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Ryzen 5 1600 not hitting boost clock?

So i recently stress tested my ryzen cpu on stock cooler using occt, and it doesnt reach the 3.6 boost clock? image.png.1bda2282165febafd26759c724b34d37.png (see image for reference)

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stress testing CPU cores sometimes can't hit its expected boost clocks due to a stock cooler, although that is what I assume and I will probably leave the explanation by professionals

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The advertised boost clock applies to single-threaded workloads, therefore the all-core boost will be lower.

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13 minutes ago, Noforus said:

So i recently stress tested my ryzen cpu on stock cooler using occt, and it doesnt reach the 3.6 boost clock?  (see image for reference)

As told on the AMD website:

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Max boost for AMD Ryzen processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload.

 

Around 3.4Ghz on all cores is the normal boost speed

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