never mind i just find the solution by overclocking via p0 state...al is ok now idle clocks are on
That's good to hear! Depending on your BIOS and motherboard manufacturer, pay attention to the actual OC on subsequent cold boots. I've seen some issues where current beta BIOS' are not holding on to the Pstate values and would have to be redone after every coldboot.
Can you please explain more about the two types of OC that you tried?
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ok lets see...first time i rised multiplayer to 3.9 ghz and didnt had nice results...
then i found this post and there i get how to overclock via another way which is P0 state....just read this post and you will get the thing like me...
here is the post url if is not the problem to post here...
and here is the solution for stable and correct overclock
I can fix this.
You need to do a p-state overclock and use + offset for the voltage.
So set CPU voltage to offset and type in 0.025 for the voltage (this will give you 1.375v later, but read on).
Then go into Advanced > AMD cbs - it's near the bottom.
Disable core boost, enable global c-state control.
Then go to custom core p-state.
Go to p-state 0 and change the top value only to whatever overclock you want. 9C is 3.9ghz, a0 is 4ghz.
Edit: Rest are - 90 - 3600mhz, 91 = 3625, 92 = 3650, 93 = 3675, 94 = 3700, 95 = 3725, 96 = 3750, 97 = 3775, 98 = 3800, 99 = 3825, 9a = 3850, 9b = 3875, 9c = 3900, 9d = 3925, 9e = 3950, 9f = 3975, a0 = 4000, a1 = 4025, a2 = 4050, a3 = 4075, a4 = 4100, a5 = 4125, a6 = 4150, a7 = 4175, a8 = 4200 = a9 = 4225, aa = 4250, ab = 4275, ac = 4300.
You can see it's going to apply 1.35v as default, that's why we set 0.025v in the first screen, since it will combine 1.35v + 0.025v to give you 1.375v like you wanted.
Leave all of the other p-states set to auto!
Save, reboot, use Ryzen balanced power plan, turn minimum processor state down to 20% or so, job done.
Have a great weekend!