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Ryzen 3600 overclock safe?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Running at 4250mhz all cores @1.416V

 

Is this safe?

 

Temps are fine, max is 70c at 100% load

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9 minutes ago, Jordie said:

Running at 4250mhz all cores @1.416V

 

Is this safe?

 

Temps are fine, max is 70c at 100% load

For 24/7 use, better keep it below 1.35v.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Deli said:

For 24/7 use, better keep it below 1.35v.

I only use my pc a few hours a night for gaming, nothing crazy

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1 minute ago, Jordie said:

I only use my pc a few hours a night for gaming, nothing crazy

Ok then.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Deli said:

Ok then.

so i should be ok? or shall i maybe take it down to 4.2 to keep it under 1.4v. Thanks

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1 minute ago, Jordie said:

so i should be ok? or shall i maybe take it down to 4.2 to keep it under 1.4v. Thanks

If I were you, I would do that.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Deli said:

If I were you, I would do that.

4.2ghz is at 1.36V. Much happier with that

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1 hour ago, Jordie said:

4.2ghz is at 1.36V. Much happier with that

That's pretty good, generally from what I've seen, ryzen 3k has very similar voltage scaling and degradation points as ryzen 2k so 1.38 is the max before you start to see any degradation, anything beyond 1.4 isn't great for 24/7 and will slowly start to degrade, anything beyond 1.45 and it'll probably see issues as soon as 6 months down the line.


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