Hello AMD Community!
I'm using Ryzen Master as my choice to OC my CPU (Ryzen 5 1600). I like enabling/disabling OC on the fly and profiles. But I've found a bug in Ryzen Master.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Run your PC at stock speed (3.20Ghz for R5 1600).
2. Run Cinebench (for example, as a test) - CPU boosts clock to 3.40Ghz (Now, for some reason, my CPU does not boost to 3.60Ghz, but this is another question).
4. Run Ryzen Master, apply default profile (so 3.20Ghz).
5. Run Cinebench - again, boosts to 3.40Ghz.
6. Apply OC with Ryzen Master - for me, it is a profile at 3.80Ghz and 1.25625v - stable for 1h in RealBench Stress Test
7. Run Cinebench - Ryzen now works at 3.80Ghz correctly.
8. Apply default (3.20Ghz) profile.
9. Run Cinebench.
Expected results: Ryzen CPU with turbo boost over 3.20Ghz (3.40Ghz in my case).
What happened: Ryzen CPU does not boost over 3.20Ghz. It's not locked at 3.20Ghz, it goes lower when idle, but it will not apply turbo boost.
Restart solves the issue.
Ryzen 5 1600
MSI B350 PC Mate
Corsair CMK32GX4M4C3000C15 - two dices, so 16GB, XMP Profile 2 at 2933Mhz
AORUS RX 580 8GB
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (also previous Windows 10 versions)
Restart to obtain your default bios settings.
Load Windows, open RMT and save current settings to profile 1.
Load now apply your OC settings and save them to profile 2.
Now test Cinebench and try switching between the two profiles.