Well, I've tried all the suggestions. Nothing worked. it seems when I flashed the previous bios something related to the bios flashing got bonked. Even the flashback is not working. The button flashes 3 times then nothing happens.
I'm trying to flash the latest bios onto my X570 Unify, but my screen is black upon rebooting to M-Flash.
It seems like no video signal issue when in M-flash mode. Already tried both HDMI and DP. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
While playing COD:CW in Windows 10, I noticed my 5950X clock speed doing 5ghz+ very often. Upon upgrading to Windows 11, I can't see 5ghz+ anymore. The highest clock speed I saw was 4.8ghz.
Is this a known issue with Windows 11? What can I do to resolve this issue, other than going back to...
It's not the cooling issue. 5800X hitting 90C is very common.
Unlike Intel CPU, Ryzen behaves differently when undervolted. With Intel CPU, you can maintain the clock speed and performance (Cienbech score) until you get BSOD due to too much undervolting. With Ryzen, you still get the near...
With my new 5800X and new bios, I've done some testing and found something very interesting. I don't know if this has to do with the particular mobo/bios combo (Gigabyte Aorus B550 Master F11n bios) or not, but it seems PBO is always enabled with 5800X even though it's off in the bios. When I...
Can't believe 5900 and 5950 are still scarce. I picked up a 5950X for $100 more than MSPR+local tax from a craiglist seller about a month ago. I don't know how, but the seller was in possession of more than 5 units when I bought one from him.
Considering my hourly pay rate, paying $100 more...
With that kind of ambient temperature? What matters is the full load temperature while running a benchmark like Cinebench which can tax AVX.
There are a lot of 5800X having the same temperature issue as I did (90C), then there are those who don't. geradfraser's 5800X runs all cores at 4.6ghz...
Don't listen to gerardfraser. He won a silicon lottery. He got a golden chip. (I'm so jealous) He's been bragging about it all over the net.
5800X runs hotter than other 5000 series CPU, even hotter than 5950X. I would go with minimum of a good 240.
After emailing back and forth several times with a couple of AMD tech, they finally asked me to send them photos of my 5800X installed in my system, my sales receipt and, the box in order to approved the RMA.
According to AMD_Robert @reddit, the 5000 series is programmed to the Tjmax. Meaning, at default setting, the cpu will not go beyond 90C.
However, since you are applying the manual settings, this doesn't work.
Yup, similar results.
According to AMD_Robert at reddit, when the core temperature reaches Tjmax of 90C, the processor will no longer apply additional boost and hold its current boost frequency until circumstances change. This is reassessed every 1 millisecond.
Basically, you and I didn't win...
The problem is pretty widespread. One person even collected data from eighty (80) 5800X owners. 20% reported 90C+ full load temperature. Considering 5800X is not as popular as other models, 20% is a lot...
Your 5800X temperature is within AMD's general temperature guidance.
See the thread link below