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I was able to get my CPU to 4.5ghz under a 240 AIO from Cooler Master. 

 

Its running with 1.42500 Volts which is higher than I want it to be but still safe. 

 

I think next im going to go after a infinity fabric OC.

 

If you guys could post your OC results down below, id love to see them.

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1 minute ago, JayBronLames said:

Its running with 1.42500 Volts which is higher than I want it to be but still safe. 

It isn’t. 1.325v is max for Zen2 unless you want sped up degradation. 

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Oh, 1.425v. I could only imagine the temperature during stress test.

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4 minutes ago, gloop said:

It isn’t. 1.325v is max for Zen2 unless you want sped up degradation. 

Well shit, actual question wasnt Zen 1 "safer" at the higher voltage?

 

like i said im going to tweak it further. I just wanted to post my intial results. it idles at around 30-34 degrees and full load over 2 hours was 73 degrees.

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okay...1.425v is still fine on my r7 1700

but why not get 3700 with stock cooler at beginning...?

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1 hour ago, dfsgsfa said:

.1.425v is still fine on my r7 1700

which is a 14nm cpu and can handle higher voltages.

 

1 hour ago, JayBronLames said:

1.42500 Volts which is higher than I want it to be but still safe. 

Zen 2's safe voltage is a bit blurry, every cpu has different  tolerance, but generally 1.3 and under is safe, 1.42 is really high for zen 2. 

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2 minutes ago, JayBronLames said:

Well shit, actual question wasnt Zen 1 "safer" at the higher voltage?

 

like i said im going to tweak it further. I just wanted to post my intial results. it idles at around 30-34 degrees and full load over 2 hours was 73 degrees.

1.425v 4.5GHz full load at 73C? I doubt it.

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2 minutes ago, JayBronLames said:

Well shit, actual question wasnt Zen 1 "safer" at the higher voltage?

 

like i said im going to tweak it further. I just wanted to post my intial results. it idles at around 30-34 degrees and full load over 2 hours was 73 degrees.

What?

 

You called the voltage safe in your post and someone is trying to tell you that it isn't.  I can't think of anyone that would say running that much voltage is safe for a 3600X.  

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2 minutes ago, dfsgsfa said:

okay...1.425v is still fine on my r7 1700

but why not get 3700 with stock cooler at beginning...?

This was an in between as my original R7 1700 had the Memory Controller fail. 

 

I'm getting the 12 Core (or whatever the 4900/5900 ends up being.) when it comes out in October.

 

2 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

which is a 14nm cpu and can handle higher voltages.

 

Zen 2's safe voltage is a bit blurry, every cpu has different  tolerance, but generally 1.3 and under is safe, 1.42 is really high for zen 2. 

Thats really good to know. Do you think that i may have a chance at hitting 4.5 under water at a lower voltage?

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1 hour ago, JayBronLames said:

. Do you think that i may have a chance at hitting 4.5 under water at a lower voltage?

Every chip has different capabilities, only way to know is to try. 

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2 minutes ago, nick name said:

What?

 

You called the voltage safe in your post and someone is trying to tell you that it isn't.  I can't think of anyone that would say running that much voltage is safe for a 3600X.  

I said "well fuck" and that "like i said im going to tweak it further. I just wanted to post my intial results." 

 

ffs dude.

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Just now, TofuHaroto said:

Every chip has different capabilities, only way to know is to try. 

Thanks, I am trying to get back into everything. Being in the army I dont have a lot of time to do stuff anymore.

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Real talk - a Windows Task Manager is not a validation of an overclock.  And those temps seem quite...unreal.  My R7 1700 @ 4.2ghz @ 1.4vcore hits those temps...on a custom loop built for this overclock.

 

What are you using to stress test?  Those are good numbers, if they are stable - see my sig, can you pass some benches and show us - golden samples do exist!

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5 minutes ago, JayBronLames said:

I said "well fuck" and that "like i said im going to tweak it further. I just wanted to post my intial results." 

 

ffs dude.

It wasn't clear if you were open to the advice of others or doubling-down in defense of your statement.  Folks here just don't wanna see you kill your CPU is all.  

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Just now, nick name said:

It wasn't clear if you were open to the advice of others or doubling-down in defense of your statement.  Folks here just don't wanna see you kill your CPU is all.  

I want help, thats my bad. I just got off of a 24 hour shift so my bad.

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Examples of passing benchmarks to validate an OC - Cinebench only validates 4.1ghz for me, 4.2 is crash no matter the voltage.  Firestrike I can validate @ 4.2ghz @ 3600mhz ram (in sig)

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https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/37628874?

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4 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Real talk - a Windows Task Manager is not a validation of an overclock.  And those temps seem quite...unreal.  My R7 1700 @ 4.2ghz @ 1.4vcore hits those temps...on a custom loop built for this overclock.

 

What are you using to stress test?  Those are good numbers, if they are stable - see my sig, can you pass some benches and show us - golden samples do exist!

I just did a double pass handbrake encode. Not the best obviously but just wanted to see. I just downloaded 3D Mark and im going to try that out for a bit.

Also, I backed down on the OC to 4.4GHz and 1.35v. Im going to test this first and then ill start backing the Voltage from there.

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2 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Examples of passing benchmarks to validate an OC - Cinebench only validates 4.1ghz for me, 4.2 is crash no matter the voltage.  Firestrike I can validate @ 4.2ghz @ 3600mhz ram (in sig)

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CineR15 CPU run 4.1.PNG

Just the example i needed. TY <33

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1 minute ago, Tristerin said:

Examples of passing benchmarks to validate an OC - Cinebench only validates 4.1ghz for me, 4.2 is crash no matter the voltage.  Firestrike I can validate @ 4.2ghz @ 3600mhz ram (in sig)

 

I can pass Cinebench R20 with 1.30V looping 30min. But it'll crash in OCCT small data set. To pass OCCT, I need 1.32v.

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Just now, JayBronLames said:

I just did a double pass handbrake encode. Not the best obviously but just wanted to see. I just downloaded 3D Mark and im going to try that out for a bit.

Also, I backed down on the OC to 4.4GHz and 1.35v. Im going to test this first and then ill start backing the Voltage from there.

Get screenshots, use CPU-Z to validate frequency, use HWMonitor or HWInfo to show us temps - Id like to see this chip perform in reality

 

Use Cinebench R20.  Thats going to tell you right away if its stable or not.

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https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/37004594?

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https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/37628874?

Dwight: The Mixed Metals Loop Media Center.  Ask me about it.  Currently decommissioned to move to an mATX setup on a new MOBO once I pick one out (getting its facelift as of June 2020 have new air cooler, drives etc.  About 60% finished.  Will no longer be a closed loop system.  Slight update, upgraded to larger SSD, and air cooling installed Arctic Alpine cooler.

Schrute: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0, FX 8350, Sapphire R9 Fury Tri-X Nitro 4gb HBM, 16gb (4x4) Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600mhz, Sparkle/FSP 650w PSU, Corsair H100i GTX 240mm AIO w/ 12mm thick fans to fit in top exhaust, 256gb TIMETEC SSD, 1tb WDBlack HDD, Rosewill Nautilus 1.0 case.  DSI 90-Key Mechanical Keyboard w/ Cherry Red switches, Zalman gaming mouse

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10 minutes ago, JayBronLames said:

I want help, thats my bad. I just got off of a 24 hour shift so my bad.

No worries.  

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that's a pretty insane voltage

 

i hit 90c on my 3900x at 1.375v

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XiaoMi Phones: built like a tank but the software is buggy as all hell

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Razer (except their mouse)

 

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reaching "danger" volts only to try out the limit of the cpu, it wont kill the cpu in a few weeks (hopefully)

tune it down for cooler env

 

but actual games at your settings wont really reach 73C peak you stress, may be 65C?, so its arguably fine

but whats the real benifit of +100mhz in gamez ?  none

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12 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

Get screenshots, use CPU-Z to validate frequency, use HWMonitor or HWInfo to show us temps - Id like to see this chip perform in reality

 

Use Cinebench R20.  Thats going to tell you right away if its stable or not.

Hows that for 4.4GHz? I did 5 Passes and it did not fail once.

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