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Ryzen 3000 Overclocking/Value

Is there any consensus yet on which R5/R7 3000 chips are at the best value/OCing sweet spot? I know there's not much headroom over max turbo frequencies but I was wondering if any specific SKU's were particularly good value for OCing.

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none of them are good for overclocking. It's all PBO only, and even then, it's basically just the back of the box numbers.

That said it does make shopping for them easy, just but the core count, clock speed you want on the box, because the CPU in the box has been binned to an inch of it's life.

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none of them are good for overclocking. It's all PBO only, and even then, it's basically just the back of the box numbers.

That said it does make shopping for them easy, just but the core count, clock speed you want on the box, because the CPU in the box has been binned to a nm of it's life.
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Quote: Originally Posted by phillyd View Post
Is there any consensus yet on which R5/R7 3000 chips are at the best value/OCing sweet spot? I know there's not much headroom over max turbo frequencies but I was wondering if any specific SKU's were particularly good value for OCing.

value king should be the Ryzen 5 3600 out of AMDs new lineup. Non-X model seems to be the sweet spot for bang-per-buck index

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Quote: Originally Posted by obiwansotti View Post
none of them are good for overclocking. It's all PBO only, and even then, it's basically just the back of the box numbers.

That said it does make shopping for them easy, just but the core count, clock speed you want on the box, because the CPU in the box has been binned to an inch of it's life.
That makes sense, I just wish there was a slightly cheaper R7 3700

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value king should be the Ryzen 5 3600 out of AMDs new lineup. Non-X model seems to be the sweet spot for bang-per-buck index

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Review: Best All-Round Value CPU [Ryzen 5 3600 vs. Core i5-9600K]
https://www.techspot.com/review/1871-amd-ryzen-3600/


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Thank you for all of the info! I'm stuck between the 3600 and the 3700X. I don't do a ton of productivity stuff on my PC but it's nice for the occasional recording/stream and just for the overkill to have the extra cores.

I miss the day of 25-50% overclocks

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That makes sense, I just wish there was a slightly cheaper R7 3700






Thank you for all of the info! I'm stuck between the 3600 and the 3700X. I don't do a ton of productivity stuff on my PC but it's nice for the occasional recording/stream and just for the overkill to have the extra cores.

I miss the day of 25-50% overclocks

Me too, I had a celeron 300A, thunderbird with the pencil marks, barton XP-2500, Opteron 165, i7-920 @ 4ghz.

I miss the good old days of hot clocked chips and massive jumps in performance with every generation.

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Celeron 300A was a fun chip to overclock. PH-E0 stepping was fun as well. Launch Ryzen 1000-series versus late models seemed to clock higher at lower volts and easier to overclock memory on them.
Results seem to be all over the place with the new chips. Waiting for Silicon Lottery's result. Ryzen 7 3800X might clock better than 3700X but at that price the Ryzen 9 3900X is more attractive to me.

Might be the end of my low TDP variance AMD overclock run [PH-II X6 1045T @4.0GHz, FX-8320E @4.6].

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