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Post your CPU overclocks!


#1

Lets keep this simple. Post your cpu model, clock speed, voltage, and what you used to stress your cpu.


My threadripper 1950x overclock
#2

Ryzen 1800x 3.9ghz, 1.325v, AIDA64 stability test for 24hours.


#3

Athlon 760K completely stock… The bastard doesn’t want to move even 100MHz…
Hopefully the 1600 I am getting next week will go to 3,8 no problem. But people seems to say 760K go to 4,5 no problem, and here I am, unable to movbve from stock clocks :disappointed_relieved:


#4

Intel i5-4690K 3.5 stock, up to 4.5 GHz @1.27 V.

I have a custom stress test OCCT, + MSI Kombustor + Firefox with 10 tabs and videos + Photoshop with 10 big files open + 3D engineering CAD rendering a 3D model and Just Cause 3, all at the same time.


#5

5960X with an NH-D15… underclocked to 2.9 for some reasons I’ll not go into. Compatibility stuff. Don’t worry about it.

I can, however, crank it to 4.3 on all cores with stability. Don’t remember voltage but IIRC it was around 1.32v at that speed.

I use prime95, usually.


#6

ThreadRipper 1900X @ 4.075GHz with 1.26875V on Vcore and 1.1375V on SOC, Prime 95 27.9.1.0 and everyday work.
LLC at medium.
Noctua NH-U14S as CPU Cooler.
Max Temps: 82°C


#7

I have a 740k for (my dads old comp) it doesn’t overclock at all.


#8

4790k @ 4.7GHz using a Corsair H110.
Stock voltage. Multiplier only overclock.
Tested with memtest86+
Aida 64
Intel testing tool (forget exact name)
and real world testing

It was almost stable at 4.8, but I decided 4.7 is enough.
I might go lidless and try for 5GHz someday.


#9

Xeon E5-1660 at 4.6Ghz using a Cryorig A80 (It has an active VRM fan on the pump!)

Memory is at DDR3-1866 using the G.Skill Ripjaw X’s XMP profile of 10-11-10-30-2T.

This is on a Gigabyte X79S-UP5-WIFI.

I use Non AVX Prime first, then AVX Prime, then the game Subnautica to test medium loads.


#10

Athlon x4 860k.
Stock 3.7
OC 4.2
Cooling with 212 evo
Using easytune 6


#11

Ryzen 1700X @ 3.95Ghz on custom loop (was on Corsair H100iV2 before that) running 1.375v with LLC at 4 (second highest) to combat droop.

Tested stability with AIDA64 for… a few hours? I don’t have the patience to test for 24 hours with a single tool, also tried the ASUS RealBench, CPU-Z, Prime95 once or twice, etc. My best test is loading up SolidWorks with HSMWorks or Fusion 360 and picking a CAD model with 20+ cnc toolpaths and recalculate them all. If the CPU is unstable, it WILL crash (and has, but not at current settings).


#12

ThreadRipper 1950X @ 4.100GHz with 1.3275V on Vcore , Prime 95 .
LLC at 1 (high).
Phanteks waterblock c399a in a custom loop
Max Temps: 61°C


#13

Intel 2600k @ 4.7Ghz and 1.4V. LinX for stress test

I had it at 4.8Ghz stable for awhile, but the voltage was a little higher than i was comfortable with if I was going to use the CPU for a long time.


#14

Intel 5820k @4.09Ghz with stock voltage and Prime 95 for 30 minutes
Intel 4690k @4.17Ghz with stock voltage


#15

My 5820k can make it to 4.0ghz on stock voltage, but even when I up my voltage it cant reach anything higher than 4.0ghz. I had the shit lottery on that one. Most people say 5820k can easily reach 4.5ghz, but I couldn’t get to that.


#16

4790k 4.6Ghz @1.25 volt , cooled with h100i
Tested with realbench ,Ycruncher ,gpupi , cinebencht and so on


#17

5930K, currently running stock speed.
It does manage 4.5GHZ with 1.22V on air, runs about 70°C with a Dark Rock Pro 3.

It’ll do 4.6GHz too at 1.3V, but then I’m pushing 90°C and I’m just not comfortable with the temps anymore.

For testing, I did repeated Cinebench runs and [email protected]


#18

1950X Threadripper, I have never pushed to limit as I balance performance gain to real world benefit.

3.9 at 1.243v llc 3
Bykski waterblock custom loop
Max temp 51c

but considering going back to 3.8 at 1.2375


#19

The A10 7860K in an mini-ITX build won’t OC neither, won’t even let me OC the RAM even though the motherboard should support OCing, I mean I overclocked the living hell out of an A4 5300B’s iGPU.


#20

I have a huge 8phase board with all kinds of sh… And the little bastard don’t want to budge.
Fun fact - undervolting it is absolutely fine and keeps it cool and rock solid.
If it doesn’t go up, let’s go down…