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    Playing with Threadripper...

    So, I was board today and thought, it's been a while since I tried pushing hardware. So far I have 4.1ghz all cores using Enermax 360 Rad for TR.
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    I hope, you like this little baby Enjoy it Im looking around for second gen now (2950X propably)
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    I'm looking forward to the 2950X. I really like it's boost clock!
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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    I'm looking forward to the 2950X. I really like it's boost clock!
    So am I..., results anyways.
    It looks good, not great for gaming, but probably close enough to make a decent rig.
    Something I think that is finally worth upgrading to if you're still on a really old amd gen.

    Looking forward to the benches if anyone here gets one.

    2 things I don't like, the price, $2k is just too much, $1k and $500-600 would be fine.
    And the wattage, 150w+.
    A few more years though we'll be rocking amd again.
    Not sure if I'm gonna go that route though, but I might buy it for my brother, just so I can mess with it plus he'll need an upgrade anyways from that old 1090t of mine.
    I'm personally going to stick with intel.

    I'm waiting for tigerlake, that's what I'm looking forward too.
    The last gen that has all the main instruction sets, heard the 7nm after that will be dumping some.
    It all depends on what still runs on that next gen.

    I am looking forward to having 32 or 64 threads as a standard though, at least for high end.


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    Keep a close eye on the Enermax Liqtech TR4 cooler. I had it installed in a Thermaltake core x9 case so the motherboard is mounted flat. The Enermax sprung a leak which allowed the coolant to run down into motherboard. I disassembled everything and dried it out but my AsRock x399 will no longer post.

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    @theoldtimer ... That sucks...
    Can you get a quick return on the mobo?
    Or do you have to buy a new one..

    I always pretested my loops for a bit outside a case..
    I've only had aio so far..., I wouldn't wanna hose my parts..., the 280 I have makes sounds that freak me out sometimes, either an air bubble or something else, the NZXT Kraken X60 or whatever..
    It should be ok if the rig was off, you just need to dry it for a few hours.

    You can actually wash most parts with in a bath mixed with some simple green (or mean green if you don't have the other).
    Then dry with towel, hair dryer/heat gun, and a fan.
    Let set I think it was 4 hrs, not sure what it was anymore.
    The issue is it gets water under the chips, caps and etc (socket...).
    But once it's dry it's better then new..., except for the cap age of course, but they'll be fine.
    (I'm not recommend you waste your time losing your warranty on this, I'm just explaining what can be done..)

    Obviously you wanna discharge it before you do something like that.
    You could probably do the same with phones for example, just not sure about the screen, and it's probably not going to be discharged so it would be screwed.

    Anyways I think you should try to get an exchange on that mobo asap.
    When going aio, I'de personally stick with corair, nzxt, and perhaps the ek aio setups.
    Name brand...
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    I'm still waiting on the Enermax RMA. I'll let them replace it. The Enermax cooler worked great until it leaked.

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    I feel my Enermax TR4 360 AIO is underperforming, gonna check it again.
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    Mine has been running great and keeps the 1950x cool even under full load... Here's to hoping it doesn't leak! Though, I'll probably have a custom loop before long.
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    Finally upgraded from a 1055T Thuban to a 1950x! Found a used mobo + cpu combo for a pretty good price couldn't resist it. I want to join the fun

    Cinebench at 4ghz. Memory are stock XMP profile running at 3200

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    Its something different, yes? Nice upgrade
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    Its something different, yes? Nice upgrade
    Totally different! it's so freaking awesome haha h
    honestly i don't know what to do with all these cores but it sure feels good to have so many of them

    Highest I can go so far is 4.05ghz at 1.38v but I am still undecided if I want to OC or not, it seems like it's just fine with stock + XFR, not to mention at 4ghz power consumption is 300w!

    Some more cinebench at 4.05ghz



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    Shot of system using my phone (currently have AURA set to change LEDs for temp...)



    Tweaked a few things and got 4.135ghz and better CB score. Switched RAM to Trident-Z 3200mhz 32GB Quad Channel kit as well as using latest BIOS.
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    nice rig charged and nice CB score. i tried 4.1ghz but it just crashes and couldn't finish CB.
    what vcore do you get during your cinebench run? it looks like 1.46v + LLC should be around +1.5v
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    so i raised vcore to 1.4v and was able to run CB at 4.1ghz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridney View Post
    so i raised vcore to 1.4v and was able to run CB at 4.1ghz

    Whats the max temps for prime stable clocks on that beastly RAD.

    I'm using A 5 HEATPIPE heatercore fanless/w built on block,and 2 tfc 360mm radiators fanless, browsing and youtube shows a ambient temp reading.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hell Hound View Post
    Whats the max temps for prime stable clocks on that beastly RAD.

    I'm using A 5 HEATPIPE heatercore fanless/w built on block,and 2 tfc 360mm radiators fanless, browsing and youtube shows a ambient temp reading.
    temps are still high despite the big rad. i don't think anything can cool this down at full stresst test and still keep it at 68c

    ambient temps at 29c, short test only

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    What kind of fans are those,core temp is higher than socket.
    Maybe a better block is needed or more volume of water,that monsta 420 should be good for 2kw.
    A submersible will let you find out how much water is needed to drop temps.
    4 liters should do the trick.If temp go pass threshold quicker than 5min you can always add more rad.
    400MM res and 2x 280/40 rads look like they would fit.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post

    Temp results from a one-hour RealBench v2.56 (uses AVX) run with 32GB RAM selected:

    CPU: 68.0?C peak Tdie
    VRM: 69.0?C peak
    GPU: 28?C peak
    Coolant: 24.4?C peak (XSPC inline temp sensor w/ LCD screen)
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    Loop order: Res > Pump > Temp Sensor > GPU > CPU/VRM > Res

    Temps may get even better when I replace the defective fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridney View Post
    nice rig charged and nice CB score. i tried 4.1ghz but it just crashes and couldn't finish CB.
    what vcore do you get during your cinebench run? it looks like 1.46v + LLC should be around +1.5v
    I just left the vcore on auto. it will ramp up as clocks go up. All my Ryzen rigs do that. Now, yes, I could fine tune the clock and vcore. But for quick benches, it hasn't been needed. I'm also not seeing very high temps so...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hell Hound View Post
    What kind of fans are those,core temp is higher than socket.
    Maybe a better block is needed or more volume of water,that monsta 420 should be good for 2kw.
    A submersible will let you find out how much water is needed to drop temps.
    4 liters should do the trick.If temp go pass threshold quicker than 5min you can always add more rad.
    400MM res and 2x 280/40 rads look like they would fit.
    i'm still using old yateloon fans, they seem to be fine but perhaps its time to get some new high static pwm fans (Corsair ML140, Phanteks F140MP). though i have already ordered some cheap arctic pwm fans to replace the olds ones but we'll see if its good enough.

    i think during the stress testing, cpu vcore was just too much that's why the heat was uncontrollable

    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    I just left the vcore on auto. it will ramp up as clocks go up. All my Ryzen rigs do that. Now, yes, I could fine tune the clock and vcore. But for quick benches, it hasn't been needed. I'm also not seeing very high temps so...
    that's nice! just change the multiplier and you're done. i wish i could do that with my mobo but i tried setting it to 4.0ghz and my pc just freezes on boot. only manual oc works
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    so i ran prime again to test the cooling capacity but this time i set the clocks to 3.9ghz 1.3v (previously 4.0ghz 1.4v)

    first ten minutes, ambient is 29c (but i think it was around 26-27c)





    after one hour, ambient was a little cooler this time 24c





    and idle after test



    seems like with old fans are still fine, for now. once i add my gpu to the loop i need to have better fans
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    The cooling setup radiaotr is awesome huge !

    I did only quick test with R15 few months ago as one of my many benchatble systems. Seems, Im lucky guy for Threadripper 1950X
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlanK3r View Post
    The cooling setup radiaotr is awesome huge !

    I did only quick test with R15 few months ago as one of my many benchatble systems. Seems, Im lucky guy for Threadripper 1950X
    http://hwbot.org/submission/3720231_..._1950x_3636_cb
    i think i saw your youtube benchmark for this run! awesome CB score flanker, it's certainly unreachable for a lot of people. Cinbench is your specialty anyways

    some updates on my rig, updated with some RGB fans and strips. now my 1950x runs a lot cooler with all the rainbow haha
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