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12-20-2019 09:46 PM
Roboionator sorry i m in build
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12-17-2019 03:46 PM
VPII
Quote: Originally Posted by TK421 View Post
Hi, thanks for the result.


What cooler setup are you running if I may know?
I'm using a cheap old Coolermaster Masterliquid ML240
12-17-2019 09:47 AM
TK421
Quote: Originally Posted by VPII View Post
Here you go with a 3900X... appear to be a 2.5C difference between CCD1 and CCD2. In many cases this difference would actually be smaller, more so when running a longer benchmark.

Hi, thanks for the result.


What cooler setup are you running if I may know?
12-16-2019 11:17 PM
VPII
Quote: Originally Posted by TK421 View Post
with your guys 3900x or 3950x, can you show us your load temps under prime/cinebench r20?

with hwinfo, I'm especially interested in temperature difference between CCD1 and CDD2, because my difference between ccd1 and ccd2 is almost 15-20c


https://i.imgur.com/ZaxRkuG.png
Here you go with a 3900X... appear to be a 2.5C difference between CCD1 and CCD2. In many cases this difference would actually be smaller, more so when running a longer benchmark.
12-16-2019 06:06 PM
TK421
Quote: Originally Posted by gtz View Post
I will post mine later today when I get home. My 3900x only has a 2 degree delta between dies. At stock I during a c20 run one core is 64 and the other 64.5. At 4.3 with 1.26 volts is 75 or 76 one die and the hot one 78.5. This is running a cheap 6 pipe cooler I bought from Amazon for 20 bucks for experiments. Turned out to be a good cooler.

Apparently amd is calling a 15c delta expected behavior because it's under 95c...


I'm still under return period, though microcenter doesn't have 9900KS in stock for now.
12-16-2019 05:17 PM
gtz
Quote: Originally Posted by TK421 View Post
with your guys 3900x or 3950x, can you show us your load temps under prime/cinebench r20?

with hwinfo, I'm especially interested in temperature difference between CCD1 and CDD2, because my difference between ccd1 and ccd2 is almost 15-20c


https://i.imgur.com/ZaxRkuG.png
I will post mine later today when I get home. My 3900x only has a 2 degree delta between dies. At stock I during a c20 run one core is 64 and the other 64.5. At 4.3 with 1.26 volts is 75 or 76 one die and the hot one 78.5. This is running a cheap 6 pipe cooler I bought from Amazon for 20 bucks for experiments. Turned out to be a good cooler.
12-15-2019 03:30 PM
Alpi My 3800X as I'm useing @ 24/7.
Water cooled, connected with the vga, nothing special.
12-14-2019 08:08 AM
{core2duo}werd is 81 too high long term? This is the stock wraith prism.

it will do 4.5 all core but requires 1.39v. 4.4 is fine at 1.28v.
12-13-2019 10:36 AM
rastaviper
Quote: Originally Posted by Cidious View Post
CPU: 3800X

Motherboard: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Wifi

Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 3200 2x16gb (custom heatsinks @ 3800cl16 1.41v)

Cooling: Custom loop with 360x30 Alphacool rad and XSPC Raystorm Pro AM4 block

Temps Idle: 23-25C

Temps Cinebench R20: 63-65C



Score: 5104 (no PBO)





The trick is to check the contact area of your cooling block and see if it fits the IHS of the CPU. Get as much contact area as you can by flattening the CPU block or lapping the CPU and temps will drop. For me doing just dat with sanding paper let my temps drop by about 6 degrees alone using Kryonaut or Noctua H1. When using conductonaut I can drop another 3 degrees but I really don't feel like it eating in my IHS again like it did to my R5 3600. So I'm using regular paste. I can reach up to 5250 CB R20 points on just boosting and no manual OC by cooling alone.



The culprit with Ryzen 3000 is not power dissipation but small heat transfer surface of the 7nm chiplet.
Do u mean that your 3600 can hit 5200 in CB with no manual ocing;;
Do u have a ss of your setup?

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12-12-2019 06:14 AM
TK421 with your guys 3900x or 3950x, can you show us your load temps under prime/cinebench r20?

with hwinfo, I'm especially interested in temperature difference between CCD1 and CDD2, because my difference between ccd1 and ccd2 is almost 15-20c


https://i.imgur.com/ZaxRkuG.png
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