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AMD overclocking

Using Ryzen Master to OC my 3600X. Got to 4.4 All core at 1.375V. Before I start backing the voltage down seeing if I can maintain it at .35 or .325 what is the actual max safe for normal use on Zen 2? Would .385 or .395 be safe to see if I can push to 4.45 or 4.5? 

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general consensus is dont overclock third gen ryzen

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6 minutes ago, Lord Vile said:

Would .385 or .395 be safe to see if I can push to 4.45 or 4.5? 

you generally want to keep below 1.325v. anything above really isnt considered "safe" voltage due to reports of people having their CPU degrade. 

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11 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

i wouldn't go above 1.35 for prolonged use.

if you use the cpu mainly for gaming, it's better to enable pbo, as it will boost one core higher and you don't need an all core OC.

You have to enable PBO for overclocking anyway or you’re limited to 120A 

 

13 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

you generally want to keep below 1.325v. anything above really isnt considered "safe" voltage due to reports of people having their CPU degrade. 

I’m gonna work it down as low as I can get it see how long it can hold 4.4 all core

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