Originally Posted by datonyb
have you tried just using the pstate method
its worked flawlessly for me since bios 1.5 onwards
i run a 1700 at 3.9ghz and 1.325 volts cpu LLC level2
my cinebench is version 15 but it scores 1750+ (which is quite a respectable score) and will do that consistantly
heres is a guide on setting the pstate overclock
(second half of video)
settings for 3.9 ghz and 1.325 volts are
Test 1 - first half of the video: I did exactly what the dude in the video did. I cleared the CMOS before I began.
CPU Frequency and Voltage Change = Manual
CPU Frequency 3800MHz
AM4 Advance Boot Training = Disabled
Voltage Mode = OC Mode
CPU Vcore Voltage: Fixed Mode
Fixed Voltage: 1.37
CPU Load-Line Calibration = Level 2
VDDCR_SOC Load-Line Calibration = Level 2
DRAM Voltage = Auto
VPPM = 2.500V
2.50V_PROM Voltage = 2.500V
VTT_DDR = 0.680V
+1.8 Votage = 1.800V
VDDP = 0.920V
1.05V_PROM Voltage = 1.050V
Cool 'n' Quiet = Enabled
AMD fTPM switch = Disabled
SVM Mode = Disabled
C6 Mode = Disabled <----he said to disable this as Cool n quiet does the same thing for AMD cpu. Really though? bcuz right now after I booted my Core Voltage is at [email protected]
constant. No drops.
AMD CBS>Zen common options:
Global C-state Control = Disabled <---- Dude said to disable this too.
I booted to my windows without a hitch. Feels fast but my FHUKEN score in Cinebench still scores 776. Really?
*** am i doing wrong? His test in Cinebench scored 1624. I noticed AGAIN in CPU-Z my Core Speed is dropping again down to 549Mhz. Why the fhuck is it dropping to 549Mhz if I'm conducting a god damn CPU test? lol Really? ***? I mean, he is using a really old UEFI Version L1.55? *** is that?
Next test is going to be with the Pstate stuff in the 2nd half of the video and what you recommended. Like i said, if the 2nd test fails to give me what this CPu should give me I'm tossing this **** out the window.