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09-23-2019 07:11 AM
n4p0l3onic
Quote: Originally Posted by Ironcobra View Post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pykvwv5vcY

Try moving your radiator to the front of your case it helped me alot that way its bringing in cool air. Also what paste did you use and in what configuration, x seems or dots over each ccx seems best for ryzen 3
I just used the standard thermal paste that came with the AIO... I tried moving the radiator forward and made the back fan that cool the radiator pulls air out, it seem to make the temp actually worse somewhat... I'd try reverting things... don't mind much, this would be my final attempt.
09-23-2019 06:07 AM
intothecocytus
Quote: Originally Posted by pschorr1123 View Post
The correct Chipset (NB) reading is under the IT8688E sensor not the higher reading in the picture as verified by GB Matthew Not sure how Hwmonitor reports as I use HWiNFO64 but should still present the IT8688E sensor

I have yet to see mine go above 62 degrees however, I have a Liquid cooled Vega64 so I would expect the chipset to get much hotter if you are gaming with a normal non reference cooler as it will dump hot air directly into the chipset intake fan.

I also have my chipset (pch) fan set to the silent profile in the bios.

Im using a 980 hybrid with rad as exhaust on the top with 2 other exhaust fans. I have a triple fan rad for CPU cooling as side intake along with 3 intake fans on the bottom, 9 fans in total (considering a small exhaust fan on the back)

I just need to know if 70ish c is a safe operating temp for the NB
09-23-2019 05:46 AM
pschorr1123
Quote: Originally Posted by intothecocytus View Post
Hello. I recently got my new PC put together and I am running this Auros x570 Elite, 3700x ryzen with 3600 gskill trident neo and I have been doing some light testing with temps to make sure things are set up correctly. Now I'm relatively new to the whole custom PC and all the checks and tests involved and I do not overclock (yet) so I just have a few questions regarding where the NB is located on this board and what an average temp should be.

Using Hwmonitor, the TMPIN2 temp peaks at about 72c then lowers as the fans accelerate to lower the temp to about 65. The fans will kick in as it approaches 68-70c.
The correct Chipset (NB) reading is under the IT8688E sensor not the higher reading in the picture as verified by GB Matthew Not sure how Hwmonitor reports as I use HWiNFO64 but should still present the IT8688E sensor

I have yet to see mine go above 62 degrees however, I have a Liquid cooled Vega64 so I would expect the chipset to get much hotter if you are gaming with a normal non reference cooler as it will dump hot air directly into the chipset intake fan.

I also have my chipset (pch) fan set to the silent profile in the bios.
09-23-2019 05:35 AM
smoicol Hello guys, I would like to make my g.skill 2x16gb 17 19 19 39 work in xmp, but the PC does not start remains black screen or if part of the Windows screen goes in To Blue screen, can you tell me if there is anything I can do? I only use the vram at 1.35v the rest is on normal or auto.....thanks
09-23-2019 05:18 AM
intothecocytus
NB Temperature

Hello. I recently got my new PC put together and I am running this Auros x570 Elite, 3700x ryzen with 3600 gskill trident neo and I have been doing some light testing with temps to make sure things are set up correctly. Now I'm relatively new to the whole custom PC and all the checks and tests involved and I do not overclock (yet) so I just have a few questions regarding where the NB is located on this board and what an average temp should be.

Using Hwmonitor, the TMPIN2 temp peaks at about 72c then lowers as the fans accelerate to lower the temp to about 65. The fans will kick in as it approaches 68-70c.
09-23-2019 05:14 AM
CaptnJones
Quote: Originally Posted by zerowalker View Post
Btw, what temps should i be expecting with Noctua DH15 3900x on X570 AORUS Pro?
I am currently getting from 40c up to 85c depending on the loads.
Before on the stock cooler i even got to 100c which i notice is beyond the tjmax or 95c,
so i am worried i might have broken something, but i hope the safety features inside would have throttled it long before then though.

Also hope my previous question didn't get missed about SVM or whatever it was called causing issues with Core Temp and maybe other stuff that i don't know:S

thanks
What method did u use when applying the thermal paste? Try using the x spread method
09-23-2019 04:26 AM
Soeski
Quote: Originally Posted by bigcid10 View Post
I have my 3900 set at 43.00 all core OC
with 1.350v
it performs much better that way as the auto setting ,
I lose 400-500 points on CB20
7600 vs 7150 PTs
I already crash (CB20 crashes) when I set all-core @ 41.50 at whatever voltage. You have one lucky binning
Max I can go is 4125MHz all-core, and that does not score higher than Auto+PBO.
09-22-2019 10:36 PM
Ironcobra
Quote: Originally Posted by n4p0l3onic View Post
what do you mean with doing push pull? 1 fan that is mounted on the radiator doing push and the other fan doing pull? different air direction? is that what you mean?

Try moving your radiator to the front of your case it helped me alot that way its bringing in cool air. Also what paste did you use and in what configuration, x seems or dots over each ccx seems best for ryzen 3
09-22-2019 06:17 PM
bigcid10
Quote: Originally Posted by n4p0l3onic View Post
3 fans on the front, one rear, the AIO fans are on the top, blowing air out... I got the undervolting way, it didn't help much and slowing down single core bench score... oh well it's not like I'm going to grind the 24 threads through 100% load 24/7, I guess I'd just need to suck it up.
I have my 3900 set at 43.00 all core OC
with 1.350v
it performs much better that way as the auto setting ,
I lose 400-500 points on CB20
7600 vs 7150 PTs
09-22-2019 05:52 PM
hahler2 Anyone else having issues with the latest stable ABBA bios? I'm running a 3600X on a Aorus Pro WiFi board with F6A bios installed. Am getting 100 mhz higher clock speeds but I'm also having horrible gaming issues. Games are stuttering and locking up on me constantly. Going to try rolling back to the last bios but was just curious if anyone else was having issues.
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