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06-16-2019 09:44 AM
ssateneth
Quote: Originally Posted by p0opstlnksal0t View Post
Anyone in New England... southern maine, NH, northeast Mass that can pop in my (possibly blown) 1950x to see if it posts? trying to see if i burned up my chip from OC. 20 bucks to anyone who can help me. Think i might have torched my 500 dollar chip lol. https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-a...bios-boom.html
Only if you are willing to put up a $1000 deposit in case your chip fries the rest of my computer (board, ram, psu, video card)
06-16-2019 09:40 AM
p0opstlnksal0t Anyone in New England... southern maine, NH, northeast Mass that can pop in my (possibly blown) 1950x to see if it posts? trying to see if i burned up my chip from OC. 20 bucks to anyone who can help me. Think i might have torched my 500 dollar chip lol. https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-a...bios-boom.html
06-12-2019 10:35 AM
ckoons1 Anyone looking for a new AMD 1900x
06-05-2019 06:10 AM
x7007
Quote: Originally Posted by RoBiK View Post
You could try Process Lasso
I use program called Process Hacker 3.x which is free

Like I said , changing the cores has no effect or has bad effect, for example Far Cry 5 , if you use NUMA and change the Cores to only 0-15 you will have massive Stuttering every 2 sec . using all 0-32 cores has no issue. I didn't test UMA , but we are talking at the moment on NUMA . Maybe it uses Cores 16-32 without any performance effect ? as long as it using only one NODE no matter which node ? because I tried switching now at real time and I still got the same FPS in WildLands Ghost Recon.

Also after switching to 0-15 and back to 0-32 it still switching to 0-15 and not going back to 16-32 .
06-05-2019 05:56 AM
RoBiK
Quote: Originally Posted by x7007 View Post
What can I do when using 1950x with NUMA mode / Channel . and it picks in games NODE1 -Core 16-32 instead NODE0 -Core0-15 . Changing Cores from Affinity is not good when using NUMA . and when using UMA and doing the changing reduce the performance in many games. so I can't really control it when maximum performance .

Some games it always pick NODE1 , and some other games it randomly picks when launching or closing or restarting windows, I am not sure what cause that.

What can we do ?
You could try Process Lasso
06-05-2019 05:55 AM
x7007 What can I do when using 1950x with NUMA mode / Channel . and it picks in games NODE1 -Core 16-32 instead NODE0 -Core0-15 . Changing Cores from Affinity is not good when using NUMA . and when using UMA and doing the changing reduce the performance in many games. so I can't really control it when maximum performance .

Some games it always pick NODE1 , and some other games it randomly picks when launching or closing or restarting windows, I am not sure what cause that.

What can we do ?
06-03-2019 07:12 PM
HBizzle Anyone have recommendations on what to use to stress test this thing?

Also what are ball park voltage ranges for the 1920x at certain Overclocks? Like 1.3v I can expect what exactly?

In HWInfo If I am looking at Node 1 and Node 0 it shows two CPU temps, tctl and tdie. It looks like tdie is that magic 27 degrees less number. Which of these does the chip decide it should throttle on?

Well ran Cinebench r15 and the whole CPU throttled. This is with a Noctua NH-U9 TR4-SP3 so full die coverage. Was only in the 2100 MHZ range. What could be wrong with this thing? Do I need to re-seat the cooler?
06-03-2019 12:04 PM
MacMus
Quote: Originally Posted by doanhanam View Post
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Nonesense!

OC fix at freq, adjust LLC and pump enough Voltage. If the temps go to high and your cooling is unsufficient there maybe BSOD, Freez etc. 85-90 tdie is a freez teritory, so i would try to keep it below that range.
06-02-2019 11:52 PM
ssateneth
Quote: Originally Posted by doanhanam View Post
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Not entirely sure what you said in your post, maybe lost in translation. Anyways, the CPU only respects the 68C Tdie target with respect to stock clocks and XFR behavior. Once you overclock the CPU, the CPU ignores 68C limit and will happily go past that mark if you shove enough current into the CPU. I've seen screenshots up 117 Tctl (90C Tdie) on a OC'd threadripper and it runs fine. Sure, it's hot, but it's running fine, no errors. I don't have a threadripper PC anymore so I can't personally make a screenshot myself. You just have to trust me or look through forums to find the screenshots.
06-02-2019 10:49 PM
ssateneth
Quote: Originally Posted by HBizzle View Post
Is there a link to understanding this 27c temperature offset? Finished my build last night and it posts and starts, went into bios and it had an idle temp of 69c. Was shocked. Hoping thats only 42C with the -27c formula.
it's only 42c. i don't have a link to the 27c offset. it's just generally well known about threadripper by now. you can use google to find the original reason why. imo, it's just for more aggressive fan curve since tr puts out more heat.
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