i got my hands on a d15 chromax today rented it from a shop to test with it and see in a few hours after work i will try again
ok got the cooler and here is the test result please tell me it's good
That's pretty damn good and spot on. I guess it was the AIO, whatever the reason. Maybe the mounting just wasn't that great on your kit. When mounting waterblocks it can take a lot of work to tighten it down enough, unlike air coolers, and hard to tell if it's "good enough".
For comparison I'm also basically at the 15000 mark, about 76C at -30, about 100W for that score. Considering your ambient is so much higher (I think you said 29? Mine is usually 21-22 in the mornings), your D15 is really doing good work.
Case closed, I guess? Enjoy your setup, you've got a good thing going. If you really really want to take a screenshot for posterity, you can close some background stuff, disable Search service and internet, or run in Safe Mode -
should easily get you past 15000, you're already maxed out at 4450.
With Noctua and most good air coolers, if the screws stop, they stop. No need to try and give it more force to see if it goes further, it gives you very clear feedback when it reaches the end.
I applaud your perseverance. It's very frustrating when trying to hunt down a cooling problem and mounting/remounting all day.
I see PPT only goes as far as ~95W. Did you change PPT limit from stock? Isn’t it 142W stock like the other 105W TDP CPUs?
I should better ask what is the Power Reporting Daviation and PPT during the CB R23 multi run, because PPT alone doesn’t mean much.
The X3D is a bit strange, it's rare (if even possible at stock) to see it max out 142W even if that's what you allow it to draw. Most people fall around 100-120W area stock in Cinebench, CO may or may not affect that. Personally I haven't found that much difference between about 100W and 120W, what matters is getting to 4450MHz all core effective (since 4450 is Fmax for all-core load). There are a lot of things about this CPU that go against conventional Zen 3 wisdom.
Beyond 120W temps really start to climb, and due to Fmax and basically score cap at 15k, no point going further. AMD set way too ambitious a PPT out of the box for these. For scores I'd let it go up to 100/65/90, but honestly the usual Eco limits work just as well if not chasing that last 1% of benchmark scores (88/60/90).
With a good cooler, if you can hit that clock target, 100W should be all you really need for 15k (after 15k the only real improvements in score will come from BCLK).