95C is quite high honestly. I would repaste the stock cooler, i guess you put it on with the stock paste. Better cooler will definitely help. Jumping temps is because of PB, one or two cores boost up to almost max boost speed while others just sleep. Also download some app to control your fan speed. Gigabyte has an app SIV in APP center. https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/X570-GAMING-X-rev-10/support#support-dl-utilityI will mess around and see how it goes. I think once I install a bigger cooler it will be fine. Thanks for the help !
Well, PB is precision boost, essentially auto OC withing warranty, PBO is a different thing though still auto OC thingThe way I think of it is Precision Boost Overdrive is essentially auto overclock. With PBO disabled and precision boost 2 enabled, that's the processor running at stock speeds.
If you want voltage to stop jumping, disable auto OC. But that would be a shameUpdate :
So I installed a larger cooler. The noise levels drastically improved. Even at full load I barely can hear the fan. Also the peak temp have improved. At stress testing I hit 80c max. Before I hit 94c.
However, the idle temp still stay the same. From 46-56c, with occasional jump to 60c. I think this is an issue of voltage jumping from 0.2v to 1.4v all the time. I guess it is normal for this CPU. Some say a little offset on the voltage in BIOS might help with idle temp. But I am not sure about it yet.[/IMG]
As long as it is not going over 75-80C you a just fine. 65C it hits is becuase of the single core boostsOk, thanks. The reason I was confused is because my last CPU was around 35C same conditions. But I guess AMD CPU are different. Also when browsing the internet and small load I hit 60-65C
Please don't do anything like this. Ryzen chips have this boost. So use it. Temps are inside normal values.Yes, it is Celsius. I am not sure if I follow you completely. I have the XMP profile enables, yes. Some people say to apply -0.1 v offset on the core voltage. I might try that. Do I do that in BIOS?
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