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    Thread: Don't buy the cryorig h7.

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      Don't buy the cryorig h7.

      Oh my god. Just because it had good performance and was pretty cheap. I decided to buy it. I didnt realize that this cooler has the weirdest and most annoying mounting systems I've ever seen.
      Always take into account how good a cooler's mounting system is. It matters a lot. I've taken it out and tried to reinstall it correctly twice yet it still isn't mounted correctly and my 3600 is at 60 degrees at idle!

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      Quote Originally Posted by b1lal545 View Post
      Oh my god. Just because it had good performance and was pretty cheap. I decided to buy it. I didnt realize that this cooler has the weirdest and most annoying mounting systems I've ever seen.
      Always take into account how good a cooler's mounting system is. It matters a lot. I've taken it out and tried to reinstall it correctly twice yet it still isn't mounted correctly and my 3600 is at 60 degrees at idle!

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      make sure your ryzen 3600 is OK

      ryzen 3600 should not reach idle 60c even with an ordinary heatsink

      you can test H7 on another setup and test your 3600 with another cooler to x-check
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      Quote Originally Posted by Voodoo View Post
      make sure your ryzen 3600 is OK

      ryzen 3600 should not reach idle 60c even with an ordinary heatsink

      you can test H7 on another setup and test your 3600 with another cooler to x-check
      Exactly. I'm gonna install the stock cooler to atleast make sure the cpu is OK. Also, the 60c temps were while browsing. But still pretty high.
      I'll reply with an update.

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      Alright I tried the stock cooler. The stock temps were even worse and it even reached 92c for a few seconds while playing FFXV. So I decided to play with the settings.
      I changed PBO from auto to disabled in the bios, and went into the ryzen power plan in Windows and set the maximum power limit to 99%. When I played FFXV again, the CPU never went above 68C. I'm happy with the result, but I don't know how and why this is happening, or whether I maybe somehow possibly made my frequencies worse.

      I'll check the frequencies and do a few cinebench runs tomorrow. We'll atleast my processor is running cool now. Idle temps around 45C. But I just don't know why it wasn't running cool when stock.

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      Thats AMD for ya. Good products but ill be damned if they dont some require fiddling to get them running to there intended performance.
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      nothings wrong with cooler it is AMD cpus i have 2600x and it runs hot like this and it is all in specs if temps are below 95C mentioned on AMD website even my 2600x went upto like 110c AMD cpus are HOT

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      and also it is because of very high voltages my vcore goes upto 1.47 even 1.5

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      and AMD cpus are maxed out from the factory intel cpus have some frequency head room so run they cooler and you can overclock them and lower voltages on intel compared to higher voltages on amd cpus

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      Quote Originally Posted by b1lal545 View Post
      Alright I tried the stock cooler. The stock temps were even worse and it even reached 92c for a few seconds while playing FFXV. So I decided to play with the settings.
      I changed PBO from auto to disabled in the bios, and went into the ryzen power plan in Windows and set the maximum power limit to 99%. When I played FFXV again, the CPU never went above 68C. I'm happy with the result, but I don't know how and why this is happening, or whether I maybe somehow possibly made my frequencies worse.

      I'll check the frequencies and do a few cinebench runs tomorrow. We'll atleast my processor is running cool now. Idle temps around 45C. But I just don't know why it wasn't running cool when stock.
      The general recommendation with 3rd gen Ryzen is to just install and run them. Don't worry about voltages and temps too much (unless they're really excessive). The CPUs is given even 1.5V at times and it is fine with it. Make sure you're using the latest BIOS for your motherboard. AMD has been issuing a lot of AGESA updates to fix some issues.

      My 3600 idles at 30 these days and hits 58 under AIDA64 CPU stress test, with ambient around 28.
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      Quote Originally Posted by ASKnASK View Post
      The general recommendation with 3rd gen Ryzen is to just install and run them. Don't worry about voltages and temps too much (unless they're really excessive). The CPUs is given even 1.5V at times and it is fine with it. Make sure you're using the latest BIOS for your motherboard. AMD has been issuing a lot of AGESA updates to fix some issues.

      My 3600 idles at 30 these days and hits 58 under AIDA64 CPU stress test, with ambient around 28.
      then you got a silicon lottery really food temps and you are using water cooler?
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      Quote Originally Posted by ASKnASK View Post
      The general recommendation with 3rd gen Ryzen is to just install and run them. Don't worry about voltages and temps too much (unless they're really excessive). The CPUs is given even 1.5V at times and it is fine with it. Make sure you're using the latest BIOS for your motherboard. AMD has been issuing a lot of AGESA updates to fix some issues.

      My 3600 idles at 30 these days and hits 58 under AIDA64 CPU stress test, with ambient around 28.
      Man lemme tell you all what happened today! I've been on a wild goose hunt. The cooler is fine and the processor is fine. I'm idling around 45c now and while running cine bench, I didn't go above 65c. The clocks stayed rock solid at 4.2ghz in single thread test.

      What do I think made the difference? It was changing from ryzen power plan to the windows balanced power plan. Now I can run my cpu at 100% power with good temps. To everyone owning new ryzen chips, don't worry about the high temps! Just get a good cooler and you're good to go! The cryorig h7 plus is not bad! Although I did expect it to cool a bit more (like 59c instead of 64-63c). Thanks to everyone for the help! Love u guys.

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