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Old 11-23-2017, 01:25 PM   #21
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Try it with Cinebench R15 and look at the temps. Remember, software temp reporting software is always off by a few degrees.

The block on the cooler may very well have something to do with it.

If you can keep temps at 50c @4.0GHz during Cinebench run, that would truely be impressive.
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Old 11-23-2017, 01:34 PM   #22
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If it is really at 50C then you have some headroom to go to 4.3GHz.

Does your motherboard have an auto overclock feature? It will push the CPU to proper temps and stop using the internal temperature sensors. This might be a good way to go just to see the real performance.
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Old 11-23-2017, 01:38 PM   #23
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65c-75c was what I was expecting running at 4.0GHz.

The block may indeed have an effect
on the temps, but 20 degrees....I can't see that.
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Old 11-23-2017, 01:41 PM   #24
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If it is really at 50C then you have some headroom to go to 4.3GHz.

Does your motherboard have an auto overclock feature? It will push the CPU to proper temps and stop using the internal temperature sensors. This might be a good way to go just to see the real performance.
The highest I've seen a threadripper 16/32 run at is 4.1GHz. That was with a full on water cooling setup with reservoir.
Getting it to that point was an effort.
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Try it with Cinebench R15 and look at the temps.
The problem with cinebench is that it runs so fast that I have to press printscreen in time to be able to have a reading :) attached is the result of that benchmark just before it finished, was it that you wanted to see?
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Does your motherboard have an auto overclock feature?
It has a basic one click overclock in the bios that adds 10% and that was what I was using (around 3.750ghz), there is also a 4ghz preset in the bios but then the pc got unstable, the screen started flashing all the time.

The values I dialed in to get to 4ghz I got from the guru3d website and they seem to be stable but I have no idea honestly what these changes do and if it's ok. I did see however that the powerusage was 60watt more between my 3.750ghz and 4ghz. The difference in performance however was not that visible in HD export but it was in 4K export where I got about a 5% faster export, but no difference in realtime multicam playback. Only not sure if the extra powerusage is worth that small performancegain.
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Old 11-23-2017, 02:19 PM   #27
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It shows you running at 4.0GHz on all cores under 50c. That is pretty amazing.
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Old 11-23-2017, 06:15 PM   #28
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Great news. Seems odd that 4GHz was kind of the brick wall for everybody but it is only at 50C? It should be able to go higher (if one wanted) but all those cores at 4GHz is nothing to sneeze at.

Noa, I think you need to fly Jerry over the pond to have him look at your computer! Then we can know if TR is the new Edius CPU of choice :)
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Old 11-24-2017, 12:58 PM   #29
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In contrast to Intel CPUs AMD processors are popular having a better connection between the die and the heatspreader, so maybe have higher overclocking potential.
In Germany for example there is a guy called "der8auer" exchanging the i7 8700k heatspreader with a different one (silver) and attaching this with much better thermal paste, selling these CPUs via caseking.de. The "Ultra Edition" is tested up to 5.2GHz.

I got my standard 8700K CPU to 4.9GHz prime smallFFT stable with a BeQuiet Silent Loop 120 cooler @1.28V, but at up to 82C if I remember correctly.
With the former Corsair H80i v2 the CPU reached throtteling in prime. After checking the 1.5 year old cooler I found that it must have become leaky because of much air to hear while shaking the fluid in the radiator.
The BeQuiet is refillable and can be bleeded and also has better cooling performance.

Also beware that the temperature displayed in a tool can vary. With me, my ASUS AI Suite shows about 5C lower temps than HWInfo.
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Old 11-25-2017, 01:05 AM   #30
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Yes, AMD has better heat transfer to the surface than Intel and then with full surface cover for the cooler it will have more impact than on an Intel CPU.
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