Not long got hold of my 3900x - coming from Intel historically I am trying to get my head round how it works! voltage spikes at 1.45 V or higher are absolutely normal with a 3900X. The system boots fine and doesn’t show any signs of instability, but on both motherboards there was a very real decrease in performance. Using a slight negative offset voltage with low LLC as @coercitiv suggested earlier should also work with the temp limit. Congrats, you've got clock stretching. Resultat sind Instabilitäten und Boot-Probleme. GamersNexus.net is Owned, Operated, & Maintained by GamersNexus, LLC. Here’s our first two charts, we’ll just take turns putting them on the screen. Trotzdem sollte die CPU nicht ins Temperatur Limit laufen, vor allem wen man Highend Kühlkomponenten einsetzt. The most interesting part of these results, however, are the scores with a negative voltage offset: the Godlike board was stable with an offset as low as -0.1V using the 3900X, and gained 2% over the stock multithreaded score. Not random readings. SoC voltage, VDDP voltage & more. I run with a fairly high -0.120 undervolt offset but even with that I don't experience any stability or clock stretching. For our final charts, we’ve stuck results from both boards together, because the point is simple: Tdie is vastly lower on both the R5 3600 and the 3900X with vcore set to 1V, and as the previous charts have shown clocks are higher, but that doesn’t mean performance is better. Had some issues with mine id like to help with if they are similar and save you some time. I recommend a Small undervolt for a little performance. Auch wenn es hier nicht wirklich reingehört aber hat einer mal testdurchläufe gemacht bei cinebench r20 mit einem 3700x, energieplan v4 und offset auf -0,1 volt? Remember that when the A-Phase voltage is zero, the other two phases will not be at zero, so different phases will react to the same fault differently. Parts will arrive in a few days. Get all of Hollywood.com's best Movies lists, news, and more. The reddit post was itself a response to a video where a YouTuber claimed to be lowering temperatures and boosting performance on Ryzen 3000 CPUs by lowering the vcore value in BIOS; we never did catch the video, as it has since been retracted and followed-up by the creator and community with new information. However, 3 rd generation Ryzen CPU’s have the ability to use a maximum boost clock offset Wir haben außerdem die Werte für einen Ryzen 7 3700X und einen Ryzen 9 3900X ermittelt: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X, ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero, BIOS 0702, AGESA 1.0.0.3 AB CPU VID (BIOS) For me the offset was the best thing I have done to boost performance and reduce temps. You're supposed to watch temps under heavy load, not while idling. The Division 2 Performance Review: Ubisoft Finally Makes DX12 Shine. One-point-zero is a ridiculously low voltage to run for Ryzen 3000 CPUs, but both boards and both CPUs allowed us to set and boot at this voltage. There’s an unholy number of charts that could be generated with the data we’ve gathered, so we’ll be focusing on the MSI Godlike board for most of this piece, just because the graphs for it are a little easier to read. It's a bit weird to dial in though. Thank for your awnser, the problem is that i dont know how to change the offset voltage on my gigabyte motherboard, i just can't find the option A CPU on Auto, will degrade naturally, again, along many years due to the fact it's just a electrical thingy. I also see 4.350MHz to 4.375MHz while gaming instead of 4.300MHz with auto vcore offset. Thank for your awnser, the problem is that i dont know how to change the offset voltage on my gigabyte motherboard, i just can't find the option In the single threaded tests, it logged boosts to 4.5GHz and beyond, but the stock results won out here with a fairly constant 4575MHz for most of the single threaded test. Ist das Normal für einen Ryzen 3 3900X mit einer 240er AiO? I was only monitoring cpufreq of cpu0 so you dont get to see the max pbo across all cores but that gets too messy to view when you're viewing 24 cores. At least that was how my 2700x performed. This actually only dropped benchmark scores by less than 5%, but didn't change the CPU temps by any noticeable amount. Overclocking-Guru Roman "der8auer" Hartung (sprich: "der Bauer") hat sich in Zusammenarbeit mit dem für den Sockel AM4 vorgeknöpft und deren freien Multiplikator genutzt, um die schon regulär sehr hohe Taktfrequenz von 3,8 GHz noch weiter anzuheben. After a benchmark has concluded, we’ll record the two numbers in the max column and then click the highlighted reset button to have a clean slate for our next benchmark run. It’s also possible to tweak voltage down on our 3900X for some very minor benefits. In POV-Ray, running the 3900X at a flat 4.3GHz at 1.35V gives it a 8.2% performance boost over stock. Profil Beiträge anzeigen Private Nachricht Blog anzeigen Kabelverknoter(in) Themenstarter Mitglied seit 05.03.2014. 130W resulted in max boost clocks of about 3.9-4.0MHz instead of the 4.1-4.2 that I got on stock settings. Moving into the single-threaded test has the offset results averaging the highest VID. Consider adding a negative voltage offset. I have read that OC is probably not worth it, so I am planning to apply only XMP and PBO. I am getting about 4566.6 max. Light load will be up to 1.58v depending on power plan and BIOS.I say 1.58v because it is the highest voltage I have seen.This high voltage is to get the high boost on cores.Highest boost I seen was 4750Mhz on 3800X Now as long as temperatures are within AMD limits ,I would say no problems and try not to let it bug … My default process is undervolting via my BIOS’ offset mode and reducing the voltage step by step. These charts show VID instead. I think i might have seen the temps jump to like 72°C while playing but it is a small 3 sec at most spike from mid to high 60's . I cant remember the voltages i am set at, but it is low like.. 1.1x. Launch hwinfo64 and monitor the boost clocks. Funny thing is fully stock the CPU stays nearly 4GHz all the time with high voltage (low current of course), PBO Enhanced Mode 4 makes it settle more on desktop. Edit: specs Ryzen 3900x Cooler master 212 evo Aorus ultra 1.x mobo Aorus 2080 super waterforce Corsair 32g (16x2) 3200MHz 1TB samsung evo nvme m.2 4 nzxt case fans+ the rad and 2 fans from GPU. Not sure if that is their marketing tactic but is pretty simple. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. 1.4v when it actually isn't drawing much power is fine, just use a -0.05v offset, all 3900x can handle that without a dip in performance, or -0.1v if ur lucky. Οπότε έβαλα voltage offset -115mV* και επειδή πολλές φορές δουλεύει 100% για μέρες έβαλα να κάνει thermal throttle στους 77C να έχω το κεφάλι μου ήσυχο. Playing a game of MW i saw up to 98°C. Put PBO on "Enhanced Mode 4" with a CPU voltage on offset mode of -0.1v. The average core VID numbers stack up differently than the reported vcore. At the very least, this proves that the BIOS option is doing something, even if the end result isn’t what we want. I don't trust any of the programs readings. Voltage offset is your friend. Οπότε έβαλα voltage offset -115mV* και επειδή πολλές φορές δουλεύει 100% για μέρες έβαλα να κάνει thermal throttle στους 77C να έχω το κεφάλι μου ήσυχο. Running PBO with +200mhz, scaler at x10, rest auto and just the positive offset. 3. I'm fine with my CPU hitting mid-70s so I am going to just run PBO + AutoOC. Scored higher CB 20 in MT bench and CPU-Z bench mode. Mein Wert liegt bei 4866. Under heavy load the 3900X can run at 1.1v with vdrop which is a great CPU. As mentioned earlier we’ve chosen not to include the results we gathered on the X570 Master board, but they back-up all the results we’ve shown for the Godlike so far. Lowering vcore a lot will initiate “clock stretching,” with the result that monitoring software will report normal/higher clocks while actual performance drops. Lower temps and better benchmark scores. No other background processes like updates or anything. Reply. 3900x and Asus C8H. To test for the clock stretching I just use Cinebench r20. We used a +0.4v VCCSA offset to get the memory that high and a 1.5v DRAM voltage. Derweil ist der Betrieb des Ryzen 9 3900X mit einem Offset von -.1V auf dem MSI X570 Godlike möglich. Hi, I need to reduce my CPU voltage,but I can't able to access the core voltage offset in Intel XTU. I haven't played with the voltage offset yet, but I did try adjusting the PPT from 142W to other levels. The next chart shows the same type of data, except on the R9 3900X instead. Most of the time those programs won't even pick up a - voltage offset. Ok just done some more testing. Hello ! It may be voltage, power or temp, or a combination of the three. My personal strongest results are -0.075 or -0.08125 on CPU and leaving the SoC as-is. When leaving everything else stock, setting a small negative vcore offset helped more and yielded more predictable behavior than setting a straight manual vcore, but the benefits varied by CPU, motherboard, and workload. Ein Offset von -0.075V SoC und Core sind schon gemacht. At stock, the Godlike performed slightly better than the Master, and the best undervolt offset we could manage didn’t significantly change either board’s score. Our conclusion is that yes, there is an easily reproducible bug where setting a vcore too low on Ryzen 3000 CPUs will cause a significant decrease in performance while reporting to HWiNFO that clocks and temperatures have improved. With clocks set on auto the CPU will clock stretch rather than crash when power starved. We recommend decreasing this to “-100mV” to start. Run an r20 test and record the score again. Hello ! I have a 3900x with the stock cooler and a gigabyte x570 UD motherboard. Now enjoy lower temps and better performance : ), you forgot to test other avx workloads, blender, Occt or Prime might trigger a different avx clock and that -120mv is enough to crash/reboot the system, -120mv is no big deal uder normal avx, but heavy avx drop your voltage to 1.15-1.2 and -120mv there is too much. Produktinformationen - der8auer Ryzen 9 3900X 3,8 GHz (Matisse) pretested @ 4,30 GHz Sorgenfrei übertakten für das Extra an Gaming-Power! I would lower your offset a little bit ( maybe at -0.0725 V) because in my opinion you are slightly reducing performance with -0.1 V, but don’t worry about voltage. I’ve highlighted all the sensors in HWiNFO that we’ll be using during our benchmarking A few notes: 1. Copyright © 2021 GamersNexus, LLC. "Override Mode" is recommended for overclocking. ... AMD specifies 3200MHz as memory clock on the Ryzen 9 3900X. The 3900X, like the 3600, performed much worse than stock with vcore set to 1V. -0.05 is the sweet spot for my setup. will cause the requested voltage per core (VID) to rise in response so that the end result is nearly the same. Adaptive Mode will change the voltage depending on whether it’s idle or under load. The first is the high idle voltage, while idling the voltages do not drop below 1.38v, ranging from 1.44v to 1.38v, although I have to say that this is caused by the iCue software. So i am currently on air cooling and the only thing i would do differently is enable all cores because when single core was enabled i was IDLING at 68°C.... on my desktop... with JUST afterburner downloaded n running. Always used to OC my chips but having a play here it doesnt seem to have much point in even messing with OC as results arent much to talk about for the effort. Keep doing increasing the offset and running the tests until your score decreases. I have a 3900x with the stock cooler and a gigabyte x570 UD motherboard. I managed to overclock my 3900X to 4.3GHz across all cores – a big improvement from the 3.9GHz I achieved out of the box, but still a little short of AMDs claimed 4.6GHz. MB Asus x570 - e and RAM 3600 8x4. I am receiving my 3900x in a few days. Now we’ve established the truth, which is that setting a vcore this low will in fact damage performance, even if that damage doesn’t come in a form as obvious as a typical bluescreen. In theory you could tinker further using this method; reducing the voltage further may allow for cooler running, and you may have more luck in increasing frequency, it really comes down to the “silicon lottery”! In POV-Ray, running the 3900X at a flat 4.3GHz at 1.35V gives it a 8.2% performance boost over stock. From just these numbers, it would appear that the 1V vcore results are the best, as the R5 3600 held a constant 4.2GHz throughout the three multithreaded passes as well as the long single threaded pass. In this video, we’ll demonstrate how to know when undervolting is working versus not working, talk about the gains or losses, and get some hard numbers for the Master and Godlike motherboards. Press J to jump to the feed. Even though the original content was too good to be true, it was still based on a completely valid idea -- lowering voltage, 50% of the equation for power -- will theoretically reduce thermals and power load. He is looking at you saying "leave me auto dude, or if you wish give me some negative offset and leave me alone". Go back -0.01 or -.015 from the offset value that you got the reduced score in. In multithreaded and single-threaded results for the R5 3600, it’s immediately obvious that applying 1V vcore tanked performance. It prevents the CPU from getting hotter allowing to boost faster. Latest AMD drivers with AMD balance profile. R9 3900X - 4.1-4.2 when most or all cores in use. 0 Kudos Share. Last edited by ZER0_K%; Apr 24 @ 4:25pm < > Showing 1-15 of 19 comments . tl;dr 'idle' spikes are nothing to worry about, but your overall idle temps seem off. In the new window, tick the “Unlock Adjustable Voltage” box. The only other notables are the 3600 with a -.05V offset on the X570 Master, which was slightly cooler than stock in multithreaded testing with an extremely small bump to its average score, and the 3900X with a 0.1V offset on the MSI Godlike, which was much cooler than stock in single-threaded testing but with minor performance degradation. Snow. Super User Mark as New; Bookmark; Subscribe; Mute; Subscribe to RSS Feed; Permalink; Print; Email to a Friend; Report Inappropriate Content ‎06-14-2020 10:27 AM. 1. Stock vcore for the R5 3600, shown here, was reported as about 1.39V under all-core load or about 1.344V with the negative offset applied, and both fluctuated between 1.38-1.4V in the single threaded test. you can do it by setting the offset value to -0.05 and run a multicore r20 test and then write down the score. cooling them will keep it cooler in the long run and the cooler electronics work the better theh operate so my focus was temps -> then frequency-> THEN backing down voltages which reminds me it is at 4.1GHz or 4.0. It’s not a huge leap, but it’s a real improvement and the same behavior was shown on the X570 Master. If you don't know what that is you need to watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JscRwIH3OAY. This is a quick and straightforward piece inspired by a Reddit post from about a week ago. It’s the 3600 set to 1V that requests the highest voltages during the multithreaded test, at about 1.4V versus 1.36-1.37V stock and offset. So let's see some actual real measurements. 130W resulted in max boost clocks of about 3.9-4.0MHz instead of the 4.1-4.2 that I got on stock settings. Για overclockιng** χωρίς υδρόψυξη ξεχάστε το. We moderate comments on a ~24~48 hour cycle. Ryzen 9; 3900x heat, voltage and frequency issues thank u all. That was encouraging, because it meant we were hitting real limits rather than fooling ourselves by setting an unrealistically low manual vcore, so there was a chance it might actually help performance. We did this stock, set to 1V vcore in BIOS, and then with the best negative vcore offset we could manage, which was usually .05V. The other thing is that although the cooler that comes with the 3900X is actually not bad, it is however useless if you want to optimise your system because the Ryzen 3900X is very sensitive to temps and even a difference of 2° C makes a difference with regard to how high you can go with your clockspeeds This is not to say that Ryzen Master is useless and it is a useful tool. Therefore the maximum DC offset occurs when the voltage is zero. Only 6% of Ryzen 9 3900X’s tested by CPU retail site Silicon Lottery are able to reach 4.2GHz manual all-core overclock. I noticed a number of sites and channels are reporting that the AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-core, 24-thread processor can be run at full clock speeds with just 1.00V on the CPU VCore. To paraphrase Reddit user Boxman90’s response post, lowering vcore a little bit without being in OC mode (locking the clocks, etc.) I seen this alone with the crazy low voltages they report. Seems like best I can get is 4075Mhz~4100Mhz with 1usmus power plan and settings and -0.0625 voltage offset (reduces max core peak from 4625Mhz to 4600Mhz but W/E). 1.4v when it actually isn't drawing much power is fine, just use a -0.05v offset, all 3900x can handle that without a dip in performance, or -0.1v if ur lucky. Cinebench at 80° is not out of ordinary (on my system I reach 78°). It’s very easy to trick yourself into thinking all the numbers are better, but actually sacrifice performance. Treiber und BIOS ist aktuell. As long as you stay under 1.45v and 90*C you're fine for long term use. R9-3900X | GA-X570 Aorus Xtreme | 32GB 3600MHz CL17 | GTX 1070 | Samsung 970 Evo Plus Sabaj D3 | Superlux HD668B. Using a slight negative offset voltage with low LLC as @coercitiv suggested earlier should also work with the temp limit. Since AMD doesn’t specify voltage, since it varies based on workload and boost frequency, I’ve attempted to specify the most common voltage seen during a similar load (Prime95). All rights reserved. "3900x is running a bit hot and high voltage, but I figure that will get fixed with a motherboard update." Your ccx2 will be not as good silicon as the ccx0 so will hold you back. 5 or so cores regularly hit that 4.6 plus. The 1V BIOS setting works according to software logging, although the next batch of charts may contradict that. YMMV because of silicon and cooling differences. Temps lowered drastically in high load. Like way too high. These next charts are all frequency plots. All forum topics; Previous Topic; Next Topic; 5 Replies AlHill. We’ve also zoomed the frequency charts to a 2000MHz range in order to make the differences more obvious. ... there is no thermal offset, so the temperature reported is the correct temperature. Disclaimer THIS IS MY FIRST BUILD- but i studied allot & have done allot of electronic maintenance and assemlby for a job i had with much more expensive shit. Ich habe meine CPU AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900x auf 4,2 Ghz übertakten und die Vcore Voltage auf OFFSET + gestellt und er zieht unter 100% Last 1,50 VCPU ist das Normal das diese CPU so viel Volt zieht ? Pushing an offset lower than -.05V on the X570 Master actually did cause instability and boot problems. Limit your EDC to 140 as well. With the 3900X chart, there’s a more clear division during the multithreaded test with stock the lowest (1.23V), then the offset (1.32V), then the 1V results (1.34-1.35V). 06.09.2018, 08:51 #4. derschlaechter73. This first one shows the R5 3600 on the Godlike at 1V, stock, and at -0.05v offset. I've tried numerous settings turning core performance mode on, under volt off-set by 0.1 on the CPU, setting load line calibration, changing various PBO settings (tried setting the PBO power settings to 1000 and the clock was stuck at 3775Mhz) and none seem to boost it higher.
Ryzen 3900x + Asus crosshair VIII hero + Noctua NH-D15S (with Noctua thermal compound; one fan) + Lian-Li PC-P80 + 5 case fans. Next, we decrease the “Offset Voltage” slider, which is the undervolting part. Overclocking-Guru Roman "der8auer" Hartung (sprich: "der Bauer") hat sich in Zusammenarbeit mit dem für den Sockel AM4 vorgeknöpft und deren freien Multiplikator genutzt, um die schon regulär sehr hohe Taktfrequenz von 3,8 GHz noch weiter anzuheben. Offset Mode adds the offset voltage that you set to default voltage. Post yours. I've noticed large benefits with this on pbo and auto oc and it's not the power bug. AW: i5 2500k - Offset Voltage immer über 1.4V Ich lese es mit HWinfo64 aus. On the R9 3900X, clocks were less constant, but it still reported holding higher clocks than stock with 4225MHz during the multithreaded tests. … We ran the 3600 and the 3900X each both on the Gigabyte X570 Master and the MSI X570 Godlike, running Cinebench R20 three times multithreaded and then once single threaded while logging in HWiNFO and recorded the scores. In my case and with my specific MOBO (Asus C6H - x370) the different Ryzen CPUs I had (3600x, 3700x and now 3900x) behaved in the same way: - High voltage at idle up to 1.5V - (Thus) 'high' idle temps: around 37-45ºC I'm not sure what you mean by "took it off single core", but there's something amiss with your setup I fear, you shouldn't be idling at > 60C. I run with a fairly high -0.120 undervolt offset but even with that I don't experience any stability or clock stretching. That means no LLC overrides or anything like that, so the boards will behave differently based on how the manufacturers configured them. Much like GPU overclocking must be validated with performance tests, CPU volt-frequency changes have to be validated with performance. It’s up to AMD to explain why their CPUs do what they do; what we’re attempting to do in this piece is replicate the behavior and see if we can find a way to undervolt effectively. Suffice it to say, the reports about undervolting the 3900x causing performance regression are … Ideally though you should aim for no more than 1.4v and 80*C. Produktinformationen - der8auer Ryzen 9 3900X 3,8 GHz (Matisse) pretested @ 4,20 GHz Sorgenfrei übertakten für das Extra an Gaming-Power! Set voltage to auto - don;t worry about offset. This actually only dropped benchmark scores by less than 5%, but didn't change the CPU temps by any noticeable amount. The offset value is added or subtracted from the Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage box, and the total is displayed in the Total Adaptive Mode CPU Core Voltage pane. August 15, 2020. I've gone more aggressive but this one is fine. I run a d15 and I undervolt -0.075 or so. I’ve higlighted the Ryzen 7 2700: Enhancedcategory (there’s another category called “Ryzen 7 2700” that doesn’t have temperature or power consumption that we’ll ignore) 2. We also ran Blender and logged frequency, but the Cinebench numbers are plenty for now. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, R9 3900X | 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra | AW3418DW and 2x S2716DGs, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JscRwIH3OAY. Ryzen 3900X voltage Hello, I recently acquired a 3900x CPU and I am experiencing several cases that I do not know if they would be normal. It’s clear that the 1V vcore result isn’t actually performing better on either CPU, though, simply by a rough comparison of how much longer the test took to complete. reboot. I haven't build it yet. The clocks will appear normal or improved even though performance is reduced. That’s why we also tested the voltage offset, shown in this next chart. There will be some delay after submitting a comment. So i re applied thermal paste after cleaning, same thing, then i swapped out the prism, used a cooler master hyper 212 evo, and was still at 66°C. Under heavy load the 3900X can run at 1.1v with vdrop which is a great CPU. Voltage below 725 mv are not accepted You should cut the maximum possible clock rate with the curve, otherwise the card will become unstable with too high clock rates in the peak. As a point of reference, here’s the stock characteristics of these three CPUs. My 3900x tops out at 4.650MHz and 1.506v. The reason why we’re interested in max values instead of so… 0.1v undervolt and faster than this guy's stock 3900x using completely different benchmarks than the other 24 tests run against myself. The content ended up indirectly demonstrating some unique AMD Ryzen 3000 behaviors that we thought worth testing for ourselves. Re: Max safe voltage for 3900x overclocking? But also, I have seen recommendations of - 0.05 offsets. It seems that Auto means off. I haven't played with the voltage offset yet, but I did try adjusting the PPT from 142W to other levels. For me the offset was the best thing I have done to boost performance and reduce temps. /r/AMD is community run and does not represent AMD in any capacity unless specified. Let me tempt you with some stuff I just now did with my 3900x and Prime95 SmallFFTs as a proxy for a DC workload (yes, some DC workloads can actually be worse). We controlled vcore in the tests that called for it, we applied XMP and custom timings and voltage to the DRAM, we maxed out fan speeds and kept ambient temperatures and cooling as constant as possible, but otherwise we used the motherboards’ auto settings. N Quiet from auto to Enabled the differences more obvious HWinfo64 aus, Operated, & Maintained GamersNexus. Edited by ZER0_K % ; Apr 24 @ 4:25pm < > Showing 1-15 19! 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