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Ryzen 1700 oc, what is the sweet spot?

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I built a new PC with Ryzen 1700 and shortly after started looking into overclocking. I went up in baby steps from 3.00,3.20,3.40 ect. up to 3.80 and then the PC cut out (because the voltage was too low) just wondering what 1700 users think is the best speed to be running at. I'm not looking to squeeze every ounce of performance out and have it at any risky settings. Looking for the most stable speed where 100% of users will have no issues.

I stress tested it at 3.60 and default voltage settings and there were no issues, should I keep it there or raise the voltage slightly and sit it at 3.80? From what I've read 3.80+ is a struggle.

RAM= Corsair Vengeance 32gb 2666
Motherboard= Aorus GA-AX370-K7
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    Looking for the most stable speed where 100% of users will have no issues.


    That would be the stock 3.0 GHz. Overclocking is never a guarantee and there may be a very small percentage of people who cannot OC to even 3.05GHz (takes away from your requested 100%).

    If you're stable at 3.6GHz, I'd leave it there and call it a day.

    -Wolf sends
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