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post #1271 of 2045
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Hey guys,

So I finally got the Enermax Liqtech 360 TR4 Cooler. I have a push pull configuration with Noctua NF-F12 Industial 3000RPM Fans. I am using Grizzly Kryonaut TIM that was spread evenly accross the TR IHS and the cooler block is firmly mounted...However HWInfo is reporting the same temps at stock speeds that I was getting with my old Corsair H115i which does not even fully cover the CPU IHS. Am I getting a CPU temp misread bug still ? I am on the 0801 BIOS with the latest Aura FW.

My CPU Tctl is still reporting around 54c Idle and 75c Load....what is that about lol ?
Yup that's about right:



Tdie is the one that's correct

 

Wow guess I will have to live with going over AMD's recommended 68c then lol. I have played around with the V-CORE to see if I can reduce the rediculous auto voltage of 1.4+ lol. Is there any other voltage I should be concerned with ?

post #1272 of 2045
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I'm experincing major issues since i assembled my build 2 days ago, Windows 10 freezes after 10 seconds, unable to update windows or even install drivers other than chipset, i tried multiple clock speed and cpu voltage without any luck, im on bios 701, noctua tr4 cooler, idel temp 35 to 40 on 4ghz .. any suggestions would be very appreciated

AMD Threadripper 1950x
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G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 64GB 4x16GB F4-3200C14Q-64GTZR

Samsung 960 pro 512gb
Seasonic Prime 1200W Gold PSU
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Had the same issue.

Had to install the latest version of Windows straight from Microsoft. Then fresh install using the latest Microsoft build off of a flash drive.

Updated bios first.

Then once i got to windows ran the latest update with no issues.

Then installed chilset driver. Off of Asus website.

Then installed LAN driver " "

Then installed Audio driver ""

Then installed latest AMD driver for my Vega 64.

Then went into bios set to Manual > DDR4-3200 > ram voltage at 1.35 ( both of them )>CPU voltage at 1.4>manual ram timings of 14-14-14-14-34 and command rate at 1T.

Then booted and everything worked perfect and no crashes for the past 7 days.

XSPC CPU waterblock , Vega 64 with EK waterblock , Mora 3 rad with box fan ( LoL)
post #1273 of 2045
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XSPC CPU waterblock , Vega 64 with EK waterblock , Mora 3 rad with box fan ( LoL)

Can we see a picture of the box fan? LOL redface.gif
post #1274 of 2045
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Wow guess I will have to live with going over AMD's recommended 68c then lol. I have played around with the V-CORE to see if I can reduce the rediculous auto voltage of 1.4+ lol. Is there any other voltage I should be concerned with ?

68c on tdie wink.gif. tctl has 27c offset. So you're good.
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post #1275 of 2045
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I've owned 2 swiftech blocks they were meh at best. Meh

Their last SKF block seems good. High flow restriction, but good cooling. I wanted to give it a try.
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alucardis, yes see here: https://rog.asus.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?299-Zenith-Extreme-Motherboard-(X399)

Can't stand that forum. So much fail in one location. You have so many of the noobs tackling this platform making mistakes then blaming everyone but themselves. OCN is one of the few places where we have very few dee dums quoting what commercial linus or jaynosense does. rolleyes.gif
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Wow guess I will have to live with going over AMD's recommended 68c then lol. I have played around with the V-CORE to see if I can reduce the rediculous auto voltage of 1.4+ lol. Is there any other voltage I should be concerned with ?

68c on tdie wink.gif. tctl has 27c offset. So you're good.

So in all importance which temp reading should I be reading? Thanks
post #1278 of 2045
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So in all importance which temp reading should I be reading? Thanks

Tdie is the number to look at, I've been as high as 88C (so 115tctl) Prime95 stable at 3.975ghz. I'm hoping some new watercooling equipment bumps me up past 4ghz.
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So in all importance which temp reading should I be reading? Thanks

Tdie is what you need to look at primarily.
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post #1280 of 2045
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I don't like the fact that with the monoblock the VRM heatsink under the I/O cover has to be removed and it's not replaced...
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I have not taken mine apart but as far as I can tell from photos I've seen the heatsink under the I/O is merely to transfer heat to the fan and does not actually come into contact with any surface for the purpose of being a heatsink.
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So it doesn't touch the +3 VRMs for SOC?
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From disambely pics I do not see any thermal pads on the heatsink under the io.

Indeed. I took off the shield on mine prior to installing mobo, the heatpipe from main VRM HS goes to a fin array and fan cools it, it makes no contact there with PCB components for cooling.





The SOC VRM does not have any cooling, just like DRAM. I marked below image from and further info in @Sin0822 review of ZE on TweakTown.


Edited by gupsterg - 10/19/17 at 2:37pm
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