BS. They call it an "unexpected sequence of integer instructions", but they wrote the freakin code. How can it be unexpected? My other concern is it really seems like they are writing a benchmark to display what they expect each chip to perform at relative to the other. Either way their benchmark's credibility is now questionable.

Exactly my thoughts man.

The credibility of this benchmark goes out the window as soon as they released this imo..

My FX-8350 also scores A LOT lower compared to the previous one..
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Exactly my thoughts man.

The credibility of this benchmark goes out the window as soon as they released this imo..

My FX-8350 also scores A LOT lower compared to the previous one..

 

Well, all the of the chips score lower now compared to previous iterations. Whatever changes they've made it's clear that they addressed the 'power creep' of chips like Ryzen pushing 22k multi-threaded scores by reducing their scoring scale entirely.

 
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Running a 1800x with bios 1002 and the Crosshair VI Hero bard, I've noticed that my CPU SOCKET temp is much higher than the cpu temp. I also have AMD chip set drivers from April installed.

CPU Socket temp is generally six degrees hotter according to HWinfo64 software. And I suspect that it is this particular temp that causes my computer to shut down due to overheating when stress testing. But I am not an expert on such things, and this have me a little bewildered.

So I am thinking, this shut-off-temp-limit is real and I must arrange for better cooling OR that the temp is adjustable, and that I could maybe expore adjusting the temps for the motherboard.

The last time I experienced a shut down when stress testing, the cpu ctrl temp was 67 deg C, cpu tdie was 47 deg C, and I think the cpu socket was 72 deg Cif I understand my notes correctly.

What do to? How do I know what the real temps are?

I have already set "sense skew" to enabled, and to 272 in the bios.

Should I simply try lowering the core voltage now? Not sure I can place a fan anywhere near the socket.

the temps work the same here too.
I have a two 360 rad water kit and its just cooling the cpu, so it must be cool.
I would think its a sensor in the mobo socket and one in the cpu, so it two sides of the cpu and that would make sense as the uncooled side would be much hotter.
with fx the cure was a fan on the back of the socket.
my idea would be for them to make a water block back plate and I could do with water blocks for the mobo too.

if I'm wrong on that please explain.smile.gif
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Yeah, I am SERIOUSLY getting pissed. I've been overclocking for 20 years and I need to know *** my real cpu temperature is on my 1800X under my Corsair H100i. I get 4 different temps in HWinfo, Asus's own software, and Corsair Link. I know about the 20C offset value and that the cpu throttles at 70C/90C which my chip gets to 73/93C under stress testing. I know it shouldn't and probably isn't really that hot. And then when I go and change any random setting in bios or sense skew to disabled the temp goes up a random number like 5C and with sense skew enabled it goes back down 5C. But what the H@LL is the real temperature. I want EXACT BIOS SETTINGS TO INPUT AND THE EXACT HWINFO SENSOR READING TO KNOW WHAT MY CPU TEMP REALLY IS AT. I don't need my cpu throttling because the mobo thinks it is at 73/93C when in reality it is nowhere near that hot. I am running 3950mhz, 1.38v LLC 3 with a good cooler and hydronaut paste, so no way in hell my cpu is that hot as it is reporting, even water temp is like 40C, and I have seated it many times tightly. Asus really needs to explain and put a setting in the bios to get the correct temperature period.
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I think you are blowing it out of proportion...

Asus did not make the cpu...and heat tranferred from a very narrow die to a larger ihs with hotspots offcenter since neither core is dead centered as most watercooler designs are geared towards...

You getting the idea yet?

Also aios of that type are not miracles in a box..

Build a real loop then complain.
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Does anyone have experience pc froze for 1-2s while stress testing ryzen cpu ? No matter what stress testing programs I run (prime95, AIDA, Realbench), my pc is just freeze , can't move the mouse for 1 or 2 second before ii back to normal. The pc freeze frequently though like every 10-15 second.
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the temps where the same with fx too, the mobo was reading 10c hotter than the cpu, so its normal really.
    
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Does anyone have experience pc froze for 1-2s while stress testing ryzen cpu ? No matter what stress testing programs I run (prime95, AIDA, Realbench), my pc is just freeze , can't move the mouse for 1 or 2 second before ii back to normal. The pc freeze frequently though like every 10-15 second.
yes i did, my problem was down to undersized hard drives and lack of 6gb/s drive as mine were 3gb/s, they failed to work.
it could also be instabilty, but if the cpu is passing tests, the ram and cpu are working.
there is a compatiblity list for hard drive with the msi carbon, no ssd smaller than 128gb and no 3gb/s drives and most hard drives are 500gb or larger.
I had to scrap 4 drives because of it, not happy, till I found out what it was, I was thinking MSI stands for Massive Sata Instability.smile.gif
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