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Tomgang´s project 2 systems in 1 case. All air cooled.

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I was asked to make a build log for my new project 2 systems in 1 case. You can see all parts that goes in to this build in the link: https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/...h-related-purchase-thread.225885/post-4537865

The first image of the mini-itx system up and running. Just a basic setup now to test for temperature and stability, before gettings mounted in the case and i go to the normal ATX system. Dont exspect good image in this thread. My phone i use, is cheap garbage and is very sensitive to how the lights is in the room.

But to kick of this log. Here are a few image of the mini-itx with wondows 10 installed and ready to test. But now i am in the first step to build it and move on form X58.
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I have just testet the CPU at stock settings and stock fan profile on motherboard with Prime 95 with small files or the hottest test. I can happely repport that temperature are just fine. with stock CPU settings and this little air cooler. CPU max out at 71-72 degree celsius and since max temp is 95, this is well with in spec. Temp is around the same with Cinebench R20 test running continued. CPU fan runs 1900 RPM and its max rated RPM is 2500 rpm, so the fan still have more to give as well. Temp seems to be all in check at stock and i also seems i can actually be allowed to run cpu over stock settings and i hornestly dit not exspect that. System also stabel and no crashing. CPU clock does run just below base clock maxed out with prime95, but remember prime 95 is also really beating a cpu. i can also comfirm it boost to it´s max rated clock of 4650 MHz. So far so good.

This will be the last post today. it´s getting late and i need to eat to. Oh can also tell that motherboard bios is updated to the latest none beta version. Memory, the 2 x 16 GB kit does run dual rank. Just if any one wundered.

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Looking good sir!! :D :D Can't wait for the progress!!
 
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So now second system is up and running. Stable and some bloody good temperature for a Zen 3 CPU. Again i am limit by the stock power settings and nothing is touched in bios accept active memory XMP profile. These temp are with stock fan profile not touched and remember these fans can ramp up to 3000 RPM or just around that mark., that also mean these fans ramp up higher with out a optimized fan profile. it ilde around 35 degree celsius with around 1400 RPM on fans and under load on Cinebench R20 and prime95, average temp is 55 degree celsius and one peak of 60 degree celsius possible caused by a single core boost as i open software. Yes it get hotter by a few cores boosting than all core at max load. Fan speed settles down at around 1600 RPM at 55 degree celsius and the fans can go to 3000 rpm. So a lot of head room for som overclcock. Prime95 all core clock is in the 3,2 to 3,3 GHz area and just as 5600X that is below baseclock limited by power settings. Cinebench R20 cpu stays at around 3,8 to 3,9 GHz. Well if you only intend to run this cpu at stock, you deffently dosent need any exsotic custom water cooling.

Next up is to prepare the case and mount PSU, case fans and so on. Cause now the two systems are ready to go in to the case now.

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If you need an all-core CPU test stronger than Cinebench, you should probably disable AVX while using Prime95. Under the PB algorithm, the Ryzen 5000s are underclocked even harder than Ryzen 3000s in P95 AVX, to the point that there's not a lot of point in running the test as is anymore. iirc LinpackXtreme still runs as hard as it did before.

Shouldn't have to worry much about AVX stability, the algorithm seems to handle that well. Just as long as ST and MT are stable in non-AVX to highest possible clocks.

As for the temps, ST being hotter than MT is a trend that you'll see even more when you start gaming on your system, esp on air. Par for the course on the 2CCD CPUs, unless you crank up the PPT limit :)

Glad to see everything is finally coming together for you, it was a long wait. Methinks you should have waited for 5600G on the ITX system, less power, less heat, more iGPU and moar mem OC :laugh:
 
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If you need an all-core CPU test stronger than Cinebench, you should probably disable AVX while using Prime95. Under the PB algorithm, the Ryzen 5000s are underclocked even harder than Ryzen 3000s in P95 AVX, to the point that there's not a lot of point in running the test as is anymore. iirc LinpackXtreme still runs as hard as it did before.

As for the temps, ST being hotter than MT is a trend that you'll see even more when you start gaming on your system. Par for the course on the 2CCD CPUs, unless you crank up the PPT limit :)

Glad to see everything is finally coming together for you, it was a long wait. Methinks you should have waited for 5600G on the ITX system, less power, less heat, more iGPU and moar mem OC :laugh:
Dosent matter with AVX load for me. Dont use AVX under normal use. Prime95 is more for test of temp and stability than any thing else. I am aware of the low clock with prime. That is normal.

Well i will have to wait with gaming and see temp there then. No i am happy with 5600X, temp with the lower profile cooler are lower than i exspected. I exspected around 80 degree celsius at full load. So im happy with low 70 degree celsius.

It was a long wait inded. halt a year from ordering the first parts to have it all. well the wait for Zen 3 cpu in stock, took a long time to happen.
 
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New Update. Good in the progres of getting the system build. But i have a set back. I need a new GPU riser kabel, the one i got is to long for the MINI-ITX system, so a shorter one is in order and shipped. Will have to wait and see how long it takes to get here, as it has been ordere from another country and there will be som tax feed on it that will prolong the arrival. I also had the change the GPU for the Mini-ITX because GTX 1050 TI cooler almost covering all of the CPU fan and sufficate it from gettng air to the cooler and buy a ASUS GTX 1650 with low profile cooler. Still covering some og the CPU fan, but much better now and GTX 1650 is faster than GTX 1050 TI, so it´s propably a win in the long run, given this GPU shortage will last a long time. I think well in to 2022 before any thing starts to be better.

So there are still a few things needed to be done. Cable management first of all in the back, connect Fans and fan controller up, Connect RGB light and control for it. So still a few things. I also still need to get windows install done. Meaning install all drivers, update and software i use. So not done yet and i dont know if i get finnish this week. From next week don´t exspect any update before the weekgend. I begin at work again next week, so there will not be so much time to work on this project.

But here are a few image of the progress i have made. Let me know if you have an idea, of a better setup of cable or other things. I´m open for idea´s i maybe not have think of my self. It´s still a work in progress and some cables might be replaced later.

Empty and stripped down case at the beginning of building.
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Now to where i am right now.
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That is awesome man, and so are you :rockout:
 
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New Update. Good in the progres of getting the system build. But i have a set back. I need a new GPU riser kabel, the one i got is to long for the MINI-ITX system, so a shorter one is in order and shipped. Will have to wait and see how long it takes to get here, as it has been ordere from another country and there will be som tax feed on it that will prolong the arrival. I also had the change the GPU for the Mini-ITX because GTX 1050 TI cooler almost covering all of the CPU fan and sufficate it from gettng air to the cooler and buy a ASUS GTX 1650 with low profile cooler. Still covering some og the CPU fan, but much better now and GTX 1650 is faster than GTX 1050 TI, so it´s propably a win in the long run, given this GPU shortage will last a long time. I think well in to 2022 before any thing starts to be better.

So there are still a few things needed to be done. Cable management first of all in the back, connect Fans and fan controller up, Connect RGB light and control for it. So still a few things. I also still need to get windows install done. Meaning install all drivers, update and software i use. So not done yet and i dont know if i get finnish this week. From next week don´t exspect any update before the weekgend. I begin at work again next week, so there will not be so much time to work on this project.

But here are a few image of the progress i have made. Let me know if you have an idea, of a better setup of cable or other things. I´m open for idea´s i maybe not have think of my self. It´s still a work in progress and some cables might be replaced later.

Empty and stripped down case at the beginning of building.
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Now to where i am right now.
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I was wondering how all that was going to work. Nice!
 
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I do believe the good man is truly having so much fun - simply building!

Go Tomgang Go! :clap:
 
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I do believe the good man is truly having so much fun - simply building!

Go Tomgang Go! :clap:
Oh you bet I enjoying building it. It's 12 years ago I last build a new pc from buttom and up. So it's not something that happens now and then. But perhaps every decade or so.

I also got fans and controllers connected up and ready Saturday. Now I frankly just need to connect RGB and get the clutter of wires looking nice as possible on the back side + wait for that riser cable to come. So today I will take a break from it. I've been building every day since Tuesday. So now I need to do something else for a change.
 
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So now second system is up and running. Stable and some bloody good temperature for a Zen 3 CPU. Again i am limit by the stock power settings and nothing is touched in bios accept active memory XMP profile. These temp are with stock fan profile not touched and remember these fans can ramp up to 3000 RPM or just around that mark., that also mean these fans ramp up higher with out a optimized fan profile. it ilde around 35 degree celsius with around 1400 RPM on fans and under load on Cinebench R20 and prime95, average temp is 55 degree celsius and one peak of 60 degree celsius possible caused by a single core boost as i open software. Yes it get hotter by a few cores boosting than all core at max load. Fan speed settles down at around 1600 RPM at 55 degree celsius and the fans can go to 3000 rpm. So a lot of head room for som overclcock. Prime95 all core clock is in the 3,2 to 3,3 GHz area and just as 5600X that is below baseclock limited by power settings. Cinebench R20 cpu stays at around 3,8 to 3,9 GHz. Well if you only intend to run this cpu at stock, you deffently dosent need any exsotic custom water cooling.

Next up is to prepare the case and mount PSU, case fans and so on. Cause now the two systems are ready to go in to the case now.

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Memory 12 GB DDR3 CORSAIR 1600 MHz TIMMINGS 9-9-9-24
Video Card(s) EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti SC2 GAMING
Storage 2 x Samsung 950 PRO 256 GB M.2 NVME SSD, Crucial MX300 2 TB SSD, WD RED 4 TB + WD AV-GP 2 TB HDD.
Display(s) 24" SAMSUNG
Case ANTEC TWELVE HUNDRED
Audio Device(s) ONBOARD realtek sound card.
Power Supply THERMALTAKE TOUGHPOWER 1500 WATT
Mouse Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse
Keyboard LOGITECH G19s
Software WINDOWS 10 PRO 64 BITS
Benchmark Scores https://www.3dmark.com/fs/13514527 https://www.3dmark.com/spy/2333033
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