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CarloTheGamer

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About CarloTheGamer

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    Newbie

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    DK
  • Interests
    PCs and Cars

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 2700x @4.1 all cores
  • Motherboard
    Aorous Gaming x470
  • RAM
    16gb Gskill Trident Z RGB
  • GPU
    EVGA GTX 1070 FTW
  • Case
    NZXT
  • Storage
    1tb Nvme SSD + 500GB HDD
  • PSU
    Corsair 650w Gold RM series
  • Display(s)
    1 Acer Predator XB1 1440X2560
  • Cooling
    Coolermaster ML360
  • Keyboard
    Razer Hunsman
  • Mouse
    Steelseries Rival 600
  • Sound
    Hyperx Cloud
  • Operating System
    Windows 10

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  1. I wrote that the spikes resulted in a 10°C delta and that after the spike the CPU would end up at 82°C, after which it would drop down to 72°C. No axis labels are therefore needed as the picture is simply there to illustrate the fact that the CPU temperature was spiking irregularly.
  2. Screenshot shows temps on Ryzen master while running aida 64, cpu is locked at 4.1Ghz and 1.33 volts. Running a 360 CM AIO and arctic mx4 thermal compound but CPU still spikes up to 82C. Dunno why this is happening, already tried changing rad to top position from being in the front (thought that it could have been due air trapped in the pump). This did not help. The spikes are of 10°C every time and occur no matter if the CPU is under load or not. Really have no idea what it could be. I found some posts about idle temp spikes due to single core turbo at low loads but this doesn't explain the spikes while under 100% all core load. You guys have any ideas?
  3. At first I thought that was the problem too, however, its manually locked at 4.1Ghz meaning that PBO cannot kick in...
  4. Screenshots show temps on Ryzen master while running aida 64, cpu is locked at 4.1Ghz and 1.33 volts. Running a 360 CM AIO and arctic mx4 thermal compound but CPU still spikes up to 82C. Dunno why this is happening, already tried changing thermal compound, cleaned cpu and cold-plate with alcohol, changed rad to top position from being in the front (thought that it could have been due air trapped in the pump). None of this helped. The spikes are the main concern, they are 10C spikes and occur no matter if the CPU is under load or not. Really have no idea what it could be. I found some posts about idle temp spikes due to single core turbo at low loads but this doesn't explain the spikes while under 100% all core load. You guys have any ideas?
  5. Thanks for the help everyone especially Pixeld
  6. No signal. great. Its a CPU problem i guess its time to switch to INTEL... HERE I COME I7 7700K.
  7. Yeah the way to fix it is a reset of the cmos or bios but it don't work cuz i don't have a second bios to switch to, actually ill try the cmos battery again. I forgot to reply I did it im gonna try connection the pc again.
  8. Oh yeah i guess i can try... but i under-volted my CPU and i have never heard of anyone frying a CPU by under-voting it
  9. I don't have a CPU on hand but I do have a Multimeter I don't think the CPU heatspreader has electricity running though it. On top of that if I wanted to touch a CPU pin there would be no power going to the CPU because it would not be seated in the motherboard (I have to remove the CPU to gain access to the pins)
  10. The CPU is probably dead but how do you kill a CPU with an under clock???????????
  11. My monitor is plugged in I've tried Display port and HDMI but nothing works and I've tried swapping ram.
  12. Check the TDP of each component and add 50W and there you go.
  13. A system wont post with no CPU right?
  14. Well it didn't work, could under-voting my CPU have killed it?
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