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AMD 5800X AMD Curve Optimizer Boost set to 5050Mhz for all cores and good temperatures when PC gaming. So basically when all things are good thermal,electrical ETC all cores have the ability to boost up to 5050Mhz.

VF-offset curve optimizer chart My 5800X-subject to change with new agesa release

EDIT: @5175Mhz testing Nov 28 2020
Cinebench R20 single -663
Cinebench R23 Single-1698


Timestamp and BIOS settings

Cinebench -Single core 653 - 0:01
The Dark Pictures Anthology LittleHope - 0:23
Assassin's Creed Valhalla - 0:37
Metro Exodus - 0:48

Full CinebenchR23 Run for those interested,test lasted like 30 minutes
Single core - 1663
Multi Score - 15538
Idle temperatures- 29°C
Full AVX load -79.8°C

Full Cinebench20 Run for those interested

Single core 656
Multi Score - 6179
Idle temperatures- 29°C
Full AVX load -76.5°C


My AMD Curve Optimizer per core

 

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Can you please explain this AMD Curve Optimizer Boost ? Is it something specific to the MSI boards ?
Well I do not know anything technical about it, I google it and it lead me here to forum member and a guy who knows his stuff @elmor great thread
 

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Well I do not know anything technical about it, I google it and it lead me here to forum member and a guy who knows his stuff @elmor great thread
thanks.
 

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but for gaming things just go interesting for intel @Nizzen

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its gonna be ridoncolous
Crazy day today :D

WOOT!
 

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but for gaming things just go interesting for intel @Nizzen

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its gonna be ridoncolous
It will be even more.... ridonculous.... put on a Ryzen 5950X.
 

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Well I do not know anything technical about it, I google it and it lead me here to forum member and a guy who knows his stuff @elmor great thread
Can you please tell me what cooler and temps you have at idle, gamind and at full load (cinebench 20 MT) ?
 

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OK sure video description had the PC used Idle tempetures high 20°C-low 30°C depend on how long hwinfo64 is open and not running programs in back ground like startup's
Cheapest AIO around after rebate I paid $50 Canadian/$38USD/$158 Romanian Leu
Coolermaster MasterLiquid Lite ML240L RGB AIO

PC gaming depends on game . First post video of three games were all in the 50's °C

40 Minutes Gameplay,may still be processing it was at 1080P HDR when published .
I did not watch full video glanced thru video and CPU temperatures were normal high 40 °C-50 °C at CPU 5000Mhz on cores

AMD 5800X 5000Mhz RTX 3080 4K HDR 60 FPS Assassin's Creed Valhalla



I just ran cinebench20 back to back.At normal cinebench20 setting to not skew the score or inflate my epeen
Cinebench single core - 650+
Multi- 6089 and all core clock 4625Mhz
CPU RPM Fans spun up to 75% and 75°C
 

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OK sure video description had the PC used Idle tempetures high 20°C-low 30°C depend on how long hwinfo64 is open and not running programs in back ground like startup's
Cheapest AIO around after rebate I paid $50 Canadian/$38USD/$158 Romanian Leu
Coolermaster MasterLiquid Lite ML240L RGB AIO

PC gaming depends on game . First post video of three games were all in the 50's °C

40 Minutes Gameplay,may still be processing it was at 1080P HDR when published .
I did not watch full video glanced thru video and CPU temperatures were normal high 40 °C-50 °C at CPU 5000Mhz on cores

AMD 5800X 5000Mhz RTX 3080 4K HDR 60 FPS Assassin's Creed Valhalla



I just ran cinebench20 back to back.At normal cinebench20 setting to not skew the score or inflate my epeen
Cinebench single core - 650+
Multi- 6089 and all core clock 4625Mhz
CPU RPM Fans spun up to 75% and 75°C
Thanks mate. I also saw in one of your vids or posts (forgot where) that MSI boards have a +500mhz core boost option, what can you tell me about it ? Did you try it at +500, is it any change ? I ask because Gigabyte boards have only a +200 mhz option and that's all.
 

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MSI does have 500Mhz boost. I used 2600X/3600x/3600XT/3800XT/5800X . AMD has fixed PBO boost on AMD 5xxx cpu's.

All motherboard's have +200Mhz except MSI at +500Mhz but it does not really mean anything.

So If I set my PBO to 500Mhz with other settings maxed out I have seen 5200Mhz
So If I set my PBO to 200Mhz with other settings maxed out I have seen 5050Mhz

Again it is just a higher number and does not mean anything,do not get caught up in the number.

What all AMD 5xxx owners should use now or in the future with updates is to use AMD Curve Optimizer + boost 200Mhz feature.That will be best path to take.

I recorded a full start to finish Cinebench20 run HWinfo64 on for ya
 

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MSI does have 500Mhz boost. I used 2600X/3600x/3600XT/3800XT/5800X . AMD has fixed PBO boost on AMD 5xxx cpu's.

All motherboard's have +200Mhz except MSI at +500Mhz but it does not really mean anything.

So If I set my PBO to 500Mhz with other settings maxed out I have seen 5200Mhz
So If I set my PBO to 200Mhz with other settings maxed out I have seen 5050Mhz

Again it is just a higher number and does not mean anything,do not get caught up in the number.

What all AMD 5xxx owners should use now or in the future with updates is to use AMD Curve Optimizer + boost 200Mhz feature.That will be best path to take.

I recorded a full start to finish Cinebench20 run HWinfo64 on for ya
Thanks alot mate.
 

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I did not run it,I just started it and turned it off. I am running 5100Mhz all cores right now ran the test here is what I got. I will post 5200 if I get no whea errors.So basically it is overclocking I am not rushing ,I can say what the chip can do but I will not run if unstable,also you know I am rccording the scores with Nvidia shadowplay on and everything running so I am not going for high score and cinebench is default.I am not trying to be an butt head ,just letting you know.

5100Mhz single clock -all core clock 4750. I will post video in a few minutes it is processing



 

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I did not run it,I just started it and turned it off. I am running 5100Mhz all cores right now ran the test here is what I got. I will post 5200 if I get no whea errors.So basically it is overclocking I am not rushing ,I can say what the chip can do but I will not run if unstable,also you know I am rccording the scores with Nvidia shadowplay on and everything running so I am not going for high score and cinebench is default.I am not trying to be an butt head ,just letting you know.

5100Mhz single clock -all core clock 4750. I will post video in a few minutes it is processing



Pretty nice mate, but how you set it to do exactly 5100 boost ?
 

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Pretty nice mate, but how you set it to do exactly 5100 boost ?
You can set whatever you want and check stability. First off there are two different areas in all BIOS for PBO stuff.

In the AMD overclocking section ,go to PBO and set your AMD curve optimizer up- this will give you normal boost clock EG:5800X boost to 4850Mhz
In this section you can add up to 200Mhz it is the same for all motherboards EG: 4850Mhz+200Mhz=5050Mhz

If you want higher CPU boost clocks then you need to goto the second area for PBO settings
Advanced CPU Configuration set your PBO boost higher than 200Mhz like in the first section on MSI motherboards you can go as high as 500Mhz

To get 5100Mhz then set PBO here to 250Mhz
So 4850Mhz+250Mhz= 5100Mhz
save and test.

Cinbench r20 full run default settings.
 

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You can set whatever you want and check stability. First off there are two different areas in all BIOS for PBO stuff.

In the AMD overclocking section ,go to PBO and set your AMD curve optimizer up- this will give you normal boost clock EG:5800X boost to 4850Mhz
In this section you can add up to 200Mhz it is the same for all motherboards EG: 4850Mhz+200Mhz=5050Mhz

If you want higher CPU boost clocks then you need to goto the second area for PBO settings
Advanced CPU Configuration set your PBO boost higher than 200Mhz like in the first section on MSI motherboards you can go as high as 500Mhz

To get 5100Mhz then set PBO here to 250Mhz
So 4850Mhz+250Mhz= 5100Mhz
save and test.

Cinbench r20 full run default settings.
Yeah, that's nice really. Sadly only MSI can go over 200Mhz boost. Think I need to buy one too.
 
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