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post #11 of 19

@PontiacGTX

 

Because my LCD, It's 6 years old , max res : 1680x1050@60hz ,also do you mean AMD power Plan for UnPark Core?

 

Does this work for Ryzen ? ==> https://bitsum.com/parkcontrol/

 

It has ton of options also Hidden settings!

 

First backup your power plan:

 

powercfg /qh > powerconfig.txt

 

Core Parking and Skylake :

 

powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 8baa4a8a-14c6-4451-8e8b-14bdbd197537 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 36687f9e-e3a5-4dbf-b1dc-15eb381c6863 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 4e4450b3-6179-4e91-b8f1-5bb9938f81a1 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR cfeda3d0-7697-4566-a922-a9086cd49dfa -ATTRIB_HIDE

 

Execute the following commands to hide or un-hide the primary ON/OFF switch for core parking in the OS:

 

powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 06cadf0e-64ed-448a-8927-ce7bf90eb35d -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 12a0ab44-fe28-4fa9-b3bd-4b64f44960a6 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 40fbefc7-2e9d-4d25-a185-0cfd8574bac6 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 4b92d758-5a24-4851-a470-815d78aee119 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 7b224883-b3cc-4d79-819f-8374152cbe7c -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 943c8cb6-6f93-4227-ad87-e9a3feec08d1 -ATTRIB_HIDE
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 619b7505-003b-4e82-b7a6-4dd29c300971 -ATTRIB_HIDE

 

I don't know they work with Ryzen or not.I got those options on AMD Ryzen Power plan ( 11 options more)

 

post #12 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Xuper View Post

@PontiacGTX

Because my LCD, It's 6 years old , max res : 1680x1050@60hz ,also do you mean AMD power Plan for UnPark Core?

Does this work for Ryzen ? ==> https://bitsum.com/parkcontrol/

It has ton of options also Hidden settings!

First backup your power plan:
Code:
powercfg /qh > powerconfig.txt

Core Parking and Skylake :



Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 8baa4a8a-14c6-4451-8e8b-14bdbd197537 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 36687f9e-e3a5-4dbf-b1dc-15eb381c6863 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 4e4450b3-6179-4e91-b8f1-5bb9938f81a1 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR cfeda3d0-7697-4566-a922-a9086cd49dfa -ATTRIB_HIDE

Execute the following commands to hide or un-hide the primary ON/OFF switch for core parking in the OS:



Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 06cadf0e-64ed-448a-8927-ce7bf90eb35d -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 12a0ab44-fe28-4fa9-b3bd-4b64f44960a6 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 40fbefc7-2e9d-4d25-a185-0cfd8574bac6 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 4b92d758-5a24-4851-a470-815d78aee119 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 7b224883-b3cc-4d79-819f-8374152cbe7c -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 943c8cb6-6f93-4227-ad87-e9a3feec08d1 -ATTRIB_HIDE
Code:
powercfg -attributes SUB_PROCESSOR 619b7505-003b-4e82-b7a6-4dd29c300971 -ATTRIB_HIDE

I don't know they work with Ryzen or not.I got those options on AMD Ryzen Power plan ( 11 options more)


With VSR you can use up to 3200x1800 as your resolution

if you are on windows 7 there are unparking core tools and the progrma should work simiarly on Ryzen as other platform

some tools
http://www.coderbag.com/programming-c/disable-cpu-core-parking-utility
https://bitsum.com/parkcontrol/
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How about the 3770k's - alot of us upgraded from 2500k's to get the most out of the chipset before upgrading.
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The biggest CPU bottleneck in software is its optimization, especially in games. Barely any games utilize the given hardware efficiently, whether on the CPU or GPU side.
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The biggest CPU bottleneck in software is its optimization, especially in games. Barely any games utilize the given hardware efficiently, whether on the CPU or GPU side.

Isn't that the whole 'console vs PC' argument in a nutshell? Console is a known platform so devs can squeeze the heck out of it, while PC games need to support a much wider variety of hardware. That's also why people have this "Mac's just work" argument. Easier to code your OS when you intimately control the entire platform hardware stack.

I found the article at least a little helpful. Don't think I've ever really taken the time to look at where my weak spot was, I just lust for upgrades...
post #17 of 19
Good data to see. As long as you remember it is at 1080p, very fast refresh rate.
My 4k,60fps monitor is the first bottleneck on my system, followed by my 1080tis. My 4770k may be responsible for some stuttering, but always seems to be able to handle 60 fps just fine.
Would have been nice to have tested at 1440p since some like those at fast rates, but cpu bottlenecks would have been less apparent.
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How about the 3770k's - alot of us upgraded from 2500k's to get the most out of the chipset before upgrading.
depends on the game and what is the framerate you are pushing
post #19 of 19
I upgraded from a i5 2500k to a i7 2600k recently and that unpegged cpu usage in bf1 62 player maps. Then I upgraded ram from 1600mhz to 2133mhz ram that gave me a nice jump in minimum fps.

I know my 2600k is sorta bottlenecking my gtx 1080 by a good 20fps. Depending on game compared to a 7700k, according to benchmarks. I haven't really ran into any game that pegs my 2600k at 4,4ghz. Some come close like Mafia 3 and Watch Dogs 2. If you have stuff open and a browser with video streaming that's when it starts pegging depending on game.

Hard drive and SSD does also make a difference. I wasn't able to stay above 60fps constantly on hard drive until I moved Crysis 3 to SSD. It stayed 60fps solid after that.
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