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Joined Oct 29, Messages 30, Hey all, Last year I posted here about the temps on my stepsons build seeming oddly high. I never quite got to the bottom of it, but the system worked, and since his application is light, and doesn't benefit much if at all from overclocking, I let it slide.

Fast forward almost a year later, and after a drive failure in his rig, I'm setting everything back up again. I decided to do some stability testing just to make sure, and I notice something odd. Joined Mar 31, Messages I watch Ryzen master and the voltage is unlocked range the cpu runs at with turbo clocks come need of more voltage.

If it shows 1. Last edited: Oct 21, Joined Oct 7, Messages 22, I see you did last year but there have been several updates since then. Joined Sep 13, Messages 22, Joined Aug 28, Messages Zarathustra[H] said:. I don't know what you are talking about here.Modern processors automatically adjust their own clock speeds based on temperature and workload, so one might wonder why overclocking is necessary.

The answer comes down to the silicon lottery. Even amongst CPUs of the same model, made at the same time at the same factory, there are subtle differences in how much additional voltage and frequency the chips can leverage. AMD configures all of its Ryzen CPUs of a given model number for the same boost clock speed, but the piece of silicon in your PC might be capable of offering more, if you just tweak its settings. And, if you break your CPU by overclocking, it will not be covered by warranty.

Like all processors, Ryzen CPUs are designed to throttle performance when they reach a certain temperature so, if you want them to run fast, you have to keep them cool.

Overclocking stresses the electrical performance of the processor, memory, and motherboard, and produces excessive amounts of heat in the process. As such, make sure to pick a processor that will provide enough overclocked performance, a motherboard that has the capability to overclock as desired, and a thermal solution that can handle the increased thermal load better than the stock cooler.

Quality manufacturers provide a steady supply of current to the board and devices, which is critical. The former is more of a manual process that provides potentially more reward while the latter is more fool-proof. In some cases, these types of overclocks lead to higher overall all-core performance over more extended periods, but come at the cost of bypassing power-saving features inherent to Ryzen processors.

Precision Boost Overdrive PBOin contrast, automatically increases the voltage, power, and temperature limits defined by the chip and motherboard firmware. So instead of limiting a processor to amps of current draw, for example, our motherboard now enables the regulators to provide amps of current while maintaining other operating conditions. This method is a very simple and easy way for users to unlock untapped potential in their components while still leveraging many of the power efficiency technologies provided by the AGESA BIOS and OS software stacks.

The downside is that PBO is just that: Potential. If, at any time, the system violates any of the three specifications, the firmware dials back the settings, which in some cases brings the system back to stock performance! Of course, users and manufacturers can modify these settings to extreme levels, and without proper knowledge and implementation, this can significantly impact the overall result.

Ryzen 5 1600x Stock Voltages seem Very High?

An overclock is only as good as its stability, and for that, we need to talk about testing. There are three basic genres of overclocks: competitive, performance, and daily-driver. For competitive overclocks, processors are tuned to specific settings to reach maximum performance for an individual workload. If you browse around hwbot. In these instances, tuners typically only test stability for the benchmark at hand and often use advanced motherboard features and save motherboard presets for when they begin running their benchmarks.

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Performance overclocks, on the other hand, cover a range of applications but might not be safe for all workloads. Most times, a gamut of benchmarks are run at a single overclock setting to validate stability, such as an x Handbrake encode followed by a 30 minute Blender render.

These use cases verify that less-than-mission-critical work completes faster than normal while not risking too much in terms of stability. Here, tests like Prime95, Realbench, AIDA64, and Memtest variants stress the system to the max and provide high confidence that standard applications do not exceed the tested limits. Regardless of the type of overclock, understanding workload performance is important.

AVX based workloads are going to hammer a Ryzen processor both thermally and electrically, which will tend to result in very conservative overclocks. If the end goal is to run these applications under extreme overclock, make sure to invest in a solid cooling solution. The reason we emphasize "good" is that sometimes manufacturers release software that isn't stable or locks features out.

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Burak Canik Member. Oct 26, 31 0 6. Also one or two days ago I was playing Dying Light and it crashed too. Not a BSOD, just the game crashed. Don't know if it's relevant. It hasn't crashed again though.

Then I proceeded to a blend test on Prime95, I saw a max temp of 75C. I then got "Prime 95 has stopped working" error. Anxiety meter is through the frickin roof right now! CPU is not overclocked, it's running at stock speeds and Prime95 stops working. Also, in the past months, none of my OC attempts were successful with this particular CPU, I can't even get it to work with 3. So what do I do? Can it be a one time thing? I read somewhere that even a faulty flash driver might cause a BSOD.

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Ryzen 5 1600 default cpu core voltage ? (Temperatures issue)

JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Ryzen OC, fixed voltage? Thread starter FerK Start date Feb 17, Joined Sep 21, Messages 74 0. I had no idea of what I was doing so I tried to test things with Ryzen Master first. Turns out 4. So I don't know if it's a good voltage but at least it seems I'm safe for now. Then I went to the bios to set the oc parameters there, but did not find any vcore settings.

Screenshot there's the 'Vcore' value that fluctuates between 1. But that number doesn't change at idle, it's always the same and I don't know if this is safe for everyday usage.

It's obviously not realistic but I'm confused. I ran an userbenchmark test and it seems everything is working how it should, it's stable and even I managed to understand how to use Ryzen Ram Calculator and set my memory timings following the fast preset instead of the standard CLwhatever that followed it.

Everything is stable yet I still don't understand how overclocking works in Ryzen, but my main concern is the voltage staying at about 1. Is there something wrong in my overclocking?

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Joined Nov 6, Messages 0. FerK said:. JackCarver said:. There should be a menu called Advanced Voltage Settings where you can adjust VCore according to your boards manual.Overclocking and tweaking then. Also get yourself a good power supply and proper processor cooling.

Overclocking with a more core processor doesn't matter if that is Intel or AMD is far more difficult than you expect it to be. After publication of initial Ryzen reviews we received the request to see how they overclock on a heat-pipe cooler opposed to a liquid cooling solution. So for this Ryzen 5 reference review round we'll use nothing more than the Wraith LED cooler as shown above which is not the best for tweaking tbh.

Overclocking multi-core on a high clock frequency is a relatively okay to do job, but can be managed relatively easily from the BIOS. You can also use AMD's software tool of course.

The Ryzen 5 quad and six-core processors reach roughly the same values as the 8-core Ryzen 7 series. This makes sense as the reality is that the processors are the same, the Summit Ridge 8-core part with two CCXes.

The generic overclock procedure for multiplier based overclocking is as follows:. Tweaking is way more limited in terms of voltage control. And remember we are using the stock cooler. Ryzen likes fast memory, so with this dual-channel setup we really can recommend higher frequency memory like the and MHz kits used. We have seen numerous cases where boards can refuse to run properly following a component change, clear CMOS or memory training fail i.

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Give it a try. Now then, have a peek at the screenshots below:. Here is an example of the Ryzen 5 X at MHz all cores. We have been able to sustain a stable 3. Memory wise we had MHz stable. Our load temps hover in the 70 Degrees C marker on the stock air-cooler. We inserted OC benchmark results in the previous pages for you to look at. With liquid cooling or a high-quality air-cooler, 4 Ghz would have been stable as well.

Adding some extra voltage on the CPU for the OC also has an adverse effect on the overall energy consumption. That is, say, 40 to 50 Watts extra when overclocked and with the processors stressed.

Overclocked in idle your system will use roughly 10 to 15 Watts more on average. CPU-Z download v1.Forums New posts Search forums. New posts What's new Latest activity New profile posts. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. Log in Register. Search titles only. Search Advanced search…. New posts. Search forums. Log in.

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Hello guys! I recently got a Ryzen 5 and i've been trying some OC with it. Can u help me? In the attach i'm showing 4 tests i've made. The first one with the stock settings after 15 min of prime95 stress test. The 2th with a pre-made OC from the Gigabyte motherboard at 3. And the last one is a 3. I don't know if i should take care of other sensors CPU core power maybe? So i would like your experts opinion Beyond that i tried 3. What should i do? I'm using easytune from Gigabyte for this first tries.

Thank you. OC ryzen Joined Oct 2, Messages 2, 1. Up to 1,35v should be good for a long life CPU overclock. I would avoid using the auto overclock of the motherboard. GoldenX said:. RAM overclocking past MHz. Joined Apr 30, Messages 1, 0.

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Hey HD64G! Man, i was worried when i saw the tittle of that vid. I just thought i did something really bad haha. So, let me try to understand. I did some tests now and could get the Ryzen 5 pretty stable at 3. But, as i can assume from the video, i shouldnt trust that info and just avoid getting closer to that?

If so, that 3.After some months I decided to upgrade my to a X to see if there is a difference in performance, on paper at least the X series should offer higher clock speeds. If you read my previous article regarding the Ryzen 5you will see I have made substantial upgrades to my P. As it stands, the only matter is that the ti seems slightly bottlenecked by the lower per-core speed over an Intel CPU.

You can find the related guides here: Ryzen 5 OC'ing the As always insert your desired hardware and ensure it boots and windows version of your taste is installed. For this guide, I used an A. Air cooling might make it harder to achieve a higher overclock.

ryzen 5 1600 stock voltage

The principle remains the same as well as using a different vendor. However, they might use different wording then A. Also, make sure to run a baseline benchmark to check stability at stock settings and scores so you can measure any gains. You also want to download the following programs for stress testing your overclock. These are a vital tool for stress testing and monitoring if you already have tools you can use those but these programs I highly recommend and were used while writing this overclocking guide.

Note the screenshot below has my D. Now to get down to getting the best out of your chip without burning the house down. As always you are bound by the "silicon lottery", and on this draw, I have the short straw because I am not getting better clock speeds. Good chips can run 4. A better V. These settings are the best for my chip, especially the Line Calibration settings vary from chip to chip if you are close to stable make changes here.

Settings of importance here are Core Performance Boost.

Ryzen 5 1600 Overclock Settings

This will set your clock speed to the number entered in the BIOS without a boost. If you leave this one, it will result in instability due to the chip trying to boost higher frequency, when running at the highest frequency this will result in crashes. As with the Ryzen 5, the none X the same volt limits apply, going beyond those will result in your CPU degrading to the point it will not maintain the overclock.

Also to note is that the X version has a higher set temperature not to be alarmed by higher numbers, this is why better cooling is essential. When stress testing the overlock, you want to use a tool like HWiNFO64 to monitor temperatures, clock speeds, and voltages.

The first is a straight-up number the latter is an offset number. This should work on any system. If this does not post, you have a terrible CPU that will be a nightmare to overclock, and getting higher frequencies will need exponential more volts. Repeat the process add 0. Now you can add more volts in the Offset mode, an Offset of 0. But do not go straight to an Offset of 0. With a bit of luck, you should be stable at Fewer volts is less heat and a higher overall overclock see if you can make it to a CPU Core Ratio of Here is my V.

Depending on your motherboard and CPU due to the silicone lottery, your mileage may vary but this should give you a good indication where your CPU is compared to this X sample.

Now when you have achieved a stable overclock, it is time for a proper burn-in test to validate your overclock and ensure it is completely stable. Use Prime95 and run that for at least 30 minutes to an hour, if your overclock holds it will be completely stable under stress as well as average load.

If your crash on Prime95 that means you're overclock is unstable, and you have to lower the CPU Core Ratio or increase the Offset voltage. Make sure you keep an eye on your temperatures, HWiNFO64 is a useful software-based monitoring tool although actual sensors will be more accurate.

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