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    Your experience with "AUTO OC" feature!

    Hello everyone!

    I want to ask what your experience with the "+200Mhz AUTO OC" feature is?

    On the latest ABBA Agesa, I can only get 4625Mhz max boost no matter what settings I use? It's also very confusing because PBO and AUTO OC is present in several different locations in UEFI, so I was wondering what settings you are using to get the highest possible frequency beyond the rated max-boost for your processor?

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    +200Mhz AUTO OC with PBO enabled gives me max boost on 1 core of 4425, with PBO off 4450 on the 3600X with the 2801.

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    Quote Originally Posted by igralec84 View Post
    +200Mhz AUTO OC with PBO enabled gives me max boost on 1 core of 4425, with PBO off 4450 on the 3600X with the 2801.
    Interesting, so you get a higher boost with Auto OC on, but PBO off?

    Where do you set the PBO to OFF? It's confusing because in the advanced teaker menu as well as AMD Overvlocking I don't get access to the AUTO OC feature unless I turn PBO on. So I'm curious how you manage to turn AUTO OC on but leave PBO off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzed View Post
    Interesting, so you get a higher boost with Auto OC on, but PBO off?

    Where do you set the PBO to OFF? It's confusing because in the advanced teaker menu as well as AMD Overvlocking I don't get access to the AUTO OC feature unless I turn PBO on. So I'm curious how you manage to turn AUTO OC on but leave PBO off?
    Might just be a weird coincidence, first i only started Ryzen Master and set Auto OC + 200 and restarted. I usually get 4/6 cores at 4400, this got me 2 at 4425. Then i just went into BIOS and under Extreme Tweaker i set PBO to disabled, the first thing out of three in that submenu. Then one core went to 4450 with Ryzen Master on with Auto OC +200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by igralec84 View Post
    Might just be a weird coincidence, first i only started Ryzen Master and set Auto OC + 200 and restarted. I usually get 4/6 cores at 4400, this got me 2 at 4425. Then i just went into BIOS and under Extreme Tweaker i set PBO to disabled, the first thing out of three in that submenu. Then one core went to 4450 with Ryzen Master on with Auto OC +200.
    OK so you're using Ryzen master then. I was hoping there would be a way to do it from within UEFI only since I don't like cluttering Windows with background processes. But I'll have to look some more to see if I can figure it out.

    +50Mhz is still quite a long way to go towards +200Mhz though and as far as I know I don't think anyone has reached it yet. Maybe it will be the next "Boost-gate"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozzed View Post
    OK so you're using Ryzen master then. I was hoping there would be a way to do it from within UEFI only since I don't like cluttering Windows with background processes. But I'll have to look some more to see if I can figure it out.

    +50Mhz is still quite a long way to go towards +200Mhz though and as far as I know I don't think anyone has reached it yet. Maybe it will be the next "Boost-gate"?
    Yeah and i have a custom loop so temps aren't really a problem or excuse. Also interesting is that max voltage stays the same, 1.475v for 4400 or 4450. Maybe the +200 will never happen since above 1.5v isn't safe. My previous 2700X boosted to 4500-4600 on a ****ty Gigabyte low end board, but those CPUs were probably built like that whereas these 3000s looks like aren't.

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