Hey guys! I've got a few questions about the new AMD Ryzen platform and the overclocking behavior. I am used to my old but still snappy i7-2600K: With my board, I can define individual clockspeeds, depending on how many cores are currently being hammer. That way i get top single threaded performance and great multi-threaded performance without reaching dangerously high temperatures. Currently I have it running at ~4.2GHz on 4 cores and 4.6GHz if its single-threaded workload. Use imaginations to fill in the 2 and 3 core load scenarios. And when nothing happens, it runs at a cozy 1600MHz. Great! Anyway, I read that the Ryzen 7 1800x boosts to around 4GHz when the load is on around two threads, but lowers that when the coreload increases. Additionally, overclocking always locks the clockspeed for all cores, without downclocking when the load is low or only boosting some of the cores. Is any of that true? Will or can this behavior change with software/firmware/bios updates? TL;DR: Does overclocked Ryzen downclock on idle? Can cores be boosted individually like on intel? Can either change in the future? How is the power consumption on idle with a R7 overclocked at 4GHz compared to stock?