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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey there, I'm using Ryzen 5 3600 on Asrock b550m about 1.5month. 3 days ago i updated bios and got abnormal cpu speed all the time. Even i set ryzen balanced and idle mode5%. But problem is amd ryzen software is only showing low speed another software like hw info win task manager cpu z shows me high cpu alll the time in idle mode and even cpu temp higher. Can someone take a look?

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It looks like the CPU is staying in a high power state despite low usage. The temperatures all look normal from your screenshot.

 

I would guess that Windows is in high performance mode.

 

Search "Choose a power plan" in Windows and set your system to Balanced mode.


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58 minutes ago, hero355 said:

Hey there, I'm using Ryzen 5 3600 on Asrock b550m about 1.5month. 3 days ago i updated bios and got abnormal cpu speed all the time. Even i set ryzen balanced and idle mode5%. But problem is amd ryzen software is only showing low speed another software like hw info win task manager cpu z shows me high cpu alll the time in idle mode and even cpu temp higher. Can someone take a look?

 

It is very obvious that Ryzen Master is giving the wrong values.

These chips do Not idle at 61mhz as core 5 shows.

 

Maybe you can try...

 

Disable OC programs from start up.

Set Ryzen master to all defaults.

Install the most current chipset driver from AsRock.

Power off the board and clear cmos in the order the manual tells you.

 

Then power up and open CPU-z. This will be accurate because of the way it pulls the information.

 

Then adjust your power plans accordingly.


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Ryzen master is telling you lies, so it seems. are you using the stock cooler? and are you using PBO ? (precession boost overdrive) Ryzen 3X series automatically have PB (precision boost, theres a difference) running all the time, PBO tells the motherboard its okay to send more TDC EDC and PPT volts and amps, this leads to more heat, and the amd temps bounce around normally, if you dont have a good cooling setup this could be both limiting your peak single core boosts and making excess heat. PBO is still something to be worked on by amd in my opinion as i noticed that my asus X570-F loves to send more core colt than is required to reach peak frequency and made unnecessary heat in the system. if you are not running a good cooling system and using the stock cooler i would recommend in the bios changing PBO to auto (usually stock for disabled) or disabled and see how your system runs then. you should only note a small performance drop say somewhere around 3 percent and much much lower CPU temps. i hope this helps.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 hours ago, Red_Fox_1293 said:

what does bios say

in bios everthing is stock i only changed xmp profile to DDR4 3200mhz 

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12 hours ago, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

It looks like the CPU is staying in a high power state despite low usage. The temperatures all look normal from your screenshot.

 

I would guess that Windows is in high performance mode.

 

Search "Choose a power plan" in Windows and set your system to Balanced mode.

it's already in balanced mode and yes pc thinks it is in performance mode, because when i change to power saver cpu speed lowering to 2~ghz and stuck there and not down more

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

It is very obvious that Ryzen Master is giving the wrong values.

These chips do Not idle at 61mhz as core 5 shows.

 

Maybe you can try...

 

Disable OC programs from start up.

Set Ryzen master to all defaults.

Install the most current chipset driver from AsRock.

Power off the board and clear cmos in the order the manual tells you.

 

Then power up and open CPU-z. This will be accurate because of the way it pulls the information.

 

Then adjust your power plans accordingly.

Gonna try this

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 hours ago, Subsonicq said:

Ryzen master is telling you lies, so it seems. are you using the stock cooler? and are you using PBO ? (precession boost overdrive) Ryzen 3X series automatically have PB (precision boost, theres a difference) running all the time, PBO tells the motherboard its okay to send more TDC EDC and PPT volts and amps, this leads to more heat, and the amd temps bounce around normally, if you dont have a good cooling setup this could be both limiting your peak single core boosts and making excess heat. PBO is still something to be worked on by amd in my opinion as i noticed that my asus X570-F loves to send more core colt than is required to reach peak frequency and made unnecessary heat in the system. if you are not running a good cooling system and using the stock cooler i would recommend in the bios changing PBO to auto (usually stock for disabled) or disabled and see how your system runs then. you should only note a small performance drop say somewhere around 3 percent and much much lower CPU temps. i hope this helps.

I've checked bios it's in auto mode i didn't touch anything and using Gammax 400 v2 cooler and it is good enough for me. Because i dont need to overclocking

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Resetted bios and balanced mode to default, it is still same high speed. This happened after bios update before everthing was normal. Can it be fixed by installing windows again?

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Reinstalling Windows I don't think will help.

 

There's a school of thought that overclocking AMD CPUs isn't really necessary / doesn't give you much more performance, because the default boost algorithms are pretty damn good already. Undervolting is a thing, but could lead to instability if you go too far and is a bit fiddly so not something I recommend either.

 

I would uninstall Ryzen Master, load optimised defaults in BIOS, then load XMP and adjust the Windows power plans as other have said. I haven't heard anything negative about high performance, ensure it's the latest version of Windows though because I am not sure which version the power plans and AMD processors became a thing but my understanding is right now the power plans do effect performance.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Conza said:

Reinstalling Windows I don't think will help.

 

There's a school of thought that overclocking AMD CPUs isn't really necessary / doesn't give you much more performance, because the default boost algorithms are pretty damn good already. Undervolting is a thing, but could lead to instability if you go too far and is a bit fiddly so not something I recommend either.

 

I would uninstall Ryzen Master, load optimised defaults in BIOS, then load XMP and adjust the Windows power plans as other have said. I haven't heard anything negative about high performance, ensure it's the latest version of Windows though because I am not sure which version the power plans and AMD processors became a thing but my understanding is right now the power plans do effect performance.

Weird is only power save mode makes cpu down to 2.19ghz and not goes beyond low. And if it is in balanced mode with high cpu speed no any fan noise unless i use high cpu apps or playing games. Like it's working normal but showing wrong speed only ryzen master showed somewhere normal speed but IDK 

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