These are our highest AMD overclocks yet... BUT...

09 Th07, 2020
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We have been big fans of AMD Ryzen ever since it launched in 2016 but one thing has always disappointed me... the lack of overclocking potential... that is why Im truly shocked by these overclocks that we got!!
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  • Yeah, why has a degradation test been done much? Particularly with those who “review” for no component cost? Rather than the low hanging fruit of the soup of the day, how a CPU lasts when modified is of more importance to those who want to modify. I’d love to see real world results rather than shill manufacturer-confirming spec tests. As you’ve shown those quick mod results can actually produce lower scores.

    The Eccentric HobbyistThe Eccentric HobbyistNgày trước
  • Windows 95 lol

    Salty B. GamingSalty B. Gaming6 ngày trước
  • I noticed a massive difference when I overclocked my Ryzen 5 3600 from stock. I’m using a Noctua ND15 air cooler and at 4500Mhz at 1.3v i was getting a stable 144-200 fps with all graphics settings set to ultra in fortnite with temps jumping between 55-65 degrees at full load and that’s only using 1 cpu fan cause my current case is a mid tower atx so cant change height of second fan due to space so it was left out. I have a high flow case but gave it to my kid so he could have flashing lights with his A320 MB so going to swap them over and run some more testing.,. CPU + GPU matters in gaming not cause of the performance of the game but the performance and stability of the image so you can click heads. I use cinebench to give my computer a heart attack to see if it can handle it. If it dies I don’t care its a $300 AU processor lol. I only need my CPUs to last 3 years cause by that time the next gen has dropped in price so i can pick it up and over clock it to keep costs down in the long term.I don’t care about how long these computer parts will last for, nothing these days are made to last, its engineered to fail after a certain period so they can keep making money.

    MSBombMSBomb10 ngày trước
  • I use 3950X, OC'd to 4.25Gjz @ 1.34V. Cinebench R20 multicore scores 9987 average. Single core around 485. I do 3D rendering and video editing for living and its been 7-8 months since I bought it and working fine. But for 4.3Ghz,it requires a loooooot of more voltage,around 1.38-1.39 amd that's not worth it..

    shshankkshshankk13 ngày trước
  • Set DOCP and forget? Try this instead for a RAM sweet treat: Step one: Download Thaiphoon Burner, click on Read then Report. At the bottom of the report select “Show delays in nanoseconds” and then File, Export. Step two: Download 1usmus’ DRAM calculator, and import Thaiphoon’s report, then “calculate SAFE”. Now you have the perfect RAM settings. Results: Dropped my latency from 16 to 14, and bumped both my Mem and CPU benchmarks.

    Eric EmersonEric Emerson14 ngày trước
  • Windows 95, huh? LOL

    John ScarpaJohn Scarpa16 ngày trước
  • Managed to get my 3700x to run all core 4.45ghz at 1.325 volts. Cooling using an NZXT Kraken x52 and seeing temps in the mid 60C.

    長谷遥人長谷遥人21 ngày trước
  • 82C is so damn high! I never let my cpu and gpu reach 80.

    Cdek IbalioCdek Ibalio22 ngày trước
  • Make that long term degradation video.

    Mark William DianoMark William Diano23 ngày trước
  • it's actually perfectly sensible to start counting at 0... for reasons i learned at Uni(Comp Sci) that i forgot because it's 2am

    Dan WilkinsonDan Wilkinson27 ngày trước
  • With modern processors that have built-in automatic overclock settings straight out of the factory, it really doesn't make sense to try to push even higher manual overclocks anymore. They've already done extensive testing on it which is how they decide where to set the maximum clock for "turbo boost" or whatever. As boring as it may be all you really have to do is use a good thermal paste with a good enough cpu cooler and you'll automatically be getting everything you reasonably can out of your CPU without risking burning it out. Ironically those RAM timings you glossed over are probably a more productive avenue for improving performance, and especially for improving worst-case FPS in games.

    Marc TMarc T28 ngày trước
  • can you just lock the max volt for the CPU ?

    JimJim29 ngày trước
  • Thumbs up for the AMD degradation project!

    gvascogvascoTháng trước
  • I hot my ryzen 5 3600 at 4.15 on ccx 1 and 4.25 on ccx 2 at 1.3v

    Kole TharpKole TharpTháng trước
  • Please make the video

    Dave DaughertyDave DaughertyTháng trước
  • Make that long-term degradation High-intensity Workload (HIW) video! Use F@H!

    Jamieson PoirierJamieson PoirierTháng trước
  • Long time degradation plz.

    Sinaver SeithalilovSinaver SeithalilovTháng trước
  • Would be good to have a definitive answer to the voltage on my R7 3800xt. Leave it, set it, lower it etc whats the best practice here. Always been concerned 1.4+ is high and annoyed how quickly it gets hot even on water cooling.

  • I got my 3700x to 4375 on ccx0 and 4350 on ccx1 at 1.4v. Been running this setup since December of last year. No issues.

    Tiger ComputersTiger ComputersTháng trước
  • In your amd overclocking tutorial, your 2700x went to 4300 ghz all core.

    O.G.MooseO.G.MooseTháng trước
  • I recently switched to a 280 Arctic freezer for my 3600x. When testing and trying to OC I discovered that my chip ran best just running OTB with adjusted power limits (a slight .050 under volt) and with PBO actually disabled. My chip will run 4.150 in cinebench R20 multi core (sorry can’t remember the scores as I’m on my phone right now). I could get an all core OC to run 4.2 @1.35v (temps in low 60’s). In games my chip runs 4.3 and very occasionally will bump to 4.35. This is at about 1.35v with my slight under volt. Temps are 46-49 for gaming. With pbo enabled all clock speeds where the same but had more voltage and higher temps, so I just said why bother?

    cjsawinskicjsawinskiTháng trước
  • That BIOS V number is fishy, why is it trusted? There's surely no degradation problem running stock, if there were then by now many early deployments would be having CPU related stability problems already as the CPUs with least headroom cross thresholds and become unstable. Under-volting is for when die quality is good and it operates well at lower than specc-ed voltages. Dialing back frequencies for power efficiency (simulating a cheaper CPU model but with premium bin silicon) reduces fan speed but does lose performance. Running a specific CPU at factory frequencies slightly under-volted, would improve performance on CPUs which are thermally limited. Now it seems the auto precision boost over clocking is dynamically using the 2 best cores and pushing them harder than you could statically because the CPU is avoiding hotspots which cause the silicon to become less efficient. The problem here is that as the CPU self management becomes significant that the older static BIOS and configuration settings have lost effectiveness ... the software needs a redesign giving only meaningful tuning options, like perhaps the thermal limit, preferring slightly lower voltages and/or higher accepting risk of rapid degradation. It seems from the comments that Jayz's explanation why manual o/c has little return, has caused a lot of FUD for people who are NOT trying to o/c by whacking up volts

    RobBCactiveRobBCactiveTháng trước
  • i have a all core overclock of 4250Mhz at 1.275 volts on a 3800x

    john turnbulljohn turnbullTháng trước
  • My R5 3600 run all cores 4.5ghz and gets cinebench R20 score of 3949 🤔

    minemac69minemac69Tháng trước
  • I'm convinced my 3600 has degraded just from running at stock because of the voltage, my system is pretty much always on and I've had it from new since Feb. it would sometimes hit 4.2 on a couple of cores so I just figured I'd leave it be as I have a decent cooler for it (h100i v2 in push pull with thermal grizzly kryonaut) and noticed a few weeks ago that it will no longer hit 4ghz. So I went into bios and dropped the voltage to 1.25 and pinned all cores to 4.2, runs way cooler now and getting better cinebench scores than when I first got it, fingers crossed all is good now.

    cemecemeTháng trước
  • This video prompted me to take a good look at what my 3800x was doing. I had it set to PBO and for 8 months had just left it. Looking at it's behavior it was running 4.2ghz (tested auto OC, added a whole 50mhz) under any load and only under very light loads would it boost up higher. The voltage? 1.47 with spikes to 1.5. I decided that wasn't acceptable and set my voltage to 1.35 and adjusted my clocks to the best of my ability. Ended up at 4.35ghz on less voltage and lower temperatures than I had been seeing. Sure I may have given up a smidge of single core performance but all core is up and I have .12-.15 lower voltage to boot.

    TTMR1986TTMR1986Tháng trước
  • Are tpu settings dangerous? I use tpu 2 on my 3950x and it auto set 4.2 all core at 1.177 volts. The gaming performance is great and not trying to go further, just dont wanna lose the cpu using it day in and day out.

    Diabetus_ElitusDiabetus_Elitus2 tháng trước
  • I'm able to get 4.6ghz on r5 2600

    maxwell murphymaxwell murphy2 tháng trước
  • I managed 4.475ghz at 1.275v on my 3900x, and managed 8010 multi/510 single on Cinebench so pretty happy!

    Joe QuinceJoe Quince2 tháng trước
  • I have a 3600x oc to 4366 MHz by setting my bios AI tweaker to PPT-300 TDC-230 EDC-230. For 3 months now with no trublums

    Jack VineyJack Viney2 tháng trước
  • I am running my Ryzen 7 3800X all core at 4,35 GHZ setting the voltage max to 1,3, and its holding all the way no matter what I throw at it (Cinebemch r20 for 30 minutes and the temp was 76 C max..

    TherealDjTiredTherealDjTired2 tháng trước
  • I would really like to see that degradation video. Thanks man!

    madmoviesincmadmoviesinc2 tháng trước
  • not work with Gen 1

    CreazyXXCreazyXX2 tháng trước
  • hi jay and thx! new build: asus crosshair viii wifi, ryzen 3900 XT with scythe fuma 2/liquid metal .. 1,25V core, 4350 all cores - 78 - 80 degrees, cinebench 20 score ~ 7500; cpu die

    SkyCamSkyCam2 tháng trước
  • Yes, make the degradation video.

    Kevin RossKevin Ross2 tháng trước
  • Does Ryzen Master/etc allow a max V limit ? Overclock testing is supposed to be done with nominal cpu v. to start VS stability/heat(power).

    Richard KanadyRichard Kanady2 tháng trước
  • Vs I'm overclocking a dinosaur 980x to 4.3 for 10+ yrs stable ! On high end air cooling and it runs nice for it's vintage.

    Richard KanadyRichard Kanady2 tháng trước
  • I second that. Long term degradation testing sounds logical when the die has less mass to absorb power losses vs large/older intel dies.

    Richard KanadyRichard Kanady2 tháng trước
  • I can see the degradation on my 3900x too. When i got it, i gave it +200mhz headroom for PBO and offseted the voltage by -0.1V. At first you could often see boosts to 4.8ghz, But only 5 months later it would´nt even hit the 4.6ghz anymore. I am using a custom loop for cooling and the Ryzen never shows more than 65C.

    Heini KekwHeini Kekw2 tháng trước
  • i am kind of new to the channel, but i have noticed one thing, Linus in LTT he drops stuff, Jay, he creates new strange words! :D

    Niclas HornNiclas Horn2 tháng trước
  • i recently manually oc my friend's ryzen 3600 build and got 4150mhz @1.225v 74c all core stable drawing ~64w ppt under load on stock cooler ... undervolting and setting all cores same freq helped the case

    Siddhant JainSiddhant Jain2 tháng trước
    • No degredation?

      LoungeAct92LoungeAct92Tháng trước
  • May B u have Overclocked something on ur [B.0E0;D] and a spasm have occurred

    Ayikkara YajamaananAyikkara Yajamaanan2 tháng trước
  • Any advice with RAM clocks. I've got a 3600x and 4400mhz Ram. I'm having issues with my machine going dead, not even blue screening, just going dead. If I don't use XMP, I don't get any issues at 2133mhz.

    Johnny SheenJohnny Sheen2 tháng trước
    • @Paul JJ I've underclocked it to 3766 I think, something around there anyway. Works fine now. I might try cranking it up again at some point.

      Johnny SheenJohnny Sheen2 tháng trước
    • Replace the RAM, Anything over 3200 Mhz and you're asking for a lottery, especially with the overclock!

      Paul JJPaul JJ2 tháng trước
  • Only Antifa endorses AMD!!!!!

    Eli PercivalEli Percival2 tháng trước
  • Who would have guessed, "overclocking" is a complete waste of time and "upgraded" cooling. You're not going to magically make your cpu into the next gen by thinking you are smarter than AMD engineers.

    Joe jJoe j2 tháng trước
    • @Paul JJ not that simple... and stop trying to compare intel to amd like that a comparison of one gen to the next. Comparing apples to a dog here. Completely meaningless. But whatever man, to each his own. If spending more money on that "unlocked" intel, plus the $400 into water cooling, over priced mobo. The amount of time and money wasted to squeeze that extra 1.5 fps sure as hell ain't worth it to me.

      Joe jJoe j2 tháng trước
    • Well I did with my Intel CPU, I have 4770K running at 4.6 Ghz at all 4 cores AND on top of that I run my RAM at 2.4 Ghz CL11 and guess what? My IPC is no slower than AMD 3rd Gen CPU and it runs ALL the modern games just fine -) I'm waiting for the 4th gen AMD now to see if it's finally would worth the upgrade. I currently have 500 points per IPC in CPU-Z bench.

      Paul JJPaul JJ2 tháng trước
  • New owner of a 3900XT (first build in 8yrs) and am a tad confused... enable PBO and all set? Or are there still voltage concerns or tweaks that need to take place even with PBO enabled? TY!

    Cisco kidCisco kid2 tháng trước
  • Would love to see the long term degredation test.

    KimKim2 tháng trước
  • on my 3700x i have 4.3 all core at 1.3625 volts. in ryzen master and to get 4.35 u need 1.48125

    WillFulForzaWillFulForza2 tháng trước
  • +1 for the long term degradation test!!!

    Tallisman[iac]Tallisman[iac]3 tháng trước
  • Argument with woman before bed = unexplainable wounds in the morning.

    Scott SilverScott Silver3 tháng trước
  • Make the long term Degradation video. I've been super suspicious that my Zen 2 CPUs have been degrading quickly w/ overclocks, as well as the budget 1600 AF. Would love to see someone test out another AMD CPU.

    Second Lease GamerSecond Lease Gamer3 tháng trước
  • but will it run crysis ?

    Rob JorgRob Jorg3 tháng trước
  • Jay: You should not even bother with Manual OC. Proceeds to overclock his CPU to 4.6GHz all core and sees good improvements all round. :P P.S. I was able to overclock my new R5 3600 to 4.4GHz all core. Before it would boost to 4.2GHz under single core load and 4GHz under all core load. And now, my CPU never goes above 1.3V under load. Totally worth it imo.

    Gotham RajeevGotham Rajeev3 tháng trước
  • Could you lock the voltage to 1.3V to prevent the PBO from drawing to much voltage and would that affect the performance of PBO? Just curious.

    Clinton NashClinton Nash3 tháng trước
  • xvid4psp ver 5

    F QopF Qop3 tháng trước
  • Should we undervolt.

    ChrisChris3 tháng trước
  • Jay...I just want to say:HEROES,SUPERMANS, ROG's and any other SHIT dumped from ASUS doesn't do any good for RYZEN family! PLEASE try ANY MSI board and be ready for a SURPRISE! I've seen you do a WHOLE lot of tinkering on ASUS's motherboards for RYZEN on your channel,and if YOU are REALLY not so biased,and if you are REALLY so independent as you say-you WILL TRY it! As I see it,the RYZEN CPU and the ryzen chipsets are more codependent of each other then anything we seen to this day,and obviously,the BOARD manufacturers are given some room for influence on the output of their products. SO...once again,I would like to ask you to try ANY of MSI midrange boards and compare the performance against the ASUS. UNLESS you REALLY are not the ASUS SHILL,I HOPE you will see into this and see the difference. And when you see the difference,I would like you to show that to your audience,because MANY people are relying on your tests and benchmarks.SO PLEASE try an MSI board,or I will never again be able to see you as. UNBIASED tester.

    thechudovistethechudoviste3 tháng trước
  • Long term jay!! You better hurry before Linus takes the idea.

    Dante CampbellDante Campbell3 tháng trước
  • My BIOS on my 3600X shows 1.42V as well. When I run my system it idles at 25C. If I manually set 1.35V I get and idle of 30C and at 1.4V idle is about 33C. I think the BIOS voltage is just full but the system throttles it down quickly based on my numbers. Managed a stable 4.4GHz with 1.3V no drama. My Geekbench 5 varies around 1400 single core and 8400 around multi core. No amount of OC'ing changes the single core score more than 20, it all has an impact on multi core, up from 8000 to 8400. In the end I have just left the CPU with stock boost on which now with the latest ASUS BIOS 18.08.2020 V1.04 has my CPU up to 4.35GHz up from 4.25GHz on the last BIOS. That is an ASUS TUF B550M-WiFi mobo. Really RAM is much more critical I think on these Ryzens.

    Humbug ShowHumbug Show3 tháng trước
  • Yes please make the degradation test video.

    XMCXMC3 tháng trước
  • yes do the testing for sure lets see how long the life span can be for ryzen and maybe it will get them to change the voltages some..

    bernhard85bernhard853 tháng trước
  • Folding workload video :)

    social3ngin33rinsocial3ngin33rin3 tháng trước
  • this channel has degraded i tested it!

    hiddeninthewireshiddeninthewires3 tháng trước
  • The best practice is to run a test like Prime95 for 10 minutes to see where the processor considers the all-core voltage a same limit, and to then not exceed that voltage in manual overclocks. It's typically around 1.3 volts, but can be higher with fewer cores. 1.45 volts on one core is fine since the current draw is much lower, but definitely aim for the Prime95 output voltage, with voltage droop enabled. For 1.3 volts, that will mean a setting of around 1.35 volts with medium droop levels.

    Dylan RichardsDylan Richards3 tháng trước
  • great video Jason, but i would say overclocking on almost any 6 core or 8 core chip is just for pure enthusiast who have nothing better to do which isnt needed, i would say its better to only over clock 4 core processors or less, i dont think a 2700x even needs higher clocks no matter the cooling its like it does everything anyone would ever need it to do, same for a 9600k, but to each there own.

    FollowerOfChristFollowerOfChrist3 tháng trước
  • I have tried leave everything auto including xmp. But xmp profile dimm voltage is set to 1.45v. After some time, system just shutdown. Most stable for me is to run my cpu at manual. OC'd at 4.3, voltage set to 1.25v, Ram is set to 3600 and set the timings using dram calculator, dram voltage is set to 1.37v. That is what I am running so far on my 3900xt. Running always on auto is not always the best solution. I have been always using intel, my last cpu was 4770k, which is very dud, cant get even OC'd to 4.2. So I just let everything auto that time, load xmp and call it a day. With these ryzen, I cannot even get that stability with everything all in auto, and xmp loaded unless I start to tinker some settings at bios.

    JayPark ZJayPark Z3 tháng trước
  • The first thing I did when I got my 3600 was undervolt and overclock. The way you're talking about how it behaves at auto makes me a bit nervous lol

    ZeratulZeratul3 tháng trước
    • Yep same here. I OC'd my 3600 to 4.3 all cores and at 1.25v (set the LLC to level 2) and even pegged at 100% on Cinebench, it will only draw ~1.22V give or take. Only thing i gotta remember is that whenever i update the BIOS on my X570-F to always reinstate the OC as on the BIOS post-update, I still get annoyed when it says its drawing 1.475V to run a 3.6ghz base WTF?!?

      31tangovictor31tangovictor2 tháng trước
  • Software based OC is for noobs only. Bios OC is for enthusiast users.

    Candid AvocadoCandid Avocado3 tháng trước
  • my 1800x I just replaced I had stable at 4.1.. ended up with 4.175 after some bios updates like 6 months later

    SinCityStoneSinCityStone3 tháng trước
  • Please test the degradation!! Even if you make a 2 hour video with lots of ads, I`d watch

    Gustavo Machado Rangel da SilvaGustavo Machado Rangel da Silva3 tháng trước
  • Long term degradation Test would be of great interest to me as I run a 3800 X at stock but was considering O/Clocking now maybe not.

    Daryl NicklenDaryl Nicklen3 tháng trước
  • Do the video. I would also like to see videos about EGPU's.

    Tom BTom B3 tháng trước
  • Jist is, real world. Just underclock the voltage to 1.29 - 1.3?

    DaSmooolsDaSmoools3 tháng trước

    karl kimptonkarl kimpton3 tháng trước
  • 10:51.. was when i started flipping when i realizaed i have my r5 1600 at 4.1Ghz.. ._.

    Fierita FierazoFierita Fierazo3 tháng trước
    • That's a good result for first-gen Ryzen, especially on a non-X model.

      Dylan RichardsDylan Richards3 tháng trước
  • Yes Jay, do that longterm test. You will save a lot of ppl CPUs. Just use a gaming benchmark with a more demanding game and maybe swap it with some other realistic workload ocasionally.

    Niko. exeNiko. exe3 tháng trước
  • Yes, please do the long term test. I'm thinking of upgrading to a ryzen system soon. I currently do a lot of heavy calculations with financial data analysis, machine learning, etc. Often have folding ticking over in the background when just doing casual work. A test like this would be fantastic. Just doing folding at Max settings would be really interesting to see number of work units completed during this time, as well as any degredation.

    HG MHG M3 tháng trước
  • This is Why me as a Gamer and specially Enthusiast i find Intel much better when properly tuned! Amd makes this chips on the limit and cheaper and i understand that for the majority of people that is fine, but i would pick up intel and overclock the shit out of it and get better stable performances that way with no problems whatsoever nor degradation...You really get what you pay for and unless you are doing multithread everyday or are on a budget i see no point in amd

    Pav1uptPav1upt3 tháng trước
  • cut of that juicy dermatofibroma, I keeps distracting me from the video! xD

    Rick StrohbachRick Strohbach3 tháng trước
  • I've knocked my 3600 down to 1.350 volt as that's the happy spot for my current chip. Got freaked out by the 1.45+ volt the board was trying to stuff down it throat.

    ToothlessToothless3 tháng trước
  • Bad cable management makes me cringe so bad lol, i think this can be one of your themes xD

    Remco BorstRemco Borst3 tháng trước
  • When I built a ryzen pc for a friend of mine, at first I tried manually overclocking but then also decided to turn on the motherboard's auto boost because it was just a better option.

    HannessomethingHannessomething3 tháng trước
  • so my 3800x doing 4550 to 4575mhz single core isnt half bad against an xt then. nice. amazingly i got these numbers using PB2 not PBO. for some reason with pbo on id hit 4400mhz-4475

    Wade EppersonWade Epperson3 tháng trước
  • yes do it

    Emirhan CanbazEmirhan Canbaz3 tháng trước
  • That wallpapper reminds me how old i am..

    HboskOHboskO3 tháng trước
  • I bought Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 and set Auto overclock in Ryzen Master, my 3800x goes up to 4.35

    DeathCoreGuitarDeathCoreGuitar3 tháng trước
  • Thanks for posting this. I'm running a 3800x with x570e and running 4.3 all core with PBO. I noticed the same thing when trying to overclock and thought I was just messing it up.

    James SherrowJames Sherrow3 tháng trước
  • Was somehow able to get my 3700x to 4.3ghz off 1.21v. Was shocked bc my 2700x couldn't oc past 3.9. First try of manual oc with the 3700x tho, and im glad i didnt leave those voltage to manual bc it does get way too hot like that, meanwhile now I stay under 70c

    Sadao VangoSadao Vango3 tháng trước
  • So, if I have a cooling issue with a 3000 series Ryzen chip, should I lock the volts lower? When it stock auto OCs, does it need the 1.47 volts or does it pull that on its own? Is there a video on this?

    John FedorJohn Fedor3 tháng trước
  • getting lost trying to over clock. and it is not working try set a lower voltage . or what ever the case may be. why not buy a faster CPU? or go to INTEL and buy a i9-9900K or i7-10700K?

  • WINDOWS 95?

  • My 3700x has always ran 4.3Mhz all cores at 1.357v with no problem at 52c, going over 4.375 hz was crazy jumping temps to 74c and 1.473v. Stayed at 4.3Mhz. At stock three cores are at 4.450-4.425, Four cores at 4.375, my worse core 4.350Mhz

    Marquis EdmondsMarquis Edmonds3 tháng trước
  • my 3700x has always ran 43 all core at 1.357v with no problem at 52c, going over 43.75 was crazy jumping temps to 74c and 1.473v. Stayed at 43.

    Marquis EdmondsMarquis Edmonds3 tháng trước
  • Please make a long term degradation video!

    Ea NielsenEa Nielsen3 tháng trước
  • I tried OC ing this and just went back to base.

    L WL W3 tháng trước
  • I don't want my cpu speeds bouncing all over the place just to save 2 bucks a month on power. You'll get more life out of a core if you run a fixed stable manual setting.

    John DoeJohn Doe3 tháng trước
  • Voltage below 1.32v with 3900x should be safe for 24/7 run.

    MacbangMacbang3 tháng trước
  • So, I followed your input and my cpu seems to be either going through degradation already or I’m a turd. I have a 3900x and when running cinebench r20, my all cores don’t reach 4.2 and single core only goes to 4.385. Any ideas why it’s so low ?

    WxP GamingWxP Gaming3 tháng trước
  • Never ever overclock . Period. Meanwhile i am the best overclocker on air. Europa

    Kristian RadinKristian Radin3 tháng trước
  • Make that video

    DevWolfDevWolf3 tháng trước