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With bios 1403 you have to disable sense mi skew in tweaker's paradise...seti it to disable, not to auto.. with sense mi skew disabled, for the right cpu temp you have to look at tdie not tctl. i have a 1700x and a C6H too..download hwinfo or core temp or amd ryzen master and you will see the right temperature. Tctl is a simple value that tells you how far cpu temp is from throttling...when tctl reaches 95 cpu starts throttling...below of 85 cpu is ok...this is what tctl does. if you disable sense mi skew as i said, you will have AMD default setting. i have sense mi skew disabled and system is running fine and temps are real. In the next bios version, according to Asus, sense mi skew will be disabled as a default value. with 1403 sense mi skew is enabled as default.
Ah excellent, I''ve yet tried (may be not enough, but with my limitations in English, it doesn't help)
Thank you very much, I'm going to provide to pay my ventillateurs and wc pump properly
If you have other cool tricks ...
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