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03-30-2020 08:26 AM
PimpSkyline You all are gonna think i'm crazy, but for 3900 and 3950X, Liquid Metal will actually drop your temps quite a bit. Might even help on the 3800/3700 as well.

I get about 4.3Ghz all core and 4.65Ghz single core on my 3800X, can't complain to much, looking forward to Ryzen 4000, hopefully we can see 5Ghz singe core and 4.5-4.7Ghz all core.
03-29-2020 01:08 PM
pegadroid
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Your high ambient would definitely make a difference. Considering you are 10-12c over ambient with a 3900X your cooler is probably doing a pretty good job of handling temps.

Looks to me like nothing is wrong then. Just see what you can do to rein in temps with your high ambient. Maybe install an air conditioner if possible?
if I put the air conditioner in my place it will look weird, because in my place it shouldn't be.

tomorrow I make sure what the temperature of the room here.
03-29-2020 12:58 PM
speed_demon Your high ambient would definitely make a difference. Considering you are 10-12c over ambient with a 3900X your cooler is probably doing a pretty good job of handling temps.

Looks to me like nothing is wrong then. Just see what you can do to rein in temps with your high ambient. Maybe install an air conditioner if possible?
03-29-2020 12:49 PM
pegadroid
Quote: Originally Posted by Mastakony View Post
Change your thermal paste dude... Or your rad
60°c Idle is just a failure!!!

Envoyé de mon POCO F1 en utilisant Tapatalk
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Even the lower of the two, the 46C temp at idle is pretty high.

What is the temperature in your computer room?

Also, you may have left the sticker on your water block when installing it. Because it's clear many people miss that it's there and install the water block without taking it off.
my temp room is 28 - 30c, I am not sure
i am using Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut and NZXT kraken x72
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03-29-2020 11:55 AM
Mastakony
Quote: Originally Posted by speed_demon View Post
Even the lower of the two, the 46C temp at idle is pretty high.



What is the temperature in your computer room?



Also, you may have left the sticker on your water block when installing it. Because it's clear many people miss that it's there and install the water block without taking it off.
OMG I thought he got stock cooler...
Definitely a failure...

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03-29-2020 11:49 AM
speed_demon
Quote: Originally Posted by pegadroid View Post
because when i set to auto, my idle temp is to high, 60. and now i set 4.3 Ghz at 1.184 v stable. temp 46 at idle.
Even the lower of the two, the 46C temp at idle is pretty high.

What is the temperature in your computer room?

Also, you may have left the sticker on your water block when installing it. Because it's clear many people miss that it's there and install the water block without taking it off.
03-29-2020 11:45 AM
Mastakony
Quote: Originally Posted by pegadroid View Post
because when i set to auto, my idle temp is to high, 60. and now i set 4.3 Ghz at 1.184 v stable. temp 46 at idle.
Change your thermal paste dude... Or your rad
60°c Idle is just a failure!!!

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03-29-2020 11:42 AM
pegadroid
Quote: Originally Posted by jamie1073 View Post
I am curious as to why you did decide this was the best way. I get all core clocks of 4.275Ghz while running tests with my 3900x. And then a few cores will hit 4.65Ghz. So you really are not gaining all that much locking it in at 4.3Ghz over a properly setup PBO system. I mean mine will do 4.3Ghz all core easily if I want to lose the single core performance.
because when i set to auto, my idle temp is to high, 60. and now i set 4.3 Ghz at 1.184 v stable. temp 46 at idle.
03-29-2020 10:01 AM
jamie1073
Quote: Originally Posted by pegadroid View Post
3900x 4.3 Ghz 1.250v

I am curious as to why you did decide this was the best way. I get all core clocks of 4.275Ghz while running tests with my 3900x. And then a few cores will hit 4.65Ghz. So you really are not gaining all that much locking it in at 4.3Ghz over a properly setup PBO system. I mean mine will do 4.3Ghz all core easily if I want to lose the single core performance.
03-29-2020 09:12 AM
rares495
Quote: Originally Posted by hardwarelimits View Post
Yes, if that was the lowest you got on Prime95 use that.

See how much you can push without passing that voltage, watch for LLC
Can't even do 4.3ghz allcore at 1.264 => no static OC for me.
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