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

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  1. Spawney

    Spawney New Member

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    For some reason I cannot get diagnostic to complete. it always fails on thread 4 fall down.

    PBO - Auto
    CPU Multiplier - Auto
    Performance Regulator ( I assume this is the same as performance enhancer) - Disabled
    CPPC - Enabled
    CPPC Preferred Cores - Enabled
    Global C State Control - Enabled

    If anyone has any ideas it would be much appreciated, Thanks

    Logs below:

    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.0 RC3 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core Processor
    MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS (MS-7C37)
    BIOS ver. A.C0 SMU ver. 56.44.00
    TABLE ver. 3672324
    DRAM speed 3600 MHz
    02/28/2021 15:18:22


    Phoenix ready!
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 4144
    Voltage: 1.186 V PPT: 76 W Temperature: 66.8°
    15:20:07: Silicon FIT measurement started...
    15:20:35: Silicon FIT measurement done!
    15:20:35: Stress test stopped.


    Default curve coefficients
    CORE#1 0 CPPC 125
    CORE#2 2 CPPC 133
    CORE#3 0 CPPC 129
    CORE#4 2 CPPC 140
    CORE#5 3 CPPC 140
    CORE#6 1 CPPC 137


    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4375MHz
    Reference voltage: 1187 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV


    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    15:20:36: CCX1 (125): 4375 MHz, 1187 mV
    15:20:37: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1187 mV
    15:20:38: Stress test 1 started...
    15:20:44: CCX1 VID injection: 1.3%
    15:20:44: Thread# 6 fall down!
    15:20:44: Stress test stopped.
    15:20:45: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1193 mV


    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core Processor
    Max temperature: 68°
    Energy efficient: 3.67
    Your CPU is BRONZE SAMPLE
    Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1150 mV
    Reference frequency: 4225 MHz
    Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1300 mV
    Reference frequency: 4450 MHz
    Recomended values for undervolting:
    Reference voltage: 1025 mV
    Reference frequency: 3975 MHz

    Phoenix deactivated!
    Phoenix ready!
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 4149
    Voltage: 1.186 V PPT: 76 W Temperature: 66.8°
    15:24:58: Silicon FIT measurement started...
    15:25:26: Silicon FIT measurement done!
    15:25:26: Stress test stopped.


    Default curve coefficients
    CORE#1 0 CPPC 125
    CORE#2 2 CPPC 133
    CORE#3 0 CPPC 129
    CORE#4 2 CPPC 140
    CORE#5 3 CPPC 140
    CORE#6 2 CPPC 137


    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4375MHz
    Reference voltage: 1187 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV


    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    15:25:27: CCX1 (125): 4375 MHz, 1187 mV
    15:25:28: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1187 mV
    15:25:29: Stress test 1 started...
    15:25:35: CCX1 VID injection: 1.4%
    15:25:35: Thread# 4 fall down!
    15:25:35: Stress test stopped.
    15:25:36: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1193 mV


    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core Processor
    Max temperature: 68.4°
    Energy efficient: 3.67
    Your CPU is BRONZE SAMPLE
    Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1150 mV
    Reference frequency: 4225 MHz
    Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1300 mV
    Reference frequency: 4450 MHz
    Recomended values for undervolting:
    Reference voltage: 1025 mV
    Reference frequency: 3975 MHz

    Phoenix deactivated!
    Phoenix ready!
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 4167
    Voltage: 1.184 V PPT: 76 W Temperature: 68.6°
    15:27:41: Silicon FIT measurement started...
    15:28:09: Silicon FIT measurement done!
    15:28:09: Stress test stopped.


    Default curve coefficients
    CORE#1 0 CPPC 125
    CORE#2 1 CPPC 133
    CORE#3 0 CPPC 129
    CORE#4 2 CPPC 140
    CORE#5 3 CPPC 140
    CORE#6 1 CPPC 137


    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4375MHz
    Reference voltage: 1187 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV


    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    15:28:10: CCX1 (125): 4375 MHz, 1187 mV
    15:28:11: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1187 mV
    15:28:12: Stress test 1 started...
    15:28:18: CCX1 VID injection: 1.1%
    15:28:18: Thread# 4 fall down!
    15:28:18: Stress test stopped.
    15:28:19: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1193 mV


    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
    AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core Processor
    Max temperature: 68.4°
    Energy efficient: 3.67
    Your CPU is BRONZE SAMPLE
    Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1150 mV
    Reference frequency: 4225 MHz
    Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1300 mV
    Reference frequency: 4450 MHz
    Recomended values for undervolting:
    Reference voltage: 1025 mV
    Reference frequency: 3975 MHz

    Phoenix deactivated!
     
  2. M4rc4SF

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    Thank you man. I was really worried that something is wrong with my PC
     
  3. Irinicus

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    First of all, I have been looking through previous threads and comments and haven't been able to find a solution yet (sorry to the degree of reposting a similar thread).

    MB: B550 Aorus Master
    CPU: Ryzen 5800x
    GPU: Aorus Master 3080
    OS: Windows 64, newest update
    .net 4.8 (confirmed through powershell)

    Steps done:
    - reset BIOS to default
    - BIOS F12 tried
    - BIOS F13c tried
    - Followed the guide: https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/clocktuner-for-ryzen-ctr-guide-download,2.html
    - Tried with and without the guide BIOS settings
    - Installed Ryzen Master, cinema bench (all what the guide suggest)
    - Uninstalled all anti virus software
    - Open as admin
    - Checken /AppData/Local/A for /A folder for corrupt files (no folder with such name)
    - Tried Config Cleaner (can't find any file with such name, placement CTR 2.0 folder, I assume that is because it haven't opened once).


    When I use Windows Event viewer and open CTR .exe I get the following message:

    Faulting application name: CTR 2.0.exe, version: 2.0.0.3, time stamp: 0x6019c968Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.19041.804, time stamp: 0x4544b4a1Exception code: 0xc00000fdFault offset: 0x000000000004c01eFaulting process id: 0x3900Faulting application start time: 0x01d70e13f7189d57Faulting application path: C:\Users\k_hur\Desktop\Apps\CTR 2.0\CTR 2.0.exeFaulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dllReport Id: 9f35580e-fd06-407f-9594-148c92b861c6Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:

    Would appreciate help, thank you in advance
     
  4. wezzy

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    Hello.

    I have a 5800X and a ROG STRIX B550-F and decided to try this out after the article, however Im kinda shocked at my results.
    I did a diagnostic and I got a silver sample, later I pressed tuning without actually changing anything.

    Now I LOST 150 points in CB20, having a tuned result of 5700. System default is 5850 while a "standard" has 6000 points. What is going on here?

    Tuned the system is 106w instead of 130w default, CPU voltage is 1.256 instead of 1.39.

    I have a full custom loop with 2x 360 radiators and I dont care about lowering this or that, I want performance.

    What could be my issues that are causing this crazy results? Thank you.
     

  5. WhiteLightning

    WhiteLightning Don Illuminati Staff Member

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    I am not sure if it is of any help, but you seemed to follow the guide for the v1.0 version. for the 2.0 version the page is here> https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/clocktuner-2-for-ryzen-(ctr)-guide,1.html
     
  6. Irinicus

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    Thank you, I did actually follow the old guide.

    I double with the new guide, made sure to close down the anti virus, add to exception (which i did not try before), unfortunately it did not help.

    Anyone got any ideas in regards to my windows event viewer:
    Faulting application name: CTR 2.0.exe, version: 2.0.0.3, time stamp: 0x6019c968Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.19041.804, time stamp: 0x4544b4a1Exception code: 0xc00000fdFault offset: 0x000000000004c01eFaulting process id: 0x3900Faulting application start time: 0x01d70e13f7189d57Faulting application path: C:\Users\k_hur\Desktop\Apps\CTR 2.0\CTR 2.0.exeFaulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dllReport Id: 9f35580e-fd06-407f-9594-148c92b861c6Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
     
  7. guilamu

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    DO NOT INSTALL RC4 UNLESS YOU WANT TO LOSE ALL YOUR PROFILES AND SETTINGS FROM RC3 (you won't be able to get those back to use them with RC3 again).

    Also, I cannot use the program anymore:

    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.1 RC1 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Processor
    ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII DARK HERO
    BIOS ver. 3204 SMU ver. 00.00.00
    DRAM speed 3333 MHz
    03/04/2021 11:11:46


    11:11:47: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 6
    PMTable read failed!

    Also, Diagnostic is not working anymore:

    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.1 RC1 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Processor
    ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII DARK HERO
    BIOS ver. 3204 SMU ver. 00.00.00
    DRAM speed 3333 MHz
    03/04/2021 11:11:46


    11:11:47: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 6
    PMTable read failed!
    11:14:59: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 91
    Phoenix ready!
    11:15:00: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 91
    Cinebench R20 started
    11:17:47: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 91
    11:17:56: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 91
    Phoenix ready!
    11:17:56: CMD_REJECTED_BUSY 91
    Cinebench R20 started

    Cinebench does it's test, and that's it. Nothing happens.

    Contrary to RC3, RC4 does not work at all.

     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2021
  8. flaviowolff

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    Trying to run RC4, but it wont let me start the Diagnostic.

    This is the log I get:

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    "System.ArgumentException: Source array was not long enough. Check srcIndex and length, and the array's lower bounds.
    at System.Array.Copy(Array sourceArray, Int32 sourceIndex, Array destinationArray, Int32 destinationIndex, Int32 length, Boolean reliable)
    at A.c7ef8ec682dd21d60b7ea8e49e2ff83f2.c1c6c63a34e1d87272287e503042ba862()
    at A.c7ef8ec682dd21d60b7ea8e49e2ff83f2..ctor()"


    I tried updating to the latest BIOS but nothing changed. And I followed the preparation guide at BIOS.

    I'd appreciate any help :)
     
  9. Kknewkles

    Kknewkles New Member

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    Hey guys, I'd like a clarification...

    "AGESA 1.2.0.0 and newer only for Zen 3 and APU Renoir processors. For Zen 2, it does not matter."

    Am I correct in assuming that AGESA 1.0.0.3 is fine for a Zen 2 CPU? Or the previous requirement of CTR v1.0, AGESA 1.0.0.4, still stands?
    I'm running 1.0.0.3 and would rather not update it :'D (heard enough stories of mobo bricking, and having to replace one right now would be not ideal)
     
  10. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    use latest.
     

  11. Kknewkles

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    Latest as in CTR 2.0? Is it ok with AGESA 1.0.0.3?
     
  12. Quest

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    "System.ArgumentException: Source array was not long enough. Check srcIndex and length, and the array's lower bounds.
    at System.Array.Copy(Array sourceArray, Int32 sourceIndex, Array destinationArray, Int32 destinationIndex, Int32 length, Boolean reliable)
    at A.c7ef8ec682dd21d60b7ea8e49e2ff83f2.c1c6c63a34e1d87272287e503042ba862()
    at A.c7ef8ec682dd21d60b7ea8e49e2ff83f2..ctor()"


    Hey anyone know how to fix it?
     
  13. St54Kevin

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    So I'm using ctr 2.0RC4 with a 5800X, ASUS prime X570 Pro (AGESA 1.2.0.0) and a Dark Rock Pro 4 fan. With tuning via recommended values (4575, 1.337v) I can't get the last cinebench run to finish because my Temps are rushing by 90 degrees. I tried rising the limit to 95 but it won't let me (the field seems to allow "only" up to 90) Is there a solution for this?

    Step# 5
    19:27:06: WHEA-counter: 1
    19:27:06: CCX1 (127): 4650 MHz, 1331 mV OC=
    19:27:07: Stress test #1 started...
    19:27:10: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 72,1°
    19:28:12: Stress test stopped.
    19:28:14: Stress test #2 started...
    19:28:17: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 72,8°
    19:29:19: Stress test stopped.
    19:29:20: Stress test #3 started...
    19:29:24: CPU Vdroop: 1,5 % temperature: 72,6°
    19:30:26: Stress test stopped.
    19:30:27: Stress test #4 started...
    19:30:31: CPU Vdroop: 1,9 % temperature: 72,9°
    19:31:33: Stress test stopped.
    Penalties for the final profile: level 2
    19:31:35: CCX1 (127): 4575 MHz, 1337 mV OC=
    Cinebench R20 started
    19:31:45: Cinebench stopped!
    Temperature limit reached! 90,7°
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 0
    Voltage: 1.337 V PPT: 34.5 W Temperature: 43.7°
    Phoenix deactivated!
     
    Last edited: Mar 6, 2021
  14. mohd awalluddin

    mohd awalluddin New Member

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    Hi everyone!

    I've completed the Diagnostics and Tuning for P1 and P2 on CTR 2.0 RC4 successfully. Have yet to try stress testing with other software/applications.
    However, I tried running the Stability test on CTR and came out with these results:

    03:16:23: Stability check!
    03:30:02: CCX4 overclocking failure detected!
    03:30:02: Thread# 21 fall down!
    03:30:02: Stress test stopped.


    Should I be worried? Should I make more changes before further stress testing? If yes, what do you guys recommend me doing?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
     
  15. Kknewkles

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    It seems like you didn't win the silicon lottery with the CCX4 :(
    I'd try the test again, only this time turn overclocking on CCX4 off, if possible(it probably should be. I've yet to use the software, but the logic seems to check out)
     

  16. HexerPsy

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    That seems a high voltage... Can you copy the results of the diagnostic?
    By recommendation, i read in some youtube comments of friends of 1usmus, that you should aim at a temperature just below 70C during the tuning process. If you dont, chances are you will overheat in the process.
    So you could lower the voltage to 1325mV or 1300mV and let it tune there.
    Alternatively, you may need to reseat your cooler, as it may not make optimal contact, which could explain the poor performance.
     
  17. HexerPsy

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    Dont listen to Kknewkles -- this is normal behaviour.

    During Tuning it will apply an overclock, and run a stresstest. First at the recommended voltage you put in, and then at a slightly lower voltage to test for stability.
    If its not a stable overclock, it reports the 'fall down' of one of the CCX.

    Next it applies a new overclock, but clocks the failed CCX lower. It then continues raising the overclock of other cores until those 'fall' too. It applies penalties for stability and gives you an end result.

    Here are 2 tips:
    1. CTR starts allows you to set the max CCX delta, as it recommends during diagnostics. The faster CCX can steal voltage from the lower clocked CCX, and cause the lower clocked CCX to fail again, and the end result is a worse OC. Try making the CCX smaller (-25) or higher (+25) and see if you get better results.

    2. Sometimes, specific combinations of overclocks can fail. On my 5900X if CTR tunes for 4600/4525 the 4600 overclock will fail, but the slower CCX will clock to 4650, giving me an OC of 4575/4650 -- which isnt correct of course. By raising the reference frequency to 4550, the tuning starts with 4625/4550 and it clocks higher. I ended up with a P2 of 4600/4575 instead.

    Keep experimenting and googling for answers! The software isnt well documented and it takes some time figuring out your processor and the way the software runs its tests.
     
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  18. Kknewkles

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    That's cool, and thanks for correction
    Wouldn't want to end up giving bad advice :D though I wonder what's up with that error message
     
  19. HexerPsy

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    --- Early 1.0 guide says 1.0.0.4 is the minimum. Though recent guides say its whatever version for Zen 2 (ryzen 3000) and for Zen 3 (ryzen 5000) you need 1.2.0.0

    So it seems you need to update the BIOS first.
     
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  20. HexerPsy

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    No problem; I think there s a lot to be desired in the language of the error messages; since its not 1usmus' main language, i think.

    Still - it is amazing he wrote software that could determine safe starting values for the OC, then within an hour find the max recommended OC at that voltage...

    I have a 5900X thats a bronze sample on a Asus Strix 570-E, cooled by a noctua NH-D15. And I ended up with P1 4475/4425 @1175mV and P2 4600/4575 @ 1275mV. Its faster and cooler than stock settings :)
    I had enough trouble getting there, so now I can help others out with some of these questions :)
     
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