ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) - and introduction guide and download

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  1. Max(IT)

    Max(IT) Active Member

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    On my tuned 3900X it went from 524 to 510 CB20.
    I would say a negligible drop.
    There basically is NOTHING single threaded nowadays ;)
     
  2. Astyanax

    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    disable core isolation or SVM.
     
  3. Matt-One

    Matt-One New Member

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    Hello, i have a 3800x with an Asus Chrosshair VIII Hero, i downloaded the last CTR 1.1 Beta4 and i would like to test it, do you still need this bios settings?

    • Phase mode - Standard;
    • Current capability mode - 100%;
    • LLC-3 ( I read that u could set it to AUTO)
    • and of course the Vcore with no offset or other changes
    Other recommended settings for bios?

    Thank you so much @1usmus for your great app.
     
  4. Max(IT)

    Max(IT) Active Member

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    well, at least in my case (Asus Rog Strix B550 gaming F) with LLC set to Auto I had one crash in Cinebench, while with LLC set to Level 3 the system is rock solid (tried several stress test for hours).
     

  5. Max(IT)

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    in my experience on Asus boards LLC set to 3 still is the best option
     
  6. Adam Honved

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    Same for me with the same MB, haven't tried on Auto at all.
     
  7. Eyemaster

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    Thank you for the suggestion, but SVM is already disabled.
     
  8. Wayc0de

    Wayc0de New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I just finished my first build PC, I got a diagnostic result but when I try "Start" my Cinebench got force close. Any ideas?

    ## Additional Info :

    AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT 12-Core Processor (870F10)
    MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI (MS-7C84)
    BIOS ver. 1.41 SMU ver. 46.65.00
    DRAM speed 3600 MHz
     

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  9. NightWind

    NightWind Master Guru

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    Hmm, the X470 is outstanding.
    Guess it's a no go then regarding the x570 series, at least for now.

    Stats.JPG
     
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  10. suty455

    suty455 Master Guru

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    am having some real issues for some reason,
    Am having the exact opposite have an x470 auros ultra and a 3900x initially loads of issues with it crashing as soon as it started to test but diagnostic ran fine up to 23 steps however I persevered and removed all other plugins eg HDD etc as my PSU was 6 years old I then got a decent result and it settled at 4375 all core, installed my new 1200w phantek revolt x yesterday and now am back to square 1 as soon as I start the program on its testing after diagnosis it crashes to Bios, just ordered an Asrock x570 Taichi so will see when that arrives but my experience so far is its buggy and crashes like hell, kudos to the developer though for at least trying maybe the board cant handle it we will see
     

  11. Betts

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    I had a few issues with a never ending diagnostic but reinstalling Ryzen master seems to have solved it
     
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  12. NightWind

    NightWind Master Guru

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    Hmm that's too bad, I have three hdd's here, so don't think those could be a problem, maybe the vrms?
    Good luck with the new mobo.
     
  13. bisairon

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    hi, thank you always
    I am a 3900x user.
    I am using it with an msi b550 board, but when I do it with CTR, I still sometimes experience system reboots.
    To be able to test efficiently in sections
    Is it possible to set the option of "Initial frequency smart offset" variablely from 25mhz to 75mhz?
    It can be a good feature, so I hope it will be added in the next version
    Thank you so much~
     
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  14. Matt-One

    Matt-One New Member

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    Thank you for the answer, Any other recommended settings for bios to enable/disable before doing the test with CTR?
     
  15. megablue

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    out of sudden, CTR 1.1 beta 3 & 4 no longer starts, no errors (well except for application error on event viewer) it just wont load, just like it did on 1.0 beta 2. renaming the folder no longer works...

    the error [​IMG]
     

  16. jtneto

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    Thank you for this amazing tool!

    I'm having some trouble though, I can get past the Diagnostic, but everytime I start the tests, my PC reboots after a few steps. Any recommendations on what I should try? I have already set both LLC option in the BIOS to Turbo.

    This is the last log:

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    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 1.1 beta 4 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT 12-Core Processor (870F10)
    GIGABYTE X570 AORUS PRO
    BIOS ver. F30 SMU ver. 46.64.00
    DRAM speed 3600 MHz
    10/21/2020 08:54:05
    
    
    
    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 120000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4050MHz
    Reference voltage: 1187 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV
    
    
    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    08:55:02: CCX1 (159): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:02: CCX2 (148): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:02: CCX3 (137): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:02: CCX4 (125): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:02: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1187 mV
    08:55:02: Stress test started...
    08:55:18: Stress test stopped.
    
    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4050MHz
    Reference voltage: 1187 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV
    
    
    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    08:55:20: CCX1 (159): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:20: CCX2 (148): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:20: CCX3 (137): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:20: CCX4 (125): 4050 MHz, 1187 mV
    08:55:20: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1187 mV
    08:55:20: Stress test started...
    08:56:27: Stress test stopped.
    08:56:28: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1181 mV
    08:56:28: Stress test started...
    08:57:34: Stress test stopped.
    08:57:35: Step# 3. Diagnostic VID: 1175 mV
    08:57:35: Stress test started...
    08:58:41: Stress test stopped.
    08:58:42: Step# 4. Diagnostic VID: 1169 mV
    08:58:42: Stress test started...
    08:59:48: Stress test stopped.
    08:59:49: Step# 5. Diagnostic VID: 1163 mV
    08:59:49: Stress test started...
    09:00:55: Stress test stopped.
    09:00:56: Step# 6. Diagnostic VID: 1157 mV
    09:00:56: Stress test started...
    09:02:03: Stress test stopped.
    09:02:03: Step# 7. Diagnostic VID: 1151 mV
    09:02:03: Stress test started...
    09:03:10: Stress test stopped.
    09:03:10: Step# 8. Diagnostic VID: 1145 mV
    09:03:10: Stress test started...
    09:04:17: Stress test stopped.
    09:04:17: Step# 9. Diagnostic VID: 1139 mV
    09:04:17: Stress test started...
    09:05:24: Stress test stopped.
    09:05:24: Step# 10. Diagnostic VID: 1133 mV
    09:05:24: Stress test started...
    09:06:31: Stress test stopped.
    09:06:31: Step# 11. Diagnostic VID: 1127 mV
    09:06:31: Stress test started...
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    09:07:38: Step# 12. Diagnostic VID: 1121 mV
    09:07:38: Stress test started...
    09:08:45: Stress test stopped.
    09:08:45: Step# 13. Diagnostic VID: 1115 mV
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    09:09:52: Stress test stopped.
    09:09:52: Step# 14. Diagnostic VID: 1109 mV
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    09:10:59: Stress test stopped.
    09:11:00: Step# 15. Diagnostic VID: 1103 mV
    09:11:00: Stress test started...
    09:12:06: Stress test stopped.
    09:12:07: Step# 16. Diagnostic VID: 1097 mV
    09:12:07: Stress test started...
    09:13:13: Stress test stopped.
    09:13:14: Step# 17. Diagnostic VID: 1091 mV
    09:13:14: Stress test started...
    09:14:20: Stress test stopped.
    09:14:21: Step# 18. Diagnostic VID: 1085 mV
    09:14:21: Stress test started...
    09:15:27: Stress test stopped.
    09:15:28: Step# 19. Diagnostic VID: 1079 mV
    09:15:28: Stress test started...
    09:16:34: Stress test stopped.
    09:16:35: Step# 20. Diagnostic VID: 1073 mV
    09:16:35: Stress test started...
    09:17:41: Stress test stopped.
    09:17:42: Step# 21. Diagnostic VID: 1067 mV
    09:17:42: Stress test started...
    09:18:48: Stress test stopped.
    09:18:49: Step# 22. Diagnostic VID: 1061 mV
    09:18:49: Stress test started...
    Thread# 25 fall down, usage 91.2%
    09:19:00: Stress test stopped.
    09:19:01: Step# 23. Diagnostic VID: 1067 mV
    
    
    Diagnostic results
    Max temperature: 59.2?
    Energy efficient: 3.8
    AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT 12-Core Processor
    Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
    Recomended values for Overclocking:
    Reference frequency: 4350 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Recomended values for Undervolt:
    Reference frequency: 4175 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1150 mV
    
    AVX Light mode
    Cycle time: 360000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4350 MHz
    CCX delta: 125 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Target voltage: 1250 mV
    
    
    Cinebench 20 started
    Cinebench 20 finished with result: 7014
    Voltage: 1.285 V  PPT: 142 W  Temperature: 71.4?
    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    
    Step# 1
    09:31:07: CCX1 (159): 4425 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:31:07: CCX2 (148): 4425 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:31:07: CCX3 (137): 4350 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:31:07: CCX4 (125): 4350 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:31:07: Stress test #1 started...
    09:31:13: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 59.4?
    09:33:15: Stress test stopped.
    09:33:16: Stress test #2 started...
    09:33:21: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 59.7?
    09:35:24: Stress test stopped.
    09:35:24: Stress test #3 started...
    09:35:29: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 61?
    09:37:32: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 2
    09:37:33: CCX1 (159): 4425 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:37:33: CCX2 (148): 4425 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:37:33: CCX3 (137): 4350 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:37:33: CCX4 (125): 4350 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:37:33: Stress test #1 started...
    09:37:38: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.5?
    09:39:41: Stress test stopped.
    09:39:42: Stress test #2 started...
    09:39:47: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.1?
    09:41:50: Stress test stopped.
    09:41:50: Stress test #3 started...
    09:41:55: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.8?
    09:43:58: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 3
    09:43:59: CCX1 (159): 4450 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:43:59: CCX2 (148): 4450 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:43:59: CCX3 (137): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:43:59: CCX4 (125): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:43:59: Stress test #1 started...
    09:44:04: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 61?
    CCX1 overclocking failure detected!
    Thread# 4 fall down, usage 91.2%
    09:45:03: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 4
    09:45:04: CCX1 (159): 4425 MHz, 1250 mV  OC=
    09:45:04: CCX2 (148): 4450 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:45:04: CCX3 (137): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:45:04: CCX4 (125): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:45:04: Stress test #1 started...
    09:45:09: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 60.9?
    CCX2 overclocking failure detected!
    Thread# 8 fall down, usage 73.5%
    09:46:38: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 5
    09:46:40: CCX1 (159): 4425 MHz, 1250 mV  OC=
    09:46:40: CCX2 (148): 4425 MHz, 1250 mV  OC=
    09:46:40: CCX3 (137): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:46:40: CCX4 (125): 4375 MHz, 1250 mV  OC+
    09:46:40: Stress test #1 started...
    09:46:45: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 60.8?
    09:48:48: Stress test stopped.
    09:48:48: Stress test #2 started...
    09:48:53: CPU Vdroop: 0.5 % temperature: 60.3?
    09:50:56: Stress test stopped.
    09:50:57: Stress test #3 started...
    09:51:02: CPU Vdroop: 1 % temperature: 61.2?
    09:53:05: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 6
    09:53:06: CCX1 (159): 4425 MHz, 1244 mV  OC=
    09:53:06: CCX2 (148): 4425 MHz, 1244 mV  OC=
    09:53:06: CCX3 (137): 4375 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:53:06: CCX4 (125): 4375 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:53:06: Stress test #1 started...
    09:53:11: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.5?
    09:55:14: Stress test stopped.
    09:55:14: Stress test #2 started...
    09:55:19: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.1?
    09:57:22: Stress test stopped.
    09:57:23: Stress test #3 started...
    09:57:28: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.9?
    CCX1 overclocking failure detected!
    Thread# 4 fall down, usage 93.9%
    09:59:23: Stress test stopped.
    
    Step# 7
    09:59:24: CCX1 (159): 4400 MHz, 1244 mV  OC=
    09:59:24: CCX2 (148): 4425 MHz, 1244 mV  OC=
    09:59:24: CCX3 (137): 4375 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:59:24: CCX4 (125): 4375 MHz, 1244 mV  OC+
    09:59:24: Stress test #1 started...
    09:59:29: CPU Vdroop: 0.6 % temperature: 60.4?
    10:01:32: Stress test stopped.
    10:01:33: Stress test #2 started...
    
    
    I was constantly checking the temperature and it appears to be ok, so I guess maybe I'll have to change something related to the voltage?

    Thanks!
     
  17. Max(IT)

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    well, everything is written in the guide on this website:

    • ASUS - LLC 3 (Level 3)
    • MSI - LLC 3;
    • Gigabyte - in most cases Turbo, but it can also be Auto;
    • ASRock is Auto or LLC 2; Importantly, CTR is mediocre compatible with ASRock motherboards, as all LLC modes show abnormally high Vdroop;
    • Biostar - Level 4+ .
    It is recommended to use additional settings for ASUS motherboard owners:

    • Phase mode - Standard;
    • Current capability mode - 100%;

    I also recommend to verify this settings:

    You have to set the following in your BIOS, under "CPU Features" or "AMD_CBS":
    • Global C-state Control = Enabled
    • Power Supply Idle Control = Low Current Idle
    • CPPC = Enabled
    • CPPC Preferred Cores = Enabled
     
  18. seamen

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    The simple question is what better 4000mhz if 1.300V or 3900mhz if 1.250V?
     
  19. pae777sano

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    I'm getting this same error today! Any luck in fixing?
     
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