As you know, avid fan of your shares and search on differing forums for your posts, so thank you for engaging further
I do not doubt what you see
, or know
, I am showing what I see and trying to gain understanding
. Maybe it is just my CPU, maybe as R5 3600, dunno, but wanted to share what I see
I have done retake, pretty much same setup, but VDDG is 0.950 and VDIMM 1.355V. This time I did screen capture at end with more length, 3rd run still going but defo not gonna reach what 6x 2x does.
ZIP with 6x 2x, link
. I think the 2x over longer time is showing similar frequency probably due to clock stretch or something else, defo not getting same average VCORE SVI2 TFN as 6x. The shorter RT runs show better difference between scalar change IMO. 4x is pretty much same as 6x for me, I use 6x just to give it room (in mind) for another load, leaving [Auto] scalar does not gain me same average MHz/voltage.
Sample of 3rd run 0x = scalar is [Auto]
Without changing scalar, past PBO+100MHz, I do not gain improved average ACB. As I tweak scalar from say 1x upto 4x I see improved average MHz and slightly higher average voltage.
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0x ie scalar auto never reached clocks or voltage, near end only when CPU go from loaded to idle did it peak to PBO+150MHz.