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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-31-2020, 06:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Ryzen 5 3600 running hot

I've had my 3600 for a little over a month now and I never really tweaked it much. So I wanted to start doing some overclocking. I decided to run aida64 with my system as it sits. I did a mild overclock to 4.2ghz at stock voltages (1.408). It thermal throttled nearly right away. So this morning I decided to disassemble the cooler and re-paste to be sure I had a good mount, it was fine. So this morning as I sit, same settings with a 16C ambient I'm maxing at 97c running aida64. This seems way hot, and doesn't leave me much headroom. I was going to try and undervolt some, but I would really like to try and push higher clocks. As a last note this is the PC in my sig. Thanks for any suggestions, criticisms, or help

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-31-2020, 06:24 AM
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That poor U12S cannot handle 1.4V

The only thing you can do if you're going to overclock is to get a better cooler like the Arctic Freezer II 240/280mm.

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1.408 seems really high. Try lowering your voltage to 1.275-1.32 or lower. I believe the max amd recommends is 1.32.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Cysquatch View Post
I've had my 3600 for a little over a month now and I never really tweaked it much. So I wanted to start doing some overclocking. I decided to run aida64 with my system as it sits. I did a mild overclock to 4.2ghz at stock voltages (1.408). It thermal throttled nearly right away. So this morning I decided to disassemble the cooler and re-paste to be sure I had a good mount, it was fine. So this morning as I sit, same settings with a 16C ambient I'm maxing at 97c running aida64. This seems way hot, and doesn't leave me much headroom. I was going to try and undervolt some, but I would really like to try and push higher clocks. As a last note this is the PC in my sig. Thanks for any suggestions, criticisms, or help
Are u confusing CPU VID with CPU VCORE?
In any case, 1.4v and 96 degrees show a very problematic cooling behavior.

It's not your cpu, it's the cooler or the case that can't handle it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ozlay View Post
1.408 seems really high. Try lowering your voltage to 1.275-1.32 or lower. I believe the max amd recommends is 1.32.
Quote: Originally Posted by rastaviper View Post
Are u confusing CPU VID with CPU VCORE?
In any case, 1.4v and 96 degrees show a very problematic cooling behavior.

It's not your cpu, it's the cooler or the case that can't handle it.

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Like I said, I didn't do much tweaking with it. Used MSI's auto overclock, obviously a bad idea. I undervolted to 1.3, seems to be helping quite a bit

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Quote: Originally Posted by Cysquatch View Post
Like I said, I didn't do much tweaking with it. Used MSI's auto overclock, obviously a bad idea. I undervolted to 1.3, seems to be helping quite a bit
Do you overclock for daily use or just for some quick benchmarks? There's a huge difference between the two.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Cysquatch View Post
Like I said, I didn't do much tweaking with it. Used MSI's auto overclock, obviously a bad idea. I undervolted to 1.3, seems to be helping quite a bit
Prolly your chip is like the newer 3600 that can oc really well at lower voltages. They behave like yours with high voltage out the box, thus high temp at stock.

Check out this thread.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...arch-20-a.html

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Prolly your chip is like the newer 3600 that can oc really well at lower voltages. They behave like yours with high voltage out the box, thus high temp at stock.

Check out this thread.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...arch-20-a.html
Thanks for this info. I'm stress testing 4.5 @ 1.264v so hopefully I can stay stable at that.

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I just tried setting to 4.4ghz all core with auto settings and damn temps hit 105c. I think I need to cap that next time...

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I got my 3600 a month or so ago and it does 4.3 ghz at 1.2v

Less volts equal less temps

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