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Ryzen 5600X Cooler

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Sven69, 14 Sep 2021.

  1. MegaPinches

    Hitman

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    Np go ahead

    If I had a 5800x i'd get a beefy dual tower for sure and maybe tweak my motherboard limits down and find a happy medium where it doesn't impact performance much. Not needed on 5600x though, uncapped limits not going over 80c.

    This is AMD cooler guide for 5000

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  2. MegaPinches

    Hitman

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    That sounds like stock though?
     
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  3. Joxeon

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    Yeah that was at stock in which the 5800X can still pull 140w although there is no real point increasing the power limits on the 5800x as it already uses more juice than necessary at stock and tends to benefit more by dropping the power limits slightly.

    I think I settled with a PPT of around 125 and curve optimizer at -20 all core which knocks 7c off the temps while giving a couple of 100 extra points in R20.
     
  4. MegaPinches

    Hitman

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    Right ok got you its pretty much uncapped stock, 140w jeez, half of what I said about increasing limits only applies to the 5600x then. Lots of people must be running the 5600x out the box in gimped mode, wasn't an issue last gen. You done well getting those temps on that type of cooler.
     
  5. slim01

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    Deffo not the gpu heating the case. Custom HTPC with a shed tonne of air flow, and the cpu cooler has direct intake from outside the case. Mobo/ssd temps also not much over ambient.

    That would have been the case before I dremmeled out 3 x 14cm intake holes though.
    Most of the time during gaming it's not actually that bad, around 60-70c with spikes up to 90c/high 80's every now and then. Still don't seem right as that's at around 20-30% usage.
     
  6. slim01

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    Your temps still good like above sven? Did you change any settings or completely stock? Any idea how much power you're drawing as I'll bet PBO was on by default. If PBO on and you've got those temps that's hella good
     
  7. nukem2011

    Gangster

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    corsair aio would do the job
     
  8. Sven69

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    All I've done is enable PBO & XMP.

    Long time Intel Fanboy, so I'm not sure what I need to do in the BIOS.
     
  9. Sven69

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    Nukem, Brocken 3 seems to be doing a fairly decent Job at the moment, main problem at the moment is the case, still using a Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ATX Mid Tower Case from 2015 - not the best for Airflow!!
     
  10. Ross Thomson

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    FTFY