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Posted · Original PosterOP

Mobo: Asrock b450m pro4-f 

How to overclock ryzen 5 3600 @4 ghz on stock cooler 

I watched few YouTube videos but need simple instruction. 

Thanks.

 

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First of all

No point in actually overclocking ryzen because it doesn't even have a  lot of headroom for that and it doesn't even benifit from it a whole lot. Just enable pbo and you should be fine.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

First of all

No point in actually overclocking ryzen because it doesn't even have a  lot of headroom for that and it doesn't even benifit from it a whole lot. Just enable pbo and you should be fine.

My mobo can handle it right ? 

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6 minutes ago, Didarul Hossain Rafi said:

My mobo can handle it right ? 

Yes but the cooler can't. The stealth is adequate for stock operation but not enough for any overclocking.

 

Furthermore, manual overclocking usually reduces performance on a 3600 as even the default all core boost is 4.1 and PBO values are 4.2-4.3. I'd strongly suggest getting a cooler such as the Arctic eSports 34 and enabling PBO

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I feed like half my post count has been telling people this.

 

Like said above, unless you have a golden chip OCing Ryzen usually isn't worth it, but nobody has any idea how to do it safely.

 

https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-amd-cpus/1728758-strictly-technical-matisse-not-really.html

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/ejd5c9/1325v_is_not_safe_for_zen_2/

 


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In my case, I was able to OC my 3700x to 4.4ghz all core giving it much higher performance compared to stock, especially in multi-threaded workloads (games aren't impacted much) and best of all, my temperatures were significantly lower with my overclock than they were with PBO. That said, don't even bother overclocking on stock cooling. It will decide the best speed to run at based on thermals, and will do so better than you can. Get a quality cooler and then you'll be able to do some OC'ing.


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