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Old 31-07-19, 04:12 PM
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You can do per-CCX overclocking (or is it CCD?) with available tools. Lots of folks on OCN are experimenting with those things.
I just wish per core overclocking was possible/easy. It would be a killer feature for Ryzen, as it could fix a lot of the downsides of Ryzen overclocking.

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Old 31-07-19, 04:33 PM
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I just wish per core overclocking was possible/easy. It would be a killer feature for Ryzen, as it could fix a lot of the downsides of Ryzen overclocking.
It is possible. Easy is a matter of learning, and perspective. It's easy for any geek. The big question is whether it's worth the headache or not. Is it really worth it, testing for hours to figure out which cores boost higher than others? Not to me, but YMMV. I'm content to wait for more BIOS updates. Once they get the major bugs squashed, and AGESA code is stabilized, then I'll look more into OCing and tweaking. I see no point in doing that now, other than for fun.
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Old 31-07-19, 04:44 PM
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It is possible. Easy is a matter of learning, and perspective. It's easy for any geek. The big question is whether it's worth the headache or not. Is it really worth it, testing for hours to figure out which cores boost higher than others? Not to me, but YMMV. I'm content to wait for more BIOS updates. Once they get the major bugs squashed, and AGESA code is stabilized, then I'll look more into OCing and tweaking. I see no point in doing that now, other than for fun.
I know there are ways to get it to work. I'd be trying to test this right now if I had Ryzen 3rd Gen hardware here. I'm just hearing that the process is a little tedius ATM.

What I mean is that I wish it was possible via the BIOS in the same way that it's possible on Intel platforms.
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I know there are ways to get it to work. I'd be trying to test this right now if I had Ryzen 3rd Gen hardware here. I'm just hearing that the process is a little tedius ATM.

What I mean is that I wish it was possible via the BIOS in the same way that it's possible on Intel platforms.
Ahh, understood. Yeah it's ugly right now on X570, no matter what the rabid AMD fanboys say. Patience is a virtue.
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At least it should be easier to work out what the strong and weak cores are now if it does get simpler to do, by monitoring the per core frequencies in the chips stock config under load.
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