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Ryzen 9 3900x on an msi x570 gaming edge wifi can i do a overclock

You can, but it's generally not worth doing a custom overclock on Zen 2.

Just enable PBO in the BIOS and call it a day.

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1 minute ago, lee32uk said:

I wouldn't try it on that board as the VRM is terrible. Do you already own that board ?

yes im running this right now

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You can, but the board is not well suited to it, and there is little to be gained performance-wise by overclocking Zen 2 anyway. 

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18 minutes ago, Ceative said:

I dont know much about overclocking.

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For Zen2, just tweak PBO in the BIOS, you're going to end up breaking/damaging hardware if you do any static voltages above 1.3.

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18 minutes ago, Middcore said:

You can, but the board is not well suited to it, and there is little to be gained performance-wise by overclocking Zen 2 anyway. 

i had before a b450 with ryzen 9 the voltages was 1.1 and 3.9Ghz

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Eh just dont bother, not much to be gained on these newer platforms anyways.

 

You get so little gain but you need to dump a sht ton of volts through it so just completely not worth it, tbh just undervolt instead for more efficiency

 

This aint the old days with cpus that could oc really well like the i5 2500k and actually gain a good amount of performance in overclocking

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