Which product did we most enjoy reviewing in 2017? That's a tough one, but we'd probably give the nod to AMD Ryzen. It was refreshing to see the habitual underdog produce processors that, for the most part, lived up to their billing and managed to get Intel scurrying to find a reaction.
Yet while Ryzen offers plenty of out-the-box goodness, we did have our reservations when it came to overclocking headroom. During the review window, initial samples didn't ramp-up frequency as easily as the Intel alternatives, and the motherboard ecosystem seemed rough around the edges, with many of our memory kits struggling to operate at their advertised speeds.
Overclocking can however improve as a platform matures, so let's revisit the subject with some real-world feedback from all you Ryzen users out there. For this week's question, we're asking: what overclock have you managed with AMD Ryzen?
We want to know which chip and motherboard you have, what sort of overclock you've managed (if any) and how you've fared with regards to memory compatibility. Share your experiences using the comments facility below.