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ClockTuner 2.0 for Ryzen... do YOU have a Golden Sample? Post your results here. :)

Stu

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DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1087
CPU TEL: 1051
Max temperature: 75.96°
Energy efficient: 4.16
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended CCX delta: 50
Theoretical maximum CCX delta: 75
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1175 mV
Reference frequency: 4450 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1275 mV
Reference frequency: 4600 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1000 mV
Reference frequency: 4100 MHz

I got the liquid freezer II 360 stu... and my temps :(

Your temp seems far too high. Were the fans at low rpm? Might need to check the block installation... Have you got one of the v3 or v4 mounting kits?
 
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Using the 163 beta BIOS for the X570 tomahawk results in this crashing CB20 or just rebooting my PC due to unstable settings. It did complete when I stuck the 15 stable BIOS back on and gave me these results:
DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1104
CPU TEL: 1060
Max temperature: 69.88°
Energy efficient: 4.13
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1250 mV
Reference frequency: 4575 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1325 mV
Reference frequency: 4675 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1125 mV
Reference frequency: 4325 MHz

No idea if it's stable yet but did result in a decent 4925MHz single thread speed (636 CB20) and 4550MHz all core at much lower temps - 66C in a CB run vs 82C on stock settings for a similar 6K score.
 
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Your temp send far too high. Were the fans at low rpm? Might need to check the block installation... Have you got one of the v3 or v4 mounting kits?

I've mounted it and re mounted it about 4 times now. I have a v4 kit I belive from the 240mm I bought for my other system that I used in the amd system. My 5800x and my old 8700k ran warm with this aio also.. so maybe its faulty?
 

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I've mounted it and re mounted it about 4 times now. I have a v4 kit I belive from the 240mm I bought for my other system that I used in the amd system. My 5800x and my old 8700k ran warm with this aio also.. so maybe its faulty?
Start a new thread in the water cooling forum to ask for opinion and advice. Quotations about case airflow, rad position, rad orientation and air in or exhaust all spring to mind.
 
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The new 2.1 version let my dud of a 5800x squeak out 25mhz on the best 2 cores to reach 4875mhz using the PX high profile. Might tweak the profiles but I think it does a good job keeping performance up while lowering power consumption and heat.
 

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Should we be not doing anything else whilst it doing it's diaging? Also should the CPU be at stock to get a proper reading?
use these settings.
  • PBO/PBO2 - Auto mode only.
  • AGESA 1.2.0.0 and newer only for Zen 3 and APU Renoir processors. For Zen 2, it does not matter.
  • Core voltage / CPU voltage - Auto only. Offset is also not allowed.
  • CPU multiplier - Auto only.
  • Performance Enhancer - Disabled only.
  • CPU Virtualization - not important.
  • CPPC - Enabled.
  • CPPC Preferred Cores - Enabled.
  • Global C-State - Enabled.
  • Power Profile - irrelevant.
 
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DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1187
CPU TEL: 1078
Max temperature: 57.81°
Energy efficient: 4.06
Your CPU is SILVER SAMPLE
Recomended CCX delta: 125
Theoretical maximum CCX delta: 150
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1175 mV
Reference frequency: 4250 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1275 mV
Reference frequency: 4400 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1000 mV
Reference frequency: 3900 MHz
 
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I got two different results on about 20 runs:
DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS (about 20% of results)
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1114
CPU TEL: 1065
Max temperature: 64.16°
Energy efficient: 4.11
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended CCX delta: 50
Theoretical maximum CCX delta: 75
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1050 mV
Reference frequency: 4150 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1250 mV
Reference frequency: 4500 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1000 mV
Reference frequency: 4050 MHz

DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS (about 80% of runs)
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X 16-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1115
CPU TEL: 1064
Max temperature: 64.83°
Energy efficient: 4.11
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended CCX delta: 75
Theoretical maximum CCX delta: 100
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1050 mV
Reference frequency: 4150 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1250 mV
Reference frequency: 4500 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1000 mV
Reference frequency: 4050 MHz

Hardware Info Boost clocks: (average after one run of ctr 2.1, closing hardware info, opening, running ctr 2.1 again):
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgFOeuSrZFzbjMVzobc1ebaqysEfYA

Hardware Info Boost clocks: (best overall result of this sample I got)
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgFOeuSrZFzbjMV0BygJly3723rAbw

Since I have the chance to replace for another try, I would appreciate your opinions. (This is also the reason for doing so many runs)
Should I replace, or are the chances of getting a worse sample higher, than getting a better sample? Since Golden Samples seem to pop up more often nowadays, it seems as AMD has improved it's manufacturing process. Maybe mine is just the standard sample now... sadly I have no sample data or insight.
There is just this picture from this Thread, which makes me think of replaceing.
These are the highest values that I've seen on the web... posting it again...
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgFOeuSrZFzbjMV1Z8VM7nF4qSjwlA

[edit] changed pictures to Links, seems as if the onedrive links don't work with the image tag, or I'm not allowed to post.
 
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DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 6-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1080
CPU TEL: 1054
Max temperature: 53.89°
Energy efficient: 4.15
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1150 mV
Reference frequency: 4450 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1300 mV
Reference frequency: 4700 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1025 mV
Reference frequency: 4200 MHz
Phoenix deactivated!
 
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Not sure what's going wrong here, but was curious to find out about my CPU and on trying to launch the diagnostic in this tool it opens Cinebench but then the window just closes. Any advice please?
 

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Not sure what's going wrong here, but was curious to find out about my CPU and on trying to launch the diagnostic in this tool it opens Cinebench but then the window just closes. Any advice please?
Have you run CB on its own first, accepting the terms of use? Alternatively, it's broken (5.0 behaved like this for me, but 5.1 works).
 
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Have you run CB on its own first, accepting the terms of use? Alternatively, it's broken (5.0 behaved like this for me, but 5.1 works).
Thanks Stu, I did run it and it seemed to complete properly. But on pressing the diagnostic button in CTR though it launches Cinebence and starts the run (the first small patch starts to get completed) it then crashes.

The CTR log shows:
Phoenix ready!
Cinebench R20 started
19:51:53: Cinebench stopped!
PPT limit reached! 213.4W

I had setup PBO and CO already - I thought CTR would work fine with that but do I need to go back to stock CPU settings in order to run the diagnostic?
 
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Thanks Stu, I did run it and it seemed to complete properly. But on pressing the diagnostic button in CTR though it launches Cinebence and starts the run (the first small patch starts to get completed) it then crashes.

The CTR log shows:
Phoenix ready!
Cinebench R20 started
19:51:53: Cinebench stopped!
PPT limit reached! 213.4W

I had setup PBO and CO already - I thought CTR would work fine with that but do I need to go back to stock CPU settings in order to run the diagnostic?

yes, it very very clearly states you have to run it from auto and default settings, else you're setting the tool to try to process and OC your already clocked processor, so it sees no headroom and shuts it down so not to damage.
 
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yes, it very very clearly states you have to run it from auto and default settings, else you're setting the tool to try to process and OC your already clocked processor, so it sees no headroom and shuts it down so not to damage.
OK, thank you for clarifying - I misunderstood and thought that I had to reset to default for the 'tune' function. I did not realise even the diagnostic function requires this.
 

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DIAGNOSTIC RESULTS
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 8-Core Processor
CPU VID: 1096
CPU TEL: 1069
Max temperature: 58.89°
Energy efficient: 4.09
Your CPU is GOLDEN SAMPLE
Recomended values for overclocking (P1 profile):
Reference voltage: 1250 mV
Reference frequency: 4575 MHz
Recomended values for overclocking (P2 profile):
Reference voltage: 1325 mV
Reference frequency: 4675 MHz
Recomended values for undervolting:
Reference voltage: 1125 mV
Reference frequency: 4325 MHz
Phoenix deactivated!

using a arctic freezer II 240 cooler on a b450 pro carbon ac mobo! wonder if i could get a higher score with a better mobo though
 
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