All this time and I never knew to look for the ryzen balanced plan..how do I install this in my laptop model?
I checked these posts to see if I missed something.now how do I go about fixing adding the ryzen blanced plan?
I have checked ASUS and Windows 10 and I am up-to-Date............
How do I find the right driver via the AMD download section Correctly for my System?My specs are below.
these are my specs:
Windows 10 64-bit
Ryzen 7 1700 65 watt TDP
ok,since I am waiting on helpers to come and help I will post what I have done..I think I got the right driver but am not sure...it looks good.tell me if this is the correct one for my system.
Is this the correct one for my Mobile system?just double checking with Admins and Moderators...to be sure.
Ryzen Master is not compatible with laptops. It won't install. Reason why AMD prevents Ryzen Master from installing in Laptops is because it can be used to Overclock or Underclock the Ryzen CPU/APU.
Laptops, due to it engineered design, was manufactured to operate within certain Temperatures and Power usage. By Overclock or Underclocking certain hardware in the laptop might cause it go beyond it Operating Temperture and Power usages and thus might end up damaging the Laptop.
Besides, if this laptop is under Warranty, it would void the Warranty if the laptop is RMA for any reason and the Manufacturer finds out you Overclock or Underclock certain hardware in the Laptop.
ALL THAT SAID,
You should use Windows Power Plans which already has Ryzen Master Power Plans incorporated in it by Microsoft. And is much better than the Ryzen Master's Power plans. Even AMD recommends using Windows Power Plan to control your Ryzen CPU/APU.
You need to download the Discrete GPU driver for your Laptop. Here is the correct AMD Driver for your RX 580: Radeon™ RX 580 Drivers & Support | AMD
My suggestion is to download the VGA Driver from Asus Support if the Driver is fairly new. That way you will know it will be compatible 100% with your laptop. AMD Laptop driver are generic and made to work with most Laptop but doesn't take into account the manufacturer's special features that the manufacturer's AMD Driver are made to use.
I would also update the Laptop's BIOS and CHIPSET from Asus if they are outdated. This will make the laptop hardware and drivers be more compatible with each other. Just a suggestion.
Since Asus doesn't have a separate VGA Driver for your laptop, The VGA Driver might be incorporated with Asus laptop Chip set. Other Manufacturers at times have incorporated the VGA Driver in the CHIP Set drivers.
You could try downloading a ryzen chipset driver, but click "Custom install" and only select the power plan.
well,I did install the driver for my ryzen chipset and it worked..I have the ryzen balanced power plan.but,I am not sure if I want to use it for everything including gaming....I use ultimate performance plan.I am not familiar with what to adjust for maximum performance except selecting maximise performance across all tabs for plugged in and for gpu/cpu use....
that being said since nothing on my ryzen cpu is core parked by default ,i dont think it is.but still,I select ultimate performance and use that for gaming and high performance tasks.I see that my laptop is running all games at 60 fps with v-sync and settings for the most part maxxed out...so,I know it cannot be cored parked.....
I just did not check to see if it was core parked....with htis model laptop I didnt think asus would hamper with this device setup to kill the performance....it would have been a bad marketing idea....
if you all found proof that my model laptop is core parked and I cannot tell if it is...then tell me what steps I have to do 1-5 in order to set it up for maximum gain...????
I have installed the drivers and confirm it works alongside radeon 19.2.3
Core parking with Windows 10 is deactivated when the computer power plan is set to "Performance"....all cores unparked. The default setting, "Balanced", parks cores.