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Does this make sense at all?

Ryzen 3600 @ 4.2ghz, 1.15v stable after plenty of stress testing, max i saw was 52C load

it passed cinebench R20 with a 3582 score, which i think is respectable. it also made it through the 3dmark DX12 cpu text without a hitch, at around 7350 points

if this is safe for everyday gaming workloads use case, people may start turning to overclocking/undervolting these chips pretty hard


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That's a good speed at a great voltage. The 3600 is more accepting of overclocks than the 3700-3950. I've seen several reports of 4.4-4.5 but they're usually pushing 1.35v, which is the recommended max voltage. I'd call 4.2Ghz @ 1.15v a solid effort.

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i guess i was more used to the intel side of things where 1.35V was normal operational voltage and lower would bluescreen out, thanks though, i havent tried lower on voltage yet, but i may try later. i only spent about 30 minutes to get what i got


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Intel processors don't necessarily need 1.35V to operate. There's a lot of factors that go into it, but frequency and silicon quality are the two primary factors. A lot of Intel users push their processors as much as possible and a lot of others don't. My CPU never draws 1.35 volts and my system is stable.

If you're stable, you're stable. Gaming loads won't be anymore demanding than synthetic loads so you should be fine.

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That's about where my good CCD operates at that voltage. Then the weaker CCD is around 4050MHz at that voltage.

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Quote: Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug View Post
Intel processors don't necessarily need 1.35V to operate. There's a lot of factors that go into it, but frequency and silicon quality are the two primary factors. A lot of Intel users push their processors as much as possible and a lot of others don't. My CPU never draws 1.35 volts and my system is stable.

If you're stable, you're stable. Gaming loads won't be anymore demanding than synthetic loads so you should be fine.
i wasnt making a general statement. it was just my experience, the 7600k i used to have wasnt the most voltage friendly. i may have just had bad luck in the silicon lottery


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Quote: Originally Posted by PCSarge View Post
Ryzen 3600 @ 4.2ghz, 1.15v stable after plenty of stress testing, max i saw was 52C load

it passed cinebench R20 with a 3582 score, which i think is respectable. it also made it through the 3dmark DX12 cpu text without a hitch, at around 7350 points

if this is safe for everyday gaming workloads use case, people may start turning to overclocking/undervolting these chips pretty hard
That's a good result.

My 3950X @ 4.2Ghz runs 1.177 vcore. You should be able to run 4.3 at around 1.225 to 1.25 or 4.4 at around 1.3. I don't go any higher because temps hold me back.

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