Ryzen 7 1700 @3.75ghz 1.32v Cinebench R15 1627cb is that unusually good?

I just overclocked my Ryzen 7 1700 and I got an extremely good score of 1627 (I think). My cpu idle with that overclock is from 37 degrees to 43 degrees but my temperature reached a max of 78 degrees. Is my voltage too high and was that dangerous for my cpu to run that hot on a single test and do so well?
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  1. That's about as high as I would go. Run something like Prime95 for about a half hour to an hour and see what the temperatures peak at. I'd try to keep it below 80c if you can.
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  2. Looks a little above average to me. A stock clocked 1700, which has clock speed varying from 3.5-3.7 GHz, scores in the 1400 range, while one clocked at 4.0 GHz hits the 1700 range(the score is in the 1700s, that is). Yours seems closer to the 4.0 GHz range even though the clock speed is closer to the 3.5-3.7 GHz range, so yes, that is a little unusual. A maximum of 78 degrees is a little too hot, nothing dangerous of course, just not preferable.

    1.32 V is fine, the safe limit for Ryzen is 1.35-1.4 V. But the temperatures are a little high. What cooler are you using?
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  3. Just stock wrath spire cooler
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  4. Still, that max of 78 does not look very good. As mentioned, run the Prime95 stress test and see if everything's stable. Run it for at least an hour, preferably much more than that(3-6 hours would be great). If it's stable and temps aren't over 80, I'd call it a day and use it at your current settings.
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  5. The temp only reached 78 for three seconds and then went all the way back down to the lower 60s right after the test was finished and then returned to idle temp in the lower 40s
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  6. Either way, run that Prime95 stress test just to be sure. You don't want your CPU running at unstable settings, and Prime95 is the best way to avoid that.
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  7. Okay I will try Prime 95. I have oc to 3.75ghz before at a lower voltage 1.24v and was playing bf1 fine in the upper 50s to mid 60s, I was just shocked to see how well the cpu did and why the cpu was so hot as 1.24v was not enough and my computer shut down hwenI tried before upping the voltage. To be fair though all 8 cores were at 100% loads which I will never come close in any normal use and my core usages for the first four or five cores are in the 40 to 50 percentile range when playing other high tier games like bf1.
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