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People on reddit claiming 4.0Ghz+ on ridiculously low volts rolleyes.gif

I guess we've all just been very unlucky then biggrin.gif

"Hey, it boots! Quick lets post to reddit that I've just got 4.2Ghz on 1.1v!!!!11one"

I bet 99% of them would fail an IBT standard test...
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@badhairguy

Noted you have CPU as rig image in sig, do you have IHS stamp info? would like to add your OC data to DB, cheers smile.gif .
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Look at my screenshot. I'm already using it.

You might want to try the high performance power plan.
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

People on reddit claiming 4.0Ghz+ on ridiculously low volts rolleyes.gif

I guess we've all just been very unlucky then biggrin.gif

"Hey, it boots! Quick lets post to reddit that I've just got 4.2Ghz on 1.1v!!!!11one"

I bet 99% of them would fail an IBT standard test...

Mine does 3.8 at pretty low volts but i haven't tried 4.0 yet, def won't do it at 1.1 haha.

And i have no interest in Intel Burn Test, i don't own an Intel chip anymore sorry muahahahah. Its why i use realbench i let it test everything at once set it and forget it. If its stable after an 8hr gaming session and half a dozen 30min real bench runs pretty sure its stable enough for my usage.
    
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Originally Posted by SpecChum View Post

People on reddit claiming 4.0Ghz+ on ridiculously low volts rolleyes.gif

I guess we've all just been very unlucky then biggrin.gif

"Hey, it boots! Quick lets post to reddit that I've just got 4.2Ghz on 1.1v!!!!11one"

I bet 99% of them would fail an IBT standard test...

Hehe true, but I must admit I'm also using settings that I know would not last long when stress testing, but work fine for everything I do otherwise.
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You might want to try the high performance power plan.

Tried that already. High performance plan doesn't allow for declocking by default and rhr options still aren't there
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Look at my screenshot. I'm already using it.

Ryzen balanced power plan has minimum processor state set to 90%, and according to them its downclocking like it would in balanced or power saver plan, but you just cant see it cuz its reporting the last known state when at 90%.

I don't buy it, thats just what they said.

So you set the Attributes value to 0 for all the processor power management plan sub listings in regedit? another had that problem too. After i set them all to 0 they all enabled.

Is the processor downclocking with the stock balanced plan?
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Aida 64 stresstest is by far harder on the cpu than Realbench. But Realbench is good to quickly see if there is any instability for me at least since i have no games installed yet.
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Tried that already. High performance plan doesn't allow for declocking by default and rhr options still aren't there

That's strange, I had the option from the beginning (just as described in gupserg's ryzen essentials thread). Maybe these settings sometimes need to be enable first?
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Right, about to see to what frequencies and what voltages I can drive my 1800X.

Are there any VRM settings that you would suggest changing to increase stability?

Edit: when I set VRM Spread Spectrum to disabled a new item called Active Frequency Mode appears, when I set this to enabled the VRM Spread Spectrum setting disappears. Is this normal and what does Active Frequency Mode do? Leave it off or on?
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