1 hour ago, SaHaRzZz said:
it was cinebench r20 too.
Every monitoring software shows different values I don't know what to believe anymore ><
I activated the docp profile in the BIOS and it got me to 7008 pts, which is about 80 pts higher.
I also found this thread:
and followed the 'Best Answered' and it reduced my voltage on idle, well according to HWMonitor..
CPU-Z still says 1.5V - 1.526V, sometimes spikes to 1.199V, I don't even know anymore haha probably 'sleeping/parking' cores or something
idling at about 56-63 degrees, it moves a lot
seems a bit high for me but I guess that's what it is for 12 cores?
Just to confirm, am I good? ><
Ryzen 3000 series processors have a throttle point of 95c. Your 84c, has a little headroom left.
Want to run IF and memory clocks linked as high as possible. 3800mhz is a goal. In most cases IF won't do 2000mhz, so need to unlink at this frequency.
Tweaking SenseMi technology to your particular rig takes time. Not so cut and dry as manual overclocking is. There's quite a few settings to play with "boosting" clocks if you will, again, takes time to tweak it all.
Are you good? Well yea aside from running a Gen 1 board with a Gen 3 cpu.... I think you're doing fine.
The cooler you run that Ryzen Cpu the better because it will sustain boost clocks for a longer duration. My Ryzen chip is default all core boost of 4ghz, 4350mhz single core boosts. If it runs hot enough, the all core boost will throttle to 3.9ghz and I usually see this once I hit 85-90c as this is where my throttle point is.
High temp cpu alarm is at 70c. At this temp, the stock fan profile will put the fan to 100%. This says something doesn't it? Why did AMD boost clocks and voltages past this temp from stock?? Well, to eek out every last ounce of performance leaving absolutely no headroom for manual overclocking.