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Ripper7620

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  1. Thank you for the reply, I'm going to go into BIOS and double check my settings, but I remember seeing the option for Tctl in some settings, however, I have set everything to read temps directly from the CPU, to the best of my knowledge. Also, thank you very much for reassuring me that CAM & Ryzen Master is to be trusted. After I'm done rendering, I'll go into BIOS and double check all my settings.
  2. I'm running an original Threadripper 1950X on a Taichi X399 MB. After rendering in After Effects, CAM reads 68-70C, however, when I restart to check my BIOS HW display, my CPU temp is 90C. This is concerning to say the least. In BIOS, everything is set to read temperature straight from the CPU. I'm more inclined to trust the direct readings from my BIOS, as opposed to CAM, so I'm just wondering, what could cause this discrepancy? Should I be trusting what my BIOS HW display information reads over what CAM is displaying? Also, some additional information, before I raised my CPU voltage preset to 1.225V, I had BIOS set to do everything in Auto mode, and my PC was acting like it was thermal throttling. For instance, shortly after starting an Ae render, CAM would show my CPU stuck at about 580Mhz, but fluctuating between 15-100% load. Additionally, the temp would be 68C, until I reset my voltage to @1.225V, and at present time, while rendering, my CPU is fluctuating between roughly 8-35% load, and holding fairly steady around 2800-3600Mhz in CAM, while my temps are reading 68-78C Thank you in advance for any and all replies.
  3. Thank you for the reply, I'm currently running the latest BIOS update(3.50). Ya, I may have misunderstood some of your reply, but I already have been going into BIOS to check the temps, and like I mentioned, it's reading 90C after a 4K After Effects rendering.
  4. Thank you for the reply, I'm gonna check out HWinfo right now, also FWIW, I'm currently using Ryzen Master to set up my overclocking profiles, and I'm getting pretty much the same readings as in CAM.
  5. Ripper7620

    Does RAM ever just burn out?

    In Ae, when rendering @4K, the CPU load fluctuates between about 10%-100%, and the temp, fluctuates between 68-73C.
  6. I have 64Gb of DDR4 3600Mhz G-Skill Trident Z installed, and I've never got it to operate @3600Mhz, it's always defaulted to @2133 for some reason. Now, I'm only reading 48Gb. I shut everything down, waited a couple minutes, shut the power supply off, then re-seated all 4 sticks, however I'm still only getting 48Gb of RAM detected. So I'm just wondering if a stick could have just burned out, or if I can actually repair the issue. I'm running Windows 10 Pro, a Threadripper 1950X, & a nVidia Quadro P5000, & the Motherboard is an Asrock Taichi X399. My PC is one year old, has been ran hard to wall many times, as I'm a creator and do a very large volume of 4K video & music rendering, sometimes rendering 2 or 3 different programs, all rendering at the same time. Is it possible a stick of RAM just burned out? Thank you in advance for any replies.
  7. Ripper7620

    Does RAM ever just burn out?

    Here’s something rather interesting, I’m rendering in After Effects, and it’s reading 55Gb of RAM under load, however, in both CAM & BIOS, it’s only reading 48Gb. What do you think?
  8. Ripper7620

    Does RAM ever just burn out?

    Thank you for the replies, I appreciate it, I'll try the MemTest.
  9. I’ve been rendering 4K video and music for 20 minutes, and my CPU temp never broke 68F. I’m running the original Threadripper 1950X.
  10. So far, I haven't found an option in After Effects to render to an H.264 codec, I don't know the bit rate of the large avi files, but a 5 min 4K(4096X2160) clip turns out to about 125Gb, but I've since switched to an MOV output codec, and am getting ready to try it.
  11. I've tried both VLC, Media Pro S, and neither one will play large avi files(over 100Gb) from After Effects. Is there an app for PC that will? Thank you in advance.
  12. Thank you for the reply, I appreciate it, and will check those out.
  13. I'm working on doing that, but with retaining the highest quality possible for H.264. Truth be told, I'm trying to learn After Effects on my own, and haven't bothered to watch any video tutorials.
  14. Thank you very much for the reply and suggestion, I appreciate it.
  15. I'm using a Quadro P5000, so I just assumed it would be a good idea to use CUDA acceleration to speed things up, ( if it even works that way). Is it ok, or better to use the software only option? I'm running a Threadripper 1950X, so either way, I'm covered. Thank you in advance.
  16. I mainly use Premiere Pro for editing and post production of drone footage, and am considering a second PC build. What are some of the best GPU's for my needs? I'm currently using a Quadro P5000, but I suspect I could spend my money more wisely in the future. All my work is in 4K, both 4096X2160, and 3840X2160. I love to use aggressive LUTs, and rather than a natural looking final product, I go for heavily processed looks.Thank you in advance. Here's a sample still shot of the kind of final product I tend to make;
  17. Thank you for the reply.
  18. Thank you, I just got it, but still need to learn how to use it.
  19. When I'm rendering, my GPU is under 50-80% load, but my CPU is only around 35-50%.
  20. I've been working in both at the same time to save time, instead of just using one at a time. Is this gonna over stress my computer? I'm running 64gb RAM, Threadripper 1950X, and a Quadro P5000. Both my CPU and GPU are running at 60 degrees, and my GPU is running between 60-90% Thank you in advance.
  21. Thank you for the reply, After Effects maxes out my RAM, but I suspect it can make do with less, it just wants to use as much as you feed it. I actually have been rendering in one and working in the other, I just didn't know any better, so thank you for that.
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