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Please post your 1700x overclock settings along with voltages lets see how much different are 1700x chips from each other

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I know there is search button and there are other posts about overclocking so if you want tell me about those please ignore and move on
Edited by Naeem - 4/26/17 at 12:49am
    
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Check the official Ryzen thread for all that info.
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Check the official Ryzen thread for all that info.

there are 15000 comments on that post by the time i end up reading those amd will be realsing Ryzen 2 cpus
    
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I'm with the OP.
I have no interest in going through almost 1000 pages of Tapatalk, within 1 combined to thread.

There really needs to be subforums for each Ryzen 7 CPU and further subforums for each mb manufacturer, within each. That may seem like overkill but frankly it's an efficient way for users to find information.

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I'm with the OP.
I have no interest in going through almost 1000 pages of Tapatalk, within 1 combined to thread.

There really needs to be subforums for each Ryzen 7 CPU and further subforums for each mb manufacturer, within each. That may seem like overkill but frankly it's an efficient way for users to find information.

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Excellent way to teach lazyness. If you can't read the OP of the DB thread, or the 4+ GHz thread, or the thread for each of the top tier boards, then maybe you shouldn't try.


JUST the OP of those threads gives you more than enough info to get started. There isn't really a reason for normal overclockers to read all the posts. But really, stop being lazy.


TL;DR : 1700/1700x/1800x top normal OC 4ghz, tops safe voltage 1.45 (water). Done.
post #6 of 22
You guys do realize that there are search tools within each thread as well as vast amount of information on the internet. This generation is soooo lazy and want everything given to them. Put in a little work and reward yourself.
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You guys do realize that there are search tools within each thread as well as vast amount of information on the internet. This generation is soooo lazy and want everything given to them. Put in a little work and reward yourself.


Shhhhh, you might trigger/offend someone
post #8 of 22
There's different Intel clubs for generations / overclocking / overclocking per motherboard brand rolleyes.gif / RAM speed / delid...

OP isn't lazy its stupid that one thread has so much (good) information which is segmented by trolling and questions.

I see nothing wrong with having a separate thread for discussing the CPU quirks and another to discuss it's OCing milestones.

I've always hated how AMD users try to create one thread to cover a vast number of subjects.
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There's different Intel clubs for generations / overclocking / overclocking per motherboard brand rolleyes.gif / RAM speed / delid...

OP isn't lazy its stupid that one thread has so much (good) information which is segmented by trolling and questions.

I see nothing wrong with having a separate thread for discussing the CPU quirks and another to discuss it's OCing milestones.

I've always hated how AMD users try to create one thread to cover a vast number of subjects.

If you believe that AMD users are the only one that does that then your a fool. Look at the Intel, GPU,motherboard, memory, monitor etc subforums. They all have various clubs for different generations of items. They are designed to be a one stop shop to save down on clutter of multiple posts and threads of the same stuff.

Like seriously. How hard is it to go to the Ryzen club, use the built in search and just type in something like "1600x overclock"? I'm terrified that our planet's future will be in the hands of people like this. All entitled snowflakes who are afraid of a little sweat on the brow and don't like the words no.
post #10 of 22

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Dbt_7FiD8hTo2uuOIKBE3ATCDRqVRpAHFsKnieEncv0/edit#gid=87938175  - credit to mikesamuel112. From literally the first page of this thread.

 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DqctoWXeutgIqkxScE53g6CXDVy6Xp8oyHDucYrVnC0/edit#gid=992367044 - credit to gupsterg. From this thread.

 

That took me about a minute and a half. Cheers.

 
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