Guru3D Content ClockTuner 2.0 for Ryzen (CTR) Guide and download

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Feb 3, 2021.

  1. sweeseng85

    sweeseng85 New Member

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    Hi Guy ,

    Current my system is running 5900X with X570 Unify mobo ..

    During diagnostic run or tune P1 and P2 , always show "please increase voltage to compensation "...but my Vdrop level fall on 3.8 - 4.1 %

    Should I need to change the LLC from auto to LLC 3 ?
     
  2. trieste915

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    Yeah I probably should have re-worded this a bit better. And even now I think it doesn't really matter, the true power saver is the operation of C states.

    I'm going to experiment with setting P2 profile all the way down to 0% CCX... see if I retain the snappiness. That's because I hit highest clocks with P2, not PBO.
     
  3. TycStyle

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    hi @1usmus
    First of all, awesome job with all of the releases :)
    I do have a simpleton question though. My machine has rebooted during diagnostic and tune phases (randomly). The diagnotics reboot did not seem to really "halt" the process, but the one during tuning did, since after reboot/login, nothing seems to have happened.
    I did save the diagnostics in a text file, is there anything I should/can do manually or how can I be 100% successful? :) Because I don't have anything to "fill" into profile 1.
    R7 5800X is the cpu at hand.

    Thanks again
    TycStyle
     
  4. kenadelaide

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    hello guys,
    in ctr2.0 guide it says I should set performance enhancer to disable, but I don't have "disable" under it, I only have default, should I select default? btw, I'm running 5900x on asus x570 - f
    and when I'm using ctr2.0 tuner to diagnostic & tune, my computer will always restart at some stage, how can I solve this?
    thx guys
     

  5. HARDRESET

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    XenthorX Ancient Guru

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  7. HARDRESET

    HARDRESET Master Guru

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  8. exist2resist

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    I have a weird issue where Ctr2.0 is not reporting any CCX2 values.
    Anyone else seen this before?
    Also when I run Diagnostic it stops after Pheonix and doesn't do the second Cinebench run.
    upload_2021-2-17_21-41-0.png
     
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  9. kapu

    kapu Ancient Guru

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    You have 1 CCD so there isnt CCX2 on your chip. 8 core cpu 8 cores reported. Working as intended.
     
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  10. Kill4L

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    hello, any plans to support mobile cpus? like AMD 5900HX ?
     

  11. manulix

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    Hi Guys,

    I've a 3600X Silver Sample, just finished diagnostics I start the "Tune" and when it's done clocktuner crashed and it's stopped.

    Could you help me figure out if there's anything wrong?

    Since that it's stopped, how I can proceed? (I should do it again?)

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    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.0 RC3 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core Processor
    ASUS ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING (WI-FI)
    BIOS ver. 1202 SMU ver. 46.65.00
    TABLE ver. 2361603
    DRAM speed 3200 MHz
    02/22/2021 15:25:05


    Phoenix ready!
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 3709
    Voltage: 1.382 V PPT: 95.8 W Temperature: 68.8°
    15:27:10: Silicon FIT measurement started...
    15:27:39: Silicon FIT measurement done!
    15:27:39: Stress test stopped.

    CCX coefficients
    CCX# 1 1 CPPC 126
    CCX# 2 0 CPPC 116


    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4050MHz
    Reference voltage: 1225 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV


    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    15:27:40: CCX1 (126): 4050 MHz, 1225 mV
    15:27:40: CCX2 (116): 4050 MHz, 1225 mV
    15:27:41: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1225 mV
    15:27:42: Stress test 1 started...
    15:28:16: Stress test stopped.
    15:28:18: Stress test 2 started...
    15:28:52: Stress test stopped.
    15:28:53: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1219 mV
    15:28:54: Stress test 1 started...
    15:29:28: Stress test stopped.
    15:29:29: Stress test 2 started...
    15:30:04: Stress test stopped.
    15:30:04: Step# 3. Diagnostic VID: 1213 mV
    15:30:05: Stress test 1 started...
    15:30:39: Stress test stopped.
    15:30:41: Stress test 2 started...
    15:31:15: Stress test stopped.
    15:31:16: Step# 4. Diagnostic VID: 1207 mV
    15:31:17: Stress test 1 started...
    15:31:51: Stress test stopped.
    15:31:52: Stress test 2 started...
    15:32:26: Stress test stopped.
    15:32:27: Step# 5. Diagnostic VID: 1201 mV
    15:32:28: Stress test 1 started...
    15:33:02: Stress test stopped.
    15:33:04: Stress test 2 started...
    15:33:38: Stress test stopped.
    15:33:38: Step# 6. Diagnostic VID: 1195 mV
    15:33:39: Stress test 1 started...
    15:34:14: Stress test stopped.
    15:34:15: Stress test 2 started...
    15:34:49: Stress test stopped.
    15:34:50: Step# 7. Diagnostic VID: 1189 mV
    15:34:51: Stress test 1 started...
    15:35:25: Stress test stopped.
    15:35:26: Stress test 2 started...
    15:36:01: Stress test stopped.
    15:36:01: Step# 8. Diagnostic VID: 1183 mV
    15:36:02: Stress test 1 started...
    15:36:36: Stress test stopped.
    15:36:38: Stress test 2 started...
    15:37:12: Stress test stopped.
    15:37:12: Step# 9. Diagnostic VID: 1177 mV
    15:37:13: Stress test 1 started...
    15:37:48: Stress test stopped.
    15:37:49: Stress test 2 started...
    15:38:23: Stress test stopped.
    15:38:24: Step# 10. Diagnostic VID: 1171 mV
    15:38:25: Stress test 1 started...
    15:38:59: Stress test stopped.
    15:39:00: Stress test 2 started...
    15:39:35: Stress test stopped.
    15:39:35: Step# 11. Diagnostic VID: 1165 mV
    15:39:36: Stress test 1 started...
    15:40:10: Stress test stopped.
    15:40:12: Stress test 2 started...
    15:40:46: Stress test stopped.
    15:40:47: Step# 12. Diagnostic VID: 1159 mV
    15:40:48: Stress test 1 started...
    15:41:22: Stress test stopped.
    15:41:23: Stress test 2 started...
    15:41:57: Stress test stopped.
    15:41:58: Step# 13. Diagnostic VID: 1153 mV
    15:41:59: Stress test 1 started...
    15:42:33: Stress test stopped.
    15:42:35: Stress test 2 started...
    15:43:09: Stress test stopped.
    15:43:09: Step# 14. Diagnostic VID: 1147 mV
    15:43:10: Stress test 1 started...
    15:43:45: Stress test stopped.
    15:43:46: Stress test 2 started...
    15:44:20: Stress test stopped.
    15:44:21: Step# 15. Diagnostic VID: 1141 mV
    15:44:22: Stress test 1 started...
    15:44:56: Stress test stopped.
    15:44:58: Stress test 2 started...
    15:45:32: Stress test stopped.
    15:45:32: Step# 16. Diagnostic VID: 1135 mV
    15:45:33: Stress test 1 started...
    15:46:07: Stress test stopped.
    15:46:09: Stress test 2 started...
    15:46:43: Stress test stopped.
    15:46:44: Step# 17. Diagnostic VID: 1129 mV
    15:46:45: Stress test 1 started...
    15:47:19: Stress test stopped.
    15:47:20: Stress test 2 started...
    15:47:55: Stress test stopped.
    15:47:55: Step# 18. Diagnostic VID: 1123 mV
    15:47:56: Stress test 1 started...
    15:48:30: Stress test stopped.
    15:48:32: Stress test 2 started...
    15:49:06: Stress test stopped.
    15:49:06: Step# 19. Diagnostic VID: 1117 mV
    15:49:07: Stress test 1 started...
    15:49:42: Stress test stopped.
    15:49:43: Stress test 2 started...
    15:50:17: Stress test stopped.
    15:50:18: Step# 20. Diagnostic VID: 1111 mV
    15:50:19: Stress test 1 started...
    15:50:53: Stress test stopped.
    15:50:55: Stress test 2 started...
    15:51:29: Stress test stopped.
    15:51:29: Step# 21. Diagnostic VID: 1105 mV
    15:51:30: Stress test 1 started...
    15:52:04: Stress test stopped.
    15:52:06: Stress test 2 started...
    15:52:40: Stress test stopped.
    15:52:41: Step# 22. Diagnostic VID: 1099 mV
    15:52:42: Stress test 1 started...
    15:53:16: Stress test stopped.
    15:53:18: Stress test 2 started...
    15:53:52: Stress test stopped.
    15:53:52: Step# 23. Diagnostic VID: 1093 mV
    15:53:53: Stress test 1 started...
    15:54:09: Thread# 0 fall down!
    15:54:09: Stress test stopped.
    15:54:10: Step# 24. Diagnostic VID: 1099 mV


    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core Processor
    Max temperature: 59,6°
    Energy efficient: 3,69
    Your CPU is SILVER SAMPLE
    Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Reference frequency: 4250 MHz
    Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1350 mV
    Reference frequency: 4375 MHz
    Recomended values for undervolting:
    Reference voltage: 1175 mV
    Reference frequency: 4100 MHz

    Phoenix deactivated!
    Phoenix ready!



    AVX Light mode
    Cycle time: 360000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4250 MHz
    CCX delta: 25 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Target voltage: 1250 mV

    Manual overclocking mode enabled

    Step# 1
    16:13:23: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:13:23: CCX1 (126): 4250 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:13:23: CCX2 (116): 4250 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:13:24: Stress test #1 started...
    16:13:27: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 49,5°
    16:15:00: Stress test stopped.
    16:15:02: Stress test #2 started...
    16:15:05: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 52,5°
    16:16:37: Stress test stopped.
    16:16:39: Stress test #3 started...
    16:16:42: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 51,7°
    16:18:14: Stress test stopped.
    16:18:16: Stress test #4 started...
    16:18:19: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,2°
    16:19:51: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 2
    16:19:52: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:19:52: CCX1 (126): 4250 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:19:52: CCX2 (116): 4250 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:19:53: Stress test #1 started...
    16:19:57: CPU Vdroop: 1,4 % temperature: 53,5°
    16:21:29: Stress test stopped.
    16:21:30: Stress test #2 started...
    16:21:34: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,4°
    16:23:06: Stress test stopped.
    16:23:07: Stress test #3 started...
    16:23:11: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52°
    16:24:43: Stress test stopped.
    16:24:44: Stress test #4 started...
    16:24:48: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,2°
    16:26:20: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 3
    16:26:21: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:26:21: CCX1 (126): 4275 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:26:21: CCX2 (116): 4275 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:26:22: Stress test #1 started...
    16:26:25: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,8°
    16:27:57: Stress test stopped.
    16:27:59: Stress test #2 started...
    16:28:02: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 53,8°
    16:29:34: Stress test stopped.
    16:29:36: Stress test #3 started...
    16:29:39: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 53°
    16:31:11: Stress test stopped.
    16:31:13: Stress test #4 started...
    16:31:16: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,5°
    16:32:48: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 4
    16:32:49: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:32:49: CCX1 (126): 4275 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:32:49: CCX2 (116): 4275 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:32:50: Stress test #1 started...
    16:32:54: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,8°
    16:34:26: Stress test stopped.
    16:34:27: Stress test #2 started...
    16:34:31: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,5°
    16:36:03: Stress test stopped.
    16:36:04: Stress test #3 started...
    16:36:08: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,8°
    16:37:40: Stress test stopped.
    16:37:41: Stress test #4 started...
    16:37:45: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 51,9°
    16:39:17: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 5
    16:39:18: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:39:18: CCX1 (126): 4300 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:39:18: CCX2 (116): 4300 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:39:19: Stress test #1 started...
    16:39:23: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 54,5°
    16:40:54: Stress test stopped.
    16:40:56: Stress test #2 started...
    16:41:00: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,9°
    16:42:31: Stress test stopped.
    16:42:33: Stress test #3 started...
    16:42:37: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,8°
    16:44:08: Stress test stopped.
    16:44:10: Stress test #4 started...
    16:44:14: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,9°
    16:45:46: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 6
    16:45:47: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:45:47: CCX1 (126): 4300 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:45:47: CCX2 (116): 4300 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:45:48: Stress test #1 started...
    16:45:51: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,9°
    16:47:23: Stress test stopped.
    16:47:25: Stress test #2 started...
    16:47:28: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,7°
    16:49:00: Stress test stopped.
    16:49:02: Stress test #3 started...
    16:49:05: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,1°
    16:50:37: Stress test stopped.
    16:50:39: Stress test #4 started...
    16:50:42: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,1°
    16:52:14: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 7
    16:52:16: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:52:16: CCX1 (126): 4325 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:52:16: CCX2 (116): 4325 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    16:52:17: Stress test #1 started...
    16:52:20: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54,3°
    16:53:52: Stress test stopped.
    16:53:54: Stress test #2 started...
    16:53:57: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 54,1°
    16:55:29: Stress test stopped.
    16:55:31: Stress test #3 started...
    16:55:34: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,7°
    16:57:06: Stress test stopped.
    16:57:08: Stress test #4 started...
    16:57:11: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,5°
    16:58:43: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 8
    16:58:44: WHEA-counter: 1
    16:58:44: CCX1 (126): 4325 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:58:44: CCX2 (116): 4325 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    16:58:45: Stress test #1 started...
    16:58:49: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54,1°
    17:00:21: Stress test stopped.
    17:00:22: Stress test #2 started...
    17:00:26: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,7°
    17:01:58: Stress test stopped.
    17:01:59: Stress test #3 started...
    17:02:03: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,4°
    17:03:35: Stress test stopped.
    17:03:37: Stress test #4 started...
    17:03:40: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,5°
    17:05:12: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 9
    17:05:13: WHEA-counter: 1
    17:05:13: CCX1 (126): 4350 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    17:05:13: CCX2 (116): 4350 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    17:05:14: Stress test #1 started...
    17:05:18: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54,2°
    17:06:50: Stress test stopped.
    17:06:51: Stress test #2 started...
    17:06:55: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 54°
    17:07:13: CCX1 overclocking failure detected!
    17:07:13: Thread# 0 fall down!
    17:07:13: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 10
    17:07:15: WHEA-counter: 1
    17:07:15: CCX1 (126): 4325 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    17:07:15: CCX2 (116): 4350 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    17:07:16: Stress test #1 started...
    17:07:19: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54,3°
    17:08:51: Stress test stopped.
    17:08:53: Stress test #2 started...
    17:08:56: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 53,8°
    17:10:28: Stress test stopped.
    17:10:29: Stress test #3 started...
    17:10:33: CPU Vdroop: 1,7 % temperature: 52,5°
    17:12:05: Stress test stopped.
    17:12:07: Stress test #4 started...
    17:12:10: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,5°
    17:13:42: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 11
    17:13:43: WHEA-counter: 1
    17:13:43: CCX1 (126): 4325 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    17:13:43: CCX2 (116): 4350 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    17:13:44: Stress test #1 started...
    17:13:48: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54,2°
    17:15:20: Stress test stopped.
    17:15:21: Stress test #2 started...
    17:15:25: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 53,6°
    17:16:18: CCX2 overclocking failure detected!
    17:16:18: Thread# 7 fall down!
    17:16:18: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 12
    17:16:20: WHEA-counter: 1
    17:16:20: CCX1 (126): 4325 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    17:16:20: CCX2 (116): 4325 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    17:16:21: Stress test #1 started...
    17:16:25: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 54°
    17:17:56: Stress test stopped.
    17:17:58: Stress test #2 started...
    17:18:02: CPU Vdroop: 1,8 % temperature: 53,6°
    17:19:33: Stress test stopped.
    17:19:35: Stress test #3 started...
    17:19:39: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 52,3°
    17:21:11: Stress test stopped.
    17:21:12: Stress test #4 started...
    17:21:16: CPU Vdroop: 1,6 % temperature: 51,4°
    17:22:48: Stress test stopped.

    Penalties for the final profile: level 1
    17:22:49: CCX1 (126): 4300 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    17:22:49: CCX2 (116): 4300 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 3849
    Voltage: 1.25 V PPT: 79.9 W Temperature: 62.8°
    Phoenix deactivated!
     
  12. tomato884

    tomato884 New Member

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    Where can I find
    • Performance Enhancer - Disabled only.
    on my Asus UEFI?

    the only thing I find can't be disabled, only "default" or some levels
     
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  13. Raiden5566

    Raiden5566 New Member

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    @Hilbert Hagedoorn CTR is awesome. But I wonder if it is possible to do a CHECK before the CTR starts working, just like the BIOS does. I upgraded from a 5600x to a 5800x yesterday and I only remembered to turn off autorun, but as soon as I turned on CTR, my CPU died after about 5 seconds. Now I have to run RMA.
     
  14. JJayzX

    JJayzX Master Guru

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    Don't see how 5600x settings could kill a 5800x and to RMA something you broke is not right.
     
  15. kapu

    kapu Ancient Guru

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    There is no way CTR killed your CPU , even you would apply max voltage which is also limited . Most likely your CPU was DOA or something else happend.

    You cleared CMOS ?
     

  16. Raiden5566

    Raiden5566 New Member

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    Yes, I did. All settings should be AUTO.
    I don't think My 5600x's P2 with 1370mv/4700 was too high to 5800x.
    (EDC PPT TDC are default, max temp is 90)
    I don't see either.
    If this value is a reasonable overclocking range, and CTR does not adjust some hidden values/settings,
    that is, the CPU is damaged under normal operation. Doesn't it?
     
  17. kapu

    kapu Ancient Guru

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    You should rma it. You are just unlucky. I wouldn't search for different answers
     
  18. Yüx

    Yüx New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    i am proud owner of a ryzen 5900x with a noctua nhd15.
    my profile p1 settings are ccx1 4500, ccx2 4425 with 1181mv, i have no settings in p2.

    Would be a problem, if the cpu is only running on p1?
    the cpu is really cold in idle (35°C), a couple of cb 20 runs (72°C), i am really happy with the temperature.
     
  19. M4rc4SF

    M4rc4SF New Member

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    I have a 5900x and I just ran "diagnostic" in Clock Tuner 2 to see what is my CPU tier and after about 10-15 minutes of diagnostics my PC rebooted itself. I dont know if this is "intended" for this tools or something is wrong?
     
  20. guilamu

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    It is intended: CTR will test your cpu to its limits and it will crash when it reach its limit. Just wait for the reboot to happen, DO NOT TOUCH ANYTHING, wait up to 2 minutes, CTR will restart automatically and finish its tests.

    I have no idea why this is not clearly explained anywhere, took me a while to figure this out.
     
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