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post #21 of 66 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 11:01 AM
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3700x PBO enabled
3600Mhz C16 Hynix CJR sticks

CB15 - 2154
CB20 - 4865

Temps capped at about 70C with PBO on for these scores. Custom loop in signature. Temps capped around 65C with PBO off.

Sustained clocks PBO off was about 4050
Sustained clocks PBO on was about 4125

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Nice, Contagion.

Using same type of memory - Hynix CJR at CL16/3600. 3700X PBO enabled I'm hitting 76C, 4075 all-core, Arctic Duo 34. Highest run I had was 4812.
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Ok so my temps and runs have changed a bit, I added 3 120mm push fans to my H150i Pro, it dropped the temps a lot and raised my Cinebench scores.
3900x, no PBO or other overclocking settings only ram XMP.

Cinebench 15: 3191
Cinebench 20: 7271

Max temp during Realbench, Cinebench etc was 70c
Lowest idle temp 33c - 37c.
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amazing single core score here! how did u get that? manual overclock or pbo?
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I lapped the wraith it was concave, and sanded the edges (Edges only) on the 3600X they where higher than the rest of the lid. I gained quit abit doing that.

Ambient temp is around 75F
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GSkill Trident Z (AMD SKU) 3600 [email protected] 3200 with [email protected] CL16 (WHEA issues!)
PBO on (Advanced) 10X Scalar and Motherboard limit

LCC's offset to 2

Idle temps can get below 30C (28 at best with AC on in the room) Idle package wattage = 25W
After 1 run 48Cish
couple runs 50Cish
VRM after 1 run = 48C
VRM's while [email protected]% = 60ish
CPU while mining = 52ish if AC is on
Peak wattage = 125
Vcore around 1.35 but I saw it spike to 1.36...if you look at the individual cores..it can hit 1.5

One other thing to note (since it seems you guys have high temps)..my case is open..4 fans in the case (1 directly on VRM) all 140mm and 2 more on the AIO venting up out of the case

I cracked 7332 on R20 average 7250
Average 3175 on R15

Tryhard score = 7399 (turn off all monitoring software - change Process Priority to "realtime" *note you will not see it actually perform..be patient*) I added third pic...note max temp was 46 (I left HW Monitor running this time)...and also note all the boost clocks. BLAM!

All cores will stay at 4124 MHz as long as it's below 48C...above that it dips to 4099 I peak boost clocks well in excess 4500 on 6 of the cores (some 4650ish sometimes)

One interesting thing I found - turn off RGB Service in the background (Lighting). It raised Cinebench and Geekbench quite a bit - was stealing around 3% CPU usage (on a 24 thread chip mind you..ridiculous)
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Now I've had to go back and re-evaluate my voltages.
I had been getting BSOD on idle with my offset of -0.1000v, which clearly was too low for the idle clocks.

So I've had to up the voltage to -0.00625v, (won't let me use -0.00001v), that;s stopped the idle BSOD, and well brought up the benchmark scores as well as the temps.
Cinebench temp: 77c
x264 Encode temp: 80c
ADIA64/Prime95: As above.

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Here's my temps on this CB15 run.
Custom water 3 x 360 rads.
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CPU: 3700x, all stock except for -0.05v offset
Motherboard/BIOS: ASRock X470 Taichi BIOS 3.43 (AGESA
Cooler: Corsair H100i w/Noctua A12x25s
Cinebench R20 Multicore: 4914
Temp: 71.1c

I feel like that's a bit hot. No reviews got that high unless they were using the included cooler. Although there were almost none run on X470 boards either, so maybe the chipset/BIOS is messing with the heat.
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temps Idle: 40-50C
Temps Cinebench: 81C
Score:R15 3089 R20 7088
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