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  1. try putting in other ram stick and see if that works.
  2. yes PBO at the current stage for ryzen 5000 series cpu is safe. You can find more info about PBO online, its basically an automatic overclocking feature that is relatively conservative for ryzen chips, it will monitor temp and core voltage to find optimal clockspeed and voltage for your system.
  3. Everything looks fine, the reason it is showing 4.39 ish in task manager is that the reading there is avg clockspeed among all cores. From your screenshot I assume that you have enabled PBO in your motherboard which boost clockspeed per core corresponding to the amount of work load.
  4. Check your battery plan in your windows setting, high performance mode would try to run high clockspeed at all time also the reading in task manager is not 100% correct, use software such as HWinfo64 to monitor per core clockspeed.
  5. Wow, thanks for the clarification, this is very specific and useful.
  6. thanks for replying! I have set the core voltage to 1.29v and it has been okay since then.
  7. welp, thanks for the reply though I do not think the CPU was underload since it was running a cpuz stress test and I do have LLC mode 4 enabled in bios, the temp is well under control.
  8. Hey All, this is my first time switching to an AMD processor and a msi mpg x570 motherboard. So as I was tuning the settings, I came to a stable 1.32v 4.7Ghz all cores for my 5800x while running cpuz's stress test, after 3-5 mins the core voltage shown in cpuz dropped to 1.28v while the benchmark score stayed the same, and the temperature was fine (69C at 10 mins mark) I wonder what could be the cause of this particular situation, since it seems to have no impact on the general performance at all. Also I was using override mode though I saw there was a "AMD Overclocking" mo
  9. But wait, I just realized how huge this cooler is .... I have a mid-tower NZXT H510 case, would it fit though I wonder ...
  10. I think I would get these items: 1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01A9KIGSI/ref=ox_sc_act_title_4?smid=ANNSJU9W28Y9J&psc=1 2. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002UEN1U/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 3. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06WVYL61Q/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A32Q38Y39WM181&psc=1 and this fan from one of linus' video : 4. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L7UZMAK/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1Z5H6ZGWCMTNX&psc=1
  11. At stock speed 4.5 Ghz, on most maps it gives 180-300 fps while playing. At 5.0 Ghz, I gained way much more fps at same locations, I would say around 60-100fps more thus I think it matters a lot.
  12. That sounds great! Actually I am using a Cooler Master Hyper D92 at the moment, dont know if its better than EVO 212 or not. I will definitely look deep into the delidding process!
  13. I heard people talking about 10-20 degree cooler when the chip is delided, but I dont think I would lower my clocks because its kinda a huge deal to gain more fps on csgo for me.
  14. So I have been using 7700k since it came out. But I did not overclock or tune it myself since I once had very little knowledge about overclocking, the chip used to run with the Asus's ez tuning or XMP which caused a lot instabilities while playing CSGO (fps spikes, yikes). Recently I was considering upgrading my specs to 9900k to help out with the fps, however, as I was looking up overclocking tips I actually brought my 7700k up to 5.0 Ghz with 1.32v (And it passed the stress test and had been operating normally for nearly a month). Eventually I found there was no need for a 9900k upgrade