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Asus ZenStates is working well on my system (R7 1700, BIOS 0604, latest Windows 10) to change P-States multi and voltages.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/66p6p0/asus_zenstates_beta_software_for_pstate/
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I really recommend Gskill RGB 3200 C14, without DOCP and using default voltage




https://valid.x86.fr/g3raz2
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Originally Posted by thigobr View Post

Asus ZenStates is working well on my system (R7 1700, BIOS 0604, latest Windows 10) to change P-States multi and voltages.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/66p6p0/asus_zenstates_beta_software_for_pstate/

It won't even install for me
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Does it throttle at 75°C? I thought it had to get close to 95°C to do that. In any case you could always lower your clocks/volts in the summer. You may be able to drop 100mV just by dialing back 100MHz (3850/1.32V)

With offset 95 is the limit i think. But tdie value (which is minus offset) goes up to 73 max. So its already -20c showing in the program. I did the prime95 small fft test and temp stops going up after 71c. Dunno if i should go for 4ghz with more voltage, i dont think its worth it.

Hmm another question. I have motherboard cpu temp and tdie temp in hwinfo. When we are talking about 75c which one are we talking about? But i think tdie is the right one cause motherboard reading is a bit lower and in AMD RYZEN MASTER program i see the same temp as TDIE in hwinfo64.
Edited by cheath - 5/2/17 at 5:55pm
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Got this app from the Hero VI forum an it works in the PRIME X370 PRO.

Guys get this!

http://www.mediafire.com/file/xp5qj5p5ezj8bny/ASUS+ZenStates+v0.1.zip

Turn your Multiplier and Vcore to Auto and make sure all in your AMD C state options are all to Auto. Leave the rest such as SOC 1v if you want and most importantly your LLC settings as well as your RAM settings.

Set the Power plan to "Ryzen Balanced"

Open the "AsusZenStates.exe" executable. You'll see something like this but with the default settings:



Open HWinfo and have them like this:



If you apply the default settings you'll see all your cores boosting to those frequencies.

Now try putting the right numbers according to your best OC. Test with CB15 and see the vcore and clocks in HWinfo.

Amazing!
Edited by SaccoSVD - 5/2/17 at 11:27pm
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Originally Posted by SaccoSVD View Post

Got this app from the Hero VI forum an it works in the PRIME X370 PRO.

Guys get this!

http://www.mediafire.com/file/xp5qj5p5ezj8bny/ASUS+ZenStates+v0.1.zip

Turn your Multiplier and Vcore to Auto and make sure all in your AMD C state options are all to Auto. Leave the rest such as SOC 1v if you want and most importantly your LLC settings as well as your RAM settings.

Set the Power plan to "Ryzen Balanced"

Open the "AsusZenStates.exe" executable. You'll see something like this but with the default settings:



Open HWinfo and have them like this:



If you apply the default settings you'll see all your cores boosting to those frequencies.

Now try putting the right numbers according to your best OC. Test with CB15 and see the vcore and clocks in HWinfo.

Amazing!

So, our board indeed have support for p states, its just hidden in bios its seems.

ASUS ¬¬
Edited by iNeri - 5/3/17 at 10:38am
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Wow that's great. Will give it a try.
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It won't even install for me

For me works same board x370 Prime PRO
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The Bios support on this MB its been quite poor, Asus only cares about top end boards, even other vendors have p-state support in bios on lower tier MB, lesson learned.
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