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7 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Crap I was looking at your Vccio voltage at the top. Is that on auto? 

no, thats on manual mode.

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33 minutes ago, sabre350Z said:

no, thats on manual mode.

1.2v-1.250v for Vccio and Vccia should be ok. Shouldnt need more than that.

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On 11/23/2015 at 1:26 AM, NumLock21 said:

I've tried to stress test it at 4.5GHz, but it fails after 40 minutes, so I had to dial it back a bit. Overall really happy with what the results that I've got.

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I think your settings were wrong, mine is unlocked.

What i don't understand is why everyone is asking for AIDA or other stress to run for hours, Linpack is doing the best in the first 5mins, my CPU for example is passing all tests except linpack even at 4.5, when running linpack it will die in the 1st 10s.

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42 minutes ago, dboom said:

I think your settings were wrong, mine is unlocked.

Can you point out what settings are wrong and what is this "wrong" thing you're talking about.

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1 hour ago, NumLock21 said:

Can you point out what settings are wrong and what is this "wrong" thing you're talking about.

1st is the statement from the drive db, 2nd: you have increased the strap but this CPU has an unlocked multiplier.

"It can a bit, but only through base clock (BCLK) and most can only get to like 105MHz" is partial true, 1620V3 is multiplier locked, 1650v3 is unlocked, lucky me i got one for 80USD.

 

 

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7 hours ago, dboom said:

1st is the statement from the drive db, 2nd: you have increased the strap but this CPU has an unlocked multiplier.

"It can a bit, but only through base clock (BCLK) and most can only get to like 105MHz" is partial true, 1620V3 is multiplier locked, 1650v3 is unlocked, lucky me i got one for 80USD.

 

 

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The 105MHz base clock was from my other Xeon, which isn't unlocked, and the highest that can go up to was only 105MHz, when I tried to OC. Default base clock starts out at 100Mhz, It was a 2620 v3. All single socket 2011 v3 CPUs are unlocked. It's those that are dual socket like the 2620 v3, are locked. The increase in strap was from setting the memory's XMP profile. When selected, it automatically bumps up to 125MHz. Got your CPU for $80, that's awesome.

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Is there another reuploaded form? The first one was deleted

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I've been always wondering what is the point of overclocking a CPU, can anyone please tell me why?

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Looks like the form link is dead.

 

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I've never posted here in this thread. Don't know if I'm doing it right. I have such limited time these days. Just sat down and decided to post results. Hopefully it's enough. I don't have a screenshot of any sort of time based benchmark, but I've been using this system at it's max overclock for a month now for folding@home with no issues. I suppose I can't prove it, so take it as you will. I just figured I'd dick around with this thing again for a while while the wife is in the hospital. It seems I scored well on XTU/HWBOT. Anyway. since almost nobody has this processor I figure if nothing else, it's interesting.844303528_Screenshot(10).thumb.png.757a2a146eeac75e8d2eb9f9182dc908.png

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Here is my workstation:

 

http://valid.x86.fr/bj13uz

 

https://www.3dmark.com/fs/23104130

screenshot of CPU-Z validation for Dump [bj13uz] - Submitted by  Juny  - 2020-07-14 21:57:35

 

 

I can stressed for over an hour it had no problem and I can use it without turning it off for days with my usual use case.

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How is there not a post for 2200G O_o

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On 7/31/2020 at 3:16 AM, Hold-Ma-Beer said:

How is there not a post for 2200G O_o

  

On 3/1/2020 at 8:59 PM, ImNotNeko said:

Ryzen 3200G (with one of the worst mobo I've ever used)

4297.46 MHz

http://valid.x86.fr/xmyrqp

This was just a CPU-Z validation.

 

I can't get this to stabilized with this terrible mobo lol...

 

3200G is really similar to 2200G if you want to count that XD
 

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8 hours ago, ImNotNeko said:

  

 

3200G is really similar to 2200G if you want to count that XD
 

I also overclocked my 2200G on Gigabyte Aorus M, it was a really pain in ass since it only allowed voltage offset while not having a single good voltage sensor..

Like it reported 1.3125V (set through Ryzen Master) as 1.280V (CPU-Z and HWmonitor).

I was able to push my 2200G to 4.0 GHz at 1.3875V (not stable at any other voltage), so I donwclocked to 3.9GHz and set the Dynamic Vcore to auto since appling any offset was giving me an unstable system... FK

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On 7/31/2020 at 2:16 AM, Hold-Ma-Beer said:

How is there not a post for 2200G O_o

I have mine overclocked on an MSI x470 Gaming Pro Carbon board, I had it at 4GHz at 1.4v on the stock cooler, and am swapping it out for a better air cooler (the Wraith Prism), which is still sort of a stock cooler, and I'm going to try going to something like 4.2GHz. Over on HWBOT I saw the records for air cooling were in that range, so we will see what I can manage. I'll post here once i get is setup and stable.

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15 hours ago, DGBuildsPCs said:

I have mine overclocked on an MSI x470 Gaming Pro Carbon board, I had it at 4GHz at 1.4v on the stock cooler, and am swapping it out for a better air cooler (the Wraith Prism), which is still sort of a stock cooler, and I'm going to try going to something like 4.2GHz. Over on HWBOT I saw the records for air cooling were in that range, so we will see what I can manage. I'll post here once i get is setup and stable.

I also pushed mine from 3.9 to 4.0 GHz at 1.3875V. I am also changing the stock cooler with Deepcool Gammax GTE v2 and then will push the iGPU to 1650MHz. I've set the voltage to auto since my motherboard only gives option to offset which is really tricky. At auto, it gives 1.380-1.400V. :D

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On 8/8/2020 at 4:39 AM, Hold-Ma-Beer said:

I also pushed mine from 3.9 to 4.0 GHz at 1.3875V. I am also changing the stock cooler with Deepcool Gammax GTE v2 and then will push the iGPU to 1650MHz. I've set the voltage to auto since my motherboard only gives option to offset which is really tricky. At auto, it gives 1.380-1.400V. :D

So, I just got it back up and running yesterday and I actually kept the multiplier at 40X but upped the Bus to 100.0625 and bumped the voltage down to 1.3875V as well, it runs pretty decent. Before the cooling upgrade I ran a Cinebench R20 test and hit 87°C and then ran it again afterwards and only hit 69.9°C (nice), So now I'm ready to hit it with more overclock.

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I know originally your supposed to stress test this and such, but I am still learning how to do so using Prime95. This is stable though as far as I am concerned as Cinebench didn't crash it like the previous 10 attempts, and a few setups even had CPU-Z bench test crash it. so Here is my Ryzen 3 2200G overclocked to 4.163GHz @ 1.488V with the Bus speed at 100.8MHz. I still want to push it farther, so we will see...

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On 8/11/2020 at 11:34 AM, DGBuildsPCs said:

1.488V

HOLY SHIT!! Be careful, AMD says to limit to 1.425v maximum.

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On 9/15/2020 at 3:38 PM, HelpfulTechWizard said:

HOLY SHIT!! Be careful, AMD says to limit to 1.425v maximum.

The 2200G has been replaced now with a 3800X, so I don't know if I'll even overclock it, because it already is more than double the OC 2200G's performance. I may see what 1usmus's new tool can do for it though, maybe.

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Latest push.....hit 4.6ghz on a 3600 with just Hyper 212 and handful of 140mm case fans

Even with dropping the voltage on the B450 Gamer Plus to 1.4v (latest BIOS rev)

Sorry I missed the Prime95......stressed for less than an hour with Kombuster CPU burner

 

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This is my old 970 Phenom II Zosma rig. Hands down the best CPU I've ever owned. 

 

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After some further memory tweaking, I was eventually able to get sub 34 ns on memory latency...

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7 hours ago, Storm-Chaser said:

This is my old 970 Phenom II Zosma rig. Hands down the best CPU I've ever owned. 

 

After some further memory tweaking, I was eventually able to get sub 34 ns on memory latency...

 

Loved that platform.

 

Here, dig this. AMD Phenom II 980BE LN2 max clocks.

 

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Same Cpu on ambient air, still holds 1st US PiMod 32M

 

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