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Max safe voltage for 24x7 on Ryzen 5000

I am currently using my 5900x @4.7ghz all cores on 1.3v LLC4
Is it safe for long time usage?

I can do 4.6ghz on 1.18-1.2v as well, if necessary i can lower the voltages.

Thx 馃檪

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High LLC can kill too! Vdroop is good for longevity

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You shouldn't be forcing an all core OC on to a Ryzen CPU at all. Its gaining you hardly any extra performance under heavy loads but is losing you a fair chunk of performance under light/single threaded loads.

The best thing you can do with any Zen 2 or 3 CPU is leave it alone.

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