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How do you have it setup? With the voltage on offset so it clocks down? Or did you just manually set it to 1.35v?
I have voltage manually set to 1.35v. CPU still clocks down, I'm probably missing some of the power draw savings of undervolting when down clocking but for ease of OC'ing i've just set static voltage. I've read all the voltage discussions on Ryzen 3000 and in my own limited testing with Cinebench R20, my static voltage and all core OC approach has scaled my scores exactly as expected (upto around 5200 in R20)


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I have voltage manually set to 1.35v. CPU still clocks down, I'm probably missing some of the power draw savings of undervolting when down clocking but for ease of OC'ing i've just set static voltage. I've read all the voltage discussions on Ryzen 3000 and in my own limited testing with Cinebench R20, my static voltage and all core OC approach has scaled my scores exactly as expected (upto around 5200 in R20)
Thanks, does it not concern you to leave it at load voltage 24/7? I hear its not a biog deal because there is no current being drawn through it. Or should I say the current is very low.

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Unless this chip is somehow radically different from any thing ever before in terms of lifespan, I have no problem locking it at a static voltage. My own anecdotal evidence but I've owned may CPU's over the years that stayed over-volted for years and years and have never had one fail. If I was pushing more extreme voltages like 1.4+, maybe i'd be more concerned.


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Unless this chip is somehow radically different from any thing ever before in terms of lifespan, I have no problem locking it at a static voltage. My own anecdotal evidence but I've owned may CPU's over the years that stayed over-volted for years and years and have never had one fail. If I was pushing more extreme voltages like 1.4+, maybe i'd be more concerned.
Was just curious on your thoughts, most people don't like to do it. But i agree I think that concern is probably overrated, especially as you say the voltage is pretty conservative.

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Was just curious on your thoughts, most people don't like to do it. But i agree I think that concern is probably overrated, especially as you say the voltage is pretty conservative.
If it blows up, I'll be sure to come back and let everyone know. Hopefully you don't hear from me again


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Ryzen 3700X manual overclock to 4450 at 1.2875 V. Cinebench R20 5257 (70 C max). CPUZ 5917 multi, 534 single.

Am I missing something, I thought it wasn't supposed to get these numbers.
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Ryzen 3700X manual overclock to 4450 at 1.2875 V. Cinebench R20 5257 (70 C max). CPUZ 5917 multi, 534 single.

Am I missing something, I thought it wasn't supposed to get these numbers.
Quick, go buy some lottery tickets while your luck is still hot. Is that a recent buy ?
I have one of first ones and best OC was 4.35GHz with 1.375v + LLc. resulting in CB r20 5244/504.
Kick is that with PBO on I get better single core scores (514) as at that time one core boosts to 4.4ghz.

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Quick, go buy some lottery tickets while your luck is still hot. Is that a recent buy ?
I have one of first ones and best OC was 4.35GHz with 1.375v + LLc. resulting in CB r20 5244/504.
Kick is that with PBO on I get better single core scores (514) as at that time one core boosts to 4.4ghz.
It was a recent purchase in late May. I'm floored that the voltage went that low. I started at 4300 and slowly worked my way up. I've gamed with it and ran benchmarks several times, even repeatedly. No stability issues.

Only thing I can think is that the COVID-19 impact on the supply chain caused them to have to use higher binned chips in new CPUs. I mean that's a total stretch, but something is weird.
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Ryzen 3700X manual overclock to 4450 at 1.2875 V. Cinebench R20 5257 (70 C max). CPUZ 5917 multi, 534 single.

Am I missing something, I thought it wasn't supposed to get these numbers.
That's great, looks like most ryzens made in 2020 are great overclockers. Just look at all the luck people are having with the 3600.

Just to put things in perspective my daughters 3700x could only do 4350mhz at 1.35.

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Ryzen 3700X manual overclock to 4450 at 1.2875 V. Cinebench R20 5257 (70 C max). CPUZ 5917 multi, 534 single.

Am I missing something, I thought it wasn't supposed to get these numbers.

Did you get this 3700x recently? Bottom binned Zen2's seem to be able to clock 100's of mhz higher since early this year, my new 3600 does [email protected]
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