Silicon Lottery!? I think soo... lol Ryzen 7 2700x

im pretty sure ive gotten the lottery ...lol

Specs : Ryzen 7 2700x OC'd 4.0ghz ( for CPU longevity ) @ 1.23v stable.

Watercooled : Thermaltake floe riing rgb 360 tt premium edition : total of 9 fans w/ a push-pull
config ( Radiator front mounted )

Chassis : Corsair 570X RGB

PSU : Corsair RM750X

Mobo : Asus Prime X470 Pro

Ram : 2x8 Trident Z RGB 3200 OC'd @ 3200

now, what my thoughts on this setup , far as my extensive tests ..Its extremly cool ..23c on idle
and 55c underload ( stress- tests ) .


Now, i have core performance boost disabled , since i feel theres really no reason to have it enabled. LLC is on auto , minimum volts ive seen underload is 1.21v. , doesnt even reach 1.23v, that ive noticed watsoever..Ram volts are @ 1.35v as listed on the ram modules..ive played many of my games for hours and hours ..I also do audio production as a hobbie and this CPU performs amazing with it ..


Give me sum opinons on what you would think of this setup and if i have acheived the lottery?


Thank you in advance ..Constructive Critism is fine lol
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  1. The chip is supposed to boost to 4.3. From what I have seen 4.2 should be achievable on most 2700x.
  2. bmockeg said:
    The chip is supposed to boost to 4.3. From what I have seen 4.2 should be achievable on most 2700x.


    yea I know, ive achieved 4.25 @ 1.4v LLC5..but im trying to do better..right now , im at 4.2 @ 1.331v LLC5 , I tried goin auto LLC , I saw a 0.005v vdroop and it went unstable.So, I had to go back to LLC5. still rtying to push the chip as far as I can w/ lower volts as much as possible . im pretty close though
  3. Thats a fine voltage. You just don't want to push it to 1.4 for sustained timeframes unless you don't mind the higher stress on the CPU. If You plan to get something new I'm a couple years it really wont matter. If You wanna keep it for 5 years or so try to keep the voltage closer to stock.
  4. Thats a fine voltage. You just don't want to push it to 1.4 for sustained timeframes unless you don't mind the higher stress on the CPU. If You plan to get something new I'm a couple years it really wont matter. If You wanna keep it for 5 years or so try to keep the voltage closer to stock.[/quote

    Oh NOO WAY!!! Stock was 1.425v.. Way too high for this processor ...That's my opinion ..
  5. Ive actually seen it on stock everything go over 1.5v, really over 1.5v.. Y AMD would set it to that voltage idk ..kinda risking the CPU's life ..
  6. A lottery Ryzen 2700X would be able to hit 4.35-4.40 GHz under 1.45V 24/7.
    Average chip, but can be pushed further. Ryzen 2700Xs probably all clock higher than the best of 1800Xs.
  7. Which BIOS ? 4011 is atrocious, it's a tossup between 4008 and 4018.
  8. CountMike said:
    Which BIOS ? 4011 is atrocious, it's a tossup between 4008 and 4018.


    4018 is my current bios..i tried doin 4.25ghz w/ less than 1.4v w/ LLC5 and it was unstable..with this mobo , I don't think its possible to go any higher than 4.25 @ 1.4v on LLC5 ..Now prolly w/ the asus hero , I think it would be ..I have more tridentZ coming to me today which will be 32gb total and next is the Asus hero for me ..
  9. poopstains82 said:
    CountMike said:
    Which BIOS ? 4011 is atrocious, it's a tossup between 4008 and 4018.


    4018 is my current bios..i tried doin 4.25ghz w/ less than 1.4v w/ LLC5 and it was unstable..with this mobo , I don't think its possible to go any higher than 4.25 @ 1.4v on LLC5 ..Now prolly w/ the asus hero , I think it would be ..I have more tridentZ coming to me today which will be 32gb total and next is the Asus hero for me ..

    That's about same result I'm getting. I can do 4.3 at 1.425v but only stable enough for a benchmark. Right now I saved 2 setups. Standard CPU with PB2, RAM 3600MHz and another one saved as "Damn the torpedoes" with CPU at 4.25GHz @1.4v, LLc5. that's very stable.
  10. CountMike said:
    poopstains82 said:
    CountMike said:
    Which BIOS ? 4011 is atrocious, it's a tossup between 4008 and 4018.


    4018 is my current bios..i tried doin 4.25ghz w/ less than 1.4v w/ LLC5 and it was unstable..with this mobo , I don't think its possible to go any higher than 4.25 @ 1.4v on LLC5 ..Now prolly w/ the asus hero , I think it would be ..I have more tridentZ coming to me today which will be 32gb total and next is the Asus hero for me ..

    That's about same result I'm getting. I can do 4.3 at 1.425v but only stable enough for a benchmark. Right now I saved 2 setups. Standard CPU with PB2, RAM 3600MHz and another one saved as "Damn the torpedoes" with CPU at 4.25GHz @1.4v, LLc5. that's very stable.


    Yea, i can do 4.25 @ 1.4v myself . same exact settings basically ..but i don't really like voltage though ..so ive just been running it on 4.0 @ 1.2331v w/ LLC5 ..PB disabled ..lowest on idle ive seen is 22c ..underload 54c..i know i have plenty more headroom for overclock , u know at 4.25ghz but that voltage just worries me ..it would most def be stable at 4.25 for sure , ive tested it myself . lol im scared of that voltage . y idk lol
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