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j0nnicage

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  1. @TofuHaroto I did a BIOS flashback and only modified the RAM settings to get it to 3466 and set the CPU voltage and ratio. Didn't touch anything else. Should I still flash it again? I'm not an expert by any stretch of the imagination, but that doesn't seem necessary. When you say re set that undervolt, what would you recommend? @AndersWSP Thanks for the info! I'll try running this and seeing how it goes. Just bugs me that other people can get their temps down to 31c at idle and I can't get mine to go below 43-44c.
  2. Hi Guys, New to the forum so please be easy on me. I have an Asus ROG Strix B550-I mobo in a NZXT H1 case with the included 140mm AIO and 650w PSU. For some reason my temperatures are running hot at idle and when gaming. My max temp I've hit while gaming is about 76c. My idle temps are about 44-53 range. I've watched Jayztwocents 3900x overclocking guide and lowered my CPU voltage to 1.3v, manually set the CPU to 3.8ghz so it doesn't fluctuate and cause higher temps, disabled PBO, set my fan curve to 100% all of the time and still I can not get these temps down. Looking at other threads and videos, it should be around 32c idle and 55c while gaming running this setup. What am I missing here? The UEFI bios update is different than in the Jayz video since his video was a while ago so some of the settings are labeled differently and I don't know enough to translate what it used to be to what it is now. I do have D.O.C.P. enabled only to get the RAMs normal usage which is 3466Mhz. I am worried that over time this will diminish the CPU running this hot and degrade it much faster. Attached is a screenshot of HWinfo showing the idle temps that have been logging since I have been typing this and the computer being on for about an hour. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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