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05-02-2019 01:44 AM
jcpq I solved the issue with manual OC.
Now with s-states ON and power plan with a minimum cpu value of 20%, everything is stable.
05-01-2019 05:12 PM
Rapidian I also have the Asus B450-I mobo. Instead of running Vcore at Auto, I run at a negative offset of 0.1v, with PBO enabled, Perf Enh set to Default and, XFR enabled. This the best "auto-clocking" configuration of my 2700x that I've found so far. I've tried all sorts of memory overclocking and have settled on the 3200 Fast preset for the time being. I could be running 3466 Fast but there is some more memory heat issues. My video card is the hottest thing in my case during games (73-75C) and that causes the heat to rise to the other components.

I have never seen those artifacts as well as @nick name . Let me suggest you run HWINFO64 and watch the voltages on your cores. I found this useful to diagnose what happens under load. I use Prime95 or Linx to apply a decent load based on what I want to see (cpu or memory).
04-25-2019 02:40 PM
ShrimpBrime
Quote: Originally Posted by jcpq View Post
First of all thank you all.

For now I'm with PE Lv3, PBO Auto, CPB Enabled, Vcore Auto.

In power plan I'm using windows balanced, but I have a problem, whenever I set the minimum processor state to below 50%, the system becomes unstable, artifacts appear on the image, chrome closes unexpectedly.

If I put 65% type in minimum processor state, everything is fine.

What is the reason for this?
It drops the v-core too low to maintain higher frequencies. (This is exactly why using Green with overclocks becomes an issue. Always has..)

Cpu isn't causing Ram instability because he's not overclocking the reference clocks.
04-25-2019 10:17 AM
nick name That is strange. I haven't seen or heard of your problem. I've seen RAM cause video driver issues, but if it is triggered by your CPU then I'm not sure. Perhaps your CPU issue is causing RAM instability?
04-25-2019 10:07 AM
jcpq
Quote: Originally Posted by nick name View Post
I imagine there are some higher frequencies when you set minimum processor state below 50%. What frequencies are you seeing?
2188MHz

In PrtScn you can see the artifacts
04-25-2019 09:18 AM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by jcpq View Post
First of all thank you all.

For now I'm with PE Lv3, PBO Auto, CPB Enabled, Vcore Auto.

In power plan I'm using windows balanced, but I have a problem, whenever I set the minimum processor state to below 50%, the system becomes unstable, artifacts appear on the image, chrome closes unexpectedly.

If I put 65% type in minimum processor state, everything is fine.

What is the reason for this?
I imagine there are some higher frequencies when you set minimum processor state below 50%. What frequencies are you seeing?
04-25-2019 06:42 AM
jcpq First of all thank you all.

For now I'm with PE Lv3, PBO Auto, CPB Enabled, Vcore Auto.

In power plan I'm using windows balanced, but I have a problem, whenever I set the minimum processor state to below 50%, the system becomes unstable, artifacts appear on the image, chrome closes unexpectedly.

If I put 65% type in minimum processor state, everything is fine.

What is the reason for this?
04-24-2019 09:56 PM
nick name With Performance Enhancer Level 3 -- which is running all core speeds at 4.307GHz. It also allows for single core speeds to reach 4.35GHz.
04-24-2019 09:31 PM
nick name
Quote: Originally Posted by ShrimpBrime View Post
You can overclock statically and run C-states with Balanced power plan. Instead of single core jumps (which are usless while in game) the entire thread count hits desired multiplier and at idle throttles the cpu.

So yea, he doesn't have it wrong....
If you run PBO on auto.... that's "Auto overclocking" ALL cores.
Core performance boost increase clocks of individual core/thread and generally only activates a single core/thread during the overclock.

AND my point being even with a manual overclock with a locked clock and voltage would still use very little energy at idle. The Green power savings is really a funny feature. I have no idea why overclockers ever shut it off......??
Remember he's running a B450 not a CHVII like yourself....

If you use PBO and CPB, you are not overclocking anything, the board and cpu are doing it for you.......

This is static overclocking.
I'm trying to figure out why people really think they are overclocking while utilizing the features of SenseMi. lol.
Nobody mentioned SenseMi. And do you know what ASUS' Performance Enhancer Level 3 and 4 actually do? And while his B450 probably doesn't have the VRMs to run as well as my board that truth would also apply to any manual overclock he wished to set.

Performance Enhancer Level 3 and 4 allows for the CPU to behave as if he had set a static overclock for all cores while maintaining the capability of his CPU clocking fewer and single core loads even faster. It's really the best of both worlds. It will give him the performance of a standard overclock on all core loads without losing the higher speeds he could achieve with fewer and single core workloads.

Also, leaving PBO on Auto means auto overclocking? A CPU behaving within spec by definition isn't overclocking.

Learn what you're talking about before laughing at others that have countless hours invested into both the CPU and features they are speaking about.
04-24-2019 08:18 PM
ShrimpBrime You can overclock statically and run C-states with Balanced power plan. Instead of single core jumps (which are usless while in game) the entire thread count hits desired multiplier and at idle throttles the cpu.

So yea, he doesn't have it wrong....
If you run PBO on auto.... that's "Auto overclocking" ALL cores.
Core performance boost increase clocks of individual core/thread and generally only activates a single core/thread during the overclock.

AND my point being even with a manual overclock with a locked clock and voltage would still use very little energy at idle. The Green power savings is really a funny feature. I have no idea why overclockers ever shut it off......??
Remember he's running a B450 not a CHVII like yourself....

If you use PBO and CPB, you are not overclocking anything, the board and cpu are doing it for you.......

This is static overclocking.
I'm trying to figure out why people really think they are overclocking while utilizing the features of SenseMi. lol.
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