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post #611 of 675 (permalink) Old 04-25-2018, 03:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by pjgowtham View Post
I think first gen ryzen still has a bit of untapped potential. Hope the next update will make the OC range a bit wider.
I think there are still updates coming but without any improvement for ram oc. The main problem for ram oc is the board design not the bios or cpu.


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I was wondering is there any chance you can enable/disable (CPU running at 3990mhz, would prefer it to bet closer to 4Ghz!) Bus Speed Spread Spectrum for the 0902? You don't have to do this but it would be much appreciated if you can!
Puh honestly i dont wanna make one. I could but then without testing. So the risk of bricking is way higher for you.
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Hi people,
So my R5 2600 and X370 Pro board arrived yesterday along with some nice 3200MHz RAM. The RAM runs at 3200MHz at 1.35v absolutely no problem using DOCP setting.
I know this probably isn't the best place to post this but after much research (and frustration) am I correct in thinking the only way to OC ryzen so that it still downclocks and reduces voltage on idle is to edit pstates?
And that by default in BIOS 4008 it's not possible to change the P0 state? Using the modded BIOS you are able to edit P0 and set it to something like 4.1GHz but it would still dynamically adjust clocks down within normal range?
Lastly I just need to be on the default 4008 BIO before flashing the modded one right?

Sorry for all the questions but I've found a tonne of info on ryzen OC but very little of it was useful in relation to the X370 Pro board and I am not going to read through 800+ pages on the "My experience with X370 Pro" thread because I'd stop being an enthusiast by that point.

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Modded Bios won't bring you any improvement because PSTATE OC is messed up since Bios 3803.
If you just want to see your CPU downclocking then set the CPU Multi and use CPU Offset Mode for Vcore. Maybe you also have to change the Power Settings in Windows but for me it works fine with Ryzen Balanced Plan.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
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Modded Bios won't bring you any improvement because PSTATE OC is messed up since Bios 3803.
If you just want to see your CPU downclocking then set the CPU Multi and use CPU Offset Mode for Vcore. Maybe you also have to change the Power Settings in Windows but for me it works fine with Ryzen Balanced Plan.
Thanks for the reply. Is it worth flashing the modded 4008X BIOS for other reasons? All I want is for the CPU to dynamically adjust clocks as it does at stock but to boost to 4.1GHz.
I will try what you suggested. Did you set a negative or positive offset?

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Why don't you try with Precision Boost ?

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If you overclock your cpu the boost won't work anymore.
Modded bios has some more settings to play with but not everyone needs them. If you just want to overclock your cpu you will be fine with official one.
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Quote: Originally Posted by MishelLngelo View Post
Why don't you try with Precision Boost ?
I have no precision boost settings. It's also greyed out in Ryzen Master.
Am I missing something? Does the XFR 2.0 setting work properly on 4008X?

Thanks for responses guys, appreciate the help.

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Have you checked:
Advanced - AMD CBS - NBIO Common Options - Precision Boost Overdrive Configuration ?
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Quote: Originally Posted by Reous View Post
Have you checked:
Advanced - AMD CBS - NBIO Common Options - Precision Boost Overdrive Configuration ?
I only have "Mode0" in NBIO Common Options. I will flash the 4008X BIOS and have a play.

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I only have "Mode0" in NBIO Common Options. I will flash the 4008X BIOS and have a play.
Did you try to enable this "Mode0"?
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