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2700x is a complete nightmare, right now.

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So i recently got a 2700x, and i've encountered problem after problem.

 

First heres the specs

 

2700x w/ stock wraith prisim cooler

Asus x470-f ROG mobo

16gb corisar LED DDR4 RAM 3000mhz

GTX 1080 STRIX

Corsair RM750i PSU

Core voltage on the CPU is about 1.4v according to Ryzen Master.

 

The first problem, the stock cooler goes all over the place. One moment it will be slient, next it'll run at 100%. Fanxpert 4 helps a little bit, but it still goes all over the place.

 

The second problem, I'll be gaming, and my PC will go black, and completely unresponsive. Reset button doesn't work. The only way to reset is to flip the switch on the PSU

 

The third problem, I know the 2700x can overclock the 4.2ghz, but i want to run it at 3.7ghz to see if it still crashes there, but it automatically goes to 4.2ghz with no settings changed.

 

The fourth problem, after a reset, only 4 cores, and 8 threads are detected. I did the whole "win key>msconfig>boot>advanced options>uncheck number of processors", then reset, it'll got to 8c16t but when after i reset a 2nd time, it goes back to only 4c8t

 

The fifth problem, CPU temps seem awfully high, it idles at 50°C, and hits 80°C while gaming, then it'll go black, and completely unresponsive.

 

 

Not sure what else to do at this point. When it works, it works great, and i really want to keep it, but i'm kinda temped to go back to my 6600k, return the 2700x, and go with some other Intel chip if this is what Ryzen is going to be like.

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2 minutes ago, Solegide said:

 

The wraith cooler is not good enough, upgrade it

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Try turn off XFR and game mode first

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16 minutes ago, Solegide said:

The third problem, I know the 2700x can overclock the 4.2ghz, but i want to run it at 3.7ghz to see if it still crashes there, but it automatically goes to 4.2ghz with no settings changed.

You need to turn off the turbo or whatever it is called in bios if you want to fix the clock lower. I think it was under the CBS section when I had to do it recently.

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how many volts is the vcore getting? maybe try tuning that down to get lower temps?

 

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TheFlyingSquirrel, as soon as i get the AM4 mounting brackets for the H100i V2.

Jurrunio, porina, XFR, game mode and the performance boost in the CBS section have been disabled, and it's running at the stock speed of 3.7ghz. I did some looking around in Ryzen Master, and discoverd the reason i was only getting 4c8t, was because when legacy compatibility is enabled, it disables 4 of the cores. So that's disabled now all 8 cores, and 16 threads are showing uo now. Hopefully it'll run smoother now.

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2 minutes ago, Picklestine said:

how many volts is the vcore getting? maybe try tuning that down to get lower temps?

Core voltage was at 1.4ghz when XFR was one, but since disabling it, it's gone down to 1.21v. Temps are also down now. 43° is where it's idling now.

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1 minute ago, Solegide said:

Core voltage was at 1.4ghz when XFR was one, but since disabling it, it's gone down to 1.21v. Temps are also down now. 43° is where it's idling now.

1.4v isn't much at all that shouldn't be the problem, what is the ambient temps? I would get a 280mm aio also just so you can take full advantage of your new cpu  

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Picklestine said:

1.4v isn't much at all that shouldn't be the problem, what is the ambient temps? I would get a 280mm aio also just so you can take full advantage of your new cpu  

 

I have my window open, its a bit chilly, so i'd say the ambient temp is about 15°c. i will be getting an AM4 bracket for my AIO, and some new thermal paste.

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Just now, Solegide said:

I have my window open, its a bit chilly, so i'd say the ambient temp is about 15°c. i will be getting an AM4 bracket for my AIO, and some new thermal paste.

oh wow 15'c that's decent. yeah that's the best idea im sure you will be happy when its under water 

 

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10 minutes ago, Picklestine said:

1.4v isn't much at all that shouldn't be the problem, what is the ambient temps? I would get a 280mm aio also just so you can take full advantage of your new cpu  

 

But like I said. The core voltage is at 1.21 now, it's running at stock speeds, the fan issue I was having seems to have stopped. It's not going crazy. I think the XFR pushing it to 4.2ghz was the problem. Everything seems to be running fine now. 

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