ClockTuner 2.1 Can Bin Certain Ryzen Cores to 5.0 GHz

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Interesting. I have the 5950x. I'll keep this in mind when it gets to the public.
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Ez 5Ghz. (bios auto oc with 100 to the core limit)
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Goiur:

Ez 5Ghz. (bios auto oc with 100 to the core limit)
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Ez. You can do all that through bios without some buggy software doing it for you. Never liked these clocktuners.
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Undying:

Ez. You can do all that through bios without some buggy software doing it for you. Never liked these clocktuners.
2.0 Didn't work for me . I use PBO + Curve otpimizer. For now i have only 4850 Single core becasue BIOS is locked to +200Mhz PBO , i hope gigabyte will unlock this in future update , becasue in F12 bios i could set +500 PBO ....
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kapu:

2.0 Didn't work for me . I use PBO + Curve otpimizer. For now i have only 4850 Single core becasue BIOS is locked to +200Mhz PBO , i hope gigabyte will unlock this in future update , becasue in F12 bios i could set +500 PBO ....
I had +500PBO too, but that doesn't mean that you will use more than 200 even if you set 500. You can't be even sure that you're using all the 200 that you have right now
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Undying:

Ez. You can do all that through bios without some buggy software doing it for you. Never liked these clocktuners.
Not that there were many clock tuners around before this one. What other software similar to this you are talking about?
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asturur:

Not that there were many clock tuners around before this one. What other software similar to this you are talking about?
I was talking about previous ryzen clocktuners and ryzen calculator. Nothing ever worked for me or made sense.
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D1stRU3T0R:

I had +500PBO too, but that doesn't mean that you will use more than 200 even if you set 500. You can't be even sure that you're using all the 200 that you have right now
I Can be sure , it is +200 right now , flat 4850 on two best cores. And i could do around 5000 on this chip but i can't becasue Gigabyte is lazy as F.... . Of course you won't use +500. I just mentioned options that are not simpli avaliable anymore.
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I had to use a beginning reference voltage of 1350mV to actually have CTR 2.0 function ideally--even though the diagnostic worked all the way down to 1150mV, at 1250mV--the tuner default starting voltage--the Tuner would crash immediately. I found that 1300mV starting allowed the Tuner to function as well, but it would not clock the CTX cores as high as using 1350mV for the starting tuner voltage, which seems to be the sweet spot for my 3900X. It's still 150mV shy of the 1500mV seen at stock clocks and voltages--presumably for single-threaded boost, which is turned off under CTR's manual overclocking default operation. For anything that uses more than a single, solitary core, my 1350mV CTR clocks are much faster than stock--of course. https://valid.x86.fr/zvzjtl
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What is the difference between CTR and bios based PBO + Curve Optimizer? Already am hitting boost clocks of 5025. The part I do not like about the curve optimizer is that it raises the voltages beyond 1.500 (-25 was my limit but did not like the resulting VID voltages so settled for -20). Hopefully this is what he has addressed with CTR, otherwise what is the point...automated versus manual. Manually setting eight cores hardly took any time. Again, CTR must be meant for 12 cores and above.
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Clouseau:

What is the difference between CTR and bios based PBO + Curve Optimizer? Already am hitting boost clocks of 5025. The part I do not like about the curve optimizer is that it raises the voltages beyond 1.500 (-25 was my limit but did not like the resulting VID voltages so settled for -20). Hopefully this is what he has addressed with CTR, otherwise what is the point...automated versus manual. Manually setting eight cores hardly took any time. Again, CTR must be meant for 12 cores and above.
With PBO dissabled and curve my highest is 1.481 on 3 bad cores, 1.475 for the rest.
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Goiur:

With PBO dissabled and curve my highest is 1.481 on 3 bad cores, 1.475 for the rest.
Thanks, will give it a go with PBO disabled.
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looks normal to me, i´m using one 5900x with curve optimizer in -15 all cores, boost to 125mhz and ppt 142, tdc 95, edc 140 and 2 cores running at 5.075mhz and 1 core at 5.050mhz, anothers running at 4.975mhz or 4.950mhz