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Old 26-06-18, 12:16 PM
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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X with Corsair H60 Overclocking & Undervolting



If you want to extract the maximum from your new Ryzen 7 2700X then adding more volts isn't the answer, as we'll show you here.


AMD Ryzen 7 2700X with Corsair H60 Overclocking & Undervolting

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Old 26-06-18, 08:18 PM
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"nobody wants to put 1.4V 24/7..."

*Looks at his 1700, whispering: "I'm so sorry buddy, bare with me"*

But damn i wanted 3.9 so badly. I guess... well. Maybe. Mhh. You made me think. Maybe I'll tinker with it a bit more and see how far 1.3 will get me xD
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Old 26-06-18, 11:58 PM
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"nobody wants to put 1.4V 24/7..."

*Looks at his 1700, whispering: "I'm so sorry buddy, bare with me"*

But damn i wanted 3.9 so badly. I guess... well. Maybe. Mhh. You made me think. Maybe I'll tinker with it a bit more and see how far 1.3 will get me xD
1.4v is safe for Ryzen. AMD recommends no more than 1.45v for extended periods. So personally 1.4v is the max I would go.

As for the article it's crazy to see how that bump from the optimized 4ghz to the 4.2ghz max clock changes temps and power draw. Definitely not worth 200mhz..
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I've been looking at the x470 Prime for a 2700X build, and the heatsinks don't fill me with confidence. How were VRM temps during testing?
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I've been looking at the x470 Prime for a 2700X build, and the heatsinks don't fill me with confidence. How were VRM temps during testing?
You should be fine honestly. Unless you are maxing out the CPU on a OC you'll be alright.
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