1usmus Custom Power Plan for Ryzen 3000 Download

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    On my ASUS X370-Prime I don't have any of the 3 bottom options:
    • CPPC Preferred Cores = Enabled
    • AMD Cool'n'Quiet = Enabled
    • PPC Adjustment = PState 0
    The rest do exist, but they seem to have no effect...

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    Or maybe they are going to be introduced in 1.0.0.4 ?
     
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  3. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    He developed it with AGESA 1.0.0.4В, so chances are you'll need a firmware upgrade. However, what shows up in a BIOS is partly responsible of the mobo manufacturer as well.
     
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    wavetrex Master Guru

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    Well, in that case I'll see in a few weeks, after the new firmware/agesa is released, if this applies to older mobo as well.

    TBH I don't feel the need to change ye olde X370, CPU is working just fine on it with benchmark results within 1-2% of people with X570 (sometimes even faster!) So nothing to complain there !
     

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    Yeah. I have the 1003ABBA and No performance increase for my 3600. MSI have not released the new 10004 bios for my board just yet. End of November, think I read somewhere. :)
     
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    Yes, agreed. Thank You!! Appreciate all your efforts.
     
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    Nice, thanks for hosting this Hilbert. Will check back once my board (CH6) gets the new 1004 AGESA.

    Looks promising though.
     
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    Update - With the latest Windows 10 (1903?), freshly installed, and everything updated to the bleeding edge... it still doesn't lock threads to core (they continue to jump around) and this profile profile has zero effect.

    The only thing missing is AGESA 1.0.0.4 (my mobo is still on Dancing Queen one...)
    I'm guessing it only works with it.
     

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    you need 1909 for the "multiple preferred cores" changes.

    or else it'll still hop around CCD's.

    The power profile has absolutely no impact on how the windows kernel throws tasks to cores.
     
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    This powerplan boosted my Ryzen 3600's original Cinebench R20 score from 3500 to 3520!
     
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    Just upgraded to gigabytes f10a bios yesterday and I will be taking this power plan for a hella spin today.

    Loving the added influx of interest in the idea of power and core clocks for Ryzen support...!!
     
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    Wow gigabyte is truly showing up the motherboard manufacturers these days.

    New BIOS dropped on the first .
     
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    Well I got the latest Bios now 1004B. My 3600 does not show any more performance currently but I decided to check out some of the new features and in PBO I managed to underclock all cores to 546Mhz.
    Damn, I thought I had swopped in a penty4 1.8 Willamette. :)
     

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    When I was implementing PowerPlanExplorer utility I dived into Win API functions related to power plans, power management and I got impression that Windows has to support any setting in power plan. (For Intel Windows uses intelppm.sys driver, for AMD - amdppm.sys.) I mean you can`t add new setting to power plan without support from Windows itself. If that assumption is true, new BIOS can`t help in case Windows does not support setting for power plan.
     
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    For sure, if nothing else the new Bios 1004B are great for really faster boot times.
    I guess there is still some way to go before we get a final version.
    But lets not forget that some previous Bios had properties that Unlocked certain locked SOC's.
    Which may be in that case the best to stick with. :)
     

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