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post #6031 of 6116 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 05:09 PM
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So yea, i have 5.80 and these are my frequencies....never going above 4.275mhz with all settings defaulted and on AMD Balanced Power

Is this a problem with 5.80?
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post #6032 of 6116 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 07:05 PM
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On a 3600X, I never get over ~4.325 on single core with any sort of meddling with other settings, and anything besides PBO on gets me lower scores in cinebench.
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On a 3600X, I never get over ~4.325 on single core with any sort of meddling with other settings, and anything besides PBO on gets me lower scores in cinebench.
I see people reaching 4.5 GHz (single core boost) on theirs 3600 (non X) on worse X370 boards, like those earlies MSI's. On theirs cases it is PBO and AutoOC actually doing something, increasing clocks rather than lowering then. I want to believe that ASRock, sooner or later, will release a proper BIOS for this board.
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post #6034 of 6116 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 11:14 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by brdtoledo View Post
I see people reaching 4.5 GHz (single core boost) on theirs 3600 (non X) on worse X370 boards, like those earlies MSI's. On theirs cases it is PBO and AutoOC actually doing something, increasing clocks rather than lowering then. I want to believe that ASRock, sooner or later, will release a proper BIOS for this board.
My chip definitely got higher benchmark scores earlier on but I am not sure if the boost reduction is related to the new chipset driver or AGESA 1.0.0.3.
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Is it better to set your overclock through bios or Ryzen Master? Will a manual all core overclock allow for idle downclocking like pstate overclocks?

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post #6036 of 6116 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 04:51 AM
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Is it better to set your overclock through bios or Ryzen Master? Will a manual all core overclock allow for idle downclocking like pstate overclocks?
Thats the $249 question for me.
Personally gonna stay at manual OC, until issues have been sorted(if they ever will).
Can't say if downclocking worked, but idle power is at reasonable level.

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Is it better to set your overclock through bios or Ryzen Master? Will a manual all core overclock allow for idle downclocking like pstate overclocks?
Once all core manual oc is done there's no downclocking when idle.



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Thats the $249 question for me.

Personally gonna stay at manual OC, until issues have been sorted(if they ever will).

Can't say if downclocking worked, but idle power is at reasonable level.
I've tested power consumption from the wall yesterday, a 3900x completely stock balanced power idle was about 95w and running cinebench15 was 258w. Using high performance when idle was 105w and same 258w running cb15.
When all core oc 4.2ghz 1.2v idle was 85w and running cb15 233w.

BUT, I've got more performance in cb15 at 4.2ghz than with it in auto. However got less FPS in bf5 as expected and once manual oc is done is normal to lose single core performance.

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Sorry if it was explained elsewhere here, but can someone tell me what cpu sensor is used now for custom fan speed, as of before there was 3 items and i had always set it to CPU Tdie, but now there are only "CPU" and "MB". Something tells me (seeing as fan speed fluctuate) that CPU is now - Tdie, and motherboard "CPU" is no more exists? I'm confused to be honest.


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post #6039 of 6116 (permalink) Old 08-14-2019, 09:42 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by thomasck View Post
Once all core manual oc is done there's no downclocking when idle.
You can get it to downclock if you go into the "AMD Overclocking" in advanced tab, manaual overclock and you can set the max all core boost speed (i.e. 4300Mhz) and max Vcore you want it to do this with (i.e. 1325mv) and it will boost to that frequency and voltage but downclock when idle

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Sorry if it was explained elsewhere here, but can someone tell me what cpu sensor is used now for custom fan speed, as of before there was 3 items and i had always set it to CPU Tdie, but now there are only "CPU" and "MB". Something tells me (seeing as fan speed fluctuate) that CPU is now - Tdie, and motherboard "CPU" is no more exists? I'm confused to be honest.
I know the new "CPU" option for fan is definitely now the Tdie temperature.
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@ljt seriously? Thanks for the tip, I'll have a look at it!

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