Ryzen 1700 OCed to 3.8Ghz

I just overclocked my Ryzen 1700 to 3.8Ghz

My vcore stays at 1.35-1.36 while idle until I run an OCCT CPU stress test then it reachs 1.4Vcore.
My temps stay between 65-70º while doing the stress test, while idle the temps are around 30-35.

My pc parts are:
Ryzen 1700 OC 3.8Ghz
Asus Prime B350 Plus
Corsair Vengeance 2x8gb DDR4 3200mhz
Corsair H115i Pro
Corsair CS750M
GTX 1080 ti

I'm just wondering if that's normal and stable enough to keep that overclock or should I go down?

Thanks in advance!
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  1. I would say voltage is a bit excessive for 3.8ghz, however it is running pretty cool regardless so that shouldn't really hurt anything. What do you have vcore voltage set to?

    I would personally try out lower voltages and see if it's still stable.
    Reply to Dunlop0078
  2. I have set vcore voltage offset to 0.16125, while the standard vcore voltage is set to 1.18750v by CPU.
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  3. dreamiingfilms said:
    I have set vcore voltage offset to 0.16125, while the standard vcore voltage is set to 1.18750v by CPU.


    What is LLC (Load line calibration) set to?
    Reply to Dunlop0078
  4. Dunlop0078 said:
    dreamiingfilms said:
    I have set vcore voltage offset to 0.16125, while the standard vcore voltage is set to 1.18750v by CPU.


    What is LLC (Load line calibration) set to?


    I don't even know what's that, I didn't tweaked that value tbh.
    Reply to dreamiingfilms
  5. Having a b350 board he may not have that option. I've got an ASRock b350 board and have my r5 1600 at 3.7ghz. I don't believe my board has a song for LLC if memory serves....
    Reply to ohiou_grad_2006
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