I will use g.skill ripjaws v 16 GB (8×2) 3000 mhz ram.I'd ask you to look at a 240mm radiator if you haven't invested in the cooler yet. On another note, that unit(VS) is abysmal, you should look at a better unit if you plan to overclock on that platform. Make sure you're on the latest BIOS for the motherboard before you overclock. What are the rams you're using on the board?
So would you rather suggest i5 9400f? because I don't want to spent a lots of money for high end Mobo and psu just to overclock ryzen 5 1600 and ryzen 5 2600 is selling in higher price than ordinary.Can you OC? Yep. Sure can. Motherboard chipset supports OC, cpu supports OC. The H45 cooler is slightly better than a hyper212 evo, which is slightly better than the stock cooler, so that'll support OC too.
There's just several things that are potentially not in your favor
It's a 1st gen Ryzen. They had issues hitting 4GHz on all cores, some did, some didn't.
It's a low end motherboard, as budget as it gets so whether it'll handle the OC at the voltages required is anyone's guess.
Whether you'll get stability on your ram is seriously up for grabs. 1st gen Ryzen were very particular, many couldn't get the full 3200MHz, they'd get chopped short at 2666MHz or 2933MHz.
Lowest level psu, apart from its questionable reliability, it has the lowest level of quality control on its DC outputs. Instead of a stable straight line, the outputs look more like the AC voltage it's supposed to change from. Those highs and lows create stability issues with higher OC.
You are trying to make a race car out of grandma's Toyota Corolla. You can try, but don't be surprised if you don't get the results you aim for.
It's not the size it's the quality. A good 550w PSU would be more than enough, while a poor quality 650w PSU could end up frying part or all of the rig. Everybody(whom knows what they are taking about) calls the VS poor quality because it is(or at least was). It's not burn your house down bad but they have a high failure rate due to the lower quality parts used in their construction. Now there is a new generation of the VS units(grey units) and a platform upgrade, like the CX series before it, has made them a better option, but the old models(orange and green) are still poor quality(one of the worst Corsair has every offered) and best avoided.Oh boy why 550w just get 650w and done. I been using vs series in past and still using but 650w. IDK why people saying the quality is bad but the power supply is pretty good for mid range budget. It saved my build once a thunder strike hit the power pole next to my house and burned down every electronic part in the house (except the pc psu only died i replaced it with the warranty i had and the pc still worked
Just because you have been successfully gambling with a low quality PSU doesn't mean you should suggest others do the same.I been running vs650 series from corsair for 5 years now in my old build i only replaced it once when it got fried by the thunder strike. Since then its been running great. I never had any problems . Im running it in my current system too no problems for 2 years now. You still get 5 years warranty. The psu is pretty good for the price. I cant complain i never had any issues with it. Its just a budget midrange psu.
That doesn't make it a good unit. The PSU is a critical part and a bad place to skimp.Dude depends on the price were are you buying. In some countries they range around 80e with shipping+ Like in Bosnia. Im just saying for the price its good. The Corsair HX series is double the price 170e for 750w. The 650vs series is just the best psu you can afford for the money here.
This is a bone of contention for me, too....less efficient leading to higher power bills...