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Maximum boost I've seen on my 5800X right now is 5.05Ghz single core.

With PBO2 + 200mhz + CO

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@Lionvibez Do you get any rounding errors with CoreCycler on that core?
 

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Hmmm I need to run this on mine. Been doing all core 5050 but slowest core 4999? I have a feeling ill get some errors 😂
 

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I've hear a good number of people say they can reduce their latency to 14 @ 3800 on the b die however. My hynix is still somehow at 16 @3866 I would have thought it would get slower
 

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OCCT SSE EXTREME will give you a good indication of what your cores will hit in games.
Forget about CPU-Z screenshots, forget about CTR...

Just do OCCT SSE Extreme 1T on each core and check frequency via Ryzen Master to reduce observer effect.

Or you can run 1T benchmarks like CPU-Z, CB20/23 with thread affinity and check clock speed via Ryzen Master for the same reasons above.

Another thing, the faster the RAM, the higher the VSOC, the less boost you'll have.
Someone running 3200c14 XMP or JEDEC is gonna boost ineherently higher than someone running 3800C14 super tight timings because it will require more VSOC and because the faster the RAM the more heat inside the IMC/the more load on the CPU which ineherently lessens the boosting.
 
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