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post #31 of 50 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 10:46 AM
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Update with new BIOS 3.5 (AGESA 1.0.0.3) that was released last night:

Everything stock: Cinebench R20 = 4964, Temp = 73.9c
-0.05v Offset: Cinebench R20 = 4886, Temp = 68.8c
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4.475/4.425/4.3/4.3 at 1.35volt max temp 85c with Noctua 12x25 aircooling. Score 7811cb Cinebench R20

4.45/4.45/4.3/4.3 at 1.375 I was hitting 91/92c x_x! im guessing i shouldnt go that far with those kind of temps but was glad to see it run full and complete Score 7843 Cinebench R20

all of the following done on Ryzen Master with PBO and boost off. XMP Profile no overclock on rams since i seem to suck at it 3200 CL 14. 2x 16gb Trident Royals

I had to RMA my Mobo and ssd cause it kept vanishing from the bios so will see what happens after I really start to tighten down ram timings. I need to remember to check my VIDS and idle voltages. Lottery CPU not sure? Will see if I can duplicate scores and overclocks when I get my replacement parts
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Adding another data point:

3700X, PBO, scalar 10X, CoolerMaster ML-240, FlareX 3200 CL14 using XMP

CB 20: 5040 MT, 509 ST

High Temp 74.6

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R15 Idle Temps: 35-42°
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R15 Load Temps: Max 63.8° Score 2113
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R20 Idle Temps: 35-43°
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R20 Load Temps: Max 65.8° Score 4806
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Ram Corsair RGB Pro Cl16 17 17 35 50(3600)
R20 Max Temps 76° Idle 33°

@4.3 I only need 1.29volt same settings yield 70°-72°
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Quote: Originally Posted by Gill.. View Post
3900X on X370 Asrock Killer SLI/ac
Thermaltake AIO 280MM
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
R20
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)
Hi, could you possibly post your temps using hwinfo64 ?


The only reason I am asking is that the temperatures you have relayed are way way lower than almost any other person ive found.


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Have a look at my screenshot, hwinfo64 and hwmonitor, the temps are completely different on my setup ....
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Non optimized OS, i.e. AV running, all background apps running etc etc

PBO on auto
Custom loop, fans @5v (see sig)

R15 ran first, then ran R20 straight after

Cinebench R15
Max Temp: 68.9 C

Cinebench R20
Max Temp: 69.8 C
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Okay I've been through a couple issues over the past week or so. Firstly used my trusty C7H board to run the 3900X... unfortunately the board said good bey as it lost a memory channel. I first looked at the Gigabyte Aorus Elite X570, but after one day I sent the board back, really not my cup of tea. I've always been an Asus user, but decided to try the Msi Meg X570 Ace.... what a pleasure. But I cannot seem to match the results I got in CB with the C7H board, still good though. Just cannot do any CCX clocking with the board as it increases vcore like crazy which was not the case with the C7H when vcore set manually. Below is what I got with the C7H in CB20, Hwinfo temps on the left.
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