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2700x with DRP4

It was sort of hard to line the cooler up correctly while leaving the mother board in the case. I was wanting to know whether it looks correctly in spot, meaning the whole CPU under the heatsink, also to tight or not.

 

I dropped my phone a few weeks ago. The picture has been fuzzy since.

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Looks alright. Run some stress tests and check for temps.

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5 hours ago, WoodenMarker said:

Looks alright. Run some stress tests and check for temps.

where can i find stress tests? i want to run some stress tests on my new air cooler

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8 hours ago, WoodenMarker said:

Looks alright. Run some stress tests and check for temps.

 

I overclocked it to 4.2 GHZ at 1.375 volts, then ran Prime 95, it was performing admirably staying under 70 degrees for 5 minutes until I noticed, "Worker 14 Not Working." I clicked on it then it said "something, something is at 0.478912 instead of predicted .04" I have no clue what that is. Does it mean I effectively have a 8c/15t CPU or should I RMA it.

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6 minutes ago, Slipknirvana said:

 

I overclocked it to 4.2 GHZ at 1.375 volts, then ran Prime 95, it was performing admirably staying under 70 degrees for 5 minutes until I noticed, "Worker 14 Not Working." I clicked on it then it said "something, something is at 0.478912 instead of predicted .04" I have no clue what that is. Does it mean I effectively have a 8c/15t CPU or should I RMA it.

What it tells me is you don't know what your doing yet...

 

You need to read more about overclocking Ryzen (reviews/forums give many examples to soak up info from) and don't bother attempting it until your versed (from reading a bit) in common errors that can happen and how easily to mitigate them.

 

Research your Science before attempting Science.

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