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Posts posted by romsmedia

  1. Just now, Moonzy said:

    idle at 1.4v is normal for ryzen, what voltage did you set? hopefully below 1.275v because or else it's gonna be hot running chip

    at stock it should lower to about 1.275v when under load, but idle above 1.4v


    at least we know it's doing its job

    i set it at 1.25V and it was still giving me 55 degrees 


  2. 2 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

    that's abnormally high yes, especially for a 240mm AIO

    can you try resetting CMOS? just in case you had some iffy settings in there

    can you feel if the radiator is warm/hot?

    yeah ive reset the cmos and tried even lowering the voltage as it was originally at like 1.4V


    Radiator is getting a bit warm and the tubes feel warm as well


  3. 2 minutes ago, Bad5ector said:

    If it was the old one from the 1700x, maybe double check that it is making good contact with the chip? If it is a new one, double check that you removed the plastic from the block. 


    old one, I've tried to reset it a few times and when I removed it looked like it was making good contact 

  4. Hey guys,

    Just got a 3950x and no matter what I seem to do it the temperature is always really high.

    The idle temps are between 60 to 70 degrees with nothing but Ryzen master. I've tried to lower the voltage but that doesn't seem to affect it. When I run cinebench r20 it pegs it at 95 degrees and throttles down to 1.8ghz giving me a cpu score of 4700.

    I upgraded from a 1700x and never had an issue with it before


    Ryzen 9 3950x Corsair h110i gt Asus crosshair vi hero -x370 Bios :7901x64

    Any idea of a fix or is it just a dead CPU!!

    Thanks in advance




    without me changing anything I turned it on today and the idle temps are bellow 40 degrees and max out at 65 degrees in cinebench r20 giving me a score of 7300 at 4.1Ghz. No idea what has happened