7 Replies Latest reply on Jul 6, 2018 12:45 PM by dam20

    new to ryzen, is this normal?

    dam20

      Hi all, the other day I've upgraded my pc to a ryzen 2700x, before I had an fx8320 always overclocked at 4.5, never used turbo boost, so I'm kind new to this feature.

      After setting ram and installing every driver I run into a issue, the base clock of my cpu is rarely under 3.9, always at 4.0, with random drops to 2.5~ in idle, is this normal?

      Temps are pretty high too, 38 to 50 in idle with an Arctic Liquid Freezer 120, maybe I used to much paste?

      The uefi bios is all stock, I have only the doccp profile enable for ram speed (3466 for now).

      Using ryzen master in auto doesn't change the clock at all, only with manual.

      During tests in prime95 the cpu hit 61 degrees and only 3.9ghz.

       

      PC:

      -ASUS Crosshair VII Hero X470  0702 (using 2 power cables)

      -Ryzen 7 2700x  Chipset 18.10.0601

      -Arctic Liquid Freezer 120

      -2x8gb G.Skill F4-3600C15D-16GTZ (3466)

      -XFX RX480 GTR BE  Driver 18.5.1

      -XFX XTR 750W

        • Re: new to ryzen, is this normal?
          dam20

          Anyone?

            • Re: new to ryzen, is this normal?
              misterj

              dam20, I would suggest you open your UEFI and Load UEFI Defaults.  If this fails, then follow your MB manual and do a Clear CMOS.  Make sure you are running normally before you attempt any OCing.  If  Ryzen Master has an auto-start mode to OC on W10 loading, then remove it via Settings-Apps.  Enjoy, John.

            • Re: new to ryzen, is this normal?
              netherrealm

              I doubt you used too much paste, if you did you'd more likely have killed you MoBo.

               

              I don't overclock my RAM by much, just enough to match up their different frequencies... (I have 2 sticks at 2 different frequencies but they aren't far off from each other), my cpu does sit at a much lower clock than that, though I do have a lot of stuff running at all times, though I an hardly ever at even 3.5-3.7 GHz at any time, my PC does idle a lot though, perhaps the ML engine is having issues? Perhaps if you give it some time it will sort out???

               

              All gen 2 ryzen CPUs have the Machine learning for overclocking inside, though as for how it works and whatever is beyond my understanding... My guess is that it is trying to actively learn how to run and this is one of its learning sessions? I dunno... Your best bet beyond me would be someone who knows more about the ryzen 7 lineup, though if all else fails try contacting support.