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When i started OC with pstates only maximum cpu state appeared, everything else relevant still stayed hidden.

Under that registry key i must have over a dozen power profiles under that. Id have to change every single one of em and all im seeing is reg dword min/max and increment.
    
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Under that registry key i must have over a dozen power profiles under that. Id have to change every single one of em and all im seeing is reg dword min/max and increment.



yours doesn't look similar too this? all you have to change here to enable it is the Attributes option. if it is a 0x000000001 (1), then double click it and change value data to 0 and its enabled in power plan settings for changing.

there are maybe a few keys there that dont have an attributes setting to change tho.
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yours doesn't look similar too this? all you have to change here to enable it is the Attributes option. if it is a 0x000000001 (1), then double click it and change value data to 0 and its enabled in power plan settings for changing.

there are maybe a few keys there that dont have an attributes setting to change tho.

Yea looks just like that, but id have to change every single subentry or no need?
    
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Yea looks just like that, but id have to change every single subentry or no need?

yea, every single sub entry. doesnt take too long :3.

I actually didnt even see a sub entry for either minimum or maximum cpu state, but minimum showed up once i just went and enabled all of them. probably a sub entry of a sub entry.



but you will have all the options befitting you once you do.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/11/17 at 4:45pm
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Just an update....reverted back to 1002 and back at 3200mhz on my Corsair LPX, first try DOCP STANDARD. (R1700).



No freaking idea what went wrong with the new BIOS for me, but I'm sticking with 1002 for now.
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An update on my issue with G.Skill Trident Z RGB part number F4-3200C14D-16GTZR --

Bought another set of the same memory and have the same issue -- cannot boot and train the memory at 3200MHz. Running at 2933MHz works great. Tried all the same tweaks and made no difference.

Going to buy another Ryzen 1700 and see if that makes any difference.

If you're up for it, roll back to 1002 and leave everything default with the exception of setting the 3200 strap. Let it F9 and reboot until it loads to windows. What do you end up with?
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Thats actually how power plans were acting for me... at first. Then I went into regedit and enabled all the power plan options microsoft/windows determined I was too stupid to comprehend (which is probably true).

If you wish do the same, run regedit and go into HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings\54533251-82be-4824-96c1-47b60b740d00. expand that and in the sub keys change the hexidecimal value data of the Attributes REG_DWORD to 0. Then you have all the power (options)

I did the change to p-state, still need to work on voltage, but, booted into Windows and the additional settings for power plans were there, so no registry edits were needed it appears, I guess setting the cpu to auto from manual was probably the trigger to windows.
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Also, I had no core parking options until i went there, and that was a major important one to change for balanced plan. dont think ryzen handles core parking of any level well at all. tried various levels of core parking and each one borked single core performance at some level, save no cores parked ever.
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I did the change to p-state, still need to work on voltage, but, booted into Windows and the additional settings for power plans were there, so no registry edits were needed it appears, I guess setting the cpu to auto from manual was probably the trigger to windows.

Its probably something to do with windows install as well, for in my case and some other people cant even get ryzen balanced power plan to show up in power plan options. Thats my primary reason for enabling all of those options so i can at least do some tweaks of my own.

I'd still wish to know all of what AMD has set in the ryzen balanced power plan so i can mimic those.
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Just something a bit more objective to help scotch some of the eternal LLC debates. LLC 1 works quite well for everyday use. Just a stock capture here. That said, the CPUs don't pull much current at all, so I don't expect big changes. Small FFT Prime load hitting the VRM.






Blue trace = Vcore
Yellow trace = current (peak is around 130W)

1.40 VID set in UEFI gives around 1.38V "idle", dipping no more than 20mv when hit with load.

As requested before, please do this for all LLC levels thumbsupsmiley.png
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Originally Posted by Timur Born View Post

That is because Ryzen Mastery just applies a dumb -20C to Tctl and Sense Skew practically applies another -20C when temps a low.

I hoped RM would follow the dynamic offset (0/+10/+20) properly, but unfortunately it does not. Hopefully Martin can come up with some intelligent algorithm for HWinfo.

This whole Sense Skew thing is dumb. With it disabled, during IBT AVX Maximum, my tctl actually passes 94ºC before the "CPU temp" even hits 70ºC. Makes it so hard to create sane fan curves...
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