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Ryzen Overclocking Issues on Prime X-470 Pro Board

I have a Ryzen 5 2600 in a Asus Prime X-470 Pro Motherboard. I am having some issues with overclocking.

My Main issue is that it simply disregards my overclock. For example, when I have my multiplier set to 38, instead of my CPU clocking permanently at 3.8Ghz, it varies between 3.52 and 3.74. I also noticed that in Windows Task Manager where it lists the base clock, it is changed to 3.8 but again, the it never actually hits it. I'm wondering if this has anything to do with the CPU's ability to turbo and maybe that's interfering somehow.

I have the intel version of the Asus Prime board and was able to get a stable, full time, overclock with little to no issues. I have also seen creators like JayzTwoCents and Pauls Hardware get full time overclocks so I know it's possible.

In a perfect world, I would like the CPU to have a full time overclock of around 3.8Ghz.

Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated!

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