11 Replies Latest reply on Jun 4, 2018 9:15 AM by digitelle

    1800x, Ryzen master showing 4 cores disabled and I cant enable them, is the software wrong?

    tapandkill

           Just got an 1800x, tried out that Ryzen master thing to try an overclock, and now the default profile is set to 4 cores disabled at 3.7 ghz, and you cant change the default. Any time I use another profile to enable the cores I get the message "Number Of Cores Disabled Lesser Than Current Cannot Be Applied. This Requires Power Cycle" If I go into the bios and restore to defaults, it still says its got 4 cores disabled and I get the same message when I try to change it. core temp doesnt even recognize the 1800x so I cant figure out if its the ryzen master. I have a 980ti, gigabyte ab350, 16 gigs G.Skill AEGIS Ram.

        • Re: 1800x, Ryzen master showing 4 cores disabled and I cant enable them, is the software wrong?
          bluzbrother

          I uninstalled the program, reset the bios, used windows restore point... nothing fixes this for me. The Apply button goes away, and I get that same message "Number Of Cores Disabled Lesser Than Current Cannot Be Applied. This Requires Power Cycle".

          • Re: 1800x, Ryzen master showing 4 cores disabled and I cant enable them, is the software wrong?
            kingwingy

            ok guys same thing here i tried all mentioned tips and nothing to avail my probolem so i did this as one of you said

             

             

            Don't know if it will help or not, but I tried everything mentioned above and nothing worked.

            I then read on another site that windows itself (windows 10 here) changes a setting...

            So off into msconfig I went, to the "boot" tab, then "Advanced options" and UNTICKED the "Number of processors"

            Imagine my surprise and delight when suddenly I got all my cores back.

             

             

            this worked for me but i would for sure if you havent already unistall ryzen master thuis program is junk and as i have been learning if you can oc in your bios you probably shouldnt be overclocking just yet anyways man the little boost isnt worth bricking you nice things guys happy clocking and play safe guys

            BIG THANKS TO

            • Re: 1800x, Ryzen master showing 4 cores disabled and I cant enable them, is the software wrong?
              digitelle

              I am running a Ryzen 7 2700x. I wanted to see what this thing could do and play with some new software, as I usually do with any new hardware. Obviously the conclusion was still using BIOS to manipulate any type of OC settings. I was able to recreate the issue addressed here. I was reduced to 4 of 8 cores with 4 being disabled in the Ryzen Master software.

               

              The solution is much easier than anyone has mentioned here and it took me a while to find as we tend to complicate issues more than they need to be.

               

              There is a button on the "Current Settings" tab in Ryzen Master, it is in the upper right side of the window and it is labelled "Default".

              Click the Default button, reboot and you have all your cores enabled again.