I ask only because if I overclock my cpu to 4.0 Ghz I need about 1.41-1.43 Voltage and wanted to know if that is a safe value for 24/7 operation?
Yea, it's used to stabilize high RAM frequency. Don't increase it in case you need to. I think most Ryzen chips can run B Die @ 3200mhz with 1.05v - 1.15v and 1.2v is just the upper limit.thx but 1,2v Soc do you need for ram oc or waht because my ist on 1,10 v 1,13?
Thx if i do 1 hour Prime95 stresstest Small FFTs my Temps go not highter them 78 cOfficially it is 1.425V per Robert Hallock of AMD for 1st gen Ryzen. Obviously you need to account for LLC.
If you cool it well and the load isn't a stress load then it might be safe. 24/7 hammering it with AVX instructions like x264 video encoding, no.
Keep in mind voltage is only one aspect, you need to take into account temperature and power.