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What is package node 0 and should I be concerned?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I did some video editing and I've noticed package node 0 in hwmonitor said 92C max afterwards,  CPU was 64C.

 

So what is this and is 92C too high? 

 

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package node 0 sounds like the tctl temp. You should only have to pay attention to tdie or what the lower temp is reporting.

 

But lets wait for a few more opinions before you take what I said as true.


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9 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

package node 0 sounds like the tctl temp. You should only have to pay attention to tdie or what the lower temp is reporting.

 

But lets wait for a few more opinions before you take what I said as true.

Ok,  but that doesn't really tell me anything... Would 92C be high or still normal under heavy load, regardless of what it is exactly? 

 


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7 minutes ago, Mark Kaine said:

Ok,  but that doesn't really tell me anything... Would 92C be high or still normal under heavy load, regardless of what it is exactly? 

 

The thing is AMD built in a temp offset (why, I don't know) that reports the real temp+a number. I don't know what that number is for Ryzen 3rd Gen.

 

The tdie (lower temp) is suppose to be the real temperature at the die (the silicon on the CPU). The tctl is suppose to be the tdie+the offset (so you get a much larger number). I'm assuming package node 0 is the tctl. If your tdie was 92C you would be experiencing serious thermal throttling and your CPU clock would tank.


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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

The thing is AMD built in a temp offset (why, I don't know) that reports the real temp+a number. I don't know what that number is for Ryzen 3rd Gen.

 

The tdie (lower temp) is suppose to be the real temperature at the die (the silicon on the CPU). The tctl is suppose to be the tdie+the offset (so you get a much larger number). I'm assuming package node 0 is the tctl. If your tdie was 92C you would be experiencing serious thermal throttling and your CPU clock would tank.

Oh I see,  yeah that is weird they would do that huh. 

So well,  unless we get a better answer I'll suppose you're right then... :)

 

i don't think there was any throttling either,  the edits went as fast as expected. 


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