Is your motherboard trying to damage your Ryzen CPU?

15 Th06, 2020
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  • @jayztwocents are you going to do another overclocking guide for Ryzen 5000 series? I started watching you when you made an awesome AMD 3850 overclock guide. I came back to AMD from the last few years with intel, and I see a lot of 3000 series guides, I'm guessing that's really similar to 5000 but is there anything we should be aware of?

    NofxiousNofxiousNgày trước
  • 10:00 bios setup

    Gabriel MercedGabriel MercedNgày trước
  • I locked my 3400G to 4Ghz at 1.3v and the iGPU at 1650Mhz at 0.9v and temps got better

    CarlosCarlosNgày trước
  • Moral of the story... Dont fucking do anything..get fucked by default..

    SilverTech ModsSilverTech Mods5 ngày trước
  • You need to use ryzen master :p

    iSicariuZiSicariuZ9 ngày trước
  • The clock in the BIOS is not set.😜

    דוד הלוידוד הלוי11 ngày trước
  • 1 motherboard, 2 prossessor died. When playing games for 10 hours with 60 degree celcius. Now try other motherboard

    Kurosaki IchigoKurosaki Ichigo14 ngày trước
  • I just want amd on a new socket and without pins you can bend

    SlasheZ TechSlasheZ Tech23 ngày trước
  • If my cpu gets damaged I'm returning it to AMD and selling it to go back to Intel. You never have this kind of problem with Intel. I remember back in the duron days I crushed the open core of durons and athlons trying to install heatsink because AMD didn't use a heat spreader. =/

    marvelv212marvelv21223 ngày trước
  • Very informative! 😍

    RCraig ProductionsRCraig Productions27 ngày trước
  • San Bernardino huh 😡.... yeah you right.

    Richard PuenteRichard Puente29 ngày trước
  • When I got my 3700x, it was sitting at 1.628v. I freaked the hell out lol

    leHookerHeelsleHookerHeels29 ngày trước
  • "Crazy 1,5 V iz only showing in idle,when it's under load you don't need to worry about it" Does this mean we need to keep our PC's under load AT ALL TIMES so we don't have to worry about our board frying our CPU's??? What kind of fuckery is this???

    thechudovistethechudoviste29 ngày trước
  • Prospecting my near future upgrade leaving 6 core phenom 2 and mechanical boot drives behind getting a ryzen anything ddr4 anything above 8 gb and a few low end ssds.. im set for a REALY sweet upgrade i held off for so long. and by the looks of it the price isnt going to be crazy 400$ should do it .

    homelessEhhomelessEhTháng trước
  • jay dont quit your day job... engines are not your thing. good video.

    Alexander FieldsAlexander FieldsTháng trước
  • what is that motherboard name chats. what rog?

    Arturo RahmanovArturo RahmanovTháng trước
  • 6:56 when I heard "duped" I started thinking about 2b2t

    Sebi SebiSebi SebiTháng trước
  • My ryzen 7 2700 not working can i check that prosessor on another mother board.. It can damage the mother board? Pless anyone suggest me

    shiv patelshiv patelTháng trước
  • Any news on this issue ?

    World War MiniWorld War Mini2 tháng trước
  • This is an issue for Motherboards whether for AMD or Intel based systems. I would much prefer that the MB manufacturers would have all of the settings at stock as the default setting but that is not the case these days. When I build a new system I try to choose parts that will give me my desired level of performance at stock speeds with no OC required with the exception of xmd on the ram. I do however pay a little more and buy parts that have good OC capabilities so if I need a performance boost a few years down the road I can then boost the performance to extend the performance life to a level I find acceptable. I always go through pretty much every line in every section of the MB bios on a new build to make sure it is set to what I want. Never trust what the manufacturer may set as their default. By running stock for the majority of if not all of the life of my systems the longevity of the components has never been an issue. I normally build a complete new system every 5 years and am building one currently. At the age I have reached and with the current cost of the more top end components reaching investing $2500-$3200 just in building a complete tower I do not see that 5 year trend continuing going into the future but increasing to about 7 to 8 years for me at least. Staying more current with the newer technology is just starting to cost to much for this old retired senior that fools with it more for want and a hobby than need.

    bill wileybill wiley2 tháng trước
  • I was talking specifically to .... Linus?

    P4RADIGMP4RADIGM2 tháng trước
  • engine needs this ( suck squeeze bang blow) most simple way to show how an engine works lol

    Jackson PridgenJackson Pridgen2 tháng trước
  • dose this apply non overclocked ryzen cpus

    SMOGGY 2019SMOGGY 20192 tháng trước
  • Well, my 3900X was dead after 2 months of usage with Asus Prime 570-P. I ended up RMA the CPU and got a ASUS ROG 570 Hero board

    LoliKamiLoliKami2 tháng trước
  • This is why I don't Overclock.. if I wanted to Overclock that means I want better Performance.. and at that point I may as well Buy a better CPU/GPU and if I already own the Best than I will wait till the next Best CPU/GPU to come out and buy those for better Performance.. No need to OC when we already have really good hardware out in 2020 and the future.

    wolverinewolverine2 tháng trước
  • but whether or not the CPU lasts 15 or 12 years is irrelevant. If board manufacturers are under-presenting system voltage levels to the CPU, that's rather devious and they should be in serious trouble. Potentially legal action. It's misrepresentation at its best.

    mrtheodenmrtheoden2 tháng trước
  • luckily I have a 9700k running at 4.9 stable cooled with a shitty 240 cm aio with zero issues ;)

    Sándor AntaliSándor Antali2 tháng trước
  • Will my 1800x Protect itself? ... I can hear the crazy laugh from the backgroud

    Satyajit DeySatyajit Dey2 tháng trước
  • should promote nzxt's cam application, bought my msi and which came with dragon center, it was trash, barely works and slows the laptop down lol

    Chris GrahamChris Graham2 tháng trước
  • Wow. A computer is like a computer in a car. What an analogy.

    Shawn WalmerShawn Walmer2 tháng trước
  • i had a Gigabyte MB that fried my Intel i5 2500K CPU, i did run volt on Auto, and it was running 1.45v and it was to much, so i began to be instable after 2--3 years, so i bought a used i7 2600K that i dident overclock but that PC worked for 7+ years except for the first CPU, well the i5 dident die, it still worked on stock clock´s but it felt broken, so it "had" to be replaced. then i did buy the AMD TR Gen1, moved my old intel stuff to another chassie, and it DID NOT START again.. i just turned it off and brought in another AMD to the house :P Today i have a AMD TR Gen2, and i had to check the volt´s now due to i "overclock" to boost clock 3.8ghz but the volt is sitting there at 1.09375 Volt for the CPU. i did clock it with the BIOS and not the AMD Ryzen Master, and it seams like the volt is not Auto, it pre-set and is rock solid on that volt. anyone that can inform me and educate me in AMD CPU´s and volt if that´s true and right volt to run on a AMD TR Gen2 @ solid 3.8GHz

    Niclas HornNiclas Horn2 tháng trước
  • Had 3 ryzens, went back to intel 🙃

    Sini27Sini272 tháng trước
    • Your loss. Had a xeon 1680v2 and 2700x is massively faster.

      Lonnie BealLonnie Beal2 tháng trước
    • Sini27 ok?

      repatillorepatillo2 tháng trước
  • yeah Jay stop trying too blame the motherboard manufacturers the fact is AMD is selling cheaper then Intel for a reason lower quality bining then Intel standards !!! this is fact and that is why Ryzen is cheaper they do not hold as high of standards in binning and processing saving them money ...

    Epic Gaming EctEpic Gaming Ect2 tháng trước
  • I'm an engine guy and I've been triggered!

    Richard CalfRichard Calf2 tháng trước
  • 1800X, dark rock slim. Stock. Started spontaneously rebooting a few months ago, mostly while idling. Tried everything to track down the cause until about a week ago it finally happened while I was using it. After the restart the motherboard reported a short message which (it went by too quick to fully read) had the word "Processor" in it. After less than 3 years. That's the shortest CPU lifespan I encountered since I started building computers somewhere in the '90s.

    Gino EelenGino Eelen2 tháng trước
  • My question is. Why is there a mattress with a mic over top of it in backround. What are you and Phil doing there. 😚

    V-RacingV-Racing2 tháng trước
  • Uses a 3950x on Asus crosshair formula puts on a be quiet slim cause he wanted to have something someone might afford triggered someone step on me

    Zenon MataZenon Mata2 tháng trước
  • Your cameraman or editor idon't know the guy, he has avery wicked laughter man

    Bikram SinghBikram Singh2 tháng trước
  • It's all placebos!

    Hombre NuevoHombre Nuevo3 tháng trước
  • Did i miss something, so what about the high idle voltage. Oh yeah it's through the ceiling and you were concerned about it too. So.. now what.

    D3lor34nD3lor34n3 tháng trước
    • Apparently this is normal for stock settings for zen2. I just built my first ryzen build and have been researching this ever since i built this machine. If you test the cpu at stock under load you will see the voltages reduce and rise back up when returning to idle.

      Dustin NguyenDustin Nguyen2 tháng trước
  • I was there was a delete counter on this

    Joshua CoghlanJoshua Coghlan3 tháng trước
  • Man I wish I could get my 3950x to hit 4.7 under any circumstance at all.

    Matt TMatt T3 tháng trước
  • I tried something. My 2600x was drawing 1.4-1.5v almost all the time. In bios it says that my cpu is spekked for 1.187v during stock operation. Technically that is at 3.6GHz but it does 3.9 on all cores and 4.2 on a few using PBO. I used offset mode in bios and added +0.1v. After a reboot the volts still moves up and down with load and idle but it never goes above 1.29-1.325v. So by adding 0.1v I shaved off 0.2v. I think I could lower the offset and never go above 1.3 and still be stable. Lower temps should lengthen the lifespan. The system seems fully stable, PBO still boosts the frequency just like it did before. So I think I might have solved a small problem. =) Using the Asus B-450 TUF Gaming board btw.

    Bingo BerraBingo Berra3 tháng trước
  • Thanks Jay been on Intel and Asus forever and just got a 3900x and the Gigabyte b550 Vision D and am a bit lost with the terminology on both.

    Teaz QTTeaz QT3 tháng trước
  • Hey Jay, I haven't been watching that long, only been heavy into PC again about 6 months, PS4 is addictive man. I really only heard about you because of GN, but that's not the reason I'm saying Hey, I just wanted to let you know about a conversation I had over a few days with a guy that said he worked for AMD and was talking to people about the "perceived" issues with Ryzen and voltage and so on and ascertain the legitimacy of the rumor's by talking turkey basically with the people that were posing the problem or hearing it and feeding into it. apparently HWmonitor which I use sends a lot of requests to the CPU for info which so he says causes an inflammation of the CPU's feeling that it needs to boost even when idle, he ofcourse recommended cpu-z or Ryzen master because these are the only 2 apps that don't add to this behaviour which is actually natural for Ryzen and unless your CPU is basically pinned at full boost when idle, there is nothing to worry about but without better testing methods and software, I cant check if this is true, The clocks jump around that much that its impossible to tell by watching if its boosting more often or not. Maybe you could look into it and see if different monitoring tools do change the behaviour when they are the only variable! Also a quick one for the noob overclockers like I was going into Ryzen, the few settings that Jay spoke about are the easiest way to get performance from a Ryzen, I tried for months with DIP5 and then Ryzen master and couldnt get stable over 4.35Ghz on my 3700x, after hitting f5 and changing only the performance options to OC4 and aida/geekbench with xmp on and the 1T/2Tin the ram timings changed from auto to 1T, I began to see it idle between 3.45 and 4.275 but when I gave it a task and said Oi time to go, it peaked at over 4.5Ghz, a mark I was at best 150Mhz short of. You wont get the same benchmark scores because it won't boost during CB20 and 3Dmark, at least not that high for that long but it will burst when you really need it and be a little more chill when you dont. And Jay, thats my 2 cents, Peace!

    Daniel McmasterDaniel Mcmaster3 tháng trước
  • Well know what Jay.... YOU KNOW WHAT!?!! building a engine is more complex then building an pc. #changemymind 💁‍♂️

    Hunter RoseHunter Rose3 tháng trước
  • This happened to me. Recently I and my boyfriend both want to build a pc and decided to build the same built. Except only our motherboards are different. Our cpu is ryzen 5 3600 x and we use the cpu fan that comes with the cpu. My motherboard is MSI tomahawk b550 and İt's default core voltage was 1.46 V. And my cpu goes up to 92 Celcius degrees when I run a stress test. My boyfriend's motherboard is Asus tuf b550 plus. Its core voltage is 1.24 volt and he got max 81 degrees. I ınitially did not understand why my cpu heats up that much even though we have the same system. Then I decrease my core voltage to similar to my boyfriends' cpu voltage. That fixed the issue. Now I have 82 degrees at most without any performance loss

    Bengü ÖztürkBengü Öztürk3 tháng trước
  • i have this exact setup to the brand. my motherboard temp read as 15000c for at least a few months after building it lol

    Pat DPat D3 tháng trước
  • You should be using Ryzen Master, Because Hardware Monitor is just wrong 😂😂

    Akash YadavAkash Yadav3 tháng trước
  • i'm still going to bust on you anyway. on carbureted engines a common problem is choke malfunction or a clogged air filter/intake, leading to little or no available airflow. the oxygen in the air might technically be fuel, but getting airflow itself is a separate and more basic step before the air/fuel mixture.

    LoveOfMules13LoveOfMules133 tháng trước
    • i guess the PC analogy would be worrying about basic case airflow before anything else when trying to troubleshoot temps. if air can't get in and out, nothing else will matter. unless you have a mineral oil pc.

      LoveOfMules13LoveOfMules133 tháng trước
  • Why on manual oc I can run ryzen 3900x 4.4ghz stable with max temperature 71degrees but on default settings it runs only on 4.05ghz with exactly the same temperatures? It's definitely something wrong.

    Antek KubiakAntek Kubiak3 tháng trước
  • Thanks Jay

    FelixFelix3 tháng trước
  • My father bought a pre-assembled kit of 16gb 3200mhz DDR4 Ram an ASUS motherboard and a Ryzen 3600X from I believe it was and they sent it without lowering stock values. The Core voltage was running as high as 1.475v! And he was noticing video playback and sound stuttering as well as loads of other glitches and problems, that was until I figured out why and lowered that stupid motherboards voltage to 1.34v but you could run it as low as 1.325v (maybe should so sayeth Linus). Just saying, this was our experience and I hope it hasn't messed up the CPU's lifespan or anything, we will see but you should all be careful about it when it comes to these motherboards stock values. They're screwed up.

    MandoonMandoon3 tháng trước
  • I feel like I'm putting on a tinfoil hat listening to this.

    OllicronOllicron3 tháng trước
  • 15:00 Jay goes full Business Blaze^^

    Ricardo PesentiRicardo Pesenti3 tháng trước
  • A few days ago i noticed that HWMonitor said one of the cpu voltages (VDD, Perhaps) was 2 volts. We all know 2 volts =dead. Switched to HWINFO64. I like it better and haven't seen "2 volts" reported at all. Im using an MSI A320 Pro-M2 at the moment with an R5 1600. Im using the standard tune and default "core boost " or whatever. Its boosting to 3.7 all by itself. So yeah.. try HWINFO64. I think the numbers are better.

    Andrew JackAndrew Jack3 tháng trước
  • Any engine requires fuel, air, timing, spark, and compression

    RylanRylan3 tháng trước
  • I managed to kill a Ryzen 1700 after 3 years of extreme abuse, I mean overclocking. It was meant to last six months so go AMD.

    Rob SharpRob Sharp3 tháng trước
  • That's why men love engines.

    JaggyJaggy3 tháng trước
  • 8:04 Somebody call the fire department cause San Bernardino just got burned!!

    AdamAdam3 tháng trước
  • If you wanted an indicative cooler, why wouldn't you use the stock cooler?

    Rob InsonRob Inson3 tháng trước
  • what is the monitor in the video?

    LuminiacLuminiac3 tháng trước
  • The thing i'm worries about is controlling temps when gaming or under high load for extended periods with my 3700x. I will admit i dont have the best case for air flow buts not terrible, and i have a single rad AIO cooler. Gaming for around an hour i'm seeing max temps of 85, it just seems super hot compared to what i'm used to with previous CPU's. I'm going to get a 280 or a 360 rad and see how much that helps.

    ChestiesChesties3 tháng trước
  • You need to be using ryzen master and not hardware monitor because hardware monitor is wrong...

    The Smileys CrewThe Smileys Crew3 tháng trước
    • 9:45

      The Smileys CrewThe Smileys Crew3 tháng trước
  • Whats the fixs

    richards5800richards58003 tháng trước
  • My board lets my 3900x eat 166W, 155A :D Really been battling different performance tweaks for a couple of days, it CANNOT hit 4,65ghz, ever. Never ever ever. Period.

    DKTAz00DKTAz003 tháng trước
  • HWMonitor? Really Jay? Should be using Ryzen Master.

    Brayton ThompsonBrayton Thompson4 tháng trước
  • my ryzen 39 3900x with 2 alphacool 2x 360mm 45mm thick full copper and hydro x water cool loop but the cpu is getting soooo hot dude why

    LoneyMakkaroniLoneyMakkaroni4 tháng trước
  • Does anyone actually buy the premium toilet paper as a first choice? or is it just what you get when the store has run out of the standard value stuff?

    SnugSnug4 tháng trước
  • Hello, I am having problems with my PC. I purchased the NZXT streaming PC and within a couple days it started crashing while playing games. Sometimes I'll go 10 hours straight streaming/gaming with success, next ill go 1 hour and itll crash. I've done multiple stress tests for hours (8+) and everything went without error but the problem still persists. Anything I should do besides send it back?

    asdf fdsaasdf fdsa4 tháng trước
  • I'm using a new build just recently. My previous PC which I'm still using is from 2008 and it's been working for a couple years on passive cooling because the CPU fan is defective. I'm amazed it's working with a defective cooler. It's hot for sure, but it's working albeit it's been very slow the past week. Still want to use the old PC for a few more years. I finally bought a fan to replace the defective one and I'm thinking of changing the CPU cooler altogether. I hope my current Ryzen 7 will last as long.

    canuck21canuck214 tháng trước
  • Can anyone tell me if 4350mhz at 1.3v on a 3900x is good?

    GamezAhoyGamezAhoy4 tháng trước
  • Induction compression ignition exhaust

    dj manixdj manix4 tháng trước
  • Thank you j. I have the same mb with a 3900x.

    claudiu plescaclaudiu plesca4 tháng trước
  • I under clock my CPU 😎

    Prashanth BPrashanth B4 tháng trước
  • I have a question I'm using ryzen 3600 in hwmonitor and ryzen master temps are like super high like max 95c in hwmonitor what is package node 0 it's show high temp and there is other one in motherboard section there is a cpu temp it's shows normal temps high like 68c but package node and ryzen master shows high temp is it high or it's showing false numbers?

    Ripul KumarRipul Kumar4 tháng trước
  • To clarify, Extreme Tweaker ABSOLUTELY constitutes San Bernardino.

    Marco OrtizMarco Ortiz4 tháng trước
  • hahahaha San Bernadoo doo!

    Absolute DesignAbsolute Design4 tháng trước
  • I had a motherboard with a 8700K kill 2 cores so now I run 4 cores lol

    Evan O'TooleEvan O'Toole4 tháng trước
  • CPU: No means no, my cores my rules

    CheezeWuzCheezeWuz4 tháng trước
  • Yeah about that voltage... I accidentally made my 4790K be stuck in turbo mode at all times, with a tiny bit less voltage and WAY less amperage... Have I mentioned this was on an H81-Plus motherboard? I only tweaked the turbo settings because somehow Asus fucked up the settings and at full stock whenever I had to render something on Premiere the CPU shot from 45c to 100c in 2 seconds tops and shut off the system as a failsafe. Ended up optimizing the turbo myself as they overdid mostly the amps to the CPU. TL;DR Asus shat the bed with the default turbo settings, I optimized it and accidentally locked the cpu to full turbo speed despite lowering the amps and didn't cause system instability, go figure.

    DJ SoruDJ Soru4 tháng trước
  • Are you the father of ninja ? :D

    Wilfred SteinerWilfred Steiner4 tháng trước
  • I knew I wasn't the only one with this issue. Ever since I got my new ryzen 3700x and asus rog crosshair hair VIII wifi. I noticed that my cpu is running much hotter than my old ryzen 1700 and asus rog crosshair hair VI. Like 10 to 20 degrees celcius while idle. This is with an nzxt x62 aio cooler mind you. My ryzne 1700 with this cooler would run around 30 to 40 idle no matter what. But during idle with the new components i get like 50 to 60 degrees celcius idle and small load. I looked up to see what could possibly be causing this to happen. Seen many people complain and mentioning the cpu voltage in the bios. I looked and my voltage is like 1.47 and you making this video just proves that there is an issue with something. Makes me feel somewhat anxious but Ive had to adapt to the new temperature difference. Under full load the cpu temperature is 76 degrees celcius

    Corey TothCorey Toth4 tháng trước
  • Suck, Squeeze, Heat, Push. The 4 steps to an engine running. Lol

    BrandonBrandon4 tháng trước
  • Jayztwocents is just cringe here. Current is what kills the cpu not voltage by itself. 3950x is recommend by amd to use at least aio water. So he uses a small air cooler. He doesnt even use hwinfo64 to monitor...

    dubya85dubya854 tháng trước
  • hmmm this video kind of explains why my pc shuts down after playing video games for some time never over clocked any thing on my pc, but it still crashes.

    christoffer fehrchristoffer fehr4 tháng trước
  • ROFL!!! San Bernarghetto was the first thing that popped into my head when you pointed out Extreme Tweeker. oooh man. I've been watching too much bakerXderek... cheeah!

    SternLXSternLX4 tháng trước
    • Lol same.

      look2christ777look2christ7779 ngày trước
  • lose the laugh track jay. you don't need it

    Saheed BSaheed B4 tháng trước
  • I honestly never truly realised how monstrously big those CPU air coolers were till this video's intro

    Justin DoanJustin Doan4 tháng trước
  • I tried to run my i7 4gen at 9 ghz I do t think it was my motherboards fault...

    BigglesBiggles4 tháng trước
  • When you build an AMD gaming rig before hearing about this

    Imperium Commenting NetworkImperium Commenting Network4 tháng trước
  • I loved the just sitting there and smashing the bios button until the bios comes up. If you don't do that, are you really a PC builder/tweaker?

    ContraryRhombusContraryRhombus4 tháng trước
  • I bought a 2700X in 2018, after no issues, the CPU randomly died about 3 months ago after only a year and a half of operation. I sent the CPU back to AMD and they luckily replaced it. This whole thing got me thinking and I remember seeing the voltage automatically jumping around between 0.7v up to 1.5v sometimes. Since these were the default settings, I figured it was supposed to do that, but seeming idle temps jumping from 35C up to 50C swinging all over the place like a drunk pirate make me wonder how much this constant heat fluctuation impacted my CPU. So, when I got the new CPU i decided to turn off the features in favor of a more stable voltage. Maybe I got a bad CPU but maybe it was damaging itself. We'll never know, but I'm not taking any chances and I'd rather the computer run a tad slower if it means my hardware lasts longer.

    Andrew FurmanczykAndrew Furmanczyk4 tháng trước
  • Why u so old?

    SlicerCROSlicerCRO4 tháng trước
  • as a native of San Bernardino, i laughed at your comment about extreme tweaker. XD

    Miyako ProductionsMiyako Productions4 tháng trước
  • "Extreme Tweaker" Man, that really means something different where I'm from.

    Yolo SwagginsYolo Swaggins4 tháng trước
    • @Axis Chinese God He meant San Bernardino is full of crystal meth users we call them tweakers. Due to their close proximity to Barstow is know for trailer dwelling biker gang who cook meth and distribute to surrounding cities as well as big city like Vegas

      Anhtuan’s AnticsAnhtuan’s Antics2 ngày trước
    • You got some lines of meth and speed

      Fritzemil ApelandFritzemil Apeland11 ngày trước
    • I dont care if this is not top comment it deserves it lmao.

      Get SmuggedGet Smugged20 ngày trước
    • @Anonymous The real joke is that Jay already made that joke when he referenced it "not being about San Bernardino"

      Alex KarassavidisAlex KarassavidisTháng trước
    • Literally thought the exact same thing lmao

      slabbypattyslabbypatty2 tháng trước
  • Intel Users Please Use the door, it's right there🚪 🏃‍♂️

    Nick GamerTVNick GamerTV4 tháng trước
  • I've had to turn the boost clock off on my 4790k because of instability. Probably just age as I've been used daily and fairly intensively for 6 years. It's been underclocked for about 9 months now and has been fine, it just needs to hold out until Ryzen 4000!

    Gaming RobiotoGaming Robioto4 tháng trước
  • is there a raid for processors (2 processors in 1 board) so that heat/power will dissipate on the 2 processors and it will run faster?

    beau skybeau sky4 tháng trước
  • Got a 3950X, it's pegged at 4225 all core. I've been able to get it to 4.4 all core but only for a little and then I stopped it. I have a dark rock pro 4 cooling it and even it get's overloaded at 4.4. I'm planning on water cooling it but I'm still waiting on the new Graphics cards to come out before I make final decisions. Hopefully EVGA makes a Kingpin 3080 Ti that has a waterblock on it from the factory.

    no1bandfanno1bandfan4 tháng trước