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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 06:17 AM - Thread Starter
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Inexplicabe Insability on Ryzen 3 2200G

So I built a new budget build like 3 months ago and decided to use Ryzen 3 2200G's the Vega 8 graphics for a few months,as they overclock pretty good and have good enough performance for most of the games I play, and then buy a GTX 970 4GB or a RX 590.
I overclock both the cpu and igp a little bit and was stable for a month or two. However, I suddenly get a blue screen and after the reboot I get no graphics output signal. I reset the CMOS and check everything, reapply the OC profile and then everything's good.
However I have something to ask. I've seen many people hit 3.8 GhZ on CPU and 1.6 GhZ on IGP, while maintaining the system's stability, and I can't go over 3.75 GhZ on CPU and 1.35 GhZ on IGP. Is there anything wrong with CPU or motherboard? Can this be caused by a defective HDD?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-20-2019, 06:21 AM
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The PSU is terrible and should not be used in anything but the cheapest and most low end builds

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What is your IGP voltage?

Edit: Looked at the Ryzen Master picture you provided and looks like you need to up your GFX voltage to 1.2V and also increase your SOC V in Bios. Both of those will be needed to probably go any higher. I don't think that power supply is the issue as I doubt your pulling 120W from it for the whole system.

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With overclocks you are never guaratee'ed a stable overclock beyond. Have you tried overclocking in the BIOS instead of Ryzen Master?

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