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Right, I agree, but where is this non emulated DX12 card? I would have really liked to give my money to AMD, but lets be honest, they don't have anything competing with the 1080ti...
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Timur born: I think your testing results are beyond interesting, perhaps fascinating is a better descriptor. I am surprised that others are not also reporting these phenomena. Perhaps your CPU uniquely has an embedded thermo-electric cooler and embedded instant heater. wink.gif

In general, I think it offends good engineering practice to have temperatures reported as other than what are measured. The excuse of similar fan control across the Ryzen 7 line (or however AMD put it) is rather specious when the Ryzen 7 X series are not supplied with their own coolers for which the excuse might (!) have some merit. It would have been better in my view to enforce on the MB BIOSes some rules to be used within their fan control algorithms.

Others have reported this. They just haven't been so persistent (nor investigated so far) as Timur Born has.

My 1800x behaves exactly the same. I hope AMD gets their s#$% together, but until then I'll have Sense MI Skew disabled and I'm basing my fan curves off Tctl using the executable that elmor posted (sio_tempsrc_t2). I'm unsure if there's a better setup, but this seems much more accurate than default.
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An alternative at this point would be an OS application which applies your P-state settings (FID/VID).

Dynamically changing the P-states sound like a very useful utility to have around, would you mind going into some more detail in how I could do it?
I've never written any ring0 code for x86, but I don't mind poking around if you could tell where I should be writing stuff.
    
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And yet mine wont do 3200 on 1002 AT ALL.
Wow that can't be right lol. .3 would mean you went from 1.35 to 1.65 haha. I think you mean .03? Thats actually not that bad. 1.35 to 1.38. (using an example btw haha)
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Yea typo lol. I went from 1.3v stable to now needing 1.33 apparently.
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Others have reported this. They just haven't been so persistent (nor investigated so far) as Timur Born has.

My 1800x behaves exactly the same. I hope AMD gets their s#$% together, but until then I'll have Sense MI Skew disabled and I'm basing my fan curves off Tctl using the executable that elmor posted (sio_tempsrc_t2). I'm unsure if there's a better setup, but this seems much more accurate than default.

IF your water cooling just use fluid temp. That's what i'm doing.
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Someone with a non X CPU (1700): What is your idle Tctl when you disable the tray background processed, disable Windows Defender/Antivirus (causes +10 C spikes during idle), use the "Power Safer" power profile and disable Sense Skew in BIOS?
Edited by Timur Born - 4/14/17 at 10:08am
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Noticed after 5 days of running the new 0082 my 3.9 oc now requires .3v more to be stable rolleyes.gif
Yesterday I was stable at Auto LLC with +0.03125v at 4.0Ghz. After flashing 0079 it's now not even stable at +0.0625v any more. I flashed back to 1002 but it's still the same.
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Others have reported this. They just haven't been so persistent (nor investigated so far) as Timur Born has.

My 1800x behaves exactly the same. I hope AMD gets their s#$% together, but until then I'll have Sense MI Skew disabled and I'm basing my fan curves off Tctl using the executable that elmor posted (sio_tempsrc_t2). I'm unsure if there's a better setup, but this seems much more accurate than default.

You should be using tctl to begin with and period. I have mine set to auto, at idle my temp is 28°C my water temp is 24°C so its correct.
    
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Someone with a non X CPU (1700): What is your idle Tctl when you disable the tray background processed, disable Windows Defender/Antivirus (causes +10 C spikes during idle), use the "Power Safer" power profile and disable Sense Skew in BIOS?

Not going to kill all those processes, but I'm idling around 21c with my usual processes running and a few tabs in chrome going.

Edit: See signature for rig. I have a bit overkill in terms of radiator capacity. My load temps after testing IBT-AVX on max, have gone up to 68c. All tests done with room temp at ~21c. My SVI2 CPU +SoC Max power durring IBT-AVX was 191.958w.
Edited by S1L3N7D3A7H - 4/14/17 at 10:24am
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Question, now that I am testing a 1800x, I see that my temps are higher in hwinfo (newest beta) than my 1700. Do we still need to subtract 20C from hwinfo and Asus ROG temp readings to get the real temps? Because I am idling at 61C with my 1800x and Corsair H100i, whereas I think I was Idling at 41C with my 1700. So I assume all temp readings are still broken and that is why my fans are going loud or am I really that hot? IBT gives me up to 95C also whereas on 1700 it was only 82C max.
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