AMD's New Ryzen 7 5800X3D Processor Overclocked to 5.15GHz

AMD’s New Ryzen 7 5800X3D Processor Overclocked to 5.15GHz

MSI’s Overclocker TSAIK Powers AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X3D Up to 5.15GHz overclockable† TSAIK uses the BCLK method for overclocking for this purpose, in which the clock speed of the motherboard itself is increased, which leads to an increase in the clock speed of the CPU.

Currently, it is common for Ryzen CPUs to overclock by underestimating. A lower voltage at the base clock speed will eventually result in higher boost clock speeds due to the finer precision that Ryzen regulates. With Ryzen’s Curve Optimizer, the voltage of each CPU core can be adjusted.

The 5800X3D will be the first Ryzen to be locked, which means, among other things, that voltage adjustments are no longer possible. According to tech news site Overclock3D, AMD is Work on the overclocking function For the new processor, based on the Curve Optimizer, but there is no additional information on this yet.

BCLK overclocking is unfortunately not without risks. Motherboard clock speed also affects memory, PCI cards, and SATA/M2 SSDs. Higher clock speeds can lead to instability and crashes.

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