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Which air cooler is best for overclocking ryzen 5 3600 upto 5 Ghz

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5Ghz is not realistic on Ryzen.

The DH-D15 is the best air cooler out there, Dark Rock Pro 4 is a good alternative.


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3 minutes ago, minibois said:

5Ghz is not realistic on Ryzen.

The DH-D15 is the best air cooler out there, Dark Rock Pro 4 is a good alternative.

but with either of those, the max you can get (if lucky) is 4.4GHz all core. most people manage to get max 4.3 with 1.45V.

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Liquid nitrogen pot, you'll need that for 5GHz


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21 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

but with either of those, the max you can get (if lucky) is 4.4GHz all core. most people manage to get max 4.3 with 1.45V.

Yes, that is true BUT the max safe 24/7 voltage for Zen 2 is 1.325V. (WITH NORMAL COOLING) Voltage + Temp + Zen 2 = Not feeling so good.

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