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5800x3D 'overclocking' results.

Shadowarez

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Thank you I'll def set command line to set values on boot it has made a huge difference in my 5800x3D rig.
 

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Am I misunderstanding what setting you're looking for? If you're talking about the individual core CO offsets there's now a setting in the ASUS bios (B550 anyways) that allows you to enter them in.
 

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Am I misunderstanding what setting you're looking for? If you're talking about the individual core CO offsets there's now a setting in the ASUS bios (B550 anyways) that allows you to enter them in.
This was just added to some Asus boards the last bios update.
 

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Oh?

Have you tried offsets with it? Stability?

I just plugged in the -30 that ryzen master recommended per core and it's been stable over CB, 3DMark, and PCMark. Bumped me from 9650 to somewhere around 10450 multicore CB R23 on my R5 5600.

edit: Going to run prime 95 overnight.
 
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I'm not going to bother updating TBH. I have PBO2 Tuner setup to automatically apply when I power on / wake. But I assume it will be exactly the same.
Me too. Just seemed like one less thing to do.

Maybe if I have to reinstall windows I'll do it via bios.

I just plugged in the -30 that ryzen master recommended per core and it's been stable over CB, 3DMark, and PCMark. Bumped me from 9650 to somewhere around 10450 multicore CB R23 on my R5 5600.

edit: Going to run prime 95 overnight.

I'd say 'please update', but I know you and you would anyways ;)
 

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Overnight prime went fine (14 hrs) with -30 across the board.

Found the option to increase boost freq and currently trying a cinebench but I'm not convinced it's going to have any effect on multicore performance. HW Monitor does show it boosting to 4551 (vice the previous 4450) across all cores, but I suspect that's very transitory and doubt it's an effective boost clock under load.
 

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Cinebench.png Freq.png

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Well.... that was easy enough, almost boring. :)

Bumping up from 100 to 200 over stock boost clock made a small difference on multicore boost clocks (went up from 4124 to about 4150 across all cores) but the single core did seem to work fine @ the full 4650 boost clocks.

I'm going to throw prime 95 on it now and if it survives that I'll call it good enough. -30 curve + 200 to the boost clocks sounds reasonable, and max temps are still hovering around 70c on the core(s).
 
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