My 2017 Rig:
tested for 2hrs...
Ryzen7 1700 - (set to 3.7ghz, 1.2V) - idle=42'c , load test= in progress
Wraith Spire - (set upto 89% - 71'C - load test= in progress
77% - 60'C - load test= in progress
70% - 41'C - avg =2200rpm in smart mode) now running in idle ...
Msi B350 Tomahawk - idle=43'c , load test= in progress
Gskill TridentZ 3200mhz 16gb(8*2) - (set to 2933mhz, 1.35V)
Msi RX 480 Armor 8GB OC - (Normal mode - idle= min 51'C, max 55'C) I don't know this temp in idle is good or bad.....
DEEPCOOL MID TOWER CABINET (ATX) - DUKASE V2
Case Fan - 1 (running at 100% = 1200rpm)
Antec f19 fan - 2 (each running at 100% = 1200 rpm)
WD Black 1tb 7200rpm
Samsung SSD EVO 850 240gb
Arctic MX-4 Thermal Compound
LG 22MP68 22" Full HD IPS SLIM LED MONITOR (1920x1080)
win10 Pro 64bit
My question is, setting 1.2V for 3.7ghz is good or bad and I will upload the load test result....
I have the same MOBO and using the stock cooler and have the same overclock 3.7ghz on 1.2v which I say is pretty good. My fan curves are different though. I have it at 65c/100%, 55c/75%, 45c/50%, 35c/25%. I do my testing on all my overclocks on ASUS RealBench which is IMO the best for testing an overclock. I have hit stable overclocks by just using the stress test on RealBench 15mins using 4gb of RAM. My max temp during testing was around 72c. But yea I think that is a very good overclock.
Here is my validation for the R7 1700 http://valid.x86.fr/y4wf9j
Here was my previous oc with my 5820K on a Hyper 212 Evo http://valid.x86.fr/3ch83w
again I just used RealBench to stress test it and it was a rock solid OC