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post #4201 of 4204 (permalink) Old 05-02-2019, 08:03 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by x7007 View Post
yes very good, what tests did you make ? and what is the temp full load 5 min ?
I test stability:

- cinebench for 100 tries in loop script
- realbench stress test
- pubg numa 0 gaming, xsplit slow preset twitch streaming on numa 1

I have custom loop with 2080ti and my loop is getting hot up with liquid stuck ~40-41 with max fan speeds on that last case.
CPU temps Tdie are rumping up to 75-80 degree in that last scenario, but it's were everything in the loop is working on max speeds!

If single CPU load first case with 100 looped cinebench, CPU is going up to 70 degree tdie but liquid never gets hot enough.

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post #4202 of 4204 (permalink) Old 05-06-2019, 04:34 AM
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Thermal throttling on stock

So, i have a TR 1920 with a Corsair H150i Pro AIO Watercooling and my CPU does a thermalthrottle on me for reaching more then 90° on stock settings when i do a prime95 small FFT test.


This shouldnt be the case and im wondering where the heck i messed up. Maybe someone over here can point me in the right direction.
Im using Arctic MX-2 paste.
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post #4203 of 4204 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 12:46 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by 42parsec View Post
So, i have a TR 1920 with a Corsair H150i Pro AIO Watercooling and my CPU does a thermalthrottle on me for reaching more then 90° on stock settings when i do a prime95 small FFT test.


This shouldnt be the case and im wondering where the heck i messed up. Maybe someone over here can point me in the right direction.
Im using Arctic MX-2 paste.
Lool don't do that... that unrealistic load for threadripper unless your PC purpose is to run prime95!

Check what temps you are getting with your current workload and take it from there.

Look at your TR as a BMW that gives your 300km/h on a clock but do one expect you to drive with that speed for hours .. you can burn your tired and other mechanical parts.
It's ok to do it sometimes but contrast usage will results in issues.

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post #4204 of 4204 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 12:57 PM
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So, i have a TR 1920 with a Corsair H150i Pro AIO Watercooling and my CPU does a thermalthrottle on me for reaching more then 90° on stock settings when i do a prime95 small FFT test.


This shouldnt be the case and im wondering where the heck i messed up. Maybe someone over here can point me in the right direction.
Im using Arctic MX-2 paste.
tCTL 90 degrees, or tDIE 90 degrees? In any case, P95 is nowhere near as punishing on AMD compared to Intel (I'm pretty sure FMA operations run at half speed on AMD Ryzen, which is why it doesn't go crazy heat on FMA operations, but I could be wrong)

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