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B350-f and ryzen 3000 series

Hi all, Ive had the bios update 4801 which claims to have support for upcoming cpus, Would i be correct in saying the next gen ryzen 3000 chips will work on my board?

Also will that mobo hinder a ryzen 3600x performance, in terms of overclocking it compared to a newer mobo? My vrms under monitoring are always pretty low temps currently on my 1600 can i expect to see similar performance compared to a newer b450 or b550 board?

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Hi all, Ive had the bios update 4801 which claims to have support for upcoming cpus, Would i be correct in saying the next gen ryzen 3000 chips will work on my board?

Also will that mobo hinder a ryzen 3600x performance, in terms of overclocking it compared to a newer mobo? My vrms under monitoring are always pretty low temps currently on my 1600 can i expect to see similar performance compared to a newer b450 or b550 board?

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The 3600x boosts up to 4.4GHz. At 95W TDP, might be wise to keep it at stock.

My 2700 (8cores, 65 TDP) was only able to go 4GHz all core oc on the B350f. 100MHz less than on a X470Pro.

Oh, yah, the R3000 cpus will definitely work on our strix just dont go 16 cores. Lol

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Okay i thought it would i just wanted to make sure, Maybe a 4.5ghz all core OC would be okay? What is the limiting factor as of why you can't push it as high? Is it the vrm temps? or the power delivery? Sorry for the noob questions
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Okay i thought it would i just wanted to make sure, Maybe a 4.5ghz all core OC would be okay? What is the limiting factor as of why you can't push it as high? Is it the vrm temps? or the power delivery? Sorry for the noob questions
I think its the power delivery. Not sure what the tctl/tdie temp measures but it was getting hot even at short benches.

Coming from a 1600 that only boosts to 3.7, the 3600x that boosts to 4.4 is quite a step up. So, even at stock you would notice it.

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