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post #40861 of 41637 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 09:33 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by mito1172 View Post
updated but ryzen power plan disappeared
Weird. I installed this new chipset driver and the Ryzen Balanced power plan is still there.
Mine was always the active one.
Perhaps yours was another one, allowing the Ryzen Balanced to be removed.
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Weird. I installed this new chipset driver and the Ryzen Balanced power plan is still there.
Mine was always the active one.
Perhaps yours was another one, allowing the Ryzen Balanced to be removed.
Perhaps you don't have the last windows version, the 1903? Because yes, from the 18.10 version of the chipset driver the AMD Ryzen power plan was removed.
If you don't have upgraded the windows version, also upgrading the chipset driver don't erase the Ryzen Power plan. This happen only if you upgrade windows to the last version.

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Quote: Originally Posted by LicSqualo View Post
Perhaps you don't have the last windows version, the 1903? Because yes, from the 18.10 version of the chipset driver the AMD Ryzen power plan was removed.
If you don't have upgraded the windows version, also upgrading the chipset driver don't erase the Ryzen Power plan. This happen only if you upgrade windows to the last version.
You're right: I still have Win 10 1607.
I'm too lazy to upgrade it
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Hey everyone - I got my 4 sticks of 3200MT CL14 ram installed now - seems to be pretty awesome to have 4 sticks on a CH6.

I was trying to use the 3533 (safe) settings from the calculator, but I noticed my DRAM voltage is being reported as between ~1.45 and ~1.505. I have it set to 1.41 - why am I seeing such a discrepancy? I realize the CH6 has crappy sensor granularity, but this seems like there's a direct offset of about +0.05V regardless of my actual bios DRAM Voltage setting.

Does everyone else see this discrepancy? I use HWInfo64.
Has anyone actually used a DMM to check what the real DRAM voltage is? I'd be willing to do so to figure out if there's a constant offset or something - just need to know where I can actually probe the traces.

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You're right: I still have Win 10 1607.
I'm too lazy to upgrade it
mmm... isn't really a good choice... overall if you have a Ryzen CPU...
Microsoft has finally changed, in a good way for Ryzen, the threads allocations.

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but only in 3D mark can you see any difference

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Quote: Originally Posted by Pilotasso View Post
but only in 3D mark can you see any difference
I like this answer

My version of Win 10 can be updated with a "in-place upgrade" and the time required to install all my stuff again is probably not worth the performance gain.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Pilotasso View Post
but only in 3D mark can you see any difference
You're right, but even your sentence isn't entirely true.
Maybe it should be formulated that way:
The improvement affects the operating system and the way in which threads are managed by assigning them to the cores, in a well-known program this improvement was about 40% (3dMark for example you see a significant increase in the combined score), while in applications and games this improvement is not so tangible, but still present.

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I have W10 1903 regular and Insider skip ahead version on another SSD. Also updated chipset drivers to 1.6.13.0400 and AMD Ryzen balanced power plan is there and works.
I also run 3D Mark Time spy and didn't get any significant improvement in scores.

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I have W10 1903 regular and Insider skip ahead version on another SSD. Also updated chipset drivers to 1.6.13.0400 and AMD Ryzen balanced power plan is there and works.
I also run 3D Mark Time spy and didn't get any significant improvement in scores.
Oh well, a "singularity"! Sorry, I don't have an answer for your case, but isn't "regular" as you write (your windows operating system).

If you don't believe me, please google "windows 10 zen improvements"...

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