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@bluej511 Someone correct me if I am wrong but I believe the only way you will get your processor to downclock at idle is if you use a pstate overclock. Otherwise by editing the multiplier you are forcing your cpu to run at your selected speed meaning you will not get those options for downclocking in windows.

This is true. The best power plan for standard overclocking i believe is simply high performance because of this. nothing but horrible things happen when you chose balanced while standard over clocking.
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So are you currently using a p-state overclock or a straight multiplier? If you are using just the multiplier try switching to a p-state and see if you get the options in windows afterwards.
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This is true. The best power plan for standard overclocking i believe is simply high performance because of this. nothing but horrible things happen when you chose balanced while standard over clocking.

Ive had no issues using both, some benchmarks get a MUCH better score while using balanced instead of hp mode, just because w10 instructions are HORRENDOUS when using hp mode. Balanced mode uses half the cores and therefore better results for anything that uses 1-4 cores (pretty much most games and benchmarks)
    
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Ive had no issues using both, some benchmarks get a MUCH better score while using balanced instead of hp mode, just because w10 instructions are HORRENDOUS when using hp mode. Balanced mode uses half the cores and therefore better results for anything that uses 1-4 cores (pretty much most games and benchmarks)

try using cpu-z to check out the difference in single core score when using balanced vs high performance if you haven't already.

when using balance around 150 points got shaved off every run vs high performance, in my case.


This is of course when balanced still had its stock core parking options.
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try using cpu-z to check out the difference in single core score when using balanced vs high performance if you haven't already.

when using balance around 150 points got shaved off every run vs high performance, in my case.


This is of course when balanced still had its stock core parking options.

Yea pretty sure mine wasn't that much. Ill give it a try now since its pretty fast and easy.

Edit: Yea nvm its a bit more haha. I get better benches in firestrike and some games using balanced instead of high performance though, due to core parking though. Works out better in some games and worse in others. I may change my hp core parking to 50% see how it does.

You can guess which is which.


But here check out firestrike physics.

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/fs/12265592/fs/12265585/fs/12265577
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Just downloaded the new Unigine Superposition Benchmark. Thought I would share my results with you all. Pretty happy for a first run at 4k.

CPU: Ryzen 1700X @ 3950MHz
RAM: 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200 14-14-14-14-34 1T
Video: GeForce GTX 1080Ti SLI
C6H Bios 0082

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Just downloaded the new Unigine Superposition Benchmark. Thought I would share my results with you all. Pretty happy for a first run at 4k.

CPU: Ryzen 1700X @ 3950MHz
RAM: 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200 14-14-14-14-34 1T
Video: GeForce GTX 1080Ti SLI
C6H Bios 0082


Seems like intel is benching better on these as well

1800x @ 3.9ghz
RAM: Tridents 2666 @ 2666 14-14-14-34 1t
Video: TItan x pascal sli
C6H: Bios 0082

lol

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Is core voltage: 1.6V safe if it's just idling in BIOS?
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note: overwatch crashed on 3200 0081. Clearly not stable. GRRR
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Just downloaded the new Unigine Superposition Benchmark. Thought I would share my results with you all. Pretty happy for a first run at 4k.

CPU: Ryzen 1700X @ 3950MHz
RAM: 16GB G.Skill Ripjaws V @ 3200 14-14-14-14-34 1T
Video: GeForce GTX 1080Ti SLI
C6H Bios 0082


That is a really cool looking benchmark!

Results from Intel rig in my signature: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Back on topic, for the people that are having issues with 3200, I reflashed 1002 and left everything at defaults from the flash with the exception of the 3200 RAM strap. It F9 > looped a bunch of times (approximately 10) but trained at 3200 with the results in the image below. Give that a try and see what you come up with.


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