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ShrimpBrime

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  1. Lol, yea its a bit to take in if you dont know a lot about it. Its ok. 90c that cooler would be hot at the base and warm near the top if loaded up heavy. You could try and reseat the cooler. If you do, take note how the paste had spread. Too much? Not enough? Maybe looks like uneven spread or air bubbles? Yea Hwinfo has everything. Its a good application. Hwmonitor is useful for older tech like AMD Phenom chips.
  2. Ok, so may not be hardware related. Did you hot swap the operating system or a freah install??
  3. Go to Page 3-23. https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/ROG_STRIX_B450_F_GAMING/E14401_ROG_STRIX_B450-F_GAMING_UM_WEB.pdf You want to do this for stability and compatibility support for your system and memory.
  4. First things first, be sure to update chipset drivers then your bios.
  5. Yep. Notice also the 3950X rig had Simultaneous Multithreading Disabled. 16c16t. That run was made to achieve a high as possible score in my opinion. The other was just somebody with a regular gaming setup and submitted a benchmark. Very poor for comparisons really.
  6. Tons of thoughts, but there's tons of variables between the systems as well. So 16 threads vs 64. This means the benchmark thread scaling doesn't go beyond maybe 8 - 12 threads depending also how the system is handling the threads at the time. If one rig has core parking enabled, it would suffer score from core unpark lag times. So having additional threads wouldn't really matter to a certain extent. The benchmark is heavily IPC and clock speed dependent. Since I cannot see the entire overclock details on each system, I cannot say why one would be faster than another when I could tweak either system identical and come with a different score just using different GPU driver versions. But from what we CAN see above: The 3950X looks like it's an all core static (manual) overclock @ 4.5ghz. The 3990X looks to be auto boosting. Probably has windows in balanced mode, core parking ect. The 2080ti's look to have a favor in clock speed on the 3950X which is running performance mode. Other than that, there could be a vast difference in Memory frequency, timings, Infinity Fabric and so forth and on ward. There's probably more we could touch on, but that's a good start I think.
  7. It really is dependent on case flow. Nice thing about the stock cooler, the fan points down and the VRMs get some air flow from that. HeatPipe cooler from AMD has been designed the same for some years now with minor variations, excluding the Fan changes. It's rated for 140w processors. A 3800x shouldn't really need more than the stock Wraith Prism.
  8. Try HWinfo64. Run it by itself, no other monitor program open or in the background. hwi_624.exe
  9. 2200G only supports up to 2933mhz memory frequency. These sticks are fine, but will likely run at a slower speed.
  10. You're in need of better cooling. Don't keep running the Cpu hot like this, it'll die a short lived death. Just wait for your cooler to arrive, then reevaluate the temps.
  11. No TVB is extended Boost over stock. You can use this as a form of overclocking. IA PS is your VRM current thresholds. You can also try voltage optimization (which I doubt will stabilize anything, I've never used it.... lol) Cpu Vccio you can increase to 1.0250v also. See if that helps.
  12. You have too many sticks populated to run XMP speeds with that memory on that motherboard with that Cpu. 2933mhz might be doable at best. Damn ninja's around here. ^^ XD
  13. Right, just enable XMP (cross fingers it works) and the rest looks good. Leave DRAM Ratio on auto.
  14. There is several reasons why you get "spikes" when running Prime 95 for example. First, we'll touch on the actual physical aspect of the processor. The stock TIM under the IHS plate is pure garbage. replacing it will reduce your temps greatly (15c'ish) Then, we'll look at the software. Prime95 is designed to Ramp up usage when it implements AVX instructions, and that's where you see the big tower leap in temps. You can have some fun experimenting with using OCCT while this program has AVX feature selections of AVX, AVX2, and AVX 512 (for older AMD) and disabled. You'll get different load temps testing with these settings. But all in all, I don't see any real issue here. You won't have any issues until your loaded at around 100c with that chip. I like to be 85c or less on air cooling loaded personally. Was interesting to see SpeedFan. Try Hwinfo64 maybe, use the sensors. hwi_624.exe
  15. With this chip, you'll simply set the multiplier to 3.9ghz or 39x all cores. You could increase BCLK but is not worth the risk to go over a couple mhz IE: 102 as you increase chances of Data corruption. This you play with at your own risk. Another way to increase performance is by increasing the memory frequency. In example, running the XMP speeds the memory is capable of. The restarting is a direct result of the processor temperature most likely. 85c is much too hot for that chip. 72c is the Tcase max temp for i7-4470/K. Hope this helps, good luck.
  16. Maybe perhaps try to increase VRM switching frequency. Anyhow, can you list system specs? Can you take screen shots of bios?
  17. Short Term Processor Loan Boot Kit AMD will offer affected and qualified users (as described below) an AMD Athlon 200GE Processor, including thermal solution, for short-term use ("boot kit") to perform the BIOS update on their motherboard. This short-term processor loan or boot kit is offered through AMD warranty services and is available only for qualified users that: Have made a valid purchase of a 3rd Gen Ryzen™ Desktop Processor and; Are unable to boot that processor because the user’s current X470/B450 BIOS must be upgraded first. This service is free of charge with the following condition: Once you have submitted your claim for a processor loan boot kit, AMD will require pictures of your 3rd Gen Ryzen™ Desktop Processor and AMD Socket AM4 400 Series motherboard, which clearly shows the model numbers and unique serial numbers as well as a copy of the purchase invoice(s) to authorize the request. Additionally, a summary or copy of communication with the motherboard manufacturer is requested to indicate why support from the Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) is not suitable. Once the RMA request is approved, the AMD Athlon 200GE processor will be sent with pre-paid return shipping. The processor is provided as a temporary loan to you for the sole purpose of updating the BIOS and must be returned within 10 business days of receipt. It is not necessary to return the provided thermal solution. To obtain the boot kit, please carefully follow these instructions: Go to the AMD online warranty claims page: https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/warranty-information/rma-form Fill in your full contact and product details (3rd Gen Ryzen Processor OPN number and serial number) In the Problem Description field enter "Boot kit Required" (without quotes) NOTE: The product must be a valid AMD processor with authentic OPN and serial number. Once the claim is received and approved, confirmation details and boot kit instructions will be provided in a follow up email. Source: https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/pa-100
  18. After you build, sell the 7700 and board, get some money back in the pocket.
  19. Update the bios firmware. Should help this issue.
  20. I think a new AMD machine would be the way to go. All new. Then you'll have way less worries and a more efficient machine. Quad core processors are a thing of the past. Even 8 threads, it's ok, but you're working. A 3700X would be perfect for you. With the right motherboard, you'd have an option to upgrade to 3900X, and continue with upgrades before the platform is dead. If this was just a gaming machine and budget was tight, I'd say keep the 7700 and go about your business. But 7700K is kinda weak for todays standards. (Not saying obsolete, it's definately a useable chip, I just don't think for your purpose it suits your needs)
  21. Plug the video cable into the motherboard and see if you get video.
  22. I run my 8700K at 3.7ghz @ 1 volt. Probably could do a tad less..... Runs super cool and efficient.
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