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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-13-2019, 09:20 PM - Thread Starter
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Time Spy Graphics Scores 5700xt & Ryzen 3rd Gen Chips?

What kind of Timespy scores are you guys seeing on 5700xt paired with 3rd gen Ryzen. I ask because my score seems a bit low while using a 3900x Just curious who has a good card e.e
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What kind of Timespy scores are you guys seeing on 5700xt paired with 3rd gen Ryzen. I ask because my score seems a bit low while using a 3900x Just curious who has a good card e.e
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****.. I think I really do have a terrible card/bad motherboard. Its disassembled at the moment but stock scores in timespy were 8900. overclocked tinkering for hours max I would get is 9340. 3200 g.skill cl14 memory, x570 Gigabyte Extreme, 3900x, 1250w platinum psu. I really am not having a good time with AMD systems at this point in time. my x470 board won't post unless I have stock auto voltages or above 1.35. Tested with both my 2700x and 3900x. The x570 board has a bad wifi card which is why it is disassembled to be sent in for RMA. & lastly this 5700xt Red Devil scores poorly on top of thermals for this card are way out of the normal so I believe it may need an RMA too. Not just for thermals but its a completely unstable experience with game crashing and BSOD, but I do not know if this is also because of the board? When I say bad temps the temps are getting to 75c at 100% fan curve and junction temps of 98-105c on hour long gaming sessions. mid 90s if not a demanding title. I have played with fan curves on this card to see if it is not heat soaking enough and temps are even worse. not having a fun time...
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****.. I think I really do have a terrible card/bad motherboard. Its disassembled at the moment but stock scores in timespy were 8900. overclocked tinkering for hours max I would get is 9340. 3200 g.skill cl14 memory, x570 Gigabyte Extreme, 3900x, 1250w platinum psu. I really am not having a good time with AMD systems at this point in time. my x470 board won't post unless I have stock auto voltages or above 1.35. Tested with both my 2700x and 3900x. The x570 board has a bad wifi card which is why it is disassembled to be sent in for RMA. & lastly this 5700xt Red Devil scores poorly on top of thermals for this card are way out of the normal so I believe it may need an RMA too. Not just for thermals but its a completely unstable experience with game crashing and BSOD, but I do not know if this is also because of the board? When I say bad temps the temps are getting to 75c at 100% fan curve and junction temps of 98-105c on hour long gaming sessions. mid 90s if not a demanding title. I have played with fan curves on this card to see if it is not heat soaking enough and temps are even worse. not having a fun time...
Yeah that sounds like bad contact or just a bad cooler on your 5700. Even when I was running my stock blower it didn't get that hot...core would be in the high 50s, maybe up to 60c or 61c for a few seconds at a time, and junction sat right around 95c, and that was with the fan curve set to max at 40 or 50%. Everything I've seen/read says the red devil is supposed to be way better than the reference version.

FWIW, the scores I posted are from my sig rig. I'm running the RAM at 3600 with the SPD timings (other than setting it to 15 CAS and 1T timing. For the CPU, I just enabled PBO and let it do it's thing for now, but I'll probably tweak it once I get my new loop settled. My GPU is overclocked through Wattman...2150 core clock and 910 RAM with a +50% power limit.


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Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Mojo View Post
Yeah that sounds like bad contact or just a bad cooler on your 5700. Even when I was running my stock blower it didn't get that hot...core would be in the high 50s, maybe up to 60c or 61c for a few seconds at a time, and junction sat right around 95c, and that was with the fan curve set to max at 40 or 50%. Everything I've seen/read says the red devil is supposed to be way better than the reference version.

FWIW, the scores I posted are from my sig rig. I'm running the RAM at 3600 with the SPD timings (other than setting it to 15 CAS and 1T timing. For the CPU, I just enabled PBO and let it do it's thing for now, but I'll probably tweak it once I get my new loop settled. My GPU is overclocked through Wattman...2150 core clock and 910 RAM with a +50% power limit.


Edit: What case are you using and how is your airflow?
Very strange situation going on here. Can a bad motherboard cause GPU thermals to be out of place? I was using HW info 64 as well as Wattman with my 3900x build to monitor thermals etc. HWinfo proprietarily, I put the Red Devil in an intel build and got 9100 Time Spy score at stock, ( I know this is with an intel CPU = more commands to the GPU) and higher memory speeds at 3600 cl16. But the thermals are much more reasonable and in line.. 58-60c GPU core temps benchmarking and 75c Junction temps both at 100% fan speed. Good to know its not my GPU.. But with a 20c+ deviation in temps makes me wonder what the heck is wrong with the 3900x build. Can a motherboard be the culprit? It is having wifi card issues that's no doubt. The case I had it in was a tower 900 but the glass panel for the GPU side had been removed allowing outside air/no vents or gaps to have to squeeze through plus it has an exhaust 140mm fan at the top.
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