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mine is xspc raystorm neo, ambient temp~30*c , [email protected] ,hope can help
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mine is xspc raystorm neo, ambient temp~30*c , [email protected] ,hope can help
Hi can you run prime95 29.8 build 5, using the second option (maximum power/heat/CPU stress), just run it for 10 minutes and tell me your peak cpu temp.

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Hi can you run prime95 29.8 build 5, using the second option (maximum power/heat/CPU stress), just run it for 10 minutes and tell me your peak cpu temp.

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mine is xspc raystorm neo, ambient temp~30*c , [email protected] ,hope can help
is 1.24v something others are getting too? i haven't tried to drop below 1.285v
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is 1.24v something others are getting too? i haven't tried to drop below 1.285v
I run 4.4 @ 1.325, but once the load hits vdroop sets it to 1.24/5.


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As it sits, I'm overclocking my 3900x exclusively with Ryzen Master, since these BIOS versions are so new even setting voltage within BIOS doesn't work, but Ryzen Master will.

I'm currently at 4.4ghz all cores at 1.285v.

Peak temps hit 67c, idle is 33c (it gets pretty warm here during Summer)

Also have a profile for 4.325ghz at 1.25v, those temps peak at 63c.

Granted, I am running a TON of radiator space in my custom loop. Even still, I am blown away at how quick these things warm up.

For context, I got my Threadripper 1920x to 4.225ghz with the same loop at 1.45v and temps never passed 58c.

I think there's still much to learn about this new gen Ryzen but also I too am anxious to see if a BIOS update will fix temperatures a bit like they did in the first gen Ryzen.

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Just a heads up.

Unfortunately it seems like EK support dont really understand how these new processors work with regards to temperature and voltages.

Thats the conclusion I have come to after having contacted 'EK support'.

If there is anybody who has any leeway with them it would be a good idea to let them know !

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I run 4.4 @ 1.325, but once the load hits vdroop sets it to 1.24/5.
Tried dropping vcore below 1.285v. Anything cpu intensive caused too much vdroop and resulted in system reboot. Light work loads, games, etc fine, but nothing that hammers the cpu. At 1.285v I have this occur, but the only thing causing it is Cinebench20, but I cant tell if that is a problem with windows, cinebench or the vcore/board/bios. Changing the VRM frequency did nothing to improve this problem. This only started after updating the bios, so I am guessing a bios problem.

So, just going to stay at 1.285v since the hottest I see is 73c when the water was around 31c.

In reference to the EK understanding of the Zen2 chip...Im not convinced that AMD support understands it. Too many variables to manage and not a lot of clarity on why bios voltages are so high when they work with such a low voltage.
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