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Aida64 offers a beautiful OSD if set-up properly..
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Anyone else notice that Ryzen seems a bit fond of lots and lots of TIM? I'm guessing it has something to do with the cores being on the edge of the IHS. I noticed quite a bit of difference in using the pea method (which is fine on tiny LGA1150/56/55 chips) and the large cross method of applying. The pea method always gives me a slight bit to little to cover the entire IHS, but covers the cores quite well, but the cross covers the entire thing in a ton of paste (though not so thick of a layer).

May just be me thinking I saw something, but it's interesting to see from someone coming from an Ivy Bridge where a tiny amount seemed to be best.

I've always found the best method for applying TIM is to put a small amount if TIM on the IHS of the CPU then taking a finger covered in plastic wrap spreading the TIM over the entire IHS in as thin a layer as possible, the less used the better as too much acts as an insulator.
 
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Large difference in scores with this Hynix 3200 on Taichi
    
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I feel stupid for asking this.

Could someone point me to a good tut or guide that explains Pstate overclocking?

The things I saw earlier didn't make sense to me. Got my system to post and boot Windows at 4.0 @ 1.35-1.375 vcore. Wouldn't pass any stress testing but could do everything else in Windows (didn't try Gaming). Yet when I backed it off to 3.9 at the same it wouldn't even boot into Windows.

At this point I've completely reset to stock as I finish getting all my stuff installed and do some poking around on the net. I want to get a stable CPU OC before I start messing with the Ram.
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Still not getting close.

Maybe @SuperZan can provide her numbers. That GT7 surely has something. thumb.gif
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I feel stupid for asking this.

Could someone point me to a good tut or guide that explains Pstate overclocking?

The things I saw earlier didn't make sense to me. Got my system to post and boot Windows at 4.0 @ 1.35-1.375 vcore. Wouldn't pass any stress testing but could do everything else in Windows (didn't try Gaming). Yet when I backed it off to 3.9 at the same it wouldn't even boot into Windows.

At this point I've completely reset to stock as I finish getting all my stuff installed and do some poking around on the net. I want to get a stable CPU OC before I start messing with the Ram.

Dont be, i have never heard of overclocking via P states before ryzen and ive been building PC's since around 2001.

Tech city kind of has a "guide" but he does not explain what the obscure values actually do when overclocking via p states.
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P states is more or less what Turbo frequencies boost to. Disabling turbo if I am not mistaken, means your chip always runs at max frequency.
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That is why people see performance bumps by disabling Turbo. Because all threads/cores operate at a fixed frequency instead of scaling due to work load.
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Its one thing to understand what P states do, its another entirely on setting up an overclock with them (watch the video above and the rather obscure values he enters to reach desired frequencies and volts).
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That is why people see performance bumps by disabling Turbo. Because all threads/cores operate at a fixed frequency instead of scaling due to work load.


Then something is messed up with mine. Even though wasn't testing stable when I had thing manually set to 4.0 and booting Windows I should've seen an increase in speed. What I saw was the opposite. There was actually a noticeable slowdown in boot time and overall Windows speed. Maybe something was off but that's why I'm trying to understand what each actual setting does.

I'll also ask another question.

Is it actually pstate overclocking when what my bios shows is just options for changing FID and DID or is that just basic multi and fsb? I just rewatched the video and I haven't seen the extra options he shows for pstate.
Edited by Wolfeshaman - 3/27/17 at 8:11pm
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