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nice timings, 1.35V right. Looks like 16GB modules are trickier...

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CPU went easy to 3.8GHZ fixed with a fixed voltage of 1.2, most stable when CPU load-line calibration is on 2, same level 2 for VDDCR_SOC load-line calibration. Tried level 3 but couldn't last in aida64 stress test. Temps are stable under aida64 stress test 60-63c.
Haven't tried anything else, I think this is already great with the wraith spire. With the H110i I may try OC via p-states. Current OC is via OC Tweaker.

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The best I could achieve so far is 3200mhz with 18-16-16-16-36 1.38V, with 1.37V Aida64 stress test would last only 5 mins. The second best setting is 2667 MHz with 14-14-14-34 1.35V. I found 2933 the most difficult one to find good timings and stable settings which in my case were 18-16-16-16-34 but haven't played with voltages here since 3200 has the same timings.

"C6" disabled also "c-state" are disabled


Different benchmarks show mixed results where some prefer higher MHz others the tighter timings.


I was able to hit 18, 18, 18, 18, 36 with the same ram and passed 8 hours of Aida64 but TM5 still throws errors so does not appear stable for me.

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Here is the best I have done so far, the first picture is stable on everything I throw at it. The second picture seems to be stable timings in aida64 but TM5 still throws errors.





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I was able to hit 18, 18, 18, 18, 36 with the same ram and passed 8 hours of Aida64 but TM5 still throws errors so does not appear stable for me.

Hmm, at what speed did you use CL18 ?
Your pictures are too small for me to see, even when i open picture and zoom in.
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Hmm, at what speed did you use CL18 ?
Your pictures are too small for me to see, even when i open picture and zoom in.

If you click on original size you can't see the info? Odd as it is clear when I click on original size. Same timings first picture at 2933 and second picture at 3200. 3200 passes several hours of aida64 but fails in tm5 mem test.

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I have set voltage at 1.25 and overclocked to 3.8, I ran 5 mins AIDA stress test system did not crash however I got temps at 71c.

Can I push this to 1.35 volt and overclock to 3.9?


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I have set voltage at 1.25 and overclocked to 3.8, I ran 5 mins AIDA stress test system did not crash however I got temps at 71c.

Can I push this to 1.35 volt and overclock to 3.9?


I have been running 4.0 at 1.375 on my rig I would think you could hit 3.9 at a little lower than 1.35.

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I have been running 4.0 at 1.375 on my rig I would think you could hit 3.9 at a little lower than 1.35.

Wow. You must have super cool system running. I am have Noctua 14s and 2 huge fans towards the bottom and one on the top of the case but temps are around 72c+ if I overclock to 4.0.

Yeah sure. I am going to try that next. Are safe temp for Ryzen still 72c?

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Wow. You must have super cool system running. I am have Noctua 14s and 2 huge fans towards the bottom and one on the top of the case but temps are around 72c+ if I overclock to 4.0.

Yeah sure. I am going to try that next. Are safe temp for Ryzen still 72c?

In a stress test like aida64 at 1.375 volts I run about 79C (running for 8 plus hours). Running BF1 I never saw it go over about 66C. I guess it depends on how you feel about the longevity of the processor and I don't think anyone can really answer what is safe as everyone seems to have a little different answers but I consider safe below 1.4 volts and 80C to 85C in a stress test and below 70C for gaming and other applications. As far as fans i have 2 in the front, one in the bottom, 1 in the back and two in the top. I run all the fans at full. Run two fans on my noctua.

Edit: Are the temps you are seeing correct in HWMonitor? I know in HWInfo they now have 2 different temps. CPU (Tctl) and CPU (Tdie) with 20C subtracted from TCTL

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Whats your opinion, c6 enabled oder disabled? Helps disabled for a better Overclock?

Anybody knows what's the real core voltage? Get 2 different voltages in hw info, one under Cpu and one under taichi register?thinking.gif
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Wow. You must have super cool system running. I am have Noctua 14s and 2 huge fans towards the bottom and one on the top of the case but temps are around 72c+ if I overclock to 4.0.

Yeah sure. I am going to try that next. Are safe temp for Ryzen still 72c?

In a stress test like aida64 at 1.375 volts I run about 79C (running for 8 plus hours). Running BF1 I never saw it go over about 66C. I guess it depends on how you feel about the longevity of the processor and I don't think anyone can really answer what is safe as everyone seems to have a little different answers but I consider safe below 1.4 volts and 80C to 85C in a stress test and below 70C for gaming and other applications. As far as fans i have 2 in the front, one in the bottom, 1 in the back and two in the top. I run all the fans at full. Run two fans on my noctua.

Edit: Are the temps you are seeing correct in HWMonitor? I know in HWInfo they now have 2 different temps. CPU (Tctl) and CPU (Tdie) with 20C subtracted from TCTL

Temps are showing almost the same on hwinfo and hwmonitor apps. I have 3.9 running at 1.3 volt hwinfo and hwinfo are showing max temp at 56c but hwmonitor is showing 57c. I have all fans running at full speed now.

Its a lot cooler than before where before it was showing around 71c+ same volt and same overclock at 3.9 but now its a lot cooler at 57c max. Maybe its due to fans now being on full speed. It also could be that weather in the uk at day time was 30c when I was doing the test now at night its 11c only.

Currently Aida has been running for an hour so far no crashes. How long do I need to run this test before you can call it stable.

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