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10-19-2019 12:17 AM
gurusmi
Quote: Originally Posted by gabmzzn View Post
Dude those are dream temperatures, 1000% fine, i have other PC with a X370 motherboard and the chipset temperature is at 48c, I mean, doing anything with that chipset will be totally waste of time, in my case (x570 master) I replaced the thermal pad of the chipset heatsink with proper thermal paste and temps drop around 10c so I also disconnected the chipset fan to make it 100% passively cooled like any other motherboard and the chipset is totally fine, keep in mind I was experimenting with my case coolers, and it seems that the RPM on your GPU can totally affect the chipset temperature also, right now im having 50c with the GPU fans turned off, if I turn them on I can manually drop the temperature of the chipset all the way down to 40c and maintain it at around 42c with gpu fans at 20%, so just don't bother you are like 45c ahead of worring about the temps.
It seems that i will exchange the thermal pad also. Just to please my CPU and PCH. Providing them an optimal environment. The highest temps i faced on the graphics card is around 40°C. With fans automatically turned off. I really don't know why i bought that card. At the 2700x i have a RX550 4G built in. And she is fine. I never touched the limit.

As i stated before. The graphics card is more on sleep than anything else. Also the vents. both don't interfere the pch temp that much as i mouted the card vertical with the back facing the PCH.
10-19-2019 12:09 AM
gurusmi Oh. I forgot. The graphics card must feel like on vacation. I have a Sapphire Pulse 5700XT inside. But i do not play games. I use this rig as a working horse.
10-19-2019 12:04 AM
gabmzzn
Quote: Originally Posted by gurusmi View Post
Both sensors are too high for doing nothing.

64,3°C shows the upper Temp, 49°C the lower one. CPU Temp alters between 33°C & 43°C. CCX Temp around 31°C. Speed is allcore 3875MHz. CPU Usage at around 1-2%. The Fans of the radiator alters speed all the time. I'm using a AlphaCool LT360 AiO in a beQuiet case mounted on top blowing the hot air out of the case. 6 * 140mm fans blows cold air into to get away the air through every possibility.

I'm just starting a cb20 to show heavy load temps.

Here's the second part after i did let run the cb20. I have to say that i did not stop unneeded background tasks. There was Opera, Excel, Outlook, Slack and some more running. Also i did not OC a lot. I activated some recommended switches (PBO to advanced, CPPC) and activated XMP.
Dude those are dream temperatures, 1000% fine, i have other PC with a X370 motherboard and the chipset temperature is at 48c, I mean, doing anything with that chipset will be totally waste of time, in my case (x570 master) I replaced the thermal pad of the chipset heatsink with proper thermal paste and temps drop around 10c so I also disconnected the chipset fan to make it 100% passively cooled like any other motherboard and the chipset is totally fine, keep in mind I was experimenting with my case coolers, and it seems that the RPM on your GPU can totally affect the chipset temperature also, right now im having 50c with the GPU fans turned off, if I turn them on I can manually drop the temperature of the chipset all the way down to 40c and maintain it at around 42c with gpu fans at 20%, so just don't bother you are like 45c ahead of worring about the temps.
10-19-2019 12:03 AM
gurusmi I did a lot to get cool air into the case. After i realized that temps i started to get a better air flow. I bought a new case to mount the graphics card vertical and to have a 360mm radiator at the same time. I bought more vents. I mounted them 3 in front, 1 buttom and 1 in the back. The PSU is getting it's air from outside blowing to the outside. All the vents blow into the case. First i had the back vent blowing out. But i realized (by measurements) that blowing in is better. It keepts the VRM and also the PCH at lower temps. I installed 3 vents in front blowing in. Also at the bottom i'm blowing in. I also bought a riser cable (linkup) to reposition the graphics card. As the new case all of the vents are 140mm beQuiet.

Originally i had a double tower double vent cpu cooler. EKL Alpenfoehn Olymp. It kept the 2700x with ease cool. But at the 3800x it had some issues. So i changed the cooler to a 360mm Alphacool LT360. The vents on that are going to be changed this week. I still wait for delivery of the new Alphacool Susurro fans. I had laying around 3 new Noctua redux (1000rpm). But they were too slow and the temps were rising instead on lowering.

There are two issues i have with that config.
1. the PCH temps at 49°C
2. the fact that the fan's spinning up/getting loud and after a shorter time getting lower again. This happens every minute or so. As the CPU temps raises by around 10 degrees the temperature hysteresis doesn't work at all.

A few posts ago i was informed that the 49°C are just normal for the PCH. I have to accept that. Originally i did not buy an I9900KF system because i did not want to have water inside the system.
10-18-2019 10:28 PM
dansi My system the chipset is about 15 celsius higher than CPU temp in low use mode, about same temps as VRM. Chipset fan stop is on. If you want cooler temps, perhaps increase fan profile of chipset?

Do you have over hang GPU blocking air flow.
10-18-2019 09:40 PM
Trippytaka
Quote: Originally Posted by gurusmi View Post
Both sensors are too high for doing nothing.

64,3°C shows the upper Temp, 49°C the lower one. CPU Temp alters between 33°C & 43°C. CCX Temp around 31°C. Speed is allcore 3875MHz. CPU Usage at around 1-2%. The Fans of the radiator alters speed all the time. I'm using a AlphaCool LT360 AiO in a beQuiet case mounted on top blowing the hot air out of the case. 6 * 140mm fans blows cold air into to get away the air through every possibility.

I'm just starting a cb20 to show heavy load temps.

Here's the second part after i did let run the cb20. I have to say that i did not stop unneeded background tasks. There was Opera, Excel, Outlook, Slack and some more running. Also i did not OC a lot. I activated some recommended switches (PBO to advanced, CPPC) and activated XMP.

Ignore the first temp of 64C this is incorrect and only look at the lower one at 49c.. which is perfectly normal from what i was told.
10-18-2019 09:39 PM
Trippytaka ignore the first temp of 63c that is incorrect, only look at the second one at 49c.. from what I was told.. this is completely normal.
10-18-2019 08:47 PM
Speedster159
Quote: Originally Posted by pal View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by Speedster159 View Post
Does anyone else here own a Pro/Pro Wifi/ or Ultra? What DRAM voltage are you getting right now with XMP which is usually 1.35V? I'm getting 1.380 on XMP and it's the same with XMP disabled and manually requesting for 1.350.


Iam using an Ultra (F6b), DRAM Voltage is set to 1.356V after loading XMP Profile.





It will not die. But I am getting the same on Pro set 1.35V it's reading 1.38v. you can lower ti 1.33V and you will get 1.35v readout.
I'm not worried about it dying since I'm going to overvolt to tighten the timings anyways.

Also read below.

Quote: Originally Posted by GBT-MatthewH View Post
This sounds about right. Whatever you set in BIOS will show higher than what you set manually. This is because the IC that reads voltage is placed before the CPU and not an reading of the actual voltage within the CPU. Once you account for impedance the actual voltage inside the CPU is slightly lower. If you hooked up a volt meter to the back of the CPU socket the reading would be closer to +.01x what you set.

Here are some quick tests we did:

Set: 1.2V, measured at socket = 1.217V
Set: 1.35V, measured at socket = 1.364V
Set: 1.37V, measured at socket = 1.382V
Set: 1.4V, measured at socket = 1.413

This begs the question - Why may others show a dead on value in BIOS/software if we can clearly see this is not accurate? This really goes back to why most people say software is so inaccurate. There are many variables.... It really comes down to where you place a sensor. Its also possible to create hidden offsets to account for impedance and make the numbers line up. We always show you what the sensor actually says. We do not put in "phantom" offsets to make things line up. This includes VRM temps, voltages, etc.
So me setting 1.350 and seeing 1.380 with fluctuation to 1.368 is normal... Okay. What board was those voltages tested on, and regardless of board model the final voltage should still be close to whatever you set it at regardless of what it reads right?

Is there anywhere behind the board I could probe dram voltages? I used to probe the caps or was it the chokes around the CPU socket on my Z77 OCF to get accurate VCore and other voltages.
10-18-2019 04:33 PM
gurusmi
Quote: Originally Posted by panni View Post
Are you sure you're looking at the correct temp sensor?
Both sensors are too high for doing nothing.

64,3°C shows the upper Temp, 49°C the lower one. CPU Temp alters between 33°C & 43°C. CCX Temp around 31°C. Speed is allcore 3875MHz. CPU Usage at around 1-2%. The Fans of the radiator alters speed all the time. I'm using a AlphaCool LT360 AiO in a beQuiet case mounted on top blowing the hot air out of the case. 6 * 140mm fans blows cold air into to get away the air through every possibility.

I'm just starting a cb20 to show heavy load temps.

Here's the second part after i did let run the cb20. I have to say that i did not stop unneeded background tasks. There was Opera, Excel, Outlook, Slack and some more running. Also i did not OC a lot. I activated some recommended switches (PBO to advanced, CPPC) and activated XMP.
10-18-2019 04:15 PM
panni
Quote: Originally Posted by gurusmi View Post
Hi together,

i own a Master. The temps for the chipset is too high (>60°C in Idle). I know that those are normal temps on that board. But i want to have them lower. So i plan to buy and install a chipset and vrm cooler (in a package along with a cpu cooler). But that set is produced for the Elite. So my question: Is the cooling area of an Elite equal to that one of a Master? In other words. Can i use that Elite VRM/PCH cooler for on a Master?
Are you sure you're looking at the correct temp sensor?
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