Question OC Ryzen 5 3600 safe as long as no over voltage?

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Or there is a other factors?

as I keep under 1.3v manual, doesnt matter what Hz I put 4000 or 4400Mhz per core. right?
Temps wise, I dont see it going above 80c in gaming. I got 240mm liquid pump.



 
Or there is a other factors?

as I keep under 1.3v manual, doesnt matter what Hz I put 4000 or 4400Mhz per core. right?
Temps wise, I dont see it going above 80c in gaming. I got 240mm liquid pump.



Yes, you are vey safe with voltages under 1.3v although max temp of 80c is a bit too high for an 240 AIO and that voltage.
See if pump runs at full speed.
 
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I think it barely gets there to 80c, mostly below.

BTW - Call of Duty Cold War, and 3dmark FireStrike I cant get CPU to give 100% why is that?

Coupled with 3070 RTX and 16GB RAM 3200.

Is it because cold war installed on HDD and not SSD?
 
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Mmmm COD Cold War, GPU I see 70-85% and CPU around 50-70%

In 3dMark FireStrike CPU approx 30-40% GPU 90-98% running between those numbers.

Why COD GPU is so low usage :( ?

Could be due to GLOBAL C-STATE in bios?
 
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Mmmm COD Cold War, GPU I see 70-85% and CPU around 50-70%

In 3dMark FireStrike CPU approx 30-40% GPU 90-98% running between those numbers.

Why COD GPU is so low usage :( ?

Could be due to GLOBAL C-STATE in bios?
When everything is right, any program or game use as much resources they need. In general, at 1080p or less it's CPU that bears the brunt and above it's GPU. Higher resolutions, frequency and game details bring more load to GPU.
 

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