Ryzen 5000 Series Discussion

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  1. mrbean_phillip

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    @tfroggy: Nope, single-stage evap/refrigeration cooler I would imagine he meant.

    Wrt temp differences between Ryzen Master and generic progs, most likely dependent on which temp sensor is being read...
     
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  2. spit051261

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    Yea whatever
    This is my 1080ti now , as we chat
    Single stage on CPU and chiller on card .
    I thought you were joking .
    Apologies
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  3. darkbastard

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    THIS - getting accurate temps out of anything other than Ryzen Master is at the very least difficult.

    The constant polling of programs like HWinfo has its own impact on the super responsive Zen 3 cpu's.

    My 5950x will idle at around 32-35c using ryzen master with most cores entering sleep mode regularly. Using HWinfo however the cores never enter sleep (within the limits of what HWinfo can measure) and idle is generally 40-42c

    From the very start it has been said repeatedly the only accurate measure of temps for Zen is Ryzen Master
     
  4. OJR

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    5800X here on PBO around 5050Mhz and it doesn't get much over 70 deg. This is on a Fractal 360 AiO. Readings via CTR and HWInfo64.
     
  5. tfroggydawg

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    Hah no, not familiar with cooling that isnt air/water.

    Mixed feelings about the 3700x to 5800x upgrade.

    Happy now I can run 4 sticks of bdie at 3800c16 1900FCLK, and a boost to gaming FPS.

    A little disappointed how hot it runs, constantly reminded by the louder case fans and the repurposed nexus 7 stats display on my desk that now has frequent yellow and red bars on the temp stats.
     
  6. spit051261

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    you be fine :)
     
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  7. OJR

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    It doesn't run hot, that's a load of shit.
     
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  8. spit051261

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    What doesnt run ?
     
  9. tfroggydawg

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    Does the windows powerplan do much in 2021 with the 5000 series? I set mine to Ryzen high performance , up from the Ryzen Balanced plan a while back. I think the only real difference is the minimum processor state is 99% vs 100%.

    I had a look at the windows balanced plan at it has a minimum processor state of 5%, which I assume would mean lower power and temps when idling? Clicking between them I didn't notice any obvious changes happen straight away.

    What temps for a Cinebench R20 run?
     
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  10. spit051261

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    You got to oc these manually .
     
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    Mine is pretty consistent between HWINFO and Ryzen Master
     

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    Is that on a manual overclock? i thought 5800x is limited to 4.8ghz ? I'm too lazy to do any manual overclocking so everything is just on "auto" in the bios :p
     
  13. tfroggydawg

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    Ryzen master seems to use the average sensor temp while I think most other software shows the highest temp sensor. HWiNFO shows both which is nice.
     
  14. spit051261

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    If you are using ryzen master , pump voltage up to 1.55 and keep upping the speed until it crashes or burns your house down , easy peasy :)
    5800x should go to 5.3 with decent cooling .
     
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    ... jesus christ man
     
  16. spit051261

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    Ive run benches faster than that lol
    Ill have to check but think 5.425 is my highest benching on 5800x .
    Its all about cooling .
    Colder the faster .
    Zarok has been much faster on dice .
     
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  17. OJR

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    That is during a CB20 run. CTR uses it for stability testing.
     
  18. OJR

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    As I mentioned, it’s PBO, as in Precision Boost Overdrive. You lose gaming performance with an all core manual OC.

    This is the best I have got out of it:

    [​IMG]
     
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  19. tfroggydawg

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    5800X? Runs at least 10C hotter at idle and load then my 3700X with the same cooling and auto settings.

    Interesting. Had a brief look at CTR again yesterday, might have to give it another go.
     
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  20. OJR

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    Of course it will run hotter, it boosts much higher. Considering the performance you get though, it doesn't run hot. Wait till you see 11th gen Intel parts.
     
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