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[wccfTech] AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs Can Overclock To 5 GHz Single & 4.5 GHz All Core OC at 1.35V, 5 GHz Special Variant In The Works For 2020

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The overclocking details come straight from Chiphell where forum member ‘One Month’, the same guy responsible for showing us the first look at the Ryzen 3000 APUs has given us the overclocking details for Ryzen 3000 CPUs. The new details are rounded up over at Reddit so let’s take a look at them before heading into details.
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.8GHz is achievable on all cores
~4.4GHz performs similar to a 5Ghz 9900k – in Cinebench
5.0GHz is doable, but it’s a challenge
Overclock for overclocking, Ryzen 3000 is still faster
5GHz boost isn’t infeasible
5Ghz all core is pretty much a no-go.
1.35V for all core 4.5Ghz
Memory is being run very loose and slow to assure the stability for testing
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It is also said that the chip is faster than its competitor, the Core i9-9900K when overclocked to 4.4 GHz in Cinebench benchmark and that 5 GHz boost frequencies (single-core) are quite feasible and silicon lottery variants will be able to hit that pretty much with ease. At the same time, a 4.5 GHz OC can be achieved on the part with just 1.35V which is something that the community should be very excited for and that’s the all core frequency that the leaker is talking about.
I know it's everyones favorite whipping boy, but wccftech got this from chiphell forum post by user "One Month"

https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-3000-...ll-core-boost/

Let the rumor mongering games begin!

Update:06/01/2019
https://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-3000-...ed-ihs-design/

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AMD has confirmed that all of their upcoming 3rd Gen Ryzen 3000 series processors featuring the Zen 2 core architecture will feature a soldered design. Since the launch of their 1st generation, the Ryzen series has been utilizing a soldered design which helps deliver better thermal results when compared to traditional TIM application.

AMD Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs To Utilize Soldered IHS With Gold Plating To Deliver Better Thermals & Overclocking Results
AMD has so far used solder on all of their Ryzen CPUs, Ryzen Theadripper CPUs and the upcoming Ryzen ‘Picasso’ APUs are also confirmed to feature Soldered IHS. Continuing the tradition, AMD will also feature solder IHS on their upcoming Ryzen 3000 series processors which are based on the Zen 2 core and supported by the X570 platform. This was confirmed by AMD’s Senior Technical Marketing Manager, Robert Hallock
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I think PBO3 and XFR3 on X570 will offer Max Boost clock OC, so this is how they gonna beat Intel in ST by bigger margin and that gonna be also another selling point for X570.
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for 12 cores on 7nm process, 1.35 volts sounds like it would be running super hot. Zero experience with ryzen overclocking though so I have no real idea.


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i believe this is the CH thread:

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Aha, so I guess Jim at AdoredTV wasn't too far off then with his leaks. People dissed him because they're only releasing 12 cores right now and not the 16 core, and again when clockspeeds weren't 5GHz. It looks like we're getting both, just in a different way and time.

We're getting a 16 core Ryzen, Threadripper 7nm is happening, and 5Ghz is possible. Sounds good to me!

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Quote: Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post
Aha, so I guess Jim at AdoredTV wasn't too far off then with his leaks. People dissed him because they're only releasing 12 cores right now and not the 16 core, and again when clockspeeds weren't 5GHz. It looks like we're getting both, just in a different way and time.

We're getting a 16 core Ryzen, Threadripper 7nm is happening, and 5Ghz is possible. Sounds good to me!

Agreed. Never concerned myself with the pricing and naming stuff as that is at the whim of AMD. The specs though, if this leak turns out to be true, is pretty spot on to what AdoredTV was postulating about.
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I am a little concerned about them running the ram like that to get the overclocks. One of the annoying things with my 2700x is that I can either get maximum clock speed (4.2ghz) on the processor or maximum speed on the ram (3200mhz), but not both at the same time. Unless I am misreading the image (never used AIDA) they are running the memory at 2000mhz, I was kinda hoping to get 4.5ghz and 3600-4000mhz ram.

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This must be the 12 core model... I don't imagine the 8 core version would outperform the 9900k at a lower clock speed, sense IPC should be similar.

Hopefully the 8 core and 6 core versions can clock a bit higher. 4.7ghz on an 8 core stable would be pretty sweet.
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I am a little concerned about them running the ram like that to get the overclocks. One of the annoying things with my 2700x is that I can either get maximum clock speed (4.2ghz) on the processor or maximum speed on the ram (3200mhz), but not both at the same time. Unless I am misreading the image (never used AIDA) they are running the memory at 2000mhz, I was kinda hoping to get 4.5ghz and 3600-4000mhz ram.
They ran it at 4K. You multiply the reading by 2. Nice if real.

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the bus speed of DDR 4000 is 2000.

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