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Ryzen Master is good place to start as well as HWinfo64 for even more data.
I already use HWInfo64, thank you for confirming it. I decided to change BIOS because Ryzen Master was bringing my CB20 results down. But your first point is good, so I will check the other parameters.
 

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For us not using the website, which CPU is that exactly?

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Sorry, a R5 3600 batch "May 2020".
 

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Some numbers after running CB20 on stock (Ryzen High Performance power profile) from HWInfo64
Clock Max 4,200 MHz
Effective Clock 4,097.2 MHz
CPU (Tclt/Tdie) temperature maxed 72.6 degrees
CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) 1.319V most of the time, but changed between 1.312V and 1.343V.
 

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Some numbers after running CB20 on stock (Ryzen High Performance power profile) from HWInfo64
Clock Max 4,200 MHz
Effective Clock 4,097.2 MHz
CPU (Tclt/Tdie) temperature maxed 72.6 degrees
CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) 1.319V most of the time, but changed between 1.312V and 1.343V.
That looks good, now if you could only lower temps, effective clock would be even better.
 

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PBO is not going to help because it's not x model. It will auto OC (boost) even without PBO.
When you run tests and benchmark like CB r20, note which frequencies you are getting, at which voltage and temperatures. That will tell you more than just scores.
Now I do know what I'm stating here is a fact: All Ryzen 3000 series processors have access to PBO, even non-X models. That "non-X models not having PBO" was something with the 2000 series and was ended when they went to Zen2.
 

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Some numbers after running CB20 on stock (Ryzen High Performance power profile) from HWInfo64

Clock Max 4,200 MHz

Effective Clock 4,097.2 MHz

CPU (Tclt/Tdie) temperature maxed 72.6 degrees

CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) 1.319V most of the time, but changed between 1.312V and 1.343V.
Hmm my 3600x was hitting 4.392mhz with stock boost. If you get only 4.2ghz, maybe it's time to try manual ocing after all.

What's your CB20 score anyway?
Around 4050 is a good one and some very good newer 3600 can even reach a score of 4200.

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Some numbers after running CB20 on stock (Ryzen High Performance power profile) from HWInfo64
Clock Max 4,200 MHz
Effective Clock 4,097.2 MHz
CPU (Tclt/Tdie) temperature maxed 72.6 degrees
CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) 1.319V most of the time, but changed between 1.312V and 1.343V.

You should definitely try a manual OC on the 3600. 4.2ghz is easy on most of the new 3600's, mine is p95 small fft stable with 1.1v at 4.2ghz.
 

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Hmm my 3600x was hitting 4.392mhz with stock boost. If you get only 4.2ghz, maybe it's time to try manual ocing after all.

What's your CB20 score anyway?
Around 4050 is a good one and some very good newer 3600 can even reach a score of 4200.

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My highest score on stock is 3721. I may not have a good chip then...
 

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I'm getting umm.. 3153 in Cinebench R20. Max temps of 66c with a Vcore of around 1.33-ish
 

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Thanks! Yeah it looks like the 4 main mobo companies all have decent enough boards in terms of voltage regulation for a 3600. Do you have a recommendation on which of the 4 has the best bios features?
Asus, AsRock, Gigabyte.

In that order.
 

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My highest score on stock is 3721. I may not have a good chip then...
Hey no worries.
Keep in mind my scores are with manual all cores ocing

Try the same if you want to check your best score.

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Hey no worries.
Keep in mind my scores are with manual all cores ocing

Try the same if you want to check your best score.

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I will give a try. I am still figuring out my build: I did some testing change the fan curve (CPU cooler reaches 100% on 70 degress) regarding the case fans. I have 2 BQ PW2 140mm in the front intake, one exhaust in the back (a Fractal 120mm that came with the case) and another exhaust in the top of the case (the other Fractal 120mm that came with the case). Increasing the speed of the case fans following the temperatures is making actually worst, which for me doesn't make any sense.

I will redo the tests and see if I am reading it wrong. At the same time, I notice the RAM modules block the air to go straight to the CPU, so that's why, maybe, it's no changing anything (this is probably really basic, so I am sorry for concluding that, but that's the second time I built a PC).
 

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62.5ns for my good old 3600x

It still has some potential :)


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I'm getting umm.. 3153 in Cinebench R20. Max temps of 66c with a Vcore of around 1.33-ish
How come my score is higher than yours? Or am I seeing wrong?
 

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How come my score is higher than yours? Or am I seeing wrong?
I may be wrong here but it looks like it's because user Schmuckley has SMT disabled and they're running with only 6 threads on their 6 core chip. That's likely why the lower score in Cinebench R20.
 

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I may be wrong here but it looks like it's because user Schmuckley has SMT disabled and they're running with only 6 threads on their 6 core chip. That's likely why the lower score in Cinebench R20.
Thank you for pointing it out, I haven't noticed that.
 
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