i tried to overclock my ryzen 5 1600 on a gigabyte GA AB350 GAMING 3 ( last bios ) with ryzen master
i kept the original voltage and set to 3,6 ghz but when restarted it was locked a 3,4 ghz ans impossible to reset the stock parameters ( 3,2 ghz )
it 's impossible to reset my proc to default !!!
when i set it to default in bios and start windows i have always ryzen master parameters ( 3,4 ghz ) !!!!
in ryzen master it's impossible now to set other parameters and when i use the reset options it ask to restart windows
windows restart but nothing happens...ryzen master don't go back to stock settings ( always 3,4 ghz )
i tried a clear CMOS : it doesn't work
i tried to reflash my bios : it doesn't work !
i tried to reinstall windows on an other HD : it doesn't work !
i"m very surprised...RYZEN MASTER IS A BUGGY SOFT
what can i do ? buy another mobo or another PROCESSOR
how can it be possible ?
i advice not to use ryzen master, only overclock by bios !!!
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You shouldmt need another mobo to fix your current build. How well do you know you way round OC & things like that as to me its not your mobo somethings been missed or taken the wrong step causing this issue.New Itels are worse than Ryzen had a few m8s ditching them going Ryzen 1 has encountered this tho was told. He took a diffrent approach from another perspective to find was a setting over looked.
here is a PDF of Ryzen Master Utility : https://download.amd.com/documents/AMD-Ryzen-Processor-and-AMD-Ryzen-Master-Overclocking-Users-Guide... .
When you Overclock the CPU, did you use one of the "Profiles" in Ryzen Master Utility or did you just increase the speed without using any "Profiles"?
Maybe if you apply one of the "Profiles" from Ryzen Master Utility and then afterwards, if it overclocked successfully, then use "RESET" to see if it restores the CPU back to default. My thinking, and it may be totally wrong, is that if you didn't use a "Profile" you may have Overclocked it incorrectly. By using one of Master Ryzen's Overclocking "Profiles" it will set all parameters on the CPU correctly to run in a Overclocked state. Then when you click on "Reset" it will reset the CPU back to default correctly.
i didn't use a profile, i just increased the speed
but it's impossible now to go back to stock settings
when i modify a profile, the profile is modified but it's not applied
i don't know how to apply the profile settings to actual settings because actual settings seem impossible to be modified...it's read only
and the reset doesn't work. it asks to restart windows...windows restart and the old settings are still active
ryzen master is supposed to restart automatically after windows but nothing happens !
i think there is a big bug with ryzen master because several people have the same problem and it's not resolved yet !
maybe i need to buy a new mobo...
i can't understand how it's possible because i reinstalled windows 10 several times and reset the bios then flash the bios...
and the parameters are still there !!!
i even reinstall windows 10 on a new hard drive and the problem is not resolved !
i suppose ryzen master parameters are somewhere in the CPU or elsewhere because a windows reinstallation and a clear CMOS should have solved the problem else...
i should have purchased a core i5 or i7...i regret to have purchased a ryzen
Its not the bios or Ryzen master. What 3rd party software is installed for OC wise on your build i am thinking could be 3rd party OC tool conflicting with AMD software any 3rd party software tools from Gigabyte Even Afterburner with 10 with newest drivers does it dont blame ryzen master. No specs of build & what your running is listed more details will help & 3rd party tools your using if using any. As 9/10 issues caused are from 3rd party software conflicting with AMD drivers & software.
wouldn't touch the new gen intels with a 10 foot barge pole u want specter & meltdown issues go intel. Its something that's you have done by accident i suspect its not the software are your running any 3rd party software as i asked earlier as if you are will be 1 of the main issues conflicting the issues as stated. As its not the processor or bios its something been done by accident its why i dont bother OC anything for a few weeks till its running stable. I am thinking its a possible 3rd party software your using causing this issue did you use the correct bios flash to suit your motherboard. Try Reflash to the 1st or 2nd bios release for your motherboard to see if its the bios or Motherboard issue. BTW have you installed any of the Gigsbyte crapware that's come with the motherboard as if you have i suspect its the issue. If using Windows 10 a lesson learnt using a 3rd party brand like gigabyte, asus or msi dont use any of there software with AMD builds will throw conflicts all the time over riding stock AMD settings after the 1709 update. Known issue with the creators update.
i did not install any third party software
just a new install of windows 10 home 64 bits
nothing else ! no other soft
i reset the mobo CMOS
i flashed the bios ( tried all versions available )
and RYZEN MASTER parameters cannot be modified
i understand i must use ryzen master reset option but it asks to restart windows and ryzen master is supposed to re-launch automatically to apply the stock options
and nothing happens : one hour after the windows restart, ryzen master has not launched yet...
my system works but i want to go back to CPU stock options and since i've used this damn soft it' s impossible !
i'm sure there is a big bug in ryzen master wich is not corrected yet !
This old thread was having a similar problem with Master Ryzen. Maybe the suggestion here might help: 1950X stuck as 4C/8T - Ryzen Master won't apply changes
This older thread AMDMATT mentions about using Task Scheduler to force Windows to start Master Ryzen: Command to launch Ryzen Master with specific profile at Windows startup?
ryzen master now restart automatically after reset option or apply profile but the changes are not done....still a 3,4 and sometimes 1,5 or 3,7
the stock parameters seem to have vanished since i used Ryzen Master
how can i recover my default settings ( 3,2 with turbo boost ) ?
i returned in bios and overclock with bios at 3,3 to have a stable frequency...
there is something very strange : i can't understand why a windows reinstall and flash bios and clear CMOS can't restore the default parameters...
the pb is due to ryzen master whatever AMD can tell