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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    Did a test gaming session... I saw the same. At least for my FCLK/MCLK/UCLK max speed readings, all was peaked at +6.67% from actual settings (1800MHz >> 1920MHz) HWiNFO v8.02-5440
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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    Can we see a whole window of HWiNFO sensors please? That 7% seems a little weird.
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    Insane power draw on Gigabyte RX 5700

    AMD reference 5700 nonXT has an official total power of 180W. Boost clock (GPU) up to 1725MHz. I expect maybe some AIB cards to go as far as ~200W. That 180W is for the entire card. So GPU power alone (excluding, memory, fans, etc..) sould be less than 180W. "GPU PPT Limit" is referring to GPU...
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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    You have a lot more double values than that 150C temp. I can identify at least 9 more
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    Can someone explain like I am 5

    Usually board vendors want to show to the market (consumers) that their board can run the CPU to the highest performance possible, as being the best on the market. At least this is what’s happening with intel platform(s). I seriously doubt that that’s the case with Ryzen CPUs. After all the...
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    CPU Ttctl/Tdie and CPU core spiking to 80c should i worry?

    I can understand the confusion On the contrary to what logic suggests, those tasks because they are low in intensity allow the CPU to clock (burst) higher with high voltage. The boost algorithm has a “simple” task. Maintain high clock and voltage on small loads, and drop both progressively when...
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    Can someone explain like I am 5

    Ok the useful one is during. I will assume that CPU PPT and PRD were stable while the benchmark was running, at least within a small margin like 2-3%. The R5 5600X has a PPT (PowerPackageTracking) value from AMD the 76W which is the default max power consumption for the entire CPU package. The...
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    Can someone explain like I am 5

    When CB is running you just observe the current value. It’s shouldnt fluctuate a lot, maybe a few %. You can also hit the clock button down on right to reset all values, after test starts.
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    Can someone explain like I am 5

    1. Run a cinebench multicore test 2. While test is running take notes about the PowerReportingDeviation and CPU PPT values. 3. Post here and I will explain what is the meaning.
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    SSD show 3 drive Temperatures, 1 is 54c, 2 is 65-70c, 3 is 54c. Idle/light load. Gaming laptop

    I’m pretty confident that the highest temp is always the controller of the driver.
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    CPU Ttctl/Tdie and CPU core spiking to 80c should i worry?

    I don’t think there is something there to be worried about Ryzens, depending on the model, typically have operating temp limits to 90-95C. So it’s not rare (or abnormal) to see occasional spikes to 80+C. Especially on laptops where cooling is harder.
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    Can someone explain like I am 5

    It’s very simple. As the sensor description indicates this has a meaning while CPU is ONLY under 100% load. Any other time, like gaming, is literally useless. So unless you got any red under 100% CPU load there is nothing to be worry about.
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    IMPORTANT Explaining the AMD Ryzen "Power Reporting Deviation" -metric in HWiNFO

    You have to account power reporting deviation only during 100% CPU load. In any other situation it has no value/meaning, as its description says.
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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    To be precise it’s the CPU that reports double values to HWiNFO, and most likely the CPU SMU is causing this bug.
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    MSI Afterburner VS HWinfo64

    What @Martin is saying is that you can check all CPU temp readings in HWiNFO and see if any of them matches the AB reading. Try in the “CPU enhanced” section of the sensors window.
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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    You are in the thread that explains what is happening. If you start reading from page 1. Long story short, it’s a bug in BIOS.
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    HWiNFO64 CPU Die (Average) Spike?

    Below is your screenshot with some highlights of all the buggy values your CPU reports. They are exactly x2 of what they should be. So yeah its not of a concern other than why AMD didnt fix this bug yet.
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    IMPORTANT Explaining the AMD Ryzen "Power Reporting Deviation" -metric in HWiNFO

    Personally I would be ok with the result. Seems like the CPU is working within its normal conditions. If you're happy with the results of frequency and temperature then go ahead and leave it that way. Have you test it under gaming or any other tasks you usually run? ...other than banchmarks I mean.
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    IMPORTANT Explaining the AMD Ryzen "Power Reporting Deviation" -metric in HWiNFO

    First of all let me try to explain why this (high PowerReportingDev) is happening. In a pefrect world, boards should read what the CPU power current (EDC) is at any time and report it back to CPU as feedback so the CPU can regulate itself properly. For a reason unknown to me, some boards are not...
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