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jiangv 2020-11-04 07:02

unnormal temp readings from linux when running p95
 
Hi

I was running p95 on linux centos 7.6, my pc build on 10900k + z490 board, when I install win10 and running p95 for stress testing, second option, maximum temp test, the highest core temp I saw is about 73 degrees, which seems fine.

once I switch to linux, with the same hardware config and bios config, running the same tests, the highest core temp only reach to 62 degreed, I checked cpu usage, it was running 100% and everything seems ok.

so I was wondering, what could be the problem?

Viliam Furik 2020-11-04 08:59

[QUOTE=jiangv;562150]...so I was wondering, what could be the problem?[/QUOTE]

Your Intel 14nm+++... oven (10900K) is running 11 degrees cooler and you call that a problem? Wow. I would say it's more of a good thing, maybe even a miracle.

retina 2020-11-04 09:05

[QUOTE=jiangv;562150]so I was wondering, what could be the problem?[/QUOTE]Linux isn't as good as Windows at scheduling threads. Unless you are keen to try different schedulers in Linux then there isn't much you can do.

However, if you do try a bunch of different schedulers please let us know which works the best with P95.

kruoli 2020-11-04 10:32

[QUOTE=retina;562162]Unless you are keen to try different schedulers in Linux then there isn't much you can do.[/QUOTE]

I do not recall having such a massive delta between Linux and Windows. Especially, since Prime95 resp. mprime sets it affinity to specific cores, so there should not be so much difference.

[QUOTE=Viliam Furik;562161]Your Intel 14nm+++... oven (10900K) is running 11 degrees cooler and you call that a problem? Wow. I would say it's more of a good thing, maybe even a miracle.[/QUOTE]

It's the same chip, so that should not happen, normally. If anything is.

[QUOTE=jiangv;562150]Hi [...][/QUOTE]
Would you mind doing a benchmark?


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