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Robert HallockšŸŒ¹
Fun fact: it appears that Windows 10 RS3 (build 1709) disabled Core Parking in the default Balanced power plan. This was one of the major changes AMD instituted with our own Ryzen Balanced power plan.
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Robert HallockšŸŒ¹ 11 Dec 17
Replying to @Thracks
As a follow-on, this would explain why some people saw performance gains on Ryzen with RS3. These users never downloaded the Ryzen Balanced power plan () and, therefore, are experiencing the performance gains of those plan's changes for the first time.
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Nedjo Kovacevic 11 Dec 17
Replying to @Thracks
I see no reason not to use Ryzen Balanced plan, since you need to install drivers, or at least it's really recommended to do.
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Robert HallockšŸŒ¹ 12 Dec 17
Replying to @NedjoK
Sure. No wrong answer, now. Good for everyone.
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BDK 11 Dec 17
Replying to @Thracks
Are there any other reasons to use the AMD plan now this is disabled by default?
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Robert HallockšŸŒ¹ 11 Dec 17
Replying to @BigDaddyKong
Not that I can see.
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TimmahOTool 11 Dec 17
Replying to @Thracks
Glad we don't have to deal with that anymore. But a big thank you to parkcontrol for helping out when we needed it!!
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