[SOLVED] Help pushing Ryzen 5 2600 t

Feb 12, 2020
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Hello,

My Ryzen 5 2600(non x) is perfectly OCed to 4.1 Ghz @ 1.325 VCore with Auto LLC

SoC Voltage is Auto. and everything else set to Auto.

Stable on Prime95 Blend test for more than 4 hours ( I didn’t test furthermore) 4 hours was great indicator for me that its stable enough.CPU temp didn’t exceed 75c

I am trying to push it to 4.2 Ghz
After a whole day of testing I reached the following max stable.

4.2 @ 1.4375 VCore with LLC Mode 4. anything else set to Auto.

but it crashed after 4:35 minutes on Prime95 when the CPU temp reaches 83c

I tried all LLC modes even Auto mode...

best mode was LLC mode 4

I think it crashes because of high temperature not Vdroop.

any further tuning that I may set in order to get it more stable on Prime95?!

I know that the 100MHz difference is not worth it, but I just want to know if my CPU can handle 4.2Ghz or not.

Build specs:
-Ryzen 2600 (non x) OCed 4.1 at 1.325V (perfectly stable)
-MSI b450 tomahawk MAX
-ASUS rog strix RX 570 OC edition 4 GDDR5
-TT thermaltake Water 3.0 360
-Seasonic 650 watt 80+ gold rated semi modular
- RAM (4 sticks x16gb) DDR4 3200 CL16-18-18-38


Thanks in advance.
 

puw2

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Sep 25, 2017
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Hello,

My Ryzen 5 2600(non x) is perfectly OCed to 4.1 Ghz @ 1.325 VCore with Auto LLC

SoC Voltage is Auto. and everything else set to Auto.

Stable on Prime95 Blend test for more than 4 hours ( I didn’t test furthermore) 4 hours was great indicator for me that its stable enough.CPU temp didn’t exceed 75c

I am trying to push it to 4.2 Ghz
After a whole day of testing I reached the following max stable.

4.2 @ 1.4375 VCore with LLC Mode 4. anything else set to Auto.

but it crashed after 4:35 minutes on Prime95 when the CPU temp reaches 83c

I tried all LLC modes even Auto mode...

best mode was LLC mode 4

I think it crashes because of high temperature not Vdroop.

any further tuning that I may set in order to get it more stable on Prime95?!

I know that the 100MHz difference is not worth it, but I just want to know if my CPU can handle 4.2Ghz or not.

Build specs:
-Ryzen 2600 (non x) OCed 4.1 at 1.325V (perfectly stable)
-MSI b450 tomahawk MAX
-ASUS rog strix RX 570 OC edition 4 GDDR5
-TT thermaltake Water 3.0 360
-Seasonic 650 watt 80+ gold rated semi modular
- RAM (4 sticks x16gb) DDR4 3200 CL16-18-18-38


Thanks in advance.
Some chips cannot exceed 4.1GHz, its a pointless overclock in the chips it works aswell. Minimal performance boost that cost you alot of heat.

If you cant get it working at 1.4V its not worth it trying to make it run, nevermind making it run stable.
 

puw2

Commendable
Sep 25, 2017
215
32
1,640
6
Hello,

My Ryzen 5 2600(non x) is perfectly OCed to 4.1 Ghz @ 1.325 VCore with Auto LLC

SoC Voltage is Auto. and everything else set to Auto.

Stable on Prime95 Blend test for more than 4 hours ( I didn’t test furthermore) 4 hours was great indicator for me that its stable enough.CPU temp didn’t exceed 75c

I am trying to push it to 4.2 Ghz
After a whole day of testing I reached the following max stable.

4.2 @ 1.4375 VCore with LLC Mode 4. anything else set to Auto.

but it crashed after 4:35 minutes on Prime95 when the CPU temp reaches 83c

I tried all LLC modes even Auto mode...

best mode was LLC mode 4

I think it crashes because of high temperature not Vdroop.

any further tuning that I may set in order to get it more stable on Prime95?!

I know that the 100MHz difference is not worth it, but I just want to know if my CPU can handle 4.2Ghz or not.

Build specs:
-Ryzen 2600 (non x) OCed 4.1 at 1.325V (perfectly stable)
-MSI b450 tomahawk MAX
-ASUS rog strix RX 570 OC edition 4 GDDR5
-TT thermaltake Water 3.0 360
-Seasonic 650 watt 80+ gold rated semi modular
- RAM (4 sticks x16gb) DDR4 3200 CL16-18-18-38


Thanks in advance.
Some chips cannot exceed 4.1GHz, its a pointless overclock in the chips it works aswell. Minimal performance boost that cost you alot of heat.

If you cant get it working at 1.4V its not worth it trying to make it run, nevermind making it run stable.
 
Feb 12, 2020
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Some chips cannot exceed 4.1GHz, its a pointless overclock in the chips it works aswell. Minimal performance boost that cost you alot of heat.

If you cant get it working at 1.4V its not worth it trying to make it run, nevermind making it run stable.
Thank you
 

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