Ausu strixs b450-f gaming motherboard with Ryzen 7 2700x OC'ed to 4.2ghz ram is G-skill TridentZ RGB 3200 OC'ed to 3400 stress tests temps get to 75c and hold there very happy with my new system so far after a rock start and a couple foobars
graymin, please tell us what version of Ryzen Master you have and DL and install a fresh copy after removing the current one. What OS are you running? Enjoy, John.
Windows 10 pro new install
Ryzen Master version is 1.5.3.0902
Just downloaded from AMD yesterday
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Hi graymin and misterj
With ASUS Prime X370-Pro and Ryzen 7 2700X OCed to 4.1Ghz can't see neither PPT TDC EDC PTC values in Ryzen Master 1.5 under Windows 10 1809
It seems that the problem comes when the CPU is OCed through BIOS.
I never tried to OC through Ryzen Master, maybe the values are visible in that way
Thanks, billy72. Does it change if PBO is enabled? graymin, did you OC via BOIS? Thanks and enjoy, John.
Yes bios oc first then I found ryzen master program
graymin, I recommend that you do a Clear CMOS and then open Ryzen Master (RM) and do your OCing. Please tell us if this helps and post a screenshot. Enjoy, John.
Oc works ok but cant oc the ram without
Allowing it in bios and if I do that the it don't report the other info
From latest v4207 BIOS, currently installed, the PBO option is hidden and I don't know if it's enabled or working (ASUS has decided this for many motherboards of the B350 X370 and X470 series).
An screenshot without OC
That did the trick shorted the reset pins and using Ryzen Master program to OC the ram was a bit tricky had to change the CL settings and such not sure if I got it right yet for 3200 Mhz and then there is the EDC at 100% do I have to worry about that ??
sorry, I'm got no experience OC'ing my system through Ryzen Master, never did it like that, when I want OC always use BIOS settings changing TPU>Keep Current Settings to TPU>TPU II because is the fastest and easiest way for me, I'm not an advanced OC'er nor advanced Ryzen Master user.
and then there is the EDC at 100% do I have to worry about that ??
with previous versions of BIOS e.g. 4024 and earlier I observed that EDC almost always went 100% when PBO was set to Auto in BIOS and selected High Performance as power plan in Windows but with the latest version 4207 and without PBO option in BIOS I have observed that EDC only reaches the 90 or 100% when the performance demands are high, then I did not worry about it but I can not tell you not to worry, I think ASUS technical support has the right answer
graymin, I am not an OCer, but you do need to worry about EDC. Please DL this document: ryzen-master-quick-reference-guide.pdf (please search for it). It will explain EDC and lots of other things - the best I have found. When EDC, PPT and TDC get near 100%, the CPU voltage and clocks are reduced. Raising these limits allows more current and more power to be used. Please watch your temperature, but it looks good right now. If the CPU temperature gets near the Max (85C), Vcore and Clocks will be reduced. Only do here what you are comfortable with here and read all AMD warnings. Here are your specifications:
Here is Cinebench tuning I was doing. PPT exceeded 100% and I adjusted it:
Notice that PBO must be Enabled to do this. On my processor, EDC is not supported and I will need to try to change that. I actually did not OC, I just allowed more room for power and current. I am curious why you are not using an XMP for your memory? Please DL the free Thaiphoon Burner and post a screenshot. Enjoy, John.
Post a screen shot of what?
And I am trying to do everything from the ryzen master program , XMP ? trying not to go bios although I had better results when doing so still playing around:) this b450 and ryzen2700x with tridentZ rgb 3200 ram is a fast system just trying for the best all around OC
Sorry, graymin, forgot the link to Thaiphoon Burner, here. It will provide you all the parameters. Enjoy, John.
Yep got it thanks
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