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  1. On my Ryzen 5 1600 it shows about 50 degres at idle but I have two software that shows 15 degres lower,Core temp and CPUID HW monitor...
  2. Is it possible to get teh fans on H110i to go lower than 1000R/pm?

 

  1. Unless you post one screen shot showing all of the CL 4.8.2.1 [Home] tab + the other two utilities I can't sensibly comment. If it also included my SIV utility (see http://rh-software.com/) this would help me deduce what is happening.
  2. Yes, exactly which fans are you using? Ideally post a link to their specs.
  3. In general it's easier to help members who use http://forum.corsair.com/forums/profile.php?do=extra and specify the CL4 version they are using.
  4. See http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=853900 for how to attach a file/screen image to a post.

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Hope this helps.

  1. It does not and you did not do as I requested. Reread what I specified and try again.
  2. I also advise you not to use any Gigabyte utilities at the same time as CL4 as they fail to use named mutexes to interlock access to the hardware.
  3. I am at a loss as to why you posted the Gigabyte screen shot as I did not ask for this and it does not even report a CPU temperature.
  4. You failed include Core temp + CPUID HW monitor on the CL4 screen shot.
  5. Note there MUST be just one screen shot showing all the utilities so I can be sure they all should be reporting the same value.
  6. If you fail to include the initial screen of my SIV utility (see http://rh-software.com/) it will be harder for me to help you.
  7. How are the two H100i fans configured? Post their config panels.
  8. BTW .PNG gives sharper/crisper images than .JPG.

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It seems that SIV and link are showing the same temp,and the 2 others are showing lower.

 

Ideal, both CL4 + SIV are incorrect. I have just fixed this for SIV 5.23 Beta-07 but I don't have a Ryzen 1600X system to test the SIV fix so please will you do Menu->File->Download->SIV Beta to get SIV 5.23 Beta-07 or later and confirm it's fixed. When you hover the mouse over the CPU-0 temperature the tool tip should say there is a -20°C offset, does it?

 

I did not realise the 1600X needs a -20°C offset and after reading https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/765003-amd-ryzen-master-101-update-correct-temps-for-1800x1700x1600x/ realise it does.

 

SIV has always adjusted this for the 1800X + 1700X, but AFAIK CL4 never applies the offset and there are posts such as http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=918490 asking that it should.

 

I just noticed Core Temp is reporting a maximum of 236°C :eek:. Does it often do this? I suspect it must have a bug. What does the SIV tool tip report as the maximum?

 

I am wondering if Core Temp uses the Global\Access_PCI named mutex to interlock access as it reads the Ryzen temperature register. If not then it should, please look at the SIV Menu->Help->Lock Handle panel to check. Obviously Core Temp should be active when you do this and I know all the other three utilities do use the lock. If you are unsure post the screen shot.

 

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  1. Now SIV is showing the same temp as the other temp proggs,ecxept link.
  2. Hope this is the right one...
  3. And core temp doesnt allways show 236 degres now it shows 54..

  1. Thank you, the edit was trivial so I expected it would be fixed.
  2. Yes, but Core Temp is not listed, was it actually running?
  3. If it's not correctly using the Global\Access_PCI lock this could explain there being a 236 degree maximum once in a while. I guess the current is also reported as 236, but almost impossible to spot.

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And core temp doesnt allways show 236 degres now it shows 54.

If it's not correctly using the Global\Access_PCI lock this could explain there being a 236 degree maximum once in a while. I guess the current is also reported as 236, but almost impossible to spot.

 

I got a reply which specified as below so with luck Core Temp will be updated to use the lock.

 

This is indeed an issue I have been dealing with for a while now with AMD processors.

I could never find out why PCI reads failed, but this would explain it.

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