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hollyh88

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About hollyh88

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Apr 10, 1998

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    hollyh88

Profile Information

  • Location
    netherlands
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    rts/rpg/shooters
  • Biography
    22
    dutch
  • Occupation
    ict

System

  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800XT
  • Motherboard
    MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC
  • RAM
    HyperX Predator RGB 8x2 @ 3200
  • GPU
    GeForce® RTX 2070 SUPER™ GAMING OC 3X 8G
  • Case
    Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 RGB
  • Storage
    ssd:
    1x 125gb (samsung)
    1x: 250 ssd (samsung)

    hdd:
    1 tb (wd)
  • PSU
    seasonic focus plus gold 850 watt (80+ gold)
  • Display(s)
    1440p (2560x1440) 32inch 144hz lg gk650f
  • Cooling
    hyper 212 evo black edition
  • Keyboard
    corsair k95 rgb platinum
  • Mouse
    razer deathadder elite
  • Sound
    soundblaster x katana
  • Operating System
    windows 10
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  1. no. wait. the next generation in 1 and a half years orso will stomp the 3080 even to the ground. just. wait.
  2. well apparently people have said that ocing ryzen 3000 at 1.35 or even anything above 1.3 is bad. and you have to do an manual or overrite mode. that lets you do it. yours should be able to do 4.3 at 1.2v no problem try that that really cuts down the temps and well still doesnt destroy your performance completely. but to reply to your message i have mine running with pbo now. with basically its limits set to the max and it is idling around 49-55c so yeah with a shitty cooler just like mine it is normal. while having it on the 4.3 at 1.2v it idles around 35-40c so that
  3. according to this mine is around 1.194v which is rediculously low. a cpu cant provide good performance at such a level. lmao. i still dont believe that voltage bs. if amd says its fine. if even in that big text you quoted they say that 50% is also fine with more then well what do we believe. i bought this chip cause its the best bin. thus probably also capeable of handling way more voltage than a normal 3700x or 3800x.
  4. that shit makes no sense, so what most say is that some will have this issue others will not, but it all depends on silicone. MY chip is a 3800XT those XT chips are the best of the best binned chips. if i check hwinfo it says that the max fit voltage is right around 1.29v under max cinebench r20 load. i call bs on that tho. because the vcore as they also wrote above was 1.325v out of the box like this now. which would mean that the scientists at AMD that actually make these processors have no idea what they are doing with the voltages they said. i call bs on that.
  5. i find that difficult to believe. amd says that their chips can handle voltages perfectly fine around 1.4v. so there most be more to that. besides i tried to see what i can do at 4500 and it cant run cinebench r20 at anything below 1.35v at that speed. it doesnt crash the pc. just cinebench, but at 1.35 its perfectly fine. unless there is a mountain of data supporting that you shouldnt run a ryzen 3000 at anything higher than 1.3 i wont believe it. also, mine didnt. mine jumped higher. and it has a clock of around 4.150 then all core. but it reaches 88c and with this oc o
  6. the 5900x is a way beter buy than the 5800x. so do that. 450 for 8 cores is too much lol. i got my 3800xt for 340 which i was hoping the 5700x would be for but they didnt show that sooo i skipped. and got a 3000 model.
  7. i dont see why that is high? at stock it well surpasses that. so its an undervolt if you take that into account. der8auer also overclocks his ryzen processors like so. like this video. yeah its a bit old but he has his 3800x at 4.4 on 1.37v so my 3800xt being at 4.5 at 1.35 is not bad at all the whole voltage thing is not something you should worry about as long as your not doing 1.45v orso
  8. its not exactly best but with a measly 30 euro cooler i got my 3800xt currently at 4.5 on 1.35v it can go higher ofc but not with this cooler no doubt it can do 4.7 all core with good cooling.
  9. mine idles at 38-50c with a hyper 212 black edition and a very good airflow case. mine is also overclocked albe its at 1.35v so not very high. i suggest you take a look if your room temperature is okay. and if your cpu is indeed seeing high voltage spikes. mine did too at stock. i highly suggest overclocking it. even to something like i overclocked mine to on all cores which is 4.5 it can go higher of course but my cooling is worse than yours. keep that in mind. just set 4.5 all core on 1.35v in the bios. boot up and see the temps. if they are simular or better than mine then you k
  10. I suggest overclocking. Ryzen 3000 uses high voltages for some reason. Lowering that and keeping an overclock does decrease thermals. My 3800XT ran about 88 degrees when under cinebench r20 load while stock. I managed to overclock it to 4500 at 1.35v and under cinebench it now gets around 83c max but performs better multi and single. I am using a hyper 212 black which is a bit better than the standard hyper 212. And under gaming load it gets between 60-70 which is fine. I can of course push it way further due to it being a silicone lottery chip because all XT ryzen 3
  11. Its been known that overclocking with ryzen master is not so weird to the system. if I would tried a overclock on my old 2600x in ryzen master that I know would crash if I tried it via the bios it simply works for some reason. However it isnt extremely stable. So I dont advice in using it.
  12. quick update for me. have now installed my new 3800xt on the hyper 212 black edition with nano grease termal paste. it maxes out around 80c with full max cinebench load. however it then does has a all core boost of 4.3 even at 80 degrees lol.. during gaming it sits around 4.5 4.6 4.7 core boosts with temps around 58-62c so all in all.. just amazed.
  13. i decided to wait till the whole far cry 6 deal was going so i bought it now. will be testing and seeing it tomorrow will reply with an update then. the 2600x at 1.4v with 4.1 overclock takes i think 125w if i see it correctly and gets around 74c at a max cinebench run. do keep in mind tho that the thermal paste is pretty old on it already and well it is running at 4.1 if i can get the 3800xt to run at lower voltages and taking the improvements they mad from ryzen 2000 to ryzen 3000 i think it should be okay but i will know it for sure tomorrow! oh ps it runs around 61-63 degr
  14. i dont think. i and others know it will be better. it will perform better in games. thats a fact. probably on par/around the i5 10600k but that we have to see still. and you can but you need a bios update and there for keep in mind you download that first and update your bios before you swap cpu's if you dont have another available pc to download it from. also watch this video: to choose the correct board for you. that performs the best.
  15. stock coolers are only there to make the cpu run and so you can go on your newly build pc to buy an actual better cooler. and even the hyper 212 black for like 30 bucks like mine will do a fine job. but if you work with your pc for those use cases you may want to get the Noctua NH-U12S chromax.black. black edition cause.. way better looking, and it will do even better than the hyper 212 black not by much but good enough
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