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09-14-2019 06:56 PM
monza1412
09-12-2019 03:17 PM
monza1412
09-10-2019 07:55 PM
Redwoodz Survey's are not SCIENCE. /thread
09-10-2019 07:29 PM
gerardfraser
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
Yeah but unfortunately it won't hold more than 4.225 mostly while gaming :/ so you just enabled +200 boost?
I run all core overclock actually 4300Mhz,I have also ran all core overclock of 4425Mhz but 4300Mhz works just fine.100% stable and I have 2 x 3600X.
I am not worried about boost clock at all.I was just showing what the CPU did with older BIOS.


I just check post #21 I did.Light gaming loads and Cinebench20 boost clock goes up to 4525Mhz.Watch video I guess.
https://www.overclock.net/forum/13-a...l#post28112256
09-10-2019 02:37 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by gerardfraser View Post
The video was made in July 2019 as stated with older BIOS.
I have not tried SMU 46.49.00 yet but I am sure it will be the same as older one.
All the AMD 3700X I have seen on the new BIOS SMU 46.49.00 can hit there Max boost speeds and yours should also and over with the 200Mhz.
Yeah but unfortunately it won't hold more than 4.225 mostly while gaming :/ so you just enabled +200 boost?
09-10-2019 12:52 PM
gerardfraser
Quote: Originally Posted by Synoxia View Post
This with everything at stock? Do you still see this behaviour with 46.49 SMU? I am wondering if i can replicate this with my 3700x... with auto OC 200mhz it only reaches 4450 in random circumstances D:
The video was made in July 2019 as stated with older BIOS.
I have not tried SMU 46.49.00 yet but I am sure it will be the same as older one.
All the AMD 3700X I have seen on the new BIOS SMU 46.49.00 can hit there Max boost speeds and yours should also and over with the 200Mhz.
09-10-2019 12:09 PM
Synoxia
Quote: Originally Posted by gerardfraser View Post
Oh sorry dude ,I forgot about this post.At the time of that video ,yes I ran daily with that voltage.Voltage is only high in idle and light loads like gaming/Cinebench20 single.Heavy loads like handbrake/blender the CPU would lower voltage accordingly as it should.AMD has warranty ,so why not run the way they set it.

Well I am using the latest BIOS now but here is Cinebench20 with Hwinfo64 running with 3600X hitting 4500Mhz I did back in July 2019.It really does not matter anymore with the new BIOS hitting max boost.All information used in description.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHQ1GwPkrt0
This with everything at stock? Do you still see this behaviour with 46.49 SMU? I am wondering if i can replicate this with my 3700x... with auto OC 200mhz it only reaches 4450 in random circumstances D:
09-10-2019 11:40 AM
tpi2007 I was wondering that myself, just found it:


https://www.extremetech.com/computin...n-boost-clocks
09-10-2019 10:55 AM
crastakippers Guys,

did AMD make their announcement about what they found? It was going to be today right?

thanks.
09-10-2019 10:37 AM
gerardfraser
Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
@gerardfraser

Which AGESA & motherboard did you get your 1.550V boost for your 3600X? Do you run it like that daily or just short test?

I'm considering using offset to get 1.550V for max boost but it's not 100% optimal for some testing purposes of my own to see what it gives.

I've noted my 3800X will clock higher with more voltage with PBO but Cinebench R20/R15 was getting worse performance. Though other stuff improved.

I'm starting to highly suspect CB R15/R20 have "performance profiles" and have a power & clock target. Adding offset just skews and messes it up. Other software don't seem to be limited like Cinebench with PB or PBO settings and boost more freely.

EDIT:
Tested +0.0500V offset shortly but performance just got worse from not having any at all. So we can't use PBO + offset to increase clock, it rather clocks lower instead it looked like, benchmarks all went worse.
Oh sorry dude ,I forgot about this post.At the time of that video ,yes I ran daily with that voltage.Voltage is only high in idle and light loads like gaming/Cinebench20 single.Heavy loads like handbrake/blender the CPU would lower voltage accordingly as it should.AMD has warranty ,so why not run the way they set it.

Well I am using the latest BIOS now but here is Cinebench20 with Hwinfo64 running with 3600X hitting 4500Mhz I did back in July 2019.It really does not matter anymore with the new BIOS hitting max boost.All information used in description.


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