Originally Posted by TwoBeers
They stated to not use it with Ryzen 2000, but you should use "Ryzen balanced" with Ryzen 3000.
I stand corrected, but as of 7/18, they have this to say:
Originally Posted by AMD Rep
EDIT 7/18/19 As a temporary workaround, you can use the standard Windows Balanced plan. Edit this plan to use 85% minimum processor state, 100% maximum processor state. (Example). This will chill things out as we continue to work this issue. Your 1T and nT scores shouldn't change at all (+/- the usual run-to-run variance). This will preserve boost, retain cc6 core sleeping, preserve idle downclocking/downvolting, but make the CPU more relaxed about boosting under light loads.
Also, that same post states further up that Ryzen Balanced is not needed at all for either 1000 OR 2000 series chips, jut the 3000's...
Thanks for the link, BTW - Since AMD is responding there, I will be sure to follow it.
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