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Taichi x399 Temperature issue

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Topic: Taichi x399 Temperature issue
Posted By: rocker7617
Subject: Taichi x399 Temperature issue
Date Posted: 20 Jan 2018 at 10:38pm
" rel="nofollow - AMD Threadripper 1900x
Asrock x399 Tachi - BIOS P2.00
Enermax LiqTech TR4 240 (cooling)
No Operating System yet but will be installing Windows 10
No overclocking (all the settings in default)

I just built my rig and turned on.  The mobo came with bios P1.30.  It showed 34'c on the UEFI Easy Mode and 56'c on the Advanced Mode. 

I updated the BIOS version to P2.0 via instant flash over the network.  Now the CPU temperature on both easy and advanced modes reads 66'c and never goes +/- 2 above this number.

Mobo: 33'c
M2_2: 28'c
VR Temp: 32'c

CPU Vcore Voltage: 1.424

The room temperature is about 23'C.  I have another PC in the same room that reads 34'C on idle. Other than the CPU temp, everything seems to work.

Am I dealing with a bad mobo, CPU or the AIO? 

Posted By: Abula
Date Posted: 26 Jan 2018 at 4:06am
I own also a AsRock X399 Taichi + 1950x (not oc), and i have the same reporting as you, 65C on bios with P2.0, but on windows 10 the temps are 30s, i think its more the display on bios.  For reference im using Noctua NH-U14S TR4, which beside your Enermax AIO is a good as it gets with this setup.

Posted By: scythefwd
Date Posted: 14 Apr 2018 at 2:00am
Neither are bad.  Mine reads roughly the same.. a few degrees different.  What youre reading is an offset number.  Tdie is what we need to be checking, but that is the t-ctl temp the mobo is reading.. I've compared it to hwmonitor and that seems to confirm it.  It's 27 degrees above t-die....

To compare setups
x399 taichi
3.9 ghz oc on all cores
enermax liqtech 240 aio

At idle, you'll see that if you subtract 27 degrees from mobo reading.. you'll be within a few from ambient temps..


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