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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-20-2019, 11:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 3k TCL/TDIE

So, is TCL now basically the whole package (so I/O die temps too) while CCD1 being the actual cpu temp? Kinda worried about the consequences in long term of BCLK oc + PBO
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CCD1 was added just lately for Ryzen 3000. And I compared it what Ryzen Master is showing and mostly it is comparable. So when I look at the temps in HWINFO I use CCD1 now. I do think your busclock is too high for every day use I'd not use it like that 24/7 but that's on you mate haha.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Cidious View Post
CCD1 was added just lately for Ryzen 3000. And I compared it what Ryzen Master is showing and mostly it is comparable. So when I look at the temps in HWINFO I use CCD1 now. I do think your busclock is too high for every day use I'd not use it like that 24/7 but that's on you mate haha.
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CCD1 was added just lately for Ryzen 3000. And I compared it what Ryzen Master is showing and mostly it is comparable. So when I look at the temps in HWINFO I use CCD1 now. I do think your busclock is too high for every day use I'd not use it like that 24/7 but that's on you mate haha.
Wasn't CCD1 added because of new architecture with separate modules and controller chip ? 3900x and up should also have CCD2 etc ?

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Yes they do, CCD1 and CCD2 show as different temperatures in HWINFO. Because both silicon lottery and different use by the OS.
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