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Multiplier and offset overclock is no longer stable on the 1.93a beta bios, many stress tests failed with errors or bsod. I had to use p-states and so far is stable this way.
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post #7042 of 11472
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Multiplier and offset overclock is no longer stable on the 1.93a beta bios, many stress tests failed with errors or bsod. I had to use p-states and so far is stable this way.

Mind posting your settings? smile.gif

Also with P state overclocking is it possible to have high performance power plan and get clocks/volts to come down at idle? Or does that kind of defeat purpose of that plan, and why AMD suggests to use it?
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Mind posting your settings? smile.gif

Also with P state overclocking is it possible to have high performance power plan and get clocks/volts to come down at idle? Or does that kind of defeat purpose of that plan, and why AMD suggests to use it?

If you have the min processor state at like 5% then sure, it will downvolt. I have just stuck with balanced.
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So what would you guys consider a stable overclock for "normal usage". I don't need it 1000% stable, but I would rather have it pretty stable. biggrin.gif
Is it neccessary that it passes the IBT (Maximum) Test, or is Very High "stable enough"?
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If you have the min processor state at like 5% then sure, it will downvolt. I have just stuck with balanced.

Hmm then i wonder why amd suggests to use HP plan? I mean what is the difference besides min/max cpu states?
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So what would you guys consider a stable overclock for "normal usage". I don't need it 1000% stable, but I would rather have it pretty stable. biggrin.gif
Is it neccessary that it passes the IBT (Maximum) Test, or is Very High "stable enough"?

With 2133 or 2400 ram my 3.8 OC is 100% stable with 1.248v. Faster ram appears that you need higher cpu voltage.
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So what would you guys consider a stable overclock for "normal usage". I don't need it 1000% stable, but I would rather have it pretty stable. biggrin.gif
Is it neccessary that it passes the IBT (Maximum) Test, or is Very High "stable enough"?

For me it's Prime95 for 24 hours. That's it. I don't know for sure that this applies to Ryzen, because overclocks are so inconsistent right now.

But for me there isn't an acceptable amount of instability. If my computer crashes mid match in a game, it's trash.
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For me it's Prime95 for 24 hours. That's it. I don't know for sure that this applies to Ryzen, because overclocks are so inconsistent right now.

But for me there isn't an acceptable amount of instability. If my computer crashes mid match in a game, it's trash.

To be clear, just because you pass 24 hours of prime 95 does not mean you are game stable. I have done this and got a crash in a game instantly.
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To be clear, just because you pass 24 hours of prime 95 does not mean you are game stable. I have done this and got a crash in a game instantly.

Yea...in my PAST overclocking life, P95 was the end all be all.


With Ryzen, who freaking knows at this point. I can fart and my previously 12 hour ITB stable rig won't pass one cycle next reboot.

So yea...I agree in that P95 isn't the full answer yet. But as far as CPU OC in every rig I have ever owned up to this, it did a good job.
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For me it's Prime95 for 24 hours. That's it. I don't know for sure that this applies to Ryzen, because overclocks are so inconsistent right now.

But for me there isn't an acceptable amount of instability. If my computer crashes mid match in a game, it's trash.

Any special custom run, or just any of the presets? SmallFFT or LargeFFT should be good for testing CPU OC, and Blend when OCing the RAM after you got a stable CPU OC right?
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To be clear, just because you pass 24 hours of prime 95 does not mean you are game stable. I have done this and got a crash in a game instantly.

True, I had the same situation as well, I thought it's really stable and then crashes in a game.



Real world scenarios are the best way to test for normal stability after all stress tests. I had to push my voltage a little bit higher on my 4670k once because it crashed in a game.
Would be still good to get a quick and decent idea if the system is stable.
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