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Hypoxz

Ryzen 5 2600 overclocking

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi i am currently overclocking my Ryzen 5 2600,

Im currently on 4.2 GHZ and tried 1.25 V it crashed but 1.275 works

How for can i go and at what voltages and stuff

im using ryzen master

my cooler is the dark rock pro 4

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Posted · Original PosterOP

And if someone has any advice for ram overclocking pls let me know as well

i have 2 sticks of corsair vengeance lpx 3000mhz

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i have that processor. It's been a while since I overclocked it. From memory: I used 1.25V @ 4.1GHz and trying to get it higher caused a massive increase temperature.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, foldingNoob said:

i have that processor. It's been a while since I overclocked it. From memory: I used 1.25V @ 4.1GHz and trying to get it higher caused a massive increase temperature.

my temps are pretty good in stress tests peaking at 50 

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These must be golden sample Chips ;)
The best I could reach in terms of temp-voltage-clockspeed combination is 1.31v at 4.1Ghz ( 1.28v under full load ) 
Haven't tried going for 4.2 though cause the difference in performance isnt worth it in my opinion. Better tweak your Ram then. :P

Every Ram behaves kinda different. It's already nice if it runs the speed it's said to have ( 3000Mhz via XMP/D.O.C.P) 
I also got the Vengeance 3000Mhz Kit. Ram is running at 3133Mhz with 1.37v and CL14. 
Could do 3200Mhz but that would mean increasing Voltage - loosening timings - which i both dont like. :)

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1 hour ago, Hypoxz said:

Hi i am currently overclocking my Ryzen 5 2600,

Im currently on 4.2 GHZ and tried 1.25 V it crashed but 1.275 works

How for can i go and at what voltages and stuff

im using ryzen master

my cooler is the dark rock pro 4

Well, there’s no official statement but people found that 1.35V is kinda safe for 24/7

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