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Hello all!

I just built my rig 2 days ago and I am on AMD for the first time.
I got some question about O.C which i could not get a definite answer on Google.

Q1) I used AMD Ryzen Master software to O.C and see what is the limit i got before transferring it to my BIOS. But currently my CPU runs on 4.05 GHz and voltage of 1.45v. However, i seen many youtube videos or website that some of them able to push higher than 4.05 GHz with a voltage of only 1.375. I am on stock 3400G CPU cooler. Does that affect my O.C result? If i were to change to AIO Liquid Cooling, am i able to maintain a lower voltage with a higher clock?

Result as follows with bench result on Cinebench

1) 3.7 GHz |1.375V | 1811
2) 3.9 GHz |1.375V | 1845
3) 3.95 GHz | 1.375V | 1870
4) 4.0 GHz |1.375V | 1902
5) 4.05 GHz |1.375V | CRASHED --> 86 Degree Cel
6) 4.05 GHz | 1.4V | CRASHED --> 88 Degree Cel
7) 4.05 GHz | 1.45 | 1929 --> 95 Degree Cel

Q2) I am using Gigabyte B450M Aorus Elite Rev 1 motherboard. I want to transfer the values in my AMD Ryzen Master into my BIOS. However the M.I.T does not allow me to enter a fixed voltage. Is there a way around it? Currently, i took the current CPU voltage and do a offset +- to try to fit into 1.45V.

Below is the set up of my rig.

GIGABYTE GA B450M AORUS ELITE + AMD Ryzen 5 3400G
CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO LED 3200MHZ CL16 ( 8GBx2pcs )
CRUCIAL P1 SERIES 500GB NVMe M.2" SSD
CM MWE 550W 80+ GOLD PSU
CORSAIR 280X WHITE RGB T-GLASS

Thanks in advance:)
 

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Little bit of an older thread, but I'll give it a shot since I just did an OC on this chip yesterday.

If you switch to AIO you'd be able to OC higher.
I have a 240mm AIO, 3400G OC'd to 4.1 Ghz at 1.375v
Hope this help.
 
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