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i think if you use p-states to OC you can? but i'm not 100% sure.

That depends on your motherboard. My MSI B350 Mortar Arctic doesn't have p-state control. I could jiggle arround with windows power management to allow for down-clocking, but Vcore remains fixed when not at stock settings.
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I've just ordered a 1600 and MSI B350 Carbon with 3200 ram to replace my Phenom 965be and MSI 770 board.
Technically I can't join the club as they've not been delivered yet but I do have a really simple question if I may?

I have a 212 evo but not the AM4 bracket. Is it worth getting the bracket or would I not notice any difference compared to the stock cooler? It's £8 for shipping from the Netherlands.

I do plan to overclock but not to extreme levels, somewhere between 3.8 and 4.0 would do.
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I've just ordered a 1600 and MSI B350 Carbon with 3200 ram to replace my Phenom 965be and MSI 770 board.
Technically I can't join the club as they've not been delivered yet but I do have a really simple question if I may?

I have a 212 evo but not the AM4 bracket. Is it worth getting the bracket or would I not notice any difference compared to the stock cooler? It's £8 for shipping from the Netherlands.

I do plan to overclock but not to extreme levels, somewhere between 3.8 and 4.0 would do.
The stock cooler can handle 3.8GHz no problem.
post #2444 of 2745
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Originally Posted by Raephen View Post

That depends on your motherboard. My MSI B350 Mortar Arctic doesn't have p-state control. I could jiggle arround with windows power management to allow for down-clocking, but Vcore remains fixed when not at stock settings.

I am also interested in the topic.

now that I have pretty much settled my OC with a 1500X, I am looking into pstate control of my ASROCK B350 PRO4 which seems to be implemented.

I have voltage manually set in the BIOS.

Windows power saver plan vs Ryzen balanced seems to give me same Wattage values though but some voltage seem different from HWINFO readings from when I briefly looked at it (VID, SVI2 and Vcore)

will investigate more and share if that is helpful here.but happy to hear and get guidance from ASROCK boards owners in the menatime
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Originally Posted by ColonelBlimp View Post

I've just ordered a 1600 and MSI B350 Carbon with 3200 ram to replace my Phenom 965be and MSI 770 board.
Technically I can't join the club as they've not been delivered yet but I do have a really simple question if I may?

I have a 212 evo but not the AM4 bracket. Is it worth getting the bracket or would I not notice any difference compared to the stock cooler? It's £8 for shipping from the Netherlands.

I do plan to overclock but not to extreme levels, somewhere between 3.8 and 4.0 would do.

i saw about 10c decrease in temps on my 212 over stock cooler in stress tests. if you game or do anything cpu intensive, id def consider it
    
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i have Ryzen5 1600 3.8@1.275 (62c max temp in stress). I can use 3.9ghz stable (i dont remember temps) but never find good vCore with 4.0.

I use Deepcool Lucifer v2 with 2 coolers Koolance (1x 12025HBK at 800rpm + 1x 12038 at 1200rpm ... both have 2600rpm max)

Ram G. Skill f4-3200c16-d16gtzb (Hynix chips single rank) at 3200mhz 16-18-18-18-36-56.


I post later CPU-Z Validation.

Greetings!
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i saw about 10c decrease in temps on my 212 over stock cooler in stress tests. if you game or do anything cpu intensive, id def consider it

Thanks for the info. The stuff is being delivered today but the bracket will take another week I guess.
I was tempted to build it today then replace the cooler later but maybe I'm just being impatient.
Having said that, the new case (Corsair 270R) has a big cutout at the back to make upgrading the cooler easier.

Just have to learn the Ryzen overclocking ropes!
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It's running . . .



Still trying to understand the bios.

Got the latest bios version installed. Still tweaking . . .



Love how it games. I'll replace the 1050 with a 290 and possible crossfire 290s soon.

EDIT: A little update. Raised the RAM speed to 3200 MHz and gained some points.



All temps staying below 50C. This is using clip on Xigmatek air cooler and some Cooler Master paste.



Gonna switch to water and install Ryzen Master someday. For now, its already quite an upgrade from my Phenom.
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Originally Posted by ColonelBlimp View Post

Thanks for the info. The stuff is being delivered today but the bracket will take another week I guess.
I was tempted to build it today then replace the cooler later but maybe I'm just being impatient.
Having said that, the new case (Corsair 270R) has a big cutout at the back to make upgrading the cooler easier.

Just have to learn the Ryzen overclocking ropes!

wouldn't be a bad idea to get your system up and running quicker, and to get used to ryzens overclocking quirks.
    
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I've just ordered a 1600 and MSI B350 Carbon with 3200 ram to replace my Phenom 965be and MSI 770 board.
Technically I can't join the club as they've not been delivered yet but I do have a really simple question if I may?

I have a 212 evo but not the AM4 bracket. Is it worth getting the bracket or would I not notice any difference compared to the stock cooler? It's £8 for shipping from the Netherlands.

I do plan to overclock but not to extreme levels, somewhere between 3.8 and 4.0 would do.
You should be able to get up to 3.8 on standard cooler but what's even more important it would be good to set it up 100% stable at defaults before you attempt OC.
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