Can we talk about Ryzen Master ?

crazycrave

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I have been playing with Ryzen Master for awhile now with 3 different cpu 's and it has been my understanding to overclock is to do all cores at that locked speed as why Gen 1 has issues pass 3.9Ghz but working with the Gigabyte 350B board I am at F24 bios. I now find that with my 1400 I can set 1.4v and rise to 3750Mhz with all MT on and set ram to 1.2v at 2400Mhz CL 15 and memory VTT 0.6v and VDDCR 1.1v under a balance power plan in Gigabyte software ,

So now the 1400 has dynamic clocks as to turbo to 3750 all 4 cores with HT enable as needed but drop when not needed as I have watched it go from 1500Mhz to 3750Mhz with the Ryzen tach and the temps scales with the turbo clocks ..as the stock turbo for this cpu was 3.4Ghz baked in and it blows passed that now . So have any of you that have your cpu turbo the overclock please raise your hand as a better way to go turbo ?.

I revised the overclock and made a ReLive video as to see the clocks scale the load





I turned the memory on the 290x to 8000Mhz http://www.3dmark.com/fs/17964596 Hello RX 580
 
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bobzdar

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I have been playing with Ryzen Master for awhile now with 3 different cpu 's and it has been my understanding to overclock is to do all cores at that locked speed as why Gen 1 has issues pass 3.9Ghz but working with the Gigabyte 350B board I am at F24 bios. I now find that with my 1400 I can set 1.4v and rise to 3750Mhz with all MT on and set ram to 1.2v at 2400Mhz CL 15 and memory VTT 0.6v and VDDCR 1.1v under a balance power plan in Gigabyte software ,

So now the 1400 has dynamic clocks as to turbo to 3750 all 4 cores with HT enable as needed but drop when not needed as I have watched it go from 1500Mhz to 3750Mhz with the Ryzen tach and the temps scales with the turbo clocks ..as the stock turbo for this cpu was 3.4Ghz baked in and it blows passed that now . So have any of you that have your cpu turbo the overclock please raise your hand as a better way to go turbo ?.

I revised the overclock and made a ReLive video as to see the clocks scale the load





I turned the memory on the 290x to 8000Mhz http://www.3dmark.com/fs/17964596 Hello RX 580


That's my understanding of how it's always worked via ryzen master. What you lose is the ability for lower core loads to boost higher and for voltage to be dynamic based on the load. This isn't much of an issue on non x chips as they can usually exceed their single core boost on all cores, but for 2nd gen x chips this can cause you to lose 200-300mhz in gaming loads, which is when you really need the high clocks.
 
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