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Overclocked Ryzen 5 3600 showing lower clock in windows

I overclocked my r5 3600 to 4300Mhz with 1.275.

It works fine no crashes or bluescreens, temp at 50-70 on water.

The only thing that bothers me is that every time i start windows the task manager or aida64 show a random number between 10-30 lower clocks.

The clocks are static and don't lower any further under any of the stress tests that I have tried. 

Its probably a windows 11 issue but unfortunately I cant back out of the insider program without a fresh install.  

If anyone has seen a thread discussing this or knows the solution/problem please link it here.

Thanks 

Edit: There was a time when it showed correctly but I'm not sure what changed.

 

Solution:

Tuning virtualization off fixes the visual/windows glitch.

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What about HWINFO64, can you try that and see if it's still reporting wrong clockspeeds?

Please quote my post, or put @paddy-stone if you want me to respond to you.

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9 minutes ago, paddy-stone said:

What about HWINFO64, can you try that and see if it's still reporting wrong clockspeeds?

Its still shows the core clock 4259Mhz,task manager and aida 4266Mhz but the avg effective clocks show the right values 4299 when under load.

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2 minutes ago, Djomla said:

Its still shows the core clock 4259Mhz,task manager and aida 4266Mhz but the avg effective clocks show the right values 4299 when under load.

In that case I'd say you're fine and wouldn't worry about it. I take it you ran some stress tests and such? if so then yeah it should be OK and would just ignore the glitch and it should be fixed after a few windows updates maybe.

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How did you set it? Bios or Ryzen Master?  Mine shows this.

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3 minutes ago, JKRsega said:

How did you set it? Bios or Ryzen Master?  Mine shows this.

Bios

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I am thinking it has something to do with virtualization being on.

I will try turning it off later and get back to you.

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It was the virtualization.

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