Originally Posted by Scotty99
I have a feeling AMD intends it to be that way, and if your board is allowing downclocking without doing P state overclocking something is wrong with that bios.
Asrock used to clock down using offset and multi, now you have to do P states just like the asus.
Yeah, for some reason the default overclock just creates two identical pstates and the rest, set to auto, do nothing. If you add in the rest of the states it does work, but at that point you might as well do the standard Pstate overclock.
Funny though that the second state (pstate1), at least when normal overclocking, is the actual clock speed. I would have guessed that pstate0 would then turn into boost clock, but in my limited testing it doesn't appear to do anything.
The pstate1 issue is the reason why we have to not touch the VID when we do pstate overclocks. If we just pulled an ASRock and did a double pstate we could mess with the VID all we want
Loaded up AIDA64 and the memory scores seem a bit low, though the latency seems ok. Ideas?Edited by lightofhonor - 4/3/17 at 9:24pm