der8auer achieves a world record 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's Ryzen 1800X

der8auer achieves a world record 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's Ryzen 1800X

der8auer achieves a world record 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's Ryzen 1800X

der8auer achieves a world record 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's Ryzen 1800X

 
The overclocker der8auer has achieved a 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's new Ryzen 7 1800X using ASUS' CrossHair VI Hero motherboard using LN2 (Liquid Nitrogen) cooling. 
 
This overclock was achieved with a multiplier of 130.4 and a multiplier of 44.5, confirming that AMD's Ryzen CPUs do support bus speed overclocking, which is a feature that is currently missing from some AMD AM4 motherboards. 
 

  

der8auer achieves a world record 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's Ryzen 1800X


These are the early days of Ryzen overclocking, with our own overclocked results coming with less than 48 hours with the CPU and with early motherboard BIOS releases. In time with BIOS updates and extensive tweaking we hope to produce an AMD Ryzen overclocking guide,    

In time with BIOS updates and extensive tweaking, we hope to produce an AMD Ryzen overclocking guide, which should help consumers achieve the best performance out of their CPUs. This will take some time so please bear with us as we work with Ryzen on additional motherboards and with more mature BIOS releases.    

 

You can join the discussion on der8auer's world record 5.8GHz Ryzen overclocks on the OC3D Forums

 

 

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02-03-2017, 17:41:05

Chrazey
Haha nice! ... Although, I bet they used like liquid nitrogen or whatever it's called. Not regular AIO or similar Quote

02-03-2017, 18:05:56

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
Haha nice! ... Although, I bet they used like liquid nitrogen or whatever it's called. Not regular AIO or similar
Right at the top - The overclocker der8auer has achieved a 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's new Ryzen 7 1800X using ASUS' CrossHair VI Hero motherboard using LN2 (Liquid Nitrogen) cooling.Quote

02-03-2017, 19:02:46

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Darkdayzzz View Post
Right at the top - The overclocker der8auer has achieved a 5.8GHz overclock on AMD's new Ryzen 7 1800X using ASUS' CrossHair VI Hero motherboard using LN2 (Liquid Nitrogen) cooling.
Haha yes, do keep in mind that I wrote that post when only the headlines were in the post. The article nor the picture hadn't been linked yet.Quote

02-03-2017, 22:08:49

Bartacus
He also delidded that chip. It appears delidding is essential to high overclocks with Ryzen. TTL even kinda proved this with his review. Those temps were pretty toasty. If a proper 240mm AIO can't cool this thing, a custom loop won't fare any better. Delidding also looks to be a scarier proposition with this thing due to how it's layed out. Still damn cool to see people push it! Even if the single core "gaming" performance isn't quite there yet, Ryzen is a hit in my books, and should ignite Intel into some serious competition, which bodes well for all of us.Quote

03-03-2017, 02:06:30

orbitalwalsh
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
He also delidded that chip. It appears delidding is essential to high overclocks with Ryzen. TTL even kinda proved this with his review. Those temps were pretty toasty. If a proper 240mm AIO can't cool this thing, a custom loop won't fare any better. Delidding also looks to be a scarier proposition with this thing due to how it's layed out. Still damn cool to see people push it! Even if the single core "gaming" performance isn't quite there yet, Ryzen is a hit in my books, and should ignite Intel into some serious competition, which bodes well for all of us.
He delidded to show that there was no need for ryzen, its solder. Pitting Liquid metal would give worse result then leaving it as it comesQuote
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