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Overclock not showing in Ryzen Master or any other monitoring software.

Just now, Infow27 said:

So, should I pull out the CMOS battery to do this? Or can I reset the whole oc and start again?

Just pull the battery,something seems off there and resetting the CMOS may fix it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I just OC'd my Ryzen 5 1600 to about 3.8Ghz.

The BIOS shows that the CPU is running at 3.8Ghz but when I open Ryzen Master or any other monitoring software like CPU ID , HW Monitor etc. It only shows 3.4ghz even at full load.

 

MOBO: MSI B350 Tomahawk

 

P.S: Also my RAM which is 3200MHZ runs stable only at 3000MHZ with this overclock.

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Turn turbo/boost off.


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3 minutes ago, Infow27 said:

it's off already.

How are the temperatures?

And what is the multiplier in the BIOS?

Can you post a screenshot of CPU-Z?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, Vishera said:

How are the temperatures?

And what is the multiplier in the BIOS?

Can you post a screenshot of CPU-Z?

Idle Temps are 30-31c ish, Under full load about 65cspacer.pngspacer.pngspacer.pngspacer.png

Multiplier: 1.2875

 

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1 hour ago, Infow27 said:

Multiplier: 1.2875

 

I asked about the CPU clock speed multiplier,not the Voltage.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Vishera said:

I asked about the CPU clock speed multiplier,not the Voltage.

oops, sorry I just checked it. It keeps changing from x24 to x37 every second.

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2 hours ago, Infow27 said:

oops, sorry I just checked it. It keeps changing from x24 to x37 every second.

I meant in the BIOS settings...


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1 hour ago, Infow27 said:

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Turn off Core Performance Boost.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
13 minutes ago, Vishera said:

Turn off Core Performance Boost.

Done. But still shows 3.2ghz in monitoring software.

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Just now, Infow27 said:

Done. But still shows 3.2ghz in monitoring software.

It's because the adjusted CPU frequency is 3200MHz - which is 3.2GHz.

The multiplier is strange though.


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On second though i think you should reset the CMOS and try again,the CPU ratio must match the frequency.

3.2GHz = 32

3.8GHz = 38


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Vishera said:

On second though i think you should reset the CMOS and try again,the CPU ratio must match the frequency.

3.2GHz = 32

3.8GHz = 38

So, should I pull out the CMOS battery to do this? Or can I reset the whole oc and start again?

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Just now, Infow27 said:

So, should I pull out the CMOS battery to do this? Or can I reset the whole oc and start again?

Just pull the battery,something seems off there and resetting the CMOS may fix it.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Vishera said:

Just pull the battery,something seems off there and resetting the CMOS may fix it.

Thanks will try it out.

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