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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 07-17-2019, 12:31 PM
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This ZIP has CBR15 3x of multi and 1x single for PBO+150MHz 6x and 2x, not bothering with 0x, as defo no point after seeing 2x.

So as recap.

Short run of Kahru RAM test, say at least 100%, shows more clearly difference as I adjust scalar. Average ACB is improved and voltage used is increased, clock bounce is less, ie improves sustainability of OC.

Longer run of Kahru RAM test seems to show 6x and 2x very similar, but CB R15 shows distinction better on my sample.
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NEWEST WAY TO OVERCLOCK EVERYONE!!! by CCX with amazing results apprently overclocking via CCX allows for stable 4.5ghz in some instances for the first couple of cores at 1.38v just go ahead and read the thread and look for yourself i cant wait to try this!

I do not however know what settings requires this im not sure if I have to disable PBO or any other overclock settings but from what I can tell this is an amazing performance booster over trying to overclock in otherways


https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...mmend_massive/
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NEWEST WAY TO OVERCLOCK EVERYONE!!! by CCX with amazing results apprently overclocking via CCX allows for stable 4.5ghz in some instances for the first couple of cores at 1.38v just go ahead and read the thread and look for yourself i cant wait to try this!

I do not however know what settings requires this im not sure if I have to disable PBO or any other overclock settings but from what I can tell this is an amazing performance booster over trying to overclock in otherways


https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment...mmend_massive/
You should check out some of my post on this J/K .I done a few videos on this but I guess I am not dramatic enough LOL

Ryzen Master Is for Gamers is one thread here a few post down.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...er-gamers.html
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I'm not completely familiar with Ryzen Master can you overclock the CCX's like the Asus Software der8auer uses to overclock the CCX without losing the 1ghz on some of the other cores? I dont know what the differences between the two programs do in terms of overclocking the CCX's


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You should check out some of my post on this J/K .I done a few videos on this but I guess I am not dramatic enough LOL

Ryzen Master Is for Gamers is one thread here a few post down.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/10-a...er-gamers.html
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In the video I linked I overclocked 3 CCX and left 3 alone and you can pick and choose what you want.You can also do ram timings/boost overclock/profiles ETC.
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Are you able to save the per CCX overclocks across different cold boots?

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I have saved a bunch of profiles for testing.I just import the one I want and do a restart with Ryzen master.It is a great tool and I have do some great overclocks with it.At the moment I am doing BIOS overclocks,I will download the tool linked and see if there is a difference.
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Gigabyte Master x570 and x3900 CPU:
For my PBO/PB2 and AutoOC did basically nothing, sometimes a little more or less but no real improvement, dropping the core from Auot to Normal and then adding an offset of -0.050 dropped temps and did nothing either.
What did help was setting everything PB2/PBO/AOC to Auto and bumping the FSB from 100 to 102.5 (need to try more still), simply put let PB2 do what it does and bump everything to basically all core 4150 or 4075 and then add an extra 103.75MHZ to that, or for single core take the max I ever really set of 4350 and add an extra 108.75 to that. so now I'm seeing 4230 or so all core regularly and 4458 single core.

Really sad that I'm back to FSB OC, but at least it works for me.

Note: At 102.5 FSB I'm prime 95 stable for 8 hours using 62GB of 64Gb (3066 CAS16) of RAM, so I'm calling that stable.
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FSB OC is not for everyone but if it is working good enough then it is good enough.3900X should Boost to 4800Mhx on one core with AMD Precision Boost Overdrive and I would be pissed if it was only hitting 4458 on light loads.
It seems to me you know what you are doing but lower voltage and FBS is not the way to get the best out of your 3900X CPU.I only have 3600X so I can not tell you what is best but some guys in this thread may chime in.
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ShrimpBrime - 2700X single core boost at 4350 from the box. My max on a single core static oc (manual multi) was 4500Mhz.

No?? OK then..... Max PBO all core boost auto AI overclocking is only 4.0Ghz. With all on auto, multi OC static will do 4.1Ghz change nothing but the multiplier.

What exactly is this thread aimed at? All core boost or single core boost? What is the correct reply above??


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