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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-08-2020, 02:21 PM - Thread Starter
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Voltage seems odd

Noticed I was pegging out at around 170W while running Cine20.. Ryzen 2700X no OC, I use to run with MSI Game Mode turned on which gives a all core clock of 4.1Ghz but I could have swore this CPU could do 4.3 with ease
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When you say "I could have swore this CPU could do 4.3 with ease" are you saying you overclocked your CPU to 4.3 GHz with ease or you've seen other R7 2700X's overclocked to 4.3 GHz with ease? Because every CPU is different. Power draw is heavily influenced by voltage and your CPU is at 1.475V under load.

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No just seen alot of reviews showing the 2700X hitting 4.3 boost no overclock.. But Only reason I am asking is because a person in the Cin20 thread said my score was low when I had it on game mode only running @ 4.1 all core boost..

As of right now its stock settings no game mode, or overclock

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-08-2020, 08:08 PM
Stock is too casual~
 
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Work with your loadlines
Test minimum voltage drop with OCCT Beta AVX2 medium chunks 30min
then AVX2 small chunks

Grab linpack Xtreme version 1.1.1 (version is important)
That will test OCP and your cpu boosting capability + allcore OC
Your voltage limits are around 1.325v allcore and 1.48v Boost

Only way to hit 4.3 is by enabling PBO and limiting it a bit
Some unlocked have inside AMD CBS some OC profiles, from OC01 to OC04
You want PBO to do their work, or you can try ZenStates 0.8 beta
https://github.com/irusanov/ZenState...0.8.0-beta.zip exactly this beta

You need to be at least on AGESA 1006 to use it , if not 0.0.7.2
well or higher, but higher has worse perf for 2nd gen
Base your actual PBO OC on a 20 cycle passed LinX round
VID is an important value for 2nd gen, but CPU SVI2 sensor is for accurate readout
You can try to match these voltages, while remaining at your 4.1 -> 4.35 boost PBO profile

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Forgot to mention, any time you use PBO - you HAVE TO use a negative cpu offset
and it's strongly advised to use at least 2 under flat loadline - for these leaky CPUs
Maximum is 1 under flat for SOC
Which speaking of, needs around 1.05ish v (or near 1.048v with drop) to sustain up till 3600MT/s
around 1.068=1.075 in bios to sustain 3734MT/s

20mV on vSOC can result in about 20-30Watt higher heatoutput
But measure that one with LinX allcore load , it has to be higher than "just" 180W
I know the 1700X peaked 190W , while the 2700X can move near 250ish
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