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  1. #1001
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topfn View Post
    fixed CPU voltage on a ryzen X? why?
    Because my Ryzen5 2600X chip are not a gold one, I lost the silicon lottery and this chip are some weird, the 4200mhz are not stable under 1.4250, I try all other voltage configh of this forum and all i have with are BSD or screen off...

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...e89#post764837

    Yes I try this one too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EEFREETH View Post
    Because my Ryzen5 2600X chip are not a gold one, I lost the silicon lottery and this chip are some weird, the 4200mhz are not stable under 1.4250, I try all other voltage configh of this forum and all i have with are BSD or screen off...

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...e89#post764837

    Yes I try this one too...
    Just stay below 1.38V if you manually overclock your 2nd gen ryzen cpu on all cores and do not want it to degrade over time. 1.425v is not safe for 24/7 even with windows balanced power plan and your voltage going down while idling, under load this is way too high for 2nd gen ryzen. Not telling you what to do ofc it's your own decision. Depending on how long you used that voltage your cpu might already been degraded since you're complaining about "a bad cpu" as you can see in the reddit thread I linked it can happen after 3 months already at 1.425V.

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    So only important thing is to stay under 1.35V (I have R5 1600) to avoid degradation regardless of temperature or fixed voltage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorcav123 View Post
    So only important thing is to stay under 1.35V (I have R5 1600) to avoid degradation regardless of temperature or fixed voltage?
    Please make the effort and read carefully. The safe max voltage for 1st gen ryzen (R5 1600) is 1.425V with adequate cooling, if someone is using the stock cooler 1.425V will probs be to hot. Ryzen tends to lose stability above 70C, up to 80C is still okay while stress testing I'd say.

    1.38V is the recommended safe max for 2nd gen ryzen (2600X,2700X etc.) if you allcore oc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norman_87 View Post
    Just stay below 1.38V if you manually overclock your 2nd gen ryzen cpu on all cores and do not want it to degrade over time. 1.425v is not safe for 24/7 even with windows balanced power plan and your voltage going down while idling, under load this is way too high for 2nd gen ryzen. Not telling you what to do ofc it's your own decision. Depending on how long you used that voltage your cpu might already been degraded since you're complaining about "a bad cpu" as you can see in the reddit thread I linked it can happen after 3 months already at 1.425V.
    I have since August 2018 with this OC and this Chip, so I really don't see any degrading on the chip, the issue is only the voltage I can't use the Offset mode to have this chip stable, or do anything under the 1.425v, that's the stable set of this chip, thats why I said its not a winner of the silicon lottery, because I dream of this chip do all the work with 1,3750v at 4200mhz but... No, this chip demands 1,4250v to be stable, as I said since August 2018 at this day same OC without any truble even with the BIOS 4602, the only thing change with this last Bios was the Ai Tweaker\Digi+VRM values, because this last Bios was something picky with the Line calibration under 120% and 350 of Frequency are unstable the Cinebench crashes but fixed and playing with the numbers I see the chip was stable and doing the same work and the same performance on this Bios...

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    can someone make instruction on how to downgrade bios? here or in pm? i can't use my computer it totaly unstable on latest bios

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeratiel View Post
    can someone make instruction on how to downgrade bios? here or in pm? i can't use my computer it totaly unstable on latest bios
    Try this:

    https://www.overclock.net/forum/11-a...correctly.html

    just ignore the MOD flash part of the guide.

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    ty guyz, gona get back on 4207 today finaly

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    as i understand i need to backup mac sn and other stuf, then modify older bios file and flash it?
    Last edited by Aeratiel; 04-12-2019 at 07:16 PM.

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    Thanks guys, from reading those threads my understanding is that the BIOS automatically adjusts for the best voltage depending on load, to keep the CPU from degrading. The key is voltage efficiency.

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