Nothing to worry about.The maximum number is too high.
Asus prime B450m-A
All cases of non full load does not matter, whatever the numbers are. Only 100% full load does. So the 87%. Now what that means you can refer to post #285. You can still read also the initial post and all others from the OP and the posts from author of HWiNFO “Martin”.So I created an account so I hopefully understand exactly what my numbers mean
On idle I have between 110%/120%, sometimes going as high as 140%.
On absolute torture testing that value goes down to min of 87%.
The average after some normal use (gaming, netflix etc) is about 110%.
All of this with no oc, precision boost is on for only 100mhz.
If under full load (100%) during R20 your max PPT reading was 114.4 Watt and your minimum PRD was 82.8%... mean that your board only reports the 82.8% of the true power draw of the CPU and this results to the followingI have a 3800x on MSI MEG Ace x570
the power reporting efficiency doesn't look right to me.......
I ran R20 and under current isle, I witnessed 96.7%
the others stayed at 82.8% red, 1434.7%, and 332%
running newest bios version as of 8/23/2020
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Is that really bad or good?
Thanks for your assistance
This is not good at all... if the numbers are truewtf?
Delayed response, and by now you all should know what is what... if you did read anything out of this thread.
i never worried about it, but it seems mine (not under cinebench, just on the windows desktop) is pretty high...
x470 aorus ultra gaming bios ver : F51, 2700x, ddr4 3200 , corsair 650w power supply...
is there a way to solve this ? it's strange, under cinebench, i have only 103%
yes and did you take a look to the picture without cinebench ?Hey there!
If you gave a read at least to the very first post of this thread you would know that anything other that a 100% all core workload is irrelevant to this PRD story... anything below 100% load is absolute 0 important.
If under 100% all core workload you are getting a PRD value over 100% (like 107%), it means that the true power draw of your CPU is less that it’s limit by AMD.
Yes of course I did... and I as I said, you cant really say anything without the CPU under 100% workload like the CB R20 multithread run. Only when the CPU is loaded 100% you can tell if the board is pushing it over the limits or not.yes and did you take a look to the picture without cinebench ?