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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?
 

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Personally I believe 1.45v on core and 1.2v on SOC is safe for 24/7 usage. Some people might say 1.4v though.
 

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Personally I believe 1.45v on core and 1.2v on SOC is safe for 24/7 usage. Some people might say 1.4v though.

thx but 1,2v Soc do you need for ram oc or waht because my ist on 1,10 v 1,13?
 

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thx but 1,2v Soc do you need for ram oc or waht because my ist on 1,10 v 1,13?
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.
 

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Officially 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.
 

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Officially 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.
Thx if i do 1 hour Prime95 stresstest Small FFTs my Temps go not highter them 78 c
 
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