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About Dizz_Man

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Motherboard
    ASROCK x570 Taichi
  • RAM
    16GB Corsair Vengeance 3600MHz
  • GPU
    Asus Strix GTX 1080
  • Case
    Lian Li O11 Air
  • Storage
    Crucial P1 NVME 500GB / Seagate Barracuda 3TB
  • PSU
    Be Quiet! Straight Power 11 750W
  • Display(s)
    Acer XB241H 1080p 144Hz
  • Cooling
    Stock cooler with 3700X
  • Keyboard
    Ducky One 2, full length
  • Mouse
    Logitech G703
  • Sound
    Audio-Technica ATH-WS1100iS
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home

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  1. First off, I have a H100i Pro 240mm as intake on the side panel of my O11 air. I am NOT using stock thermal paste, I am using thermal grizzly Kryonaut, spread on the CPU using the applicator head. Ambient is mid 20s (degrees Celsius) The coolant temps are about 34degC going by Corsair iCUE at the time of the screenshot. The temps shown here are basically idle I have all stock CPU settings (Auto) Which one should I trust? I assume they might be using different temperature sensors but which one is more to the "true" temperature of my CPU Also, MSI AB and RM show different idle core clocks, RM shows under 1GHz while MSI AB doesn't go below 2.5GHz, so confusing.
  2. So to put this as short as possible; I am wondering how to make the built-in RGB on the motherboard turn off completely when I shut down my PC At the moment when I shut down my PC all the other components such as cooler, RAM and GPU all turn off their RGB except for the mobo, which is a little annoying as my PC is in my bedroom I couldn't find a setting in BIOS for it, CPUZ states that my BIOS version is "P2.00 - AMD AGESA Combo-AM4". Should I update bios? Cause that jazz is scary stuff, even if my mobo has a flashback button.
  3. Okay, but you have a full custom loop, I'm just running stock box cooler which is the wraith prism. Also doesn't TR have multiple dies under the MASSIVE heat spreader, while consumer Ryzen chips have 1 single little concentrated heat source?
  4. Here's the setup. O11 air with 8 fans installed (2 side 2 front 2 bottom 2 top all 120mm), 3700X stock prism cooler with stock paste on an x570 Taichi My room is at a reasonable temperature, 22C to 25C When idle my CPU is around 50C to 60C, it's temp curve recorded by MSI AB is in small spikes, the line is never really flat, just spikes My CPU has reached up to 4.4GHz boost on its own (assuming it's a quick single core spike) as well as quick voltage spikes up to 1.5V, recorded in HWMonitor While playing a pretty modern game, CoD MW, my CPU sits around 70C up to as much as 86C and the fan ramps up hard. When doing a benchmark such as Time Spy normal, during the CPU test my 3700X reached a toasty 91C and assuming it thermal throttled because the clocks dropped and it didn't go any hotter. Is this a BIOS issue? thermal paste issue? cooler mount issue? Or do I just need to go buy a 240 AIO? FYI, Ryzen Master refuses to install correctly, I keep getting an error message after every clean install of it
  5. UPDATE: Played a round or 2 of CoD MW and max temp got to 86C stock prism cooler, stock paste, no OC It seems to climb in temps when it spikes to 4.2 or 4.3GHz when opening apps like chrome or something and the fan ramps up hard (based off sound)
  6. So I finished my first personal PC today YAY It has a 3700X and has an idle on desktop of 45ish degrees C and I have seen it pull as much as 1.5V at all stock settings. (My room is a little warm btw it's summer in Australia rn) Is this normal and will the stock prism cooler be sufficient for gaming? I don't do any professional work atm
  7. So,I just bought a Ryzen 3700X from PCCG not even a week ago at this point. Today the 3800X went on sale for cheaper, just out of nowhere, no special occasion, nothing. When I bought CoD MW on PC it went on sale a week later. A few years ago, I bought a GTX 1060, which a month later the RTX series was released, which meant slashed prices on GTX cards to get them off shelves. DOES ANYONE ELSE HAVE THIS????? WHY ME???
  8. While I could go with x570 literally in AUS the cheapest dirt tier x570 is about $245 while the most expensive and feature rich B450 (in my case the gaming pro carbon B450) is $225.
  9. Thank you and all other comments just like this, I know it might not be PCMR but I can get the retail store to flash bios for me when ordering said motherboard so I understand that haha.
  10. I'm coming close to clicking that order button on my new PC and I'm thinking about grabbing a 3700x. I will also be getting a B450 MSI Gaming Pro Carbon. Will this be fine for it without any under-volting or any BIOS tweaking stuff to make it run just peachy? I'm starting to second guess myself and I'm scared lmao
  11. Well ya see, i'm going Ryzen 3700X and plan on using it's Wraith Max RGB cooler. Not incompatible with 115x sockets. I'm trying to spend less money not more lmao
  12. Fiiinne, I might consider buying a cheap-better-than-box-cooler tower. But maybe after I get the rest of my parts
  13. Well yeah it's a cooling problem, things running on the intel box cooler cause the AIO pump died last year. I can't wait for sales though because this isn't really my pc, it's more of a family one, and I don't really want to buy a new cooler for this one, had it since early 2013. So having my own that's just perfect and no problems will be great
  14. Been slowly grabbing some parts for my new PC when they've been discounted. Current PC has an i7 3770 and the poor bugger is hanging on by a thread (ayyy). Playing current online games is burning it to a crisp 90+C when just gaming I just want her to hold on until I get my new PC!