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post #1 of 52 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 04:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 3600 4.2 ghz all core @ 1.29375V can you do better?

Havent seen many posts showing the underdog, aka R3600 non x, here is my current stable overclock on all cores:
3600 4.2ghz all core OC using ryzenmaster 2.01.1233
Cpu voltage: 1.29375V
Core clock: 4200 mhz
Cinebench R20 multi core: 3656
Cinebench R20 single core: 464
Max cpu temp: 68 deg C
Idle temps: 37 deg C

Motherboard: MSI x570 pro carbon wifi
Cpu: ryzen 3600

I was able to get through 3 runs on cinebench at
4250 all core OC @1.3625V
4275 all core OC @1.375

However i didnt like the higher voltages, and the v droop that followed


If you have a higher all core OC on a R 3600, post your results below.

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darn, I need 1.293758675309v on mine.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
darn, I need 1.293758675309v on mine.
1.29375 is what shows on ryzen master. For accuracy sake, i posted it as shown.

Im just trying to get a feel for what others are able to achieve with the 3600.

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Try this one,it has Ryzen Master but mine is 3600X so it does not count.Oh just to let you know .Ryzen Master is not accurate as you may think but it is better than some.

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Quote: Originally Posted by gerardfraser View Post
Try this one,it has Ryzen Master but mine is 3600X so it does not count.Oh just to let you know .Ryzen Master is not accurate as you may think but it is better than some.



Still good to see what can be done, looks like the x is worth the extra $50, if you are able to to get a stable 4.3ghz on 1.031volts


Can you get a higher OC if you bump the voltage?

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Still good to see what can be done, looks like the x is worth the extra $50, if you are able to to get a stable 4.3ghz on 1.031volts

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Sorry dude you are missing the point. Ryzen master is not running at 1.03v because it is not as accurate as you think or been told.

The screenshot is real but if you measure voltage it was actually 1.25v.

Here is one where actual voltage is 1.2 ,competition is on.J/K
Yes I can over clock to 4500Mhz but it makes no difference in gaming.

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Quote: Originally Posted by gerardfraser View Post
Sorry dude you are missing the point. Ryzen master is not running at 1.03v because it is not as accurate as you think or been told.



The screenshot is real but if you measure voltage it was actually 1.25v.



Here is one where actual voltage is 1.2 ,competition is on.J/K

Yes I can over clock to 4500Mhz but it makes no difference in gaming.



Yep im definitely confused, haha. I was looking at your hwinfo64 readings on your first screen cap and thought that was accurate as well...
Off to download cpuz to verify my readings.
What version of ryzen master are you using?

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I prefer just setting at 1.297v for 4.2GHz

PBO wasn't worth the annoying voltage boosting and fans spinning up on my R5 3600

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Which coolers are u all using for such results?

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Quote: Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
Which coolers are u all using for such results?

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