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post #21 of 1855 (permalink) Old 04-30-2018, 06:50 AM
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Yeah the cpu is a bit hotter than the first ryzen, which is kind of weird if you asked me using the same voltage and mhz the temps are higher.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jprovido View Post
I enabled the OSD in MSI afterburner to check the clock speed and it's all over the place lol. I tried rocket league and it's ranging from 4000-4175mhz and it doesn't stay put (I saw it go as high as 4200 for just a split second) but usually stays around the 4050-4100 range. does that affect frame times seeing how clock speed changes all the time?

most of the games I've tried it's at 4000-4050mhz. I will try more
Thats why multi on amd is better when changing between cores in intel that cycle would create microstutters and perf hits. Even across SMTS as well

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What kind of memory clocks are you guys able to hit? I decided to sell my 1700 and pick up a 2700x this past weekend. I'm using my old ASRock x370 Gaming Professional board and hitting a hard wall of 3466. I can boot 3600 and run a few benchmarks but prime95 will instantly fail. Even with loose timings and 1.2v SoC I have no luck. I can run 3466 14-14-14-34 all day though so I'm not sure if I'm having problems with my board or my IMC isn't that great.

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i really start to like this XFR/PB on this cpu.

I have everything on auto except scalar=10x and 300/300/300 PB
i get 41.25x for example on most app all cores on P95 HIGH FFTS i get 41 and 40x on small ffts he detects the load if is a high power draw (small fft he will downclock to 40x) as cores start passing this small ffts the ones still on them raise a little bit more and more on clock speed till they pass and go back to 41x. In other apps that only uses a few cores they use up to 43.50x. 4-6cores 42-42.50x avg which is better than a fix all around multi at all times.

I have everything on auto including my llc the only thing i dont like is the high vcore on idle. It can shoot as high as 1.55v in this mobo. I can do 41.25x at 1.37v but im missing the whole ordeal of XFR/PB which is where is at with this cpu.

This and with the PPM Panel tweaks i previously used on my ryzen 1700/1800x this cpu shines all on auto

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I had gotten the upgrade itch and decided to sell my Ryzen 1700 and upgrade to a 2700X. Still using my Asus Prime X370 Pro tough. It's cooled with a Noctua NH-D15.

I'm not sure if it's normal, but I'm getting really high temps when running Prime95 small fft.
I've set the 2700X to a fixed speed of 4Ghz @ 1,2875v in the bios with LLC3. This results in a vcore of 1,256v while stressed. Temps are 73C measured at Tdie while stressing.

Isn't this a bit high? I ran my 1700 at 3,8Ghz with 1,325v with LLC3 and it never got over 67C in Prime95 and OCCT.

I've tried remounting the cooler, reapply the paste (Gellid GC Extreme). But I'm getting the same temps over and over.

I know I can let it run at stock, but I like to tinker and wanted to compare it a bit with my 1700. What temps are you guys with fixed speeds getting? Is the 2700X really this much hotter?

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dont know about how normal it is, but I've noticed these seem to run a bit hotter than the 1700 I had did... now keep in mind I'm on a custom loop, but I haven't seen it hit 70's that at that low of a clock/voltage... more like mid 50's when that low.

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Hey guys, I don't post much but I read alot. Most of you guys are way ahead of me knowledge wise so I appreciate the reading material. I just ordered 2700X with a ASRock 470x Fatality board and some G. Skill Flare 14-14-14-34 / 3200 kit 16GB. But I'm going to love this coming from my ole 8350 and my 980ti classy can stretch now a bit. Keep the info coming ...lol Thanks all ... Peace, Splash
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Quote: Originally Posted by hlreijnders View Post
I had gotten the upgrade itch and decided to sell my Ryzen 1700 and upgrade to a 2700X. Still using my Asus Prime X370 Pro tough. It's cooled with a Noctua NH-D15.

I'm not sure if it's normal, but I'm getting really high temps when running Prime95 small fft.
I've set the 2700X to a fixed speed of 4Ghz @ 1,2875v in the bios with LLC3. This results in a vcore of 1,256v while stressed. Temps are 73C measured at Tdie while stressing.

Isn't this a bit high? I ran my 1700 at 3,8Ghz with 1,325v with LLC3 and it never got over 67C in Prime95 and OCCT.

I've tried remounting the cooler, reapply the paste (Gellid GC Extreme). But I'm getting the same temps over and over.

I know I can let it run at stock, but I like to tinker and wanted to compare it a bit with my 1700. What temps are you guys with fixed speeds getting? Is the 2700X really this much hotter?

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I had ~ 70°C T_die on R7 1700X with a TS140 Power when power draw peaked about 180W. When using 1.4V or so on it on R7 2700X (4.2GHz) it can reach 80°C (I get the Gigabyte popup message) ; at 41.75x multiplier and ~1.38V or so it is alright.

Quote: Originally Posted by zGunBLADEz View Post
Yeah the cpu is a bit hotter than the first ryzen, which is kind of weird if you asked me using the same voltage and mhz the temps are higher.
Stilt mentioned this is a byproduct of the 12nm performance process rather than 14nm low power.

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dont know about how normal it is, but I've noticed these seem to run a bit hotter than the 1700 I had did... now keep in mind I'm on a custom loop, but I haven't seen it hit 70's that at that low of a clock/voltage... more like mid 50's when that low.

I'm running mine on a Corsair H110i. This thing on Idle is about 28-35 (Tctl) and 38-45 (Tdie) according to HWInfo. Amd seems to have changed the temp reading offset to only 10c instead of the 20c it was before. I'll speak for mine at least but that to me is pretty acceptable idle temps. While under load it will max around 68 (Tctl) and 58 (Tdie). I am also not running my rig in the optimal setup for airflow with my radiator. I have the fans pulling instead of pushing which probably increases the temps a few C or so.

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