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Юрий
My dears, I have prepared my own power profile for Ryzen, it will fix all problems with boost and also reduce the temperature in idle and loads where all the cores are not involved. On average, I get a difference of 200-250 MHz🔥
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Юрий Nov 2
Replying to @AMDRyzen @AMD and 3 others
Release date - 4 November First of all, this applies to owners of 3900X and future owners of 3950X. I sent the appropriate recommendation to AMD, I really hope that in the near future it will be implemented at an official level.
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DrunKev🍺 Nov 2
Replying to @1usmus @AMDRyzen and 5 others
Looks like we getting more performance out of these babies soon :D
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Юрий Nov 2
Replying to @AMDRyzen @AMD and 4 others
Let's say this is a nice bonus. I got the maximum effect on the 3900X, other processors have slightly different results, but they are positive🙂
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Alfakyn Nov 2
Replying to @1usmus @AMDRyzen and 4 others
If only I could have that for my 3700X Great Job
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Юрий Nov 2
Replying to @Anewien @AMDRyzen and 4 others
All processors will get an improvement 🤫
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Jacob 'KurtXTRM' Groß Nov 2
Replying to @1usmus @AMDRyzen and 4 others
why not for 3600? :(
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Юрий Nov 2
All processors will get an improvement. At 3900X, the difference is more significant.
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anthony 🚽 Nov 3
Replying to @1usmus
Does it affect heat/voltage at full load too? For better or for worse?
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Юрий Nov 3
Replying to @rampageturke
At the moment, the profile affects the work of 1-4 cores very well. I do not modify processor protection or limits. In most tests, I got a decrease in the temperature of the processor and its consumption without an undervolt.
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CapFrameX Nov 2
Replying to @1usmus @AMDRyzen and 4 others
Nice! I hope my X470 Taichi will get an update soon. I'm still on AGESA 1003ABB... 😕
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Юрий Nov 2
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