As the title says did I win the silicon lottery with my Ryzen 1600 or is it normal or am I just not pushing it far enough as i have seen others with a similar OC but a with much higher core voltage.
CPU: Ryzen 1600 OCed
Motherboard: ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING
Ram: 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000Mhz G-Skill Trident Z 15-16-16-35 - F4-3000C15D-16GTZR
Graphics Card: GTX 970 soon to be a GTX 1070
Power EVGA 650w GQ Gold
Cooling: Generic Chinese pump and res / Magicool G2 240mm Rad / EK Water Blocks EK-Supremacy MX - Acetal / Mayhems pastel blue coolant /Pump running at 50% and rad fans running at 50%.
So the reason I ask is i currently have the Ryzen 1600 over clocked to 3.8GHz and nothing special with that until it comes to the voltage, I have seen others with the same OC but they seem to be running closer to the 1.35v some even closer to the 1.4 but in my case with a +0.03750 offset on the voltage when running prime 95 and 100% usage across all cores it sits stable at 1.286v after 3 hours testing and never goes over 50c with all cores at 100% (see bellow image ), and under normal use it idles at 25-27c and goes to about 36c under gaming. So did i get lucky with the silicone lottery and should i push the chip further or are other people just seriously overvolting their chips?