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Help overclock 2600x with B450-F

Hello I'm wanting to overclock my Ryzen 2600x with my B450-F motherboard. I have 2x8 sticks of 3200ghz PnY anarchy Ram and a H150i cooler on it. I currently have the memory at 3200ghz and the CPU at 4ghz. I want to go higher if possiable. Please help. I'm new to ryzen and bios settings.

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What is your current voltage at 4Ghz?

Main system: Ryzen 7 7800X3D / Asus ROG Strix B650E / G.Skill Trident Z5 NEO 32GB 6000Mhz / Powercolor RX 7900 XTX Red Devil/ EVGA 750W GQ / NZXT H5 Flow

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Just run the 2600x at stock. XFR2 handles the CPU ratger well. Unless you can get 4,2 stable there is no point. 

 

Abd judging by the VRM on that board, either you have a golden ship ir i wouldbt expect it to manage.

 

You can try however using 1,35 volts at 4,2ghz. It might work

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3 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

Just run the 2600x at stock. XFR2 handles the CPU ratger well. Unless you can get 4,2 stable there is no point. 

 

Abd judging by the VRM on that board, either you have a golden ship ir i wouldbt expect it to manage.

 

You can try however using 1,35 volts at 4,2ghz. It might work

okay thank you. trying to up my score on 3dmark. for some reason I'm only getting 7200. trying to reach at leak 8000.

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30 minutes ago, PopsicleHustler said:

What is your current voltage at 4Ghz?

should have I gone with a differant board ? I mean I heard good things about this board.

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27 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

Just run the 2600x at stock. XFR2 handles the CPU ratger well. Unless you can get 4,2 stable there is no point. 

 

Abd judging by the VRM on that board, either you have a golden ship ir i wouldbt expect it to manage.

 

You can try however using 1,35 volts at 4,2ghz. It might work

should I have gone with another board? I feel this board was decent enough and Got good reviews 

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22 minutes ago, talem84 said:

should I have gone with another board? I feel this board was decent enough and Got good reviews 

I mean the board os overpriced and have shitty VRM for what it costs. Other than that its fine.

 

It just means its not great for overclocking

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