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Indeed! This basically heats up the room while im gaming or benching, looking forward to not having to turn the heating on through winter. Heck even the Ram pumps out 60c .A RTX3090 and an overclocked Alderlake must be toasty. Especially with both types of cores/busses overclocked.
Definitely a winter project.
Its the backside of the gpu that really radiates the heat, with it being so close to the backside of the motherboard, it can heat up the internals quite abit but so far its all in check especially with 2 noctua 120 chromax fans blowing over it.I found the RTX 3080 was bad enough even in a Ryzen system. Too much heat output for me.
Crikey thats low! It's basically off at that point lol. Amazing what it can do and how low it can get and still work just fine. Ah i didn't know that, i've barely read into anything about AMD in the past few months, the 5800X3D was something i was going to dabble in but since the AM4 platform is dead i figured i'd go for Z690 and maybe drop in a Raptor lake if its worth buying when the time comes.
I just did a final run with these settings:
4.1ghz Ring Ratio
1.35v VID and 1.32v Vcore after vdrop with LLC at level 4, 2nd to lowest setting. The only concern was the temps which hit 94 during the cinenbench R23 run! Gaming loads are fine, it barely touches 60c.
Ah dont worry, this was on the ASrock board. I'm now on a ASUS Z690 Itx board and i can now do 5ghz pcore, 4ghz ecore and 4.2ghz ring at 1.251v. For 5.1ghz i would need 1.28v but that gives me 4.1ghz ecore and 4.3ghz ring as well. Just gets a little toasty and like you i've ordered the Thermalright Contact clamp so hoping to see some better temps with that. Highest i've seen is 84c on the hottest core at my current 5ghz pcore clock running R23 but when i run the 5.1ghz profile it can almost touch 95c!I run my 12700K with a clock of 5.1/4/4 with a fixed voltage of 1.24V and get the same score as you, but the worst Pcore temp was 89c, best being 78C (on a rare hot summer's day), and that's before hopefully better temps with a Thermalright contact clamp I've yet to fit.
Bottom line is, I'd suggest trying a much lower voltage than 1.35/1.32.