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Asryan
Adept I

Best cores for OC curve?

Hi,

 i have a question For the OC curve optimizer,


Hi,Which software should I trust for the prefered core and OC optimizer? Seems the informations are quite different. My bet is Ryzen master but just in case...

is it right :

In bios (0 to 11)
1 & 8 best
5 & 11 ""second best"
Is that correct?
Thanks

 

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cyberloner
Adept III

it was random.... not your choosing... you need tweak one by one and run corecycler to find the stable core with lowest negative point.......

if gaming likely it like to crash with whea error.... but stable with corecycler...... need tweak your own for stability...

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In Ryzen master it's always those cores which are displayed as the best one

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I know this is not an answer to the question you asked, however you might find it helpful.

In HWMonitor64:

Go into the summary section.

The Panel to the left lists an item "Central Processors".     Expand that.

Now below you should see your processor listed.                Expand that as well.

In the panel on the right, you should see if you scroll down an item called  "Core Performance Order(CPPC).

There it lists your cores in order, best to worst.

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That was my question actually. But i wanted to know if i can use ryzen master. Also i have - 30 all cores except the 4 best at - 15

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