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|06-04-2019 10:26 AM|
I have Asus crosshair hero 6 and I think PBO is shown only when a ryzen 2000 series processor is installed. I have a 1800x on right now and I can't see any PBO option in AMD CBS menu. So that's why I wonder if there is any kind of bios mod to enable higher all core frequency on 1800x from 3.7Ghz that right now mine is running to let's say 3.9 Ghz and keep also the XFR enabled. But after further searching through the forums I think there isn't a way with any bios mod to to this in 1000 series processors due to hardware microcode limitation in xfr 1.0.
For example My Biostar X470GT8 can run 130Mkz BCLK and I have confirmed XFR to work for upto 110BCLK (higher the XFR just goes out the silicon capabilities, ex. 4.2Ghz+ single core...) on my Ryzen 7 1700.
But I can't use SATA 1/2 I have noticed. System wont work with BCLK OC when they are used.
|05-31-2019 02:51 PM|
hmm... I was pretty sure that I had a version of PBO on my B350 working with the old 1700 I had, maybe I'm dreaming it up... but then this board isn't even supposed to have PBO on it according to what I read, but it does, so maybe one of those little ASUS gifts to the cheap boards... This board literally has the same bios settings available in it that the X470 tuf board does (I know this because I built a rig with one for a friend)
Oh well, sorry I couldn't help.
|05-31-2019 08:36 AM|
|05-30-2019 04:03 PM|
|Minotaurtoo||performance boost overdrive can if your board has it... just depends on how good your board / chip is.|
|05-30-2019 11:41 AM|
|Leftezog||Any way to overclock the stock all core frequency of 1800x from 3.7 Ghz to let's say 3.9 Ghz but also keep the xfr on to 4.1 Ghz? Is this possible somehow? I have Asus CH6 WI-FI AC.|
|05-24-2019 08:30 PM|
Ryzen 7 1800x @ 4.0GHz, 2x8GB [email protected] and Performance Bias at CB11.5. Motherboard Asus Crosshair VI Hero.
|05-17-2019 09:04 AM|
|miklkit||Nope. Not much difference. It is still down by 20 points from a year ago with nothing changed since August 2018 hardware or bios wise.|
|05-16-2019 06:33 PM|
That's way too high a voltage for anything other than a quick run. 1.55V will severely degrade your chip and rapidly. If you're running stuff at full load for any long period of time probably your motherboard VRMs too.
|05-16-2019 11:27 AM|
|05-16-2019 10:36 AM|
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