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About RylanStylin

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800x
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix B450-F
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 3600 Trident Z Neo
  • GPU
    EVGA RTX 2060 Super
  • Case
    Corsair 220t Black
  • Storage
    1tb Samsung QVO + 500gb SP Gen 3 NVMe
  • PSU
    EVGA G5
  • Display(s)
    1440p 144hz Dell 27" Monitor + 1080p 60hz Vertical mounted monitor
  • Cooling
    AMD Ryzen Wraith Prism
  • Keyboard
    Cooler Master CK 530
  • Mouse
    Corsair Ironclaw Wireless
  • Sound
    Creative Labs Pebble
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
  1. I heard iCue tended to overvolt the cpu so i uninstalled it. No effect.
  2. the bios and core temp. I cant get ryzen master to work. the core voltage at idle/in bios is 1.5v
  3. I have a Ryzen 7 3800x. It runs from 50-65c at idle. What the hell. Everything is installed correctly. I just dont know whats happening. I have r7 Wraith Prism cooler on it.
  4. True, but the stock cooler with the 3600 is garbage and very loud.
  5. I put together 3 parts lists; the first was a Threadripper 3960x based machine designed to work as 3 systems, two for gaming and one content creation. It came out to 4,430$. When I tallyd up the total for the machines by themselves rather than integrated into one machine, I came out to 1,814$ for the content creation machine (Ryzen 9 3900x + GTX 1660 Super + 32gb ram and some other bells and whistles like mirrored hard drives). The Gaming machines came out to 1,440$ each. (Ryzen 5 3600 + RTX 2060 Super and some other bells and whistles like liquid cooling). This came out to 4696$, 266$ less than our fully integrated system. With some smarter parts listing you could definitely maximize your savings, but I DEFINITELY think looking into the lower-end threadrippers as several virtual machines is worth looking into, and it would be very interesting to see the results if someone were to actually try this.
  6. But the fans should be able to run quieter with the better airflow
  7. I set it to only run at 700rpm below 50c.When I do this, it will ramp down to good levels of quiet, but will ramp up ever once in a while until it cools back down. Its very annoying either way.
  8. Yes, I did that yesterday. Worked fine. don't know what I did wrong the last time. thanks
  9. I recently upgraded from a Ryzen 5 2600 + AMD Wraith Stealth and 3 chassis fans to a Ryzen 7 3800x + AMD Wraith Prism and 6 chassis fans. Its so much louder now at idle. ALL of the fans run at 1500+ RPM all the time. (on iCue's Quiet preset). Cooler is installed correctly/thermal paste/etc. Is this a normal problem?
  10. cpu utilization is 4%. it runs anywhere between 3.8 - 4.5Ghz. It just tries to be at boost clock all the time. It's an overvoltage issue or smth
  11. Yes, HWinfo64 confirms that the CPU is trying to hit boost clock all the time