New custom AMD Energy plan from 1usmus might bring in an extra 250 MHz on clock frequency

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  1. nizzen

    nizzen Maha Guru

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    Full stock bios without folowing the steps with "global c-states control, power supply idle control, etc.... :

    4689 boost on one core :D

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  2. Evildead666

    Evildead666 Maha Guru

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    So, its better with the Stock Bios than the "Beta Bios" ?
    Stock Bios as in the latest one available, but not Beta ?
    As in 1.0.0.3 ABBA ? :)

    Can you put which Bios you used exactly, etc ?

    (I can quickly see this being a sh!t-show where we have no idea who's using what Bios/AGESA/Etc...)
     
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    nizzen Maha Guru

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    Stock as in default settings in bios.

    https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X570 Taichi/#BIOS
     
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    It already is quite the shitshow as AMD are way, way behind their game with the software releases for their recent hardware (Ryzen 3000 and Radeon 5700). Hardware was probably ready - really hard to validate whether that's the case - while the software was at most git HEAD state (assuming they even heard of such advanced software engineering things over there).

    Given that most of ATI's / AMD's bad reputation with subpar drivers comes from back when the drivers were developed in America, I'm curious to see how they get it straight now that AGESAs are developed in India (based on popular belief at /r/amd) and the 5700 branch is developed in China. 4 months after launch and it's still an artesian fountain of crap.
     

  5. nizzen

    nizzen Maha Guru

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    AMD is cheaper per core for a reason ;)
     
  6. anticupidon

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    Not to mention the big epic surprise was Threadripper, Windows scheduler wasn't up to snuff. But maybe they fixed it by now.
     
  7. IceVip

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    Nah, got a 2950x at work and a 1700 at home. The 2950x is locked at 4.2 and my personal rig at 3.8, the 1700 performs way better in everyday tasks. The only time the 2950x feels faster is if i render something at 4k/8k.
    Not sure on what to pin the blame for the sluggish performance. Ram at both rigs is the same. On the TR its even quad channel.. the motherboard is that beasty X399 MEG. For now TR is a no go from my personal experience.

    //lil p.s
    By everyday tasks i mean opening programs, closing them, switching between them. Hell, even opening Task manager on the threadripper lags. I see it in white for 4 seconds before it utilizes its full interface whilst on my personal rig its instant. The windows is legal, up to date, every driver is up to date, even the gpu is a 2080 Ti so it ain't a factor. Idk what the hell is wrong with the system but i did end up trying a 1950x at another workplace and it was the same damn thing.
     
  8. insp1re2600

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    i get around 400+ points extra using the cpuz multi thread bench, but not seeing any higher core boosts than 4400. No change in temps or voltages, but it is under a 360 rad with noctuas blasting through.
     
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  9. CyberSparky

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    Guess I will wait for 1.0.0.4 to be released for my board before I try this again, temps are roughly the same, but I have 2x420mm rads ;), less boost freq under load, 4.1-4.0 in CB20 MT vs 4.2-4.3, also I see 12 points less in single thread on cpu-z 528 vs 540, 180 points less in CB20 multi thread 4891 vs 5071 but only 4 points less in single thread CB20, 513 vs 517. Guess some of it could be within margin of error though. Maybe it will help with new SMU.
     
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    you can overclock each CCX individually(2 per ccd), so if you have say a 3950x, you could have ccx1 at 4.5ghz, ccx2 at 4.3 ccx3 at 4.4 and ccx 4 at 4.2.
     

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    Really? I didn't notice the individual overclock settings in my ASUS BIOS (Hero VIII) for my 3900X ?!? Think there is only one value for CPU voltage there.
     
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    i get much better result on 1.0.03 abba than 1.0.0.4 beta biios with this power profile and bios settings, doesnt boost past 4525mhz on 1.0.0.4 adn i get full boost 4.6 on abba 1.0.0.3 asrock steel legend x570 3900x
     
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    I notice my 3900X cores stay under 3800 more then they boost to 4500 as they did before applying this profile. One core been hitting 4700 on boost.
     
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    Initial testing, not seeing any difference with 3900x and X570. Same 4625 max clock. Comparing 1003 bios to 1004 with this power plan.
     

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    Well, intel slashes cpu prices by 50% for a reason. :)
     
  17. SpajdrEX

    SpajdrEX AMD Vanguard

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    So I had a good mood, so I thought, why not try it on Ryzen 2600?
    After I ran TC Breakpoint benchmark, it ended in a while with one core running at 100% while other cores only 1% :D
     

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