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01-18-2020 09:51 AM
Redwoodz OK I see what's up with your voltages. Your auto CPU voltage settings is giving way too much voltage to SOC. You only need 1.05-1.1v and you are getting 1.188- 1.25v


Set your CPU and SOC voltages manually the turn cool and quiet on. Check your LLC settings also, would start at a medium setting.
01-09-2020 12:11 AM
nimajneBOC If I remember correctly gigabyte uses dynamic vcore from vid even with a oc which could be why your seeing voltage drop so far under prime p95. See what your vid is with p95 and depending you may need to raise it to compensate for voltage drop. If you would like buildzoid has a video about overclocking on gigabyte boards with dynamic vcore but this is with a 1700 so it may yield different results for you.
12-28-2019 03:59 AM
Bapt33 Hmmm, there is always a difference between vcore from motherboard and real vcore (SVI2TFN). Vcore from motherboard sensor is always higher than SVI2TFN, and you should only care about SVI2TFN.
But i would say 1.1v at 4ghz could dont even post. so, yes, surely a missread from HWinfo. In this case,check update, try reinstall it, or use another monitoring sofware (Hwmonitor maybe).
My r5 2600 hold 4ghz at 1.312v (SVI2TFN)
do you have LLC setting? are you in maximum performance power management mode in windows? did you disable all power saving feature in bios?
Look for any power supply/mosphet/VRM setting in bios to find any limit
12-27-2019 08:14 AM
Redwoodz
Quote: Originally Posted by TheViperShow View Post
Oh , ryzen master works fine , I'm using 1.35V and 4.00GHz and it's stable! Same configuration doesen't work from motherboard BIOS... pretty strange.
This cpu has less than 1 year and I haven't done much overclocking. I decided to try BIOS overclock because Ryzen master isn't a thing when I need to use Linux.

First update to the latest HWinfo as the older versions do not read all sensors correctly.

Secondly what cooling are you using? Looks to me like you just need more Vcore.


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12-27-2019 07:39 AM
TheViperShow Oh , ryzen master works fine , I'm using 1.35V and 4.00GHz and it's stable! Same configuration doesen't work from motherboard BIOS... pretty strange.
This cpu has less than 1 year and I haven't done much overclocking. I decided to try BIOS overclock because Ryzen master isn't a thing when I need to use Linux.
12-27-2019 05:13 AM
2600ryzen It's misreporting your ryzen sensor readings, the motherboard is reading the right voltage. 1.3175v for vcore and 1.202v for vcore is my guess for what you've set. 1.2v is unsafe for the soc I'm running 0.85v for my soc running at the same speed yours is.
As to why p95 is crashing try reduce your soc voltage to 1.1v or less and if that doesn't fix it try increasing vcore. My 2600 does [email protected]
12-27-2019 04:53 AM
sobe-it Try it at 3.8Ghz see what happens. Your board is reporting almost 1.3vcore and 1.25vsoc.

Id set you ram voltage. Have you tried ryzen master? IIRC its a dynamic offset so not a fixed voltage and your also pushing an all core oc so you may not be able to do 4ghz or when the speed changes so does the voltages. How much oc'ing have you done before/is this your first time?

As a side note I have never had luck with my gigabyte b350. My 1600 couldnt hardly do any oc in it and I couldnt touch memory at all so what ever the board set memory to I was stuck on. I hated the voltage offset. I put the 1600 in the x470 along with the same ram and posted 3000mhz ram with a core clock of 3.7-3.9 (cant remember right off hand).

my 1700 in the msi b350 does 4.0Ghz and 2933Mhz

gotta run to work.....
12-24-2019 10:46 AM
TheViperShow
Having issues with a R5 2600 Overclock.

Hi to everyone!
Im currently here because I'm having some issues with the overclock of my Ryzen 5 2600.
I have an AORUS B450M Motherboard, and CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 3000MHz.
Having said this, I went to my BIOS, and I have set the clock speed to 4.00 , and I have increased the Voltage of CPU and VSOC , although when i load up Prime95 and HWInfo , the CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) Is static and doesen't change from 1.100V , neither does the SoC Voltage (1.100 as well).
While loading Prime95 , the computer freezes after 3-5 minutes of stress testing.

If anyone knows why this is happening I'd be very happy, I don't know if it's my hardware fault , or I just did something wrong.
Here some pics:

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