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09-10-2019 12:53 PM
jamexman Today AMD has released a preview of their new SDK, to help other monitoring apps (like yours) to better monitor Ryzen.

https://community.amd.com/community/...plus-a-new-sdk

Have you had a chance to take a look? Hopefully this will help monitoring apps other than Ryzen master to better monitor these new CPU's!

Edit: Welp not really a preview of the SDK per se, but in the new version of Ryzen Master. They promise to release the full on SDK on 09/30, here is to hope!
09-04-2019 12:47 PM
gupsterg
Quote: Originally Posted by Mumak View Post
Thanks for the feedback gup. We're still not sure what exactly Tctl represents, still waiting on feedback from AMD...
NP, program as always just goes strength to strength, thank you .

I see UCLK on TR1 as well .



RM is pants on TR1 IMO.



Only way to even see decent amount of timings is RTC.

09-04-2019 11:03 AM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by gupsterg View Post
Hi Martin,

Just checking in, to share I can see higher CCD1 temp than usual tCTL/tDIE, not highlighting as issue, but an observation.

Spoiler!


Thanks for new sensor .
Thanks for the feedback gup. We're still not sure what exactly Tctl represents, still waiting on feedback from AMD...
09-04-2019 09:28 AM
gupsterg Hi Martin,

Just checking in, to share I can see higher CCD1 temp than usual tCTL/tDIE, not highlighting as issue, but an observation.

Spoiler!


Thanks for new sensor .
08-30-2019 11:26 PM
yamaci17 Yeah, I found a setting called "CPU System Agent" in my BIOS. I set it to 1.15 (maximum allowed by the board i guess). And VTT changed to 1.15 as well. I really hoped for it to be VCCIO.

At least we have VCCSA in our hands. My only hope is VCCIO is also max limited by the board. Nothing I can do more.
08-30-2019 08:43 AM
ThrashZone Hi,
VTT is sometimes referred to as vccio but the reading is always slightly different but pretty close probably a coincidence
08-30-2019 07:03 AM
Mumak Those are vales taken from generic sensor inputs that are most probably not connected on your mainboard, so the vales are not valid (floating).
08-30-2019 06:26 AM
yamaci17 Thank you a lot friend, one more question, what do these voltages mean? Can they be interpereted to something or are they just randomly generated?

Especially those VINxx voltages, do they carry a meaning? What is the meaning of VTT voltage?
08-29-2019 05:32 AM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by yamaci17 View Post
Then are they at default? If they can't measure it, how can they adjust that value?
They can be set using various methods, but don't feature sensors that would monitor the actual values.
08-29-2019 04:11 AM
yamaci17 Then are they at default? If they can't measure it, how can they adjust that value?
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