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AndersWSP

Verify that 1usmus powerplan is working.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Running Asrock x570 Phantom Gaming 4 motherboard.

R5 3600 cpu.

 

I've been in BIOS tweaking some stuff.

Global C-state control = Enabled

Power Supply Idle Control = Low Current Idle

 

I also read somewhere that AMD PBO should be disabled, so I did that.

I can't find any other settings (CPPC, CPPC Preferred Cores, AMD Cool'n'Quiet or PPC Adjustments) anywhere in the BIOS. Certain they were present in earlier versions but not in BIOS 3.2.

 

A single thread CB R20 has the cpu boosting to 4,1~ish ghz. Not terribly impressive.

 

Is there an easy way to verify the power plan is working as intended, or am I missing something here?

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8 minutes ago, AndersWSP said:

I also read somewhere that AMD PBO should be disabled, so I did that.

Umm PBO gives more performance so you should enable it.


Quote or at me @Smit Devrukhkar for me to see your replies.

 

Laptop :

Legion y520

i5 7300hq

1050 4gb oc

16gb ram

256 gb ssd

2tb hdd

 

Server:

Xeon E3 1245

16gb ram

256 gb ssd

2*2tb hdd

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This tool is intended to be used on CPUs with multiple CCX like 3900X or 3950X and Threadrippers. Your CPU only has one CCX so I don't think the tool will do anything at all. You are better of with tuning the CPU manually.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, Smit Devrukhkar said:

Umm PBO gives more performance so you should enable it.

turning PBO back on did nothing.

 

3 minutes ago, WereCat said:

This tool is intended to be used on CPUs with multiple CCX like 3900X or 3950X and Threadrippers. Your CPU only has one CCX so I don't think the tool will do anything at all. You are better of with tuning the CPU manually.

Ohh, not really evident by how much it's been hyped up but I guess it makes sense. I guess I'm going back to a manual tune.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Tried cranking the fans (still letting the CPU do it's own thing), slightly colder, but no change in clocks.

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