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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi can someone tell me if this is right. Ryzen 5 3600 with a 4.0ghz all core oc at 1.2v, the edc is showing 100% of 90A while running a stress test but at stock the edc was 2xxA.

 

Should i be worried? Or am i doing something wrong? Photo attached

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All core manual boost or tweaked PBO?

 

2xxA - but at what voltage stock

 

Looks like RM reports 1.099v opposed to 1.2v you are using? 

 

Somethin goin on

 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ShrimpBrime said:

All core manual boost or tweaked PBO?

 

2xxA - but at what voltage stock

 

Looks like RM reports 1.099v opposed to 1.2v you are using? 

 

Somethin goin on

 

Pbo is disabled in bios.

Manual all core.

Set voltage to 1.2v in bios. Not sure whats going on with RM.

 

2xxA was at stock voltage 1.375v around there

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Is the bios most recent?

Sometimes multiple monitoring programs conflict.

I myself also manually overclock in bios. Good stuff. 

 

 


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20 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

Hi can someone tell me if this is right. Ryzen 5 3600 with a 4.0ghz all core oc at 1.2v, the edc is showing 100% of 90A while running a stress test but at stock the edc was 2xxA.

 

Should i be worried? Or am i doing something wrong? Photo attached

 

Showing 90A cause XFR and PBO is diabled, it doesn't fall below 100% because you probably have power plan set to 100% on CPU min and your not letting the CPU clock down when not needing full speed.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Is the bios most recent?

Sometimes multiple monitoring programs conflict.

I myself also manually overclock in bios. Good stuff. 

 

 

the bios on mine is, and does the same thing. trying to sort my sons system out before he flys home. trying to keep the temps downs as its in a Dan case. All i change was the vcore and cpu speed, is there anything else i need to change?

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7 minutes ago, ddennis002 said:

Showing 90A cause XFR and PBO is diabled, it doesn't fall below 100% because you probably have power plan set to 100% on CPU min and your not letting the CPU clock down when not needing full speed.

ok, that photo is under a stress test. so is that ok? any suggestions?

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2 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

ok, that photo is under a stress test. so is that ok? any suggestions?

Does the cpu clock down below 4Ghz while under idle and does the EDC drop under 100% while at idle?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, ddennis002 said:

Does the cpu clock down below 4Ghz while under idle and does the EDC drop under 100% while at idle?

Yeah it does drop down while idling and so does the edc.

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1 minute ago, Gottboost said:

Yeah it does drop down while idling and so does the edc.

I don't see an issue then, when you manually OC you some how disabled XFR. Thats why EDC wen from 2xx down to 90a


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Can't you just set EDC in BIOS or Ryzen master to 255A?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
34 minutes ago, ddennis002 said:

I don't see an issue then, when you manually OC you some how disabled XFR. Thats why EDC wen from 2xx down to 90a

so it won't hurt the cpu in the long run? have been running aida64 stress test for 45mins and no issues. going to repaste the blackridge cooler tomorrow, see if that helps with temps.. attached a shot of mine at idle, RM doesn't show the right voltage but cpu-id show correct voltage

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2 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

Can't you just set EDC in BIOS or Ryzen master to 255A?

can in ryzen master, but i you have to apply the profile every time you start the pc as far as i'm aware

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1 minute ago, Gottboost said:

can in ryzen master, but i you have to apply the profile every time you start the pc as far as i'm aware

I don't remember. I think I can do this on my Crosshair VII. But what board do you have?


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1 minute ago, DoctorNick said:

I don't remember. I think I can do this on my Crosshair VII. But what board do you have?

Asus b450i

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6 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

Asus b450i

Yes I see, can't find anything in the manual. Hmm.. Maybe try setting it in Ryzen Master and then restart. Would be cool if you could get lets say 4.2ghz on all cores using the same voltage, but higher A limet (EDC)


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11 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

can in ryzen master, but i you have to apply the profile every time you start the pc as far as i'm aware

You have to find the option for XFR its possible you have to enable PBO and XFR enables automatically


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1 minute ago, DoctorNick said:

Yes I see, can't find anything in the manual. Hmm.. Maybe try setting it in Ryzen Master and then restart. Would be cool if you could get lets say 4.2ghz on all cores using the same voltage, but higher A limet

nah i think 4ghz is enough, was mainly doing it to keep temps down, plus its my kids system and he lives in another city, so i can't easily get there if something goes wrong. I have mine a 4.1ghz on 1.2v. so far so good

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nah i think 4ghz is enough, was mainly doing it to keep temps down, plus its my kids system and he lives in another city, so i can't easily get there if something goes wrong. I have mine a 4.1ghz on 1.2v. so far so good

You have the same system? You should raise it anyway. No need to be on 100% EDC, that's only limiting the cpu :)


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6 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

You have the same system? You should raise it anyway. No need to be on 100% EDC, that's only limiting the cpu :)

you don't understand, after doing a manual oc the EDC drops to 90A, Don't know if i can or need to change it. 

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4 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

you don't understand, after doing a manual oc the EDC drops to 90A, Don't know if i can or need to change it. 

I do understand I have a ryzen 2700x myself. And when everthing is on auto my EDC dropped too.. After changing it to something higher I got better performance. But you may need to enable PBO and XFR and let the processor clock itself. Instead you can lower vcore with offset.


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10 minutes ago, DoctorNick said:

I do understand I have a ryzen 2700x myself. And when everthing is on auto my EDC dropped too.. After changing it to something higher I got better performance. But you may need to enable PBO and XFR and let the processor clock itself. Instead you can lower vcore with offset.

So i just reset everything and did a -0.05v offset, pbo is enabled, getting 1.35v. And only boosting  to 3.8ghz

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12 minutes ago, Gottboost said:

So i just reset everything and did a -0.05v offset, pbo is enabled, getting 1.35v. And only boosting  to 3.8ghz

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What if you set EDC to 255A? And lower voltage even further?

I may need to test this myself when I get home.. :v Been a long time since I played with Ryzen..


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