I would like to buy a Ryzen (3, 5 or 7) but I would like to reduce the TDP to 35W (because I can't find Ryzen 4000 GE).
I would like to know if all Ryzen (2000, 3000, 4000) can be lowered at 35W ? With any motherboard ?
Is there a list of compatible processors with lower TDP ?
Thank you !
You can manually underclock it, cap the multiplier and voltage to very low levels, using Ryzen Master to show the power consumption. Most B and all X series motherboards will be able to accomplish this, though it will take some trial and error to obtain the optimal speed and voltage settings for 35w.
Thank you ! I'm using Linux, is there an alternative for Linux ? This is why I would like to configure it from BIOS, simply by changing the TDP value.
As soon as you manually under clock it, it is still going to be an all core clock and thus likely raise the voltage higher if left on auto than if you just left the processor at defaults.
I know of no way to manage this from within Linux.
The new generation BIOSs have TDP limit support. You can give a limit you want to the system with the BIOS. By following this method, you will not lose single core performance.