Ryzen 3000 Cinebench TEMPS
so lets post our Ryzen 3000 temps both idle and cinebench and cinebench scores, also indicate your cpu model and which cooler.
here is mine:
Cooler: Kraken X72 (360mm rad AIO)
temps Idle: 40-50C
Temps Cinebench: 73-75C
CPU: 3900X PBO Enabled 1.35v
Cooler: Corsair H150i Pro (360mm rad AIO)
temps Idle: 35 - 40c
Temps Cinebench: 70-73C
Also it maxes out at 75c during a 30 minute H264 Encode
great, may i ask what is your all core clock speed during cinebench?
x3900 (customer Water with 660 of radiator, I also tried with only 240), Ambient appx 75f
CPU: PBO +200 otherwise Auto, -0.05 offset on CPU and FSB set to 102.5
Memory: 64GB at 3066 (works at 3133, but is picky about booting), CAS16. Not very happy about this, but it is 64GB.
This leads to appx. all core 4200MHz in Cinebench, without the FSB it is closer to 4050MHz, in cinebench this does not make difference to temps in Prime95 it does a decent amount of temp.
Cinebench 20 scores:
240 and 660 are the around same appx 8300 multicore (first 2 passes tend to be closer to 8400)
Temps do differ: 240 appx 62c. 660 appx 55c This is running the test in a loop 10 times (manually Yuck).
While at it Prime 95, 2 hour avg temp:
240 appx 90c
660 appx 78c
The extra cooling in the loop definitely helps over long runs, short runs of Cinebench (1 or 2 loops), does not matter. Same with Prime95 normally takes about 3-5 minutes to begin to make a difference.
About radiator configuration: I have them configured externally using quick disconnects so I can move between 0, 480, 240 or 660 at will and location. 0 is only for testing the internal loop.
HSF: Thermalright TS140
(CPU) Stock Auto:
Voltage during (1.225-1.25v)
(CPU) OC (4.2GHz 1.3v):
Voltage during (1.25v (0.05v vdroop))
Edit: (CPU) undervolt (0.0625v (minimum) offset):
Voltage during (1.225v-1.25)
OCed RAM to DDR4-3666 (14-15-14) and PBO Scalar 3.
HSF: Corsair H115i
Idle: 30-35 (Ambient is 20)
R20 Score: 4996
R15 Score: 2206
If I drop PBO scalar back to 1, temperatures are more around 70 but score drops to ~4970 for R20.
lovely! great input guys, lets keep this rolling. gathering this data is good for all of us, and yeah why not state your memory speeds too :)
wow. i have a threadripper 1920x and im seeing your 8 core cinebench r15 scores come within a hair of my 12 core. zen 2 really is something amazing. thanks for the stats guys!
Here;s my results with a few benches from Ryzen 3900x, Aorus Elite motherboard, 3200cL14 b die ram (tuned to 3600c14)
CPU-Z showing the memory speeds:
CPU @ 'normal' voltage preset, offset -.102v
EDIT: ran another one with PBO enabled in BIOS instead of AUTO, the results are identical.
Temps: idle: 45-55c
Load: ~80C (stock cooler)
Probably gonna buy a AIO as the stock cooler is loud AF
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