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AMD Ryzen 5 smashes records at nearly 6GHz
http://www.pcgamer.com/amd-ryzen-5-smashes-records-at-6ghz/

[Note this was done prior to the Ryzen 7 launch on engineering samples of both the Ryzen 5 1600X and the Asus Crosshair VI Hero]

Youtube Video from Der8auer overclocker. Very interesting to actually watch the process of LN overclocking and how Der8auer goes about it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ0SxpGzbw0


What interests me is that the LN overclocking records fell to Ryzen 7 and 5 CPUs on late to final engineering samples back in March. I think this bodes well for all of us as the system stabilizes and improves. thumb.gif
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IF your water cooling just use fluid temp. That's what i'm doing.

What is that going to tell you? If you have no idea what the temperature of the CPU is at max load, your water temp isnt going to be very useful.
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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?

I'll be heading home shortly and will let you know.
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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.
Thanks for the report! Is this overclocked or at stock CPU clock/vcore settings?

When you switch to the other power profiles, do you get any brief jumps of +8 to +10 C that then decrease again (can happen the very moment you switch and with higher power profiles every few seconds)?

Does your idle temp behave like the left side of this graph, or like the right side?



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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.
Was that at 4.0 GZz CPU frequency did you use when you got those 192 W? What was the RAM clock and SOC voltage?

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I'll be heading home shortly and will let you know.
Thank you. Please (also) test stock clock/vcore is possible.
Edited by Timur Born - 4/14/17 at 10:36am
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What is that going to tell you? If you have no idea what the temperature of the CPU is at max load, your water temp isnt going to be very useful.
I'll be heading home shortly and will let you know.

I was regarding to fan via cpu temps. The temp reading is higher than what it's suppose to be. More heat = higher fluid temp. By controlling via fluid temp you don't have your fans going 100% moment it goes to load. Also for people who water their gpus setting your fan temps by just the cpu you may have slow moving fans when gaming while the gpu is cooking.
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Aida 64 stresstest is by far harder on the cpu than Realbench. But Realbench is good to quickly see if there is any instability for me at least since i have no games installed yet.

Im testing all of them, and by far Realbench shows more and faster WHEA Errors then any other!
Where IBT and AIDA passes tests without any error, i get WHEA Errors on RB!
Dont know if RB is 100% compatible with Ryzen! Dont think so, its not updated!
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Anyone can confirm this working with H100i V2? I know that the board has mounting holes for both but I only have a plastic back plate and in this video from paul's hardware idk if thats metal looking back plate is from the H100i or from the board. What I'm referring to is @ the 1 minute mark.

Thanks in advance!

Is this what I'd need?

https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Bracket-socket-Plate-Screws/dp/B0071RSMKA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492192539&sr=8-1&keywords=am3+backplate
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Originally Posted by nycgtr View Post

IF your water cooling just use fluid temp. That's what i'm doing.

Will switch to watercooling by the end of May. Until then, my TC14PE is working mostly fine (IBT AVX is way to hot on 4GHz though).

Still, using fluid temp as the source of truth seems very optimistic to me.

EDIT: Saw your reasoning later about tying fan speed specifically to fluid temperature, which makes sense. Not worth ramping up the fans if the fluid itself is cool thumb.gif
Edited by goncalossilva - 4/14/17 at 11:03am
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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.

I am using Tctl and wrote that explicitly in my post. Where did I convey the idea that I wasn't?

Also, out of curiosity, what is your Tctl after a few minutes of IBT AVX very high / maximum? What cooler are you using?
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Dont know if RB is 100% compatible with Ryzen! Dont think so, its not updated!

It doesn't matter, WHEA errors isn't something you can accidentally trigger in software, no matter how badly it's written. If RB is showing you WHEA errors, there's some level of instability on your system.
    
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Anyone can confirm this working with H100i V2? I know that the board has mounting holes for both but I only have a plastic back plate and in this video from paul's hardware idk if thats metal looking back plate is from the H100i or from the board. What I'm referring to is @ the 1 minute mark.


Thanks in advance!

Is this what I'd need?

https://www.amazon.com/AMD-Bracket-socket-Plate-Screws/dp/B0071RSMKA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492192539&sr=8-1&keywords=am3+backplate

I bought the exact same plastic backplate you linked, and it works for the X62 using AM3 bracket. The screw go in loosely onto the backplate but once the bracket and the cooler is attached, it's snug.
However I also have the original H100i, none of the screw fit the backplate (thread size is larger than the hole), so I'm not confident that the h100iv2 would work. Maybe someone else can confirm it.
Else, you can try ebay, they have very cheap metal back plate last time I checked.
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