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VDDCR CPU Voltages Curve.

This is my voltage curve for this specific AMD 2200G APU yours may be different due to the silicone lottery however this can be used as an indication and what voltages you want to use for what clock frequency. If you can use lower voltages with a higher clock frequency you have a better chip thus you might be able to clock it even higher.

2200G @ 3.7Ghz.

  • 37 Core Ratio.
  • VDDCR @ 1.18125
  • CPU LLC 6
  • SOC LLC 6
  • Validation with P95 Small FFT's and Custom 8K FFT's.

2200G @ 3.8Ghz.

  • 38 Core Ratio.
  • VDDCR @ 1.25
  • CPU LLC 6
  • SOC LLC 6
  • Validation with P95 Small FFT's and Custom 8K FFT's.

2200G @ 3.9Ghz.

  • 39 Core Ratio.
  • VDDCR @ 1.3
  • CPU LLC 6
  • SOC LLC 6
  • Validation with P95 Small FFT's and Custom 8K FFT's.

2200G @ 4.0Ghz.

  • 40 Core Ratio.
  • VDDCR @ 1.4125
  • CPU LLC 7
  • SOC LLC 6
  • Validation with P95 Small FFT's and Custom 8K FFT's.

Now you should have a stable overclock on your AMD 2200G or AMD 2400G APU, you could even opt in to consider a longer stress test of both overclocks by testing for a couple of hours and monitoring temperatures as well. With my 2200G I reached 4.0Ghz with a noise level of 20 - 25 DB @ 4.0Ghz with a Gelid Phantom Black tower cooler But you want to consider the noise level as well if you have a cheaper cooler.

- Paul "HisEvilness" Ripmeester


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