And suddenly, after using 7.X for a long time.. (and working as expected). It suddenly stopped working. No other version works either.
It saves the settings, claims to load (hell, even the temps are displayed in the motherboard's Q LED) but the speeds are all in stock.
Was there a software push by Microsoft that blew the functionality of ZenStates?
Upon investigation.. the options Core c6 state, package c state, core perf boost, qcode temp display, start with system and apply at start (including BIAS). They all work properly and do affect the processor. But the P states simply refuse to apply regardless of what I put. also XFR is not working.. I used to get 3.7Ghz all core boost and 4.2Ghz XFR single core boost, my boost only goes to 4Ghz single core and 3.4Ghz all core.
I can fire up AMD Ryzen Master and I can overclock manually by hand and correctly works as expected.
So I'm confused on whats going on.
Its definitively something in Windows, because I updated the Bios, cleaned everything, ran everything on default and the behavior continues. I get XFR in bios outside of windows.. as soon I enter Windows I'm stuck at 3.7Ghz for boost and 3.4Ghz for all core. Disabling "perf boost" in ZenStats reverts all cores and no boosts to 3.4Ghz
It was windows.. some core files were damaged. I reinstalled everything from zero and everything works as expected.
Last edited by Tamalero; 10-18-2018 at 01:01 PM.