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Is this psate big problem. If I had Taichi I would overclock it with meltiplier and voltage increases. Would I`ve be affected by pstate?
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If you overclock with just multiplier and voltage increase, CPU will always stay at maximum frequency and voltage. With p-state overclocking CPU will be able to downclock and lower the voltage at idle.

As for me, I overclocked with multiplier first, and then just decided to fiddle with p-states, but if they didn't work, I would still be fine with it.
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If you overclock with just multiplier and voltage increase, CPU will always stay at maximum frequency and voltage. With p-state overclocking CPU will be able to downclock and lower the voltage at idle.

As for me, I overclocked with multiplier first, and then just decided to fiddle with p-states, but if they didn't work, I would still be fine with it.

So if I overclock R5 1600 to 4ghz with multiplier and voltage increase, all 6 cores will be always on 4ghz? That not good. Should`t Cool and quiet option lower those like in FX platform (on that platform I OC with multiplier and voltage increase)?
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So if I overclock R5 1600 to 4ghz with multiplier and voltage increase, all 6 cores will be always on 4ghz? That not good. Should`t Cool and quiet option lower those like in FX platform (on that platform I OC with multiplier and voltage increase)?
Actually, it's unclear. AMD said something that most programs don't show correct frequency for Ryzen, because it can switch states very fast. Ryzen Community Update (Click to show)
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What about power?
Now that you know a little more about the performance of our new plan, let’s talk power. The AMD Ryzen Balanced power plan does not change how our processor handles low-power idle states called “CC-States.” These CC-States number cc1 through cc6, representing increasingly aggressive clock and power gating. In fact, cc6 represents a core that is essentially turned off. The core is sleeping so deeply that only its voltage can be detected by software.

The sophisticated power management technology in the “Zen” core can autonomously enter and exit these CC-States as quickly as 1ms. Software tools, unable to see through the sleep, will simply report the last P-state known to the OS before the core entered a CC-state. Don’t be alarmed! The effective frequency of a sleeping core is much lower (generally sub-1GHz).

In short:

The AMD Ryzen™ Balanced power plan still permits aggressive power management. There should be little difference between the OEM Balanced and the Ryzen Balanced plan. We’re interested in your feedback!
Performance of the AMD Ryzen™ Balanced power plan should be on par with the High Performance plan. We're interested in your feedback on this, too.
Finally, if you see a third-party tool reporting “idle” clocks in the range of 3200-3400MHz, you can be virtually certain that the core is actually sleeping and the tool is simply reporting the last known P-State.

We’re very proud of the fast and granular power management in the “Zen” architecture, and we hope these explanations helps you better understand how our all-new processor functions.
IF we trust HWINFO, then overclocked CPU is always at max frequency.
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So if I overclock R5 1600 to 4ghz with multiplier and voltage increase, all 6 cores will be always on 4ghz? That not good. Should`t Cool and quiet option lower those like in FX platform (on that platform I OC with multiplier and voltage increase)?

on my current 3770k OC'd to 4.5ghz, i run asus' EPU. it runs the cpu at the lowest multiplier (19) when am not gaming. outside of gaming, i don't recall needing to run with my OC.
haven't tried asrock's version of EPU but i think there is one.
post #236 of 498
Where'd you find a board to buy?
post #237 of 498
Well Newegg has em listed as in stock at the moment. I just placed my order!! Been waiting a month for that thing to get in stock! Get in there quick!
post #238 of 498
Gone, they had em about an hour and a half!
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Hey, sign up on nowinstock.net get text notifications sent right to your cell phone. thats how I got mine, And its free it also does email notifications.
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Also guys, my MoBo is on its way, and I went ahead and got the G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16g 3200mhz ram, any one else that has this ram got it to work at its rated speed? Thanks guys.
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