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Old 14-03-17, 10:43 AM
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AMD's R7 1800X and 1700X report higher temperatures with a 20 degree offset

AMD's R7 1800X and 1700X report higher temperatures with a 20-degree offset, which means that only the R7 1700 is reporting the correct CPU temperatures at launch.



Read more on Ryzen's thermals.

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Old 14-03-17, 11:45 AM
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Why don't they report this at first?

Now they get "bad" OC reviews, instead of telling about it upfront.
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Old 14-03-17, 11:52 AM
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Even I dont understand it. Its f'n retarded
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Why don't they report this at first?

Now they get "bad" OC reviews, instead of telling about it upfront.
It really depends, this does not necessarily mean that we suddenly have 20 degrees of additional thermal headroom. For all we know this may mean that Ryzen's thermal limit is around 70 degrees and not 90.
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It's just. When i as a casual overclocker sees 80+, it means no more volts.
If the real temp is 60 then ill try a bit more volts, and maybe get stable at 100 extra MHz.
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Old 14-03-17, 12:04 PM
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Whats needed is AMD to set out a guide on how to work out "safe temps" for the 1700X and 1800X if this is the case.
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Old 14-03-17, 12:08 PM
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It really depends, this does not necessarily mean that we suddenly have 20 degrees of additional thermal headroom. For all we know this may mean that Ryzen's thermal limit is around 70 degrees and not 90.
This would seem the only reason they would put an extra 20 degrees on, a cpu that can only go to 60-70 when intel can go higher, it would seem a better idea to make it look like Ryzen is just as capable
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Well that explains your review TTL. You said that it didnt feel like it was pumping out 80°+ of heat. Only reviewer to mention it too.

Things like that are why they're the most in depth reviews in cyberspace.
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Old 14-03-17, 12:23 PM
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Whats needed is AMD to set out a guide on how to work out "safe temps" for the 1700X and 1800X if this is the case.

No mate because the board sees 80+ and sets the fans to 100%

Im testing the 1700 right now and its quiet AF

If this is right you dont need MEGA cooling at all, they just f'd it up

It makes NO sense
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This would seem the only reason they would put an extra 20 degrees on, a cpu that can only go to 60-70 when intel can go higher, it would seem a better idea to make it look like Ryzen is just as capable
I think it is more of a "Intel goes this high so reviewers will crank the volts until it is that high". Hopefully, AMD will clarify the thermal limits of Ryzen soon.
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