I bought the AMD Ryzen 7 1700X it works at 3.4 Ghz at base clock.
My question is: How do I set the processor to work at Boost clock: 3.8Ghz?
I also bought an MSI Gaming B450 Gaming PRO Carbon AC.
Everything is working properly. But I would like to know how does the Boost clock at 3.8 Ghz works. I really has never seen the processor working at the speed.
Do I have to overclock it in the BIOS?, or does this processor work like competition Turbo Boost?
I also know that if I want to overclock the CPU, first I have to connect an addition Processor power from the Power supply. I really have a power supply capable with this power adapter. Though it is not connected yet. My computer works fine. I said all this, just to let you know I am aware of that.
Again, please help me how to I do set the CPU to run at 3.8 Ghz instead of running at 3.4 Ghz. I mean, to just leave the CPU constantly working at 3.8 Ghz.
Please help me out?
joselbrear, AMD has designed a system to do what is needed for the user. You can bypass some aspects but not all. Please post a screenshot of Ryzen Master (RM) - simply drag-n-drop the image to your reply. I am not an OCer but hopefully can help you see around AMD and RM. Please also post you specifications - I'm not inclined to read your MB manual. Thanks and enjoy, John.
I know the AMD Ryzen 7 1700X goes to 3.4 Ghz (Base clock) but it also says 3.8 Ghz precision boost. How and when does the precision boot (3.8 Ghz) works on this processor?
Please explain me this.
Because the competition processor has Turbo Boost automatically. Does AMD Ryzen processors have the Precision boost automatically activated?
Also I want to know the difference between Precision boost and OC on AMD Ryzen processors.
Please help me out!!!
How do I see in action de 3.8 Ghz on a AMD Ryzen 7 1700X? The thing is that, with the competition processor and can see it with the Turbo Boost 2.0 application.... But I can not see it with my AMD Ryzen 7 1700X. Please help me out...
No problem, softprogram, no harm. I did get a note from a moderator that your post (and looks like mine) were removed. So, that is where they went, certainly not removed by me - I have no such power. You did not upset me, just thought you had posted in the wrong Forum. Enjoy, John.