EPYC Rome ES CPU temperature

chraac

Member
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HWinfo sensors: CPU Die (average) is IMHO nonsense. in the IPMI sensor page is nothing hot.

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IPMI sensors
Thanks for the important picture, may cpu is B0 stepping and the temp in ipmi is not as high as the die average, from you picture I see your CPU also high in this die average temp, so I think it's probably because of the ES stage CPU.
 
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Chozo4

Active Member
Ok, but EPYC with windows and running hwinfo is hard to find.
If it helps... I'm running a Production Sample EPYC 7252 on bare metal here under Windows 10 1809. Noticing a similar trend with the CPU Die (Average) temp accordingly which may point to this not being an ES exclusive issue or even specific to 7452/7502 for that matter. There is barely any load on the CPU at the moment.

I would be happy to lend myself to any further testing needed.

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Well, then this seems to be an issue of the SMU which calculates such a high average value.
There's a new feature in works now, which is currently just waiting for AMD's approval: per-core temperature monitoring. If this gets approved (which I expect/hope to happen in the next couple of days), it would give you a better insight into individual temperatures to confirm what's correct and what isn't.
 
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