Does Ryzen Master "Auto OC" persist through reboot? Do I have to keep Ryzen Master open/running?

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  1. BlindBison

    BlindBison Master Guru

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    Hi there guys,

    I recently downloaded the new AMD Chipset Drivers for my Ryzen 3900X as well as Ryzen Master.

    Typically I just run stock settings myself, but given Ryzen Master has the "Auto OC" setting which I'd expect to be a safe way to gain perhaps 1-2% for "free" I figured why not enable it (Open Ryzen Master -> "Reset" -> Enable "Auto OC" -> Apply and Test button).

    My concern however is two-fold:

    1) Do I have to keep the Ryzen Master application open at all times for the Auto OC to function or can I close the app once I've enabled + applied and tested the Auto OC?

    2) Do my settings persist through reboot or do you have to reopen and reapply the "Auto OC" every time you reboot your machine?

    I have disabled windows Fast boot for what it's worth inline with some other guides I read online if that's relevant. Anyhow, thanks for your help and time, I really appreciate it!
     
  2. Netherwind

    Netherwind Ancient Guru

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    Ryzen Master is supposed to enable these settings in BIOS upon restart which persist through concurrent restarts and don't require Ryzen Master to be open.
     
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  3. BlindBison

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    @Netherwind Thanks! That's great to know -- in that case, what I may opt to do is download GeForce -> Experimental for the GPU "Autotuning" OC then use Ryzen Master for the "Auto OC" of the CPU -- my hope is it'll be a pretty safe way to get slightly more performance out of my components. Awesome that Ryzen Master can be set and forgotten at this point, sweet. Thanks for your reply.
     
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  4. 386SX

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    I would start at cpu and work my way to gpu afterwards. You probably oc bclk, which impacts gpu stability.
     
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  5. jbscotchman

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    I never liked overlocking software for a cpu. I just go in the bios and increase the speed by small increments, run some benchmarks, rinse and repeat until you get a stable speed. You can also increase the voltage by a small bit at a time, it just takes some tweaking. There are plenty of helpful videos on youtube to help you out.

    Edit: Also Cinebench is a great program to test stability.
     
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