ClockTuner v2.0 RC5 for Ryzen (CTR) info and download

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Mar 4, 2021.

  1. linoleum

    linoleum Member

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    Fun fact! If you have the Corsair iCUE software installed and get sh*tty results, simply uninstall it. It does magic!

    I went from Bronze sample (no OC) to Silver sample with +200 OC & undervolting.

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  2. Food Provider

    Food Provider New Member

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    Hello everyone on the forum. I have some questions if you'd be good enough to help me please. Ive tried to find the answers myself but have nothing definitive.
    First up, I am a complete noob with overclocking, my previous experience was to simply let AMD catalyst set my old FX6300 with the use of a slider and thats about it.
    With the upgrade to the ryzen system and the default setting being overclocked to 4.2ghz, i've decided to do something about it. I've been into the bios and activated my XMP on the memory but the rest of the bios settings are eye watering stuff for me. I have Ryzen Master and yes i could use the easy mode with the sliders, but its the voltage settings that confuse me. What a stroke of luck that we have 1usmus to sort all this kerfuffle out for us. Massive thanks go out to him for his effort.
    Ive download CTR 2.4, and im guessing that v2.3 is no longer available? The installation instructions are requesting i download Cinebench20 and extract to the CB folder within the CTR archive, but there already seems to be CB20 folder in that destination. Is this because its now included with v.4 or should i still go ahead and copy it?
    Is there still a necessity for me to enter the bios and change the LLC to lvl3 for asus or is this now automatically done? The more youtube videos and posts i read the more ive become unsure.
    PBO on or off? Any other features need changing in bios?
    The bios version for my mobo is 1004, it seems a lot of people have issues with this version, but for me my system has been running stable and ive had no problems. I guess hardware has a lot to do with this? So should i update to the latest version or stick with the version that works?
    I'm really looking forward to running this app and seeing what it can do for my system, I'm more interested in it tuning my voltage to try and keep my temps a little lower, as with summer arriving soon and ambient air temps increasing things are going to get much hotter.
    I'll be happy to share my result with the forum after ive managed to run the app as i think the more data available to users the better when looking for comparisons with similar hardware.
    Sorry for my long winded post...
    Thanks for your time
     
  3. HARDRESET

    HARDRESET Master Guru

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    Still Golden, warm 75f :D Captureg4650.PNG
     
  4. maverik-sg1

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    Sorry it's been a while since I did anything spectacular with AMD overclocking, I have a 3900X with ASUS Crosshair VIII Hero mobo - I've been using Ryzen master and simply clocking all cores to 4.25ghz @ 1.21875v (Arctic Freezer 2 360 AiO cooling). So a couple of questions about Clocktuner (apologies for my lack of experience):

    1) Why would I use this over RM?
    2) Can you just save profiles?
    3) Anyone sharing profiles or settings for tweaking? (primarily the CPU, I've optimised the ram already using the authors other tool)

    Thanks in advance.

    Mav

    EDITED - sorry was a mistype, I am using a 3900X not a 5900X as was previously posted (delusions of grandure :rolleyes: )
     
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2021

  5. rab3072

    rab3072 Member Guru

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    Hello,

    New to using this software. I am running a 5900x.
    I ran a diagnostic with enhanced accuracy and also the Hybrid OC under the profiles section.
    I then ran tune and let it do its thing.

    Afterwards, however, the result was worse than default on cinebench.
    What did I do wrong? Was looking for better performance, not degraded performance :oops:
    I reset the config back to default and closed the software after that.

    Will probably try again at the weekend but was wondering if there were any steps I missed? Or should you not use accuracy mode or the hybrid OC?

    (This was with RC4)
     
  6. big ROBOT bill

    big ROBOT bill Master Guru

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    I just ran the latest version and my result was worse than default as well

    tune run 01.png tune run 02.png
     
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  7. livingroom

    livingroom New Member

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    I have noticed the same problem!
     
  8. livingroom

    livingroom New Member

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    Hi Big ROBOT Bill, you have a 3600X and our results are almost the same, mine little better and that is weird because you have a X version and should able to out perform me.
    Please see my screenshot
     

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  9. jose2016

    jose2016 Active Member

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    I've been testing CTR and in benchmarks it is noticeable that the cpu improves in power and temperature but in games it's a different matter.

    My goal was to have a similar power to normal but with less CPU temperature that reaches 71º and the voltage sometimes reaches 1.41V although it is usually at 1.38V doing heavy tasks.

    I have an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 with a B550 Aorus Elite V2 motherboard with the BIOS all on auto.

    Using a CTR profile with 1.20V, 4225 Mhz on both CCX and MinCpu Usage 75%, I leave HWInfo64 in the background and testing with CPUZ, Cinebench R15 and R20, the CPU temperature drops 12º, the maximum Watts and Amps are lower except on CPU EDC which reaches the maximum, and the voltage of some cores goes up to 1.337V with LLC on auto. The improvement ranges from 0.97% to 2.54% in the tests.

    Running the F1 2019 test, the temperature drops 6º, but the maximum Watts and Amps go up and I get a 0.48% improvement over the default cpu configuration.

    Using CTR is it convenient to disable PBO in BIOS?
    Or do anything else?

    Regards.
     
  10. Food Provider

    Food Provider New Member

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    I ran CTR 2.4, did about an hours diagnostics. recommended p1 1259mv @ 4325mhz and p2 1350mv @ 4475mhz. Recommended undervolting is 1175mv @ 4200mhz. CPU is Golden sample
    Pressed Tune, did about 1.5 hours of stressing testing, started to have thread failures around 4475 1250hz.
    CTR then opened cinebench and ran the rendering and upon finishing this it promptly closed the window and nothing else happened. It didnt reopen CTR and i had no data to save in profiles when i ran the program again.
    have i done something wrong?
    Thanks
     

  11. SkyOwner

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    Hello, can someone help please!
    I have r5 3600 with a asus x470 f-gaming, bios all auto, LLC 3, and other settings same as in the guide.

    My cpu is bronze sample and i can't beat 3950Mhz and 1.25V at 1 CCX. Idk what to do. For example this guy in video have also bronze cpu, but his recomended values is 1250/4125, when mines 1250/3900. And after Tune i have 3975/1250 CCX1 and 3950/1250 CCX2. Can someone help me or just explain whats wrong? Is it just that my cpu sample so bad?
    My specs:
    Cpu r5 3600 with lucifer v2
    corsair vengeance 3000cl15 (3466 cl16 oc)

    Also max temp in stress tests - 55 ℃.

    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.0 RC5 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor
    ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F GAMING
    BIOS ver. 5809 SMU ver. 46.67.00
    TABLE ver. 2361603
    DRAM speed 3000 MHz
    03/12/2021 22:34:26


    Phoenix ready!
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 3281
    Voltage: 1.37 V PPT: 82 W Temperature: 71.2°


    22:37:37: Silicon FIT measurement started...
    22:38:06: Silicon FIT measurement done!
    22:38:06: Stress test stopped.


    CCX COEFFICIENTS
    CCX# 1 0 CPPC 116
    CCX# 2 8 CPPC 127


    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4050MHz
    Reference voltage: 1300 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV


    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    22:38:06: Saving temporary settings...
    22:38:10: CCX1 (116): 4050 MHz, 1300 mV
    22:38:10: CCX2 (127): 4050 MHz, 1300 mV
    22:38:10: Step# 1. Diagnostic VID: 1300 mV
    22:38:11: Stress test 1 started...
    22:38:45: Stress test stopped.
    22:38:46: Stress test 2 started...
    22:39:21: Stress test stopped.
    22:39:21: Step# 2. Diagnostic VID: 1294 mV
    22:39:22: Stress test 1 started...
    22:39:57: Stress test stopped.
    22:39:58: Stress test 2 started...
    22:40:32: Stress test stopped.
    22:40:33: Step# 3. Diagnostic VID: 1288 mV
    22:40:34: Stress test 1 started...
    22:41:08: Stress test stopped.
    22:41:10: Stress test 2 started...
    22:41:44: Stress test stopped.
    22:41:44: Step# 4. Diagnostic VID: 1282 mV
    22:41:45: Stress test 1 started...
    22:42:19: Stress test stopped.
    22:42:21: Stress test 2 started...
    22:42:55: Stress test stopped.
    22:42:56: Step# 5. Diagnostic VID: 1276 mV
    22:42:57: Stress test 1 started...
    22:43:31: Stress test stopped.
    22:43:32: Stress test 2 started...
    22:43:56: Thread# 6 fall down!
    22:43:56: Stress test stopped.
    22:43:57: Step# 6. Diagnostic VID: 1282 mV


    DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
    AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core Processor
    CPU VID: 1282
    CPU TEL: 1275
    Max temperature: 59,8°
    Energy efficient: 3,18
    Your CPU is BRONZE SAMPLE
    Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Reference frequency: 3900 MHz
    Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
    Reference voltage: 1350 mV
    Reference frequency: 4050 MHz
    Recomended values for undervolting:
    Reference voltage: 1175 mV
    Reference frequency: 3750 MHz

    Phoenix deactivated!
    P2 PROFILE successfully saved!
    P1 PROFILE successfully saved!
    Manual OC. P1 PROFILE successfully activated!
    Phoenix ready!



    AVX Light mode
    Cycle time: 240000 ms
    Reference frequency: 3900 MHz
    CCX delta: 25 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Target voltage: 1250 mV

    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    22:47:16: Saving temporary settings...

    Step# 1
    22:47:20: WHEA-counter: 0
    22:47:20: CCX1 (116): 3900 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    22:47:20: CCX2 (127): 3900 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    22:47:21: Stress test #1 started...
    22:47:24: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 56,4°
    22:48:26: Stress test stopped.
    22:48:27: Stress test #2 started...
    22:48:31: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 54,9°
    22:49:32: Stress test stopped.
    22:49:33: Stress test #3 started...
    22:49:37: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 54,5°
    22:50:38: Stress test stopped.
    22:50:40: Stress test #4 started...
    22:50:43: CPU Vdroop: 0 % temperature: 53,8°
    22:51:45: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 2
    22:51:46: WHEA-counter: 0
    22:51:46: CCX1 (116): 3900 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    22:51:46: CCX2 (127): 3900 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    22:51:47: Stress test #1 started...
    22:51:50: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 55,5°
    22:52:51: Stress test stopped.
    22:52:53: Stress test #2 started...
    22:52:56: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 55,3°
    22:53:58: Stress test stopped.
    22:53:59: Stress test #3 started...
    22:54:03: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 53,7°
    22:55:04: Stress test stopped.
    22:55:06: Stress test #4 started...
    22:55:09: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,6°
    22:56:11: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 3
    22:56:11: WHEA-counter: 0
    22:56:11: CCX1 (116): 3925 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    22:56:11: CCX2 (127): 3925 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    22:56:12: Stress test #1 started...
    22:56:16: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,7°
    22:57:17: Stress test stopped.
    22:57:19: Stress test #2 started...
    22:57:23: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,6°
    22:58:24: Stress test stopped.
    22:58:26: Stress test #3 started...
    22:58:29: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,2°
    22:59:30: Stress test stopped.
    22:59:32: Stress test #4 started...
    22:59:36: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 53,5°
    23:00:37: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 4
    23:00:38: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:00:38: CCX1 (116): 3925 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:00:38: CCX2 (127): 3925 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:00:39: Stress test #1 started...
    23:00:42: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,3°
    23:01:43: Stress test stopped.
    23:01:45: Stress test #2 started...
    23:01:49: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55°
    23:02:50: Stress test stopped.
    23:02:51: Stress test #3 started...
    23:02:55: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,7°
    23:03:56: Stress test stopped.
    23:03:58: Stress test #4 started...
    23:04:01: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,7°
    23:05:03: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 5
    23:05:03: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:05:03: CCX1 (116): 3950 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:05:03: CCX2 (127): 3950 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:05:05: Stress test #1 started...
    23:05:08: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,6°
    23:06:09: Stress test stopped.
    23:06:11: Stress test #2 started...
    23:06:15: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55°
    23:07:16: Stress test stopped.
    23:07:17: Stress test #3 started...
    23:07:21: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54°
    23:08:22: Stress test stopped.
    23:08:24: Stress test #4 started...
    23:08:27: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,1°
    23:09:29: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 6
    23:09:29: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:09:29: CCX1 (116): 3950 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:09:29: CCX2 (127): 3950 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:09:30: Stress test #1 started...
    23:09:34: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 55,7°
    23:10:35: Stress test stopped.
    23:10:37: Stress test #2 started...
    23:10:40: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,9°
    23:11:42: Stress test stopped.
    23:11:43: Stress test #3 started...
    23:11:47: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 53,9°
    23:12:48: Stress test stopped.
    23:12:50: Stress test #4 started...
    23:12:53: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 53,7°
    23:13:54: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 7
    23:13:55: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:13:55: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:13:55: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:13:56: Stress test #1 started...
    23:14:00: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 55,8°
    23:15:01: Stress test stopped.
    23:15:03: Stress test #2 started...
    23:15:06: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,9°
    23:16:08: Stress test stopped.
    23:16:09: Stress test #3 started...
    23:16:13: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 54,1°
    23:17:14: Stress test stopped.
    23:17:16: Stress test #4 started...
    23:17:19: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 54,2°
    23:18:20: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 8
    23:18:21: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:18:21: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:18:21: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:18:22: Stress test #1 started...
    23:18:26: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 55,3°
    23:18:55: CCX2 overclocking failure detected!
    23:18:55: Thread# 8 fall down!
    23:18:55: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 9
    23:18:56: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:18:56: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    23:18:56: CCX2 (127): 3950 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    23:18:57: Stress test #1 started...
    23:19:01: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,5°
    23:20:02: Stress test stopped.
    23:20:03: Stress test #2 started...
    23:20:07: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,2°
    23:21:08: Stress test stopped.
    23:21:10: Stress test #3 started...
    23:21:37: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 97
    23:21:41: Stress test stopped.
    23:21:41: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 97
    23:21:41: CPU Vdroop: 0,7 % temperature: 62,6°
    23:23:25: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 92
    23:23:26: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 97
    Phoenix ready!



    AVX Light mode
    Cycle time: 240000 ms
    Reference frequency: 3975 MHz
    CCX delta: 25 MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Target voltage: 1250 mV

    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    23:23:55: Saving temporary settings...

    Step# 1
    23:24:00: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:24:00: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:24:00: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:24:01: Stress test #1 started...
    23:24:04: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,5°
    23:25:05: Stress test stopped.
    23:25:07: Stress test #2 started...
    23:25:10: CPU Vdroop: 0,1 % temperature: 55,2°
    23:26:12: Stress test stopped.
    23:26:13: Stress test #3 started...
    23:26:17: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,1°
    23:27:18: Stress test stopped.
    23:27:20: Stress test #4 started...
    23:27:23: CPU Vdroop: 0,5 % temperature: 53,2°
    23:28:25: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 2
    23:28:25: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:28:25: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:28:25: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC+
    23:28:26: Stress test #1 started...
    23:28:30: CPU Vdroop: 0,2 % temperature: 55,9°
    23:29:31: Stress test stopped.
    23:29:33: Stress test #2 started...
    23:29:36: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 54,6°
    23:30:38: Stress test stopped.
    23:30:39: Stress test #3 started...
    23:30:43: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,6°
    23:31:44: Stress test stopped.
    23:31:46: Stress test #4 started...
    23:31:49: CPU Vdroop: 0,3 % temperature: 52,9°
    23:32:50: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 3
    23:32:51: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:32:51: CCX1 (116): 4000 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:32:51: CCX2 (127): 4000 MHz, 1250 mV OC+
    23:32:52: Stress test #1 started...
    23:32:56: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,3°
    23:33:19: CCX2 overclocking failure detected!
    23:33:19: Thread# 6 fall down!
    23:33:19: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 4
    23:33:20: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:33:20: CCX1 (116): 4000 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    23:33:20: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    23:33:21: Stress test #1 started...
    23:33:25: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 55,9°
    23:34:26: Stress test stopped.
    23:34:27: Stress test #2 started...
    23:34:31: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,8°
    23:35:32: Stress test stopped.
    23:35:34: Stress test #3 started...
    23:35:37: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,6°
    23:36:39: Stress test stopped.
    23:36:40: Stress test #4 started...
    23:36:44: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,7°
    23:37:45: Stress test stopped.

    Step# 5
    23:37:46: WHEA-counter: 0
    23:37:46: CCX1 (116): 4000 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    23:37:46: CCX2 (127): 3975 MHz, 1244 mV OC=
    23:37:47: Stress test #1 started...
    23:37:50: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54,9°
    23:38:52: Stress test stopped.
    23:38:53: Stress test #2 started...
    23:38:57: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 54°
    23:39:58: Stress test stopped.
    23:40:00: Stress test #3 started...
    23:40:03: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53,2°
    23:41:05: Stress test stopped.
    23:41:06: Stress test #4 started...
    23:41:10: CPU Vdroop: 0,4 % temperature: 53°
    23:42:11: Stress test stopped.

    Penalties for the final profile: level 1
    23:42:13: CCX1 (116): 3975 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    23:42:13: CCX2 (127): 3950 MHz, 1250 mV OC=
    Cinebench R20 started
    Cinebench R20 finished with result: 3521
    Voltage: 1.25 V PPT: 69.8 W Temperature: 64.2°
    Phoenix deactivated!
    P1 PROFILE successfully filled and saved!
    P1 PROFILE successfully saved!
     

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  12. toast0

    toast0 New Member

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    In diagnostic, I'm getting


    Code:
    ***ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.0 RC5 by 1usmus***
    AMD Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G with Radeon Graphics
    GIGABYTE A520I AC
    BIOS ver. F13e SMU ver. 55.78.00
    DRAM speed 3600 MHz
    03/16/2021 19:26:08
    
    [cinebench and FIT tests run successfully and report results]
    
    AVX light mode
    Cycle time: 60000 ms
    Reference frequency: 4050MHz
    Reference voltage: 1250 mV
    Voltage step: 6 mV
    
    
    19:28:21: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 23
    Manual overclocking mode enabled
    7:28:22 PM: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 25
    7:28:22 PM: CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE 27
    Phoenix deactivated!
    
    I couldn't find anything specific about CMD_REJECTED_PREREQUISITE. I uninstalled Gigabyte's EasyTune, and installed RyzenMaster (which installs, but won't run on a 4650). Is this a chipset (a520) issue, or something else? Thanks! Bios is AGESA 1.2.0.1
     

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