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post #681 of 785 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 02:11 PM
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post #682 of 785 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 02:12 PM
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Sheesh man!! Those memory scores are out of this world!! So jealous!

Those are fantastic scores!!!
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post #683 of 785 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 02:15 PM
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Cinebench score: All core 4.2 GHz - 6457 was my max - screenshot 6370

For cooling, I have a 560 and 420 rad. Only a CPU loop.

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post #684 of 785 (permalink) Old 02-18-2019, 05:34 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by strap624 View Post
The problem is 68 is the max temp. The system lowers clock speeds to keep temps under 68. I shouldn't be throttling I don't think. Can anyone confirm? Be Quiet! claims I shouldn't be throttling with this cooler. I don't get it, It's hard to find good Data on thread ripper. Most tests I see people are not using PBO and just do manual overclocks or leave the system stock. If you manually overlclock does that lift the 68c barrier?
Here is a good link to explain how it works.

https://www.hardocp.com/article/2018...raith_ripper/7

If you look at XSPC, that is a waterblock with a 480 rad and D5 pump. As you can see all coolers max at 68 degrees.

But if you look at the sustained, MHz, you will see that the watercooling solution maintains the highest clock speeds.

That is essentially how PBO is designed to work.
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J7SC,

Sheesh man!! Those memory scores are out of this world!! So jealous!

Those are fantastic scores!!!

Thanks goldenleaf Btw, love those electric blue colors in your build...I find that blue mesmerizing I even have been known to stare at Christmas lights in that hue for hours

BTW, what kind of PSU are you running ? ...a 2990x with 32c/64t and those speeds must have a stout setup.
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Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
Thanks goldenleaf Btw, love those electric blue colors in your build...I find that blue mesmerizing I even have been known to stare at Christmas lights in that hue for hours

BTW, what kind of PSU are you running ? ...a 2990x with 32c/64t and those speeds must have a stout setup.
I'm running a Corsair AX1600i. It gets the job done.

I have to make sure I up the VRM frequency and LLC to about 3 to make sure it doesn't crash. VCore was at 1.4V for the All-Core 4.2 GHz. Only thing was that it sounded like a jet engine. I'm going to run it with just PBO enabled.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Power/.../CP-9020087-NA
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I'm running a Corsair AX1600i. It gets the job done.

I have to make sure I up the VRM frequency and LLC to about 3 to make sure it doesn't crash. VCore was at 1.4V for the All-Core 4.2 GHz. Only thing was that it sounded like a jet engine. I'm going to run it with just PBO enabled.

https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Power/.../CP-9020087-NA

I have a couple of older Corsair AX1200is which have been running for years in two other builds > zero complaints. For the current build (to recap 2950x, 2x 2080 TI), I'm using an Antec HPC Platn. 1300 w which I also really like and have had for 5 years or so, but if I would run a 2990x w/ double the cores, I'd go for the Corsair 1600i as well - those 2080 TIs regularly slurp up 300w each, w/ peak at 375-380w each ...add a 32c/64t TR, and 1300w would not be quite enough.
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Quote: Originally Posted by strap624 View Post
I need help guys, I have yet to find the answer anywhere. I have a new build with a 2920X, x399 phantom gaming 6, Dark rock pro TR4 cooler.

CPU is thermal throttling( at 68c) Under load within 60 seconds. PBO is on.
I've re-applied paste and re-installed the cooler 3 times. On the 3rd try things seemed to get slightly better. I spread the paste lightly with a credit card. Still Thermal throttles though.
I used the paste supplied with the cooler, and tried noctua paste. No difference. I'm really at a loss here, this cooler is rated for a 250w TDP with the 24 and 32 core CPU's yet cannot handle my lowly 2920x.
I had a EVGA CLC280 on here before and it throttled too- I bought the Dark rock TR4 thinking it would solve my issues, but I notice almost no change.


I'm starting to think my CPU is defective. Could there be an issue with the CPU itself? Bad thermal compound under the IHS?

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Yes 68c is the issue here because once 68c is reached PBO will adjust the clocks so that the temp does not exceed 68c. So depending on your load that can be 3,8 or even 4,2ghz.
With a manual OC you can go higher on all cores and exceed the 68c temp limit.

Best thni however would be modded BIOS to raise the 68c limit ot somethin like 75c which still is safe enough for the CPU - but I havent seen such a mod yet.
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Does anybody have experience from Corsair H115i Platinum RGB, is the cold plate large enough for TR4?

I have 2950X and ROG Zenith Extreme currently cooled by NH-U14S TR4 push-pull.

I'm looking better alternative for custom loop as the machine is part of a production set that is relocated quite often. I know that Asetek AIO sets are not an option and Enermax TR4 AIO are good, but their availability is not great in my area.

Thanks from your replies in advance!
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Any news on a "new" beta or official BIOS? MSi webiste still has the 11-15-18 release date for the BIOS. Using the 1.31 beta bios (modded).
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