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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-01-2020, 04:11 PM - Thread Starter
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3900X at 4.5Ghz All core/both chiplets 1.35v

I might have a decent chip here. I'll push if further to break 8k in R20.
I haven't adjust any voltages besides vcore or changed anything else in the BIOS besides changing to DOCP memory profile. The cpu core ratio is locked out.?? I had to use manual overclocking. Asus Crosshair Hero VIII. 1201 firmware
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Are you concerned about degradation?

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Are you concerned about degradation?
OH GOD, HERE WE GO AGAIN...... Stop with these degradation replies! Great cpu man, enjoy it!

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4.550 was a no go. Tried up to 1.39v. Reboots. I'm happy with 4.5 all core for daily..unless there's a setting I should try. I heard a few Ryzen Master horror stories about being stuck in a loop.
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OH GOD, HERE WE GO AGAIN...... why would he, its only 1.35v

There are many users who have degraded at previously thought "safe" voltage of 1.325 V.


I'm just asking if he has concerns. But, for those that are new to Ryzen OC, please be careful with a voltage that high and understand the risks.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Wizzzard View Post
There are many users who have degraded at previously thought "safe" voltage of 1.325 V.


I'm just asking if he has concerns. But, for those that are new to Ryzen OC, please be careful with a voltage that high and understand the risks.
again and again and again people trying to school this issue. Look, as long as the OP doesnt run prime, cb, and those types of benchmarks for a million loops that LOAD up the AMP load to the CPU, that cpu will last forever. Its amps that kill cpu's NOT VOLTS.. Carry on now

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again and again and again people trying to school this issue. Look, as long as the OP doesnt run prime, cb, and those types of benchmarks for a million loops that LOAD up the AMP load to the CPU, that cpu will last forever. Its amps that kill cpu's NOT VOLTS.. Carry on now

Ok, so basically no video rendering or heavy multi-core loads, or other loads one might expect to run when buying a 16 core chip. Got it.

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Ok, so basically no video rendering or heavy multi-core loads, or other loads one might expect to run when buying a 16 core chip. Got it.
god, your knowledge in this thread is so helpful, man we should all feel so lucky to have you here.. Why dont you actually build a system with this CPU so you can have 1st hand experience and not just spread info that you read on the interwebs to others

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1.35v is considered high?? No, I won't be rendering video every day or doing any obsessive benching.
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1.35v is considered high?? No, I won't be rendering video every day or doing any obsessive benching.
you're good brother, carry on

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