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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-18-2019, 11:56 AM - Thread Starter
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3800X OC step by step

I am making my first steps in the OC. For now I have failed.
My computer have a ryzen 3800X, with 32 go ram G.Skill DDR4 3600 mhz, corsair hydro series H115i pro RGB and aerocool Lux RGB M 750W 80plus bronze 230V
I have tried many different things, all different profiles of ryzen master, XMP ram profile, manual OC with frequency and bios settings. I would like to find what frequency I can reach with all core. I need this because of a software I am using, the most frequency I have the more time I win so any points of frequency winning are important for me.
I had stability at 4.37 Ghz with 85°c and 1.4V. But it can work straight 10 hours fine and after start to crash.
That's why I need you.

I would like you to can give me advices about where to start, step by step and to see and understand how all this work.
I hope I don't ask too much.

Thank you !

edit :

18/10 First step 1.3V 4.3Ghz running at 70°c=> will edit if crash
19/10 no crash since yesterday. Will try to put in bios timing for memory

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Try 4.3ghz with 1.35v?

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Hi, thank you for your answer
Manual 1.3V with 4.3 in AMD ryzen master had stability yes. But do I have to put the electricity ryzen balanced mode or boosted, what about frequency ? do I let untouched or do I put XMP profile ? What about puting less volt ?

edit : I have edited my first post to let you know about if I crash at a moment with what you said

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I never use the Ryzen master on both my 2920x and 2600.

Ive always used the BIOS to OC.

The way I do it, is I enabled XMP first (or manually set the memory timings).

In your case, get a stable OC with your CPU. Once you know you are stable, enable the XMP.

If it crashed, increase the voltage on your CPU by .005 increments.

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Hi thank you for your answer
I will try to put memory timing my self, I have download Ryzen Dram calculator and Thaiphoon
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