- Been running my ryzen 3600 at 3850 mhz at 0.95v to prevent it from overheating in summers. Decided to OC it today. Never knew a 3600 can cross 1400 in geekbench single core.
Where do you live, what cooler do you use, and what is your use case that your 3600 hits 90+ in summer?ID: hiruv53
Just the stock cooler. I lost one cpu bracket so can't install cheap tower style cooler 🙁 Also the temps could easily reach 40+ degrees Celsius during summers. My PC shutted itself down several times while I was gaming. That's when I decided to undervolt it.ID: hisa72n
But 40°C+ is pretty cool.ID: his9vz2
Sorry? what have you lost here ? - you just need the mount plate that's comes with any am4 motherboard to mount a cooler that isn't stock.ID: hisa2s6
The CPU will throttle rather than shut the whole thing down, that indicates to me that some other critical component (motherboard/PSU) is overheating and you need better case cooling.ID: hitb33v
At 40C that doesn't sound like your cpu getting too hot. My guess is instability somewhere else, like in your ram.
I have 20$ SilentiumPC cooler and cpu wont go over 75C in Cinebench.
How did you do that? I mean, I did a negative offset myself on the Motherboard of -0.0500v & with PBO enabled I can get, sometimes, to 4.1GHZ, but, I don't think I would go more down in fear of loosing performance much.
What Kind of case do you use ? How many case-fans do you have?
Damn those scores are shaming my 5800H 😀
linux gives like 150 points higher score than windows by default it seems. and then windows catches up in multi-thread a little bit." class="reddit-press-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cp
My sons 3600 does 4.3 at 1v
It doesn't really. That's clock stretching.
It does really