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OC 3700x

just curious whats normal oc I can get out of ryzen 3700x, right now i'm using autoclock, got upto 4.2+ Ghz. but I heard rzyen can get up to 4.6Ghz. im using watercool, so temp is at 55-60c during load. my mobo is gigabyte elite wifi
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just curious whats normal oc I can get out of ryzen 3700x, right now i'm using autoclock, got upto 4.2+ Ghz. but I heard rzyen can get up to 4.6Ghz. im using watercool, so temp is at 55-60c during load. my mobo is gigabyte elite wifi
Manual all core OC will net you anywhere from 4.1-4.25 (4.3 if you're crazy lucky or pumping a lot of vcore).

PBO based OC, from personal experience, may get single/two thread loads up to 4.45ghz and all core clocks of ~4.25-4.3.

4.6+ is only attainable for stock boost on the 3900X/3950X and possible with PBO adjustments on the 3800X for single/two threaded loads.

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Like RV said, 4.2 all core is about average. Some can do better, some can't. PBO and/or auto OC are kind of hit or miss right now for many people. In my case, I see occasional single core blips of 4.38Ghz with auto OC, but nothing consistent. Depending on what I am doing at the time, I either run mine in auto (for the occasional single core spikes) or a manual 4.3Ghz all core OC. I really hope that another BIOS/AGESA update will unleash these things. AMD has been very careful about saying "up to" 4.4Ghz boost, but I can't shake the feeling that mine could do better, or at least maintain boost clocks longer with some firmware love. with auto OC or manual either one, my temps are always below 80c. I think I've seen as high as 78c with the manual OC running Cinebench r20 all core, and 57c single core peak, so there's plenty of room to push it.

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I don't have the 3700x anymore but when I did was able to get 4.4 but I don't have the cooling for it at least for stress test. Gaming-wise it only hit 50-65 though with Manual OC (1.356 voltage) and CB20 at most was 83. Only cooled with an air cooler (Phanteks TCP14pe) single fan since the case Meshify C and 4x ram could not increase height/close side panel. HwInfo screenshot taken at the very end of CB20 multi-bench. From what I've seen/read 4.1-4.2 is the norm for the chip.

For daily ran at 4375-50 per CCX and at 1.29-1.32 manual.

Returned it and traded for 3800x running 4450-4375 per CCX at 1.34v (auto). Only because of Black Friday deal!
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whats the difference between boost overdrive vs auto-oc? also i'm assuming the setting automatically start upon win10 power up?
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Auto OC is the same as PBO, except it is supposed to use whatever offset you configure (up to +200Mhz). If you are using Ryzen Master, you have to activate the profile every time you reboot. The alternative is to just configure everything in BIOS instead and it will stay set, but some board manufacturers still haven't settled on non-janky BIOS options so it's hit or miss. Gigabyte has like 3 or 4 different sections in BIOS that offer the same settings, and there's no rhyme or reason as to which ones work, which ones don't work, and which ones override the others. In short, it's kind of a mess right now.

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Manual all core OC will net you anywhere from 4.1-4.25 (4.3 if you're crazy lucky or pumping a lot of vcore).

PBO based OC, from personal experience, may get single/two thread loads up to 4.45ghz and all core clocks of ~4.25-4.3.

4.6+ is only attainable for stock boost on the 3900X/3950X and possible with PBO adjustments on the 3800X for single/two threaded loads.
I have a $17 Gammax 400 cooler. My 3700x runs 4.3 @ 1.3v and 24/7 4.2 at 1.2625

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Here is my 3700x with the stock cooler in pre CCX /auto overclock and memory is T Force 3200Mhz CL 16 .. When Relive is not recording it's at 4.3Ghz base clock like you see it at 4250Mhz


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I've got a 3800x that runs 4.4 at 1.35v in a custom watercooling loop. Its been perfectly stable and loads out to around 62C in Prime95/OCCT and high 50's in Cinebench. I've seen a bunch of Ryzen 3700/3800's hit a pretty hard wall at the 4.4+ range. Even 4.45 on my chip starts to act weird and 4.5 is a complete no go.


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I've got a 3800x that runs 4.4 at 1.35v in a custom watercooling loop. Its been perfectly stable and loads out to around 62C in Prime95/OCCT and high 50's in Cinebench. I've seen a bunch of Ryzen 3700/3800's hit a pretty hard wall at the 4.4+ range. Even 4.45 on my chip starts to act weird and 4.5 is a complete no go.


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?

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