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AMD Ryzen 3000 Overclocking Thread

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Wow! That is a massive improvement!
 

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B eta bioses ABBA with boost fix already available for MSI boards. https://www.reddit.com/r/MSI_Gaming/comments/d1rv4f

Thank you my brotheren, I will try it out with my ACE mobo. I did however find after sitting with Bios Agesa 1.0.0.3AB for the past couple of weeks that their latest official bios V1.4 1.0.0.3 ABB actually resulted in better performance but my max overclock dropped a bit, but performance even better than my previous max OC.
 

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So odd that AMD intentionally simplified DRAM overclocking, yet for the most part people have made it quite difficult. Compared to what you have to do on an INTEL platform, AMD is child's play and I love that actually. Means you can get on with the business of overclocking quickly, even between motherboards. The IMC is also way more tolerant than anything INTEL has on their side, so it's 99% fun, 1% frustration at the worst of times and all 100% fun any other time. :)

Still glad to see everyone clocking the beans out of memory, so it's no longer some dark art and everyone can get involved and benefit from it all.

Here's hoping by some magic we can get the IF limit lifted in future CPUs, even 2000MHZ would help for 24/7 even more. For XOC, I'd even settle for a 1,200MHZ IF. That would still yield some beastly scores. AMD will do it I think, maybe not this year but whatever comes next year will. Even without increasing IPC, if the IF stops being the weakest link (more dividers/ higher limit or both), we will see large performance gains right across.

Going to go HAM on the IMPACT this coming week. Hope to share my findings
 

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So odd that AMD intentionally simplified DRAM overclocking, yet for the most part people have made it quite difficult. Compared to what you have to do on an INTEL platform, AMD is child's play and I love that actually. Means you can get on with the business of overclocking quickly, even between motherboards. The IMC is also way more tolerant than anything INTEL has on their side, so it's 99% fun, 1% frustration at the worst of times and all 100% fun any other time. :)

Still glad to see everyone clocking the beans out of memory, so it's no longer some dark art and everyone can get involved and benefit from it all.

Here's hoping by some magic we can get the IF limit lifted in future CPUs, even 2000MHZ would help for 24/7 even more. For XOC, I'd even settle for a 1,200MHZ IF. That would still yield some beastly scores. AMD will do it I think, maybe not this year but whatever comes next year will. Even without increasing IPC, if the IF stops being the weakest link (more dividers/ higher limit or both), we will see large performance gains right across.

Going to go HAM on the IMPACT this coming week. Hope to share my findings
So @Gouhan, what do you make of the SMT4 for Ryzen 4000 / Zen3 - 4 threads for one core.

To add to your comment regarding the ease with which you can overclock your ram on the Ryzen 3000 setup, I'm really shocked at the ease with which I was able to get DDR4 3800 CL16 from my Gskill FlareX DDR4 3200 CL14, and that with FCLK and Infinity running 1900 so basically 1:1 with memory speed. The reason for my shock is the fact that the only voltages I touched was the Vdimm which I set to 1.45v and I did not even try lower yet but it is 25000% stable when running Karhu Memtest. My AMD Ryzen 9 3900X is pretty stable at 4.225ghz using only 1.225vcore, lower vcore will even work but when I run IBT stablity it seems to fails when ambient is sitting at 30+C.
 

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