Question Will I benefit from overclocking?

Oct 22, 2019
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Hi,

I've recently put together a new system unit with Ryzen 3400G and 2X8GB of RAM on a B450 MoBo but i seldomly do gaming.

Using this system, im tyring to do a recovery partition off of a 2TB portable HDD with more than 1TB of data.
Will overclocking speed up the recovery process faster than stock?

Thank you.
 
Oct 22, 2019
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Basicly not much, it has more to do with the speeds of the drives, type of connection (Sata, NvmE) and type of data.
Any recommendations on how to make the process faster? Right now it only makes 5% progress in 24 hours. At this rate, it is going to take 20 days to complete.
 

USAFRet

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Hi,

I've recently put together a new system unit with Ryzen 3400G and 2X8GB of RAM on a B450 MoBo but i seldomly do gaming.

Using this system, im tyring to do a recovery partition off of a 2TB portable HDD with more than 1TB of data.
Will overclocking speed up the recovery process faster than stock?

Thank you.
Where did this recovery partition come from?
 

zero_l0gic

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Im using MiniTool Partition recovery.
That will take time, sorry i totaly missunderstud i thought you have a recovery partition and want to recover things from it :( not that you are recovering a broken partition. Most recovery tools take time cause they need to scan every byte of data and find its other parts to make the file back, again most strain of this is going on the harddrive and the speed of drive will dictate the speed of the process, again making CPU overclock not very beneficial. I used Recuva Pro payed it workes great and somewhat fast https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva there is a free verzion you can try with that.
 

FullTank

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probably no, i doubt that raised cpu or memory speed will do noticeable difference or even any at all, unfortunately :( , may rng bless you with low corruption rates
 
Oct 22, 2019
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That will take time, sorry i totaly missunderstud i thought you have a recovery partition and want to recover things from it :( not that you are recovering a broken partition. Most recovery tools take time cause they need to scan every byte of data and find its other parts to make the file back, again most strain of this is going on the harddrive and the speed of drive will dictate the speed of the process, again making CPU overclock not very beneficial. I used Recuva Pro payed it workes great and somewhat fast https://www.ccleaner.com/recuva there is a free verzion you can try with that.
Thank you.
 

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