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The 3600 TDP is 65, but the 3600x TDP is 95. I've been reading that the only thing that makes the TDP 95 is the cooler it comes with. So if I replace the cooler with something else, what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

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6 minutes ago, alxne said:

what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

Remains the same.


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8 minutes ago, alxne said:

The 3600 TDP is 65, but the 3600x TDP is 95. I've been reading that the only thing that makes the TDP 95 is the cooler it comes with. So if I replace the cooler with something else, what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

TDP has nothing to do with the cooler. You can change your cooler but it will remain the same.

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8 minutes ago, alxne said:

The 3600 TDP is 65, but the 3600x TDP is 95. I've been reading that the only thing that makes the TDP 95 is the cooler it comes with. So if I replace the cooler with something else, what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

The TDP of the 3600x is always 95W 

( unless you undervolt it )


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10 hours ago, alxne said:

what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

same, does not change by changing  the cooler.


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The TDP is a design value use to scale cooling. As long as you use something no worse than the given TDP, you will get at least the minimum performance from the CPU. A better cooler than minimally required can allow it to boost higher/longer than with the stock cooler.

 

Also note TDP is NOT maximum power consumption. From memory on Zen 2, 65W TDP CPUs actually have a limit of 88W (PPT) at stock. I don't recall the values for higher TDP CPUs, but again it is higher than the TDP value.


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TDP of a CPU and TDP of a cooler have no relation whatsoever. There's no industry standard for measuring TDP, so everyone does it differently. For AMD it's mostly a measure of power consumption while boosting (though it's still arbitrary) and for Intel, it's mostly a measure of running at the base clock (though it's still arbitrary). This is why you'll actually find AMD CPUs with higher TDPs than Intel CPUs running both cooler and with less power than those Intel CPUs.

 

When it comes to cooler manufacturers, it's even more arbitrary, especially if they're selling a cooler for both Intel and AMD CPUs. In general, you just buy a cooler with a TDP higher than your chip, and that should be good enough.

 

Mostly about AMD, but same principles apply to Intel.

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21 minutes ago, Chris Pratt said:

TDP of a CPU and TDP of a cooler have no relation whatsoever. There's no industry standard for measuring TDP, so everyone does it differently. For AMD it's mostly a measure of power consumption while boosting (though it's still arbitrary) and for Intel, it's mostly a measure of running at the base clock (though it's still arbitrary). This is why you'll actually find AMD CPUs with higher TDPs than Intel CPUs running both cooler and with less power than those Intel CPUs.

While there may be differences in their respective TDP definitions, I don't think that is the main factor that Intel CPUs can run higher power (but not necessarily hotter). The big difference is that Intel do not enforce a power limit when CPUs are running non-overclocked. Unlimited power budget is not an overclock, and an allowable "stock" condition. AMD however do enforce a power limit on Zen 2, known as PPT. This is 88W for 65W TDP CPUs. So at stock operating condition, Zen 2 CPUs will have a power limit. To remove that power limit is considered overclocking by AMD.


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1 hour ago, nox_ said:

TDP has nothing to do with the cooler. You can change your cooler but it will remain the same.

Very untrue.

 

The Thermal  design point is all about cooler selection.

 

Generally the stock cooler covers the cpu TDP and nothing more = no overclock head room.

 

 


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1 hour ago, alxne said:

The 3600 TDP is 65, but the 3600x TDP is 95. I've been reading that the only thing that makes the TDP 95 is the cooler it comes with. So if I replace the cooler with something else, what is the TDP of the 3600x does it remain the same or is it lower?

cpu tdp is kinda meaningless marketing jargon, 3600 actual power draw is closer to 95w, the 95w tdp cpus are closer to 130w

 

The tdp rating for coolers are a better indication of how much power can a cpu draw with said cooler, but that also differs with different gens of cpus.


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4 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Very untrue.

 

The Thermal  design point is all about cooler selection.

 

Generally the stock cooler covers the cpu TDP and nothing more = no overclock head room.

 

 

So you are saying that changing the cooler will change the tdp...? Cause I'm pretty much sure it will remain the same.

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4 minutes ago, xg32 said:

cpu tdp is kinda meaningless marketing jargon, 3600 actual power draw is closer to 95w, the 95w tdp cpus are closer to 130w

 

The tdp rating for coolers are a better indication of how much power can a cpu draw with said cooler, but that also differs with different gens of cpus.

This is a classic example of the problem we have. TDP in modern usage is NOT CPU power consumption.


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Just now, porina said:

This is a classic example of the problem we have. TDP in modern usage is NOT CPU power consumption.

ya, i don't even look at the tdp given by intel and amd anymore lol, i have a ballpark estimate of how much each cpu draws. I had a fun guess of 220w b4 the 10900k released, i had a nice laugh when the reviews came out lol.


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6 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Very untrue.

 

The Thermal  design point is all about cooler selection.

 

Generally the stock cooler covers the cpu TDP and nothing more = no overclock head room.

 

 

It's not that simple. For example, AMD's calculation for TDP includes the thermal resistance of the heatsink, which is chosen based on their stock cooler obviously. As such, and since it's inversely proportional, a better cooler effectively results in a higher TDP. However, practically, that then just shifts the numbers such that things like the junction temp or ambient temp can be higher, resulting in the same TDP. In other words, TDP doesn't change, but thermal headroom does because of a better cooler, which is pretty much just obvious.

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29 minutes ago, Chris Pratt said:

It's not that simple. For example, AMD's calculation for TDP includes the thermal resistance of the heatsink, which is chosen based on their stock cooler obviously. As such, and since it's inversely proportional, a better cooler effectively results in a higher TDP. However, practically, that then just shifts the numbers such that things like the junction temp or ambient temp can be higher, resulting in the same TDP. In other words, TDP doesn't change, but thermal headroom does because of a better cooler, which is pretty much just obvious.

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What is the purpose of TDP?

The purpose of defining TDP is to provide system designers/integrators with a power target in order to help with proper thermal solution selection

 

 

Neither Intel or AMD include boost or turbo clocks in reference to TDP.

 

It is in fact (for AMD), and I'll use my 2700x for example, TDP is the rating for max p-state clocks and voltage, in my case 3.7ghz at 1.210v according to CPU-z txt report. 

Intel is similar, but TDP is the average BTU dissipation at load when not in boosted or turbo state.

 

That's why when you look at full turbo load, the TDP wattage consumption is higher than advertised. 

 

Then you convert that wattage to BTU to get an idea of how big a space heater you have.

 

Been going round and round with this conversation for years and years.

 

Back in 2005, the TDP accuracy became an average when Intel introduced "turbo" clocks.

 

Do some research, you'll see what I'm talking about.


Cpu-z validation list.

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     FREQUENCY   HARDWARE COOLING WR GL HW CP    
1.   7685.4 MHz   AMD FX-8300 LN2   0pts   41.3pts
 
7.9pts 21pts    
2.   7284.9 MHz   AMD FX-4300 LN2   0pts   0pts   7.3pts 0pts    
3.   6912.1 MHz   AMD FX-4170 LN2   0pts   0pts   6pts 0pts    
4.   6375.1 MHz   AMD Phenom II X4 980 BE LN2   0pts   0pts   4.4pts 0pts    
5.   6220.8 MHz   AMD FX-4350 Dice   0pts   0pts   2.6pts 0pts    
6.   6118.4 MHz   AMD FX-8350 Dice   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
7.   6100.2 MHz   AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE LN2   0pts   0pts   11.2pts 0pts    
8.   6022.9 MHz   AMD FX-8370E Dice   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
9.   5718 MHz   AMD FX-9590 H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
10.   5454 MHz   AMD Phenom II X4 960T BE Stock   0pts   0pts   3.1pts 0pts    
11.   5319.2 MHz   AMD Phenom II X2 565 BE LN2   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
12.   5202.5 MHz   Intel Core i7 3770K H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
13.   5100 MHz   AMD Phenom II X3 720 BE LN2   0pts   0pts   9.5pts 0pts    
14.   5001.6 MHz   Intel Core i5 2500K H2O   0pts   0pts   11.9pts 0pts    
15.   4680.3 MHz   AMD FX-4100 Stock   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 1pts    
16.   4490.4 MHz   AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Stock   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
17.   4400.2 MHz   AMD Phenom II X4 940 BE LN2   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
18.   4391.1 MHz   AMD Athlon 220GE Stock   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
19.   4389.5 MHz   AMD Ryzen 3 1200 (Summit Ridge) Chilled   0pts   0pts   3pts 0pts    
20.   4266.4 MHz   AMD Athlon 200GE     0pts   0pts   1.8pts 0pts    
21.   4237.5 MHz   AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
22.   4197.5 MHz   Intel Core i5 4690K Stock   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
23.   4185.8 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 521 H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
24.   4125.6 MHz   AMD Phenom II X2 550 BE Air   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
25.   4116 MHz   Intel Pentium D 820 H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
26.   4077.3 MHz   AMD Athlon II X2 255 H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
27.   4063.9 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400+ (Windsor) Dice   0pts   0pts   11.9pts 1pts    
28.   4045.7 MHz   AMD Phenom II X3 B73 Air   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
29.   4005.6 MHz   AMD Athlon II X2 250 Dice   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
30.   3915.1 MHz   AMD A8-3850 H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
31.   3848 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 LE-1640 (Orleans) Dice   0pts   0pts   9.8pts 0pts    
32.   3767.5 MHz   AMD E2-3200 Air   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
33.   3750.4 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (Windsor) Dice   0pts   0pts   15.5pts 0pts    
34.   3600.1 MHz   AMD A4-3300 Air   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
35.   3542.6 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (Brisbane) H2O   0pts   0pts   10.2pts 0pts    
36.   3538.3 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 4050e H2O   0pts   0pts   5.3pts 0pts    
37.   3511.8 MHz   Intel Celeron 2.7Ghz (Northwood) H2O   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
38.   3495.3 MHz   AMD Athlon X2 7850 BE H2O   0pts   0pts   2.6pts 0pts    
39.   3475.3 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ (Brisbane) H2O   0pts   0pts   24.3pts 0pts    
40.   3430.7 MHz   AMD Sempron LE-1100 LN2   0pts   0pts   8.9pts 0pts    
41.   3430.4 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 LE-1660 (Lima) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
42.   3410.7 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 FX-62 (Windsor) Dice   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
43.   3399.3 MHz   AMD Opteron 146 (Venus, s939) Chilled   0pts   0pts   12.1pts 0pts    
44.   3355.1 MHz   AMD Mobile Athlon 64 4000+ (Newark) Dice   0pts   0pts   1.4pts 0pts    
45.   3342 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 2.4Ghz (Northwood, 200 FSB) Stock   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
46.   3333.8 MHz   AMD Sempron X2 2200     0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
47.   3300.9 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 BE-2400 H2O   0pts   0pts   2.9pts 0pts    
48.   3255.3 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 3400+ (Venice, s939) Dice   0pts   0pts   5.7pts 0pts    
49.   3220.7 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 BE-2300 H2O   0pts   0pts   2.9pts 0pts    
50.   3208.5 MHz   AMD Sempron 3100+ (S754, Paris) LN2   0pts   0pts   11.4pts 0pts    
51.   3193.5 MHz   AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Air   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
52.   3190.2 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Brisbane) Air   0pts   0pts   3.1pts 0pts    
53.   3180.4 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (Orleans) H2O   0pts   0pts   7.5pts 0pts    
54.   3165.5 MHz   AMD Opteron 148 (Venus, s939) H2O   0pts   0pts   4.6pts 0pts    
55.   3162.6 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 4450B Air   0pts   0pts   0.7pts 0pts    
56.   3159.4 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ (Windsor) H2O   0pts   0pts   4.2pts 0pts    
57.   3157.1 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 2.4Ghz (Northwood, 133 FSB) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
58.   3150.1 MHz   AMD Opteron 1210 H2O   0pts   0pts   1.5pts 0pts    
59.   3109.9 MHz   AMD Athlon X2 7750 BE H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
60.   3096.2 MHz   AMD Opteron 165 Air   0pts   0pts   13.8pts 0pts    
61.   3089.5 MHz   AMD Sempron 2800+ (Palermo) Chilled   0pts   0pts   17.4pts 0pts    
62.   3060.9 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Windsor) H2O   0pts   0pts   1.4pts 0pts    
63.   3050.3 MHz   AMD Sempron 3400+ (Manila) H2O   0pts   0pts   6.1pts 0pts    
64.   3032.8 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (Venice, s939) H2O   0pts   0pts   7.1pts 0pts    
65.   3009.2 MHz   AMD Phenom X4 9850 BE H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
66.   2900.2 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Manchester) H2O   0pts   0pts   2.9pts 0pts    
67.   2900.2 MHz   AMD Sempron 3600+ (Manila) H2O   0pts   0pts   2.7pts 0pts    
68.   2894.4 MHz   AMD Opteron 850 (Sledgehammer) Air   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
69.   2892.6 MHz   AMD Opteron 1389 Stock   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
70.   2846.8 MHz   AMD Opteron 875 H2O   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
71.   2799.7 MHz   AMD Sempron 3000+ (S754, Palermo) LN2   0pts   0pts   6.7pts 0pts    
72.   2761.2 MHz   AMD Opteron 250 (Troy) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
73.   2750.1 MHz   AMD Athlon X2 5000+ H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
74.   2730.6 MHz   AMD Athlon XP 2400+ (Thoroughbred) Chilled   0pts   0pts   7.5pts 0pts    
75.   2584 MHz   AMD Turion 64 ML-30 H2O   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
76.   2511.3 MHz   AMD Sempron 2500+ (Palermo) LN2   0pts   0pts   6.9pts 0pts    
77.   2506.6 MHz   AMD Opteron 846 (Sledgehammer) Air   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
78.   2500 MHz   AMD Opteron 246 (Troy) H2O   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
79.   2500 MHz   AMD Opteron 270 H2O   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
80.   2495.8 MHz   AMD Turion II N530 Stock   0pts   0pts   0.7pts 0pts    
81.   2494 MHz   Intel Core i5 5200U Stock   0pts   0pts   3.1pts 0pts    
82.   2416.2 MHz   AMD Athlon 64 2650e Air   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
83.   2400.4 MHz   AMD Opteron 248 (Sledgehammer) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.7pts 0pts    
84.   2296.2 MHz   AMD Turion II P520 Stock   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
85.   2294.1 MHz   AMD Phenom X3 8600B Stock   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
86.   2291.6 MHz   AMD Opteron 246 EE (Sledgehammer) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.7pts 0pts    
87.   2240.5 MHz   AMD Opteron 246 (Sledgehammer) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
88.   2233.7 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 1.8Ghz (s478) Dice   0pts   0pts   0.8pts 0pts    
89.   2200.9 MHz   Intel Celeron 1.7Ghz (Willamette) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
90.   2129.8 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 1.7Ghz (s478) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.4pts 0pts    
91.   2033.3 MHz   Intel Pentium 4 1.6Ghz (s478) H2O   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
92.   1680.2 MHz   Intel Celeron G440 Stock   0pts   0pts   3pts 0pts    
93.   1680.1 MHz   AMD Opteron 840 (Sledgehammer) Air   0pts   0pts   1.1pts 0pts    
94.   1200 MHz   MediaTek MT6589M 1200MHz Stock   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
95.   1197 MHz   Intel Pentium E2180 Stock   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    
96.   1024 MHz   Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 MSM8255 1024MHz Stock   0pts   0pts   1.9pts 0pts    
97.   447.7 MHz   Intel Mobile Pentium III 450Mhz Stock   0pts   0pts   1pts 0pts    
98.   333.1 MHz   Intel Celeron 333MHz (Mendocino, Slot 1) Stock   0pts   0pts   0.2pts 0pts    

 

 

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