Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Review

CPU Temperatures

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Review

CPU Temperatures

Despite the 7nm manufacturing process the Ryzen 9 3900X is still a 12 core behemoth and once you start pushing 4.4 GHz through every core and running them flat out there is going to be some heat generated. Fortunately the days of AMD CPUs getting up towards the 90°C mark are behind us, and either a slightly more cautious overclock or even some meatier cooling will happily tame those temperatures, as you can see from the stock - which is still damn quick - temps.

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Review  

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21-07-2019, 13:42:39

grassman
Gigabyte were making awful boards for a long while especially on AM3+ where users boards were popping, It's great to see them crawl back and I awarded them for there efforts by picking up this bad boy along with the 12 core Quote

22-07-2019, 09:13:16

Bartacus
I bought this one too, despite being an Asus fanboy for decades now. So far, I don't regret my decision yet. The RGBs are a bit dim on this one though, I can barely see the LEDs glowing under the IO shield. But if that's my only complaint, I can deal with that!Quote

05-08-2019, 14:27:03

grassman
TTL was right about these boards! What an epic fail from Asus posting BS temps.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOSFX2tHDcEQuote

12-09-2019, 16:48:20

23RO_UK
(I've posted this over in the news section also as it's relevant to both)

So, I reflashed my Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master to the newly released F7a Update AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABBA this morning; the following data was taken from a period of approximately seven and a half hours usage (both work and play) using HWiNFO64 v6.10-3880.

My 3900X now runs accordingly -

4,625MHz - Top core hits 4,625MHz
4,575MHz - Top 2 cores average 4,600MHz
4,550MHz
4,525MHz
4,500MHz
4,475MHz - Top 6 cores average 4,542MHz
4,400MHz
4,400MHz
4,375MHz
4,350MHz
4,350MHz
4,325MHz - Package average (all 12 cores) 4,454MHz

Yeah, I’d say I was happy with that.Quote
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