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    Actually, i use the high performance plan, and set the minimum processor frequency to 5%, and max to 100%. I picked the "high performance" plan bc AMD recommends it for now for the best performance. With the BIOS at default settings, it will boost a few cores to about 3.75 and drop others, and running Cinebench all cores will lightly boost to 3.2. Idle drops it down quite a bit. So that part's working. I want to OC a little and retain the same type of functionality. Ryzen master works to OC and keep power saving downclocks..but you have to run it manually, which is a pain. I'm wondering if it's even worth the hassle in my case.
    @MNMadman: interesting, thanks. At least i know it's not just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben_JB View Post
    @MNMadman: interesting, thanks. At least i know it's not just me.
    Yeah I first discovered it when I was experimenting with disabling CPU cores to see what an R5 would perform like. I would change the Downcore setting and hit F10 to save and it would say nothing had changed. I would cancel and go back in to check and it was still changed. Confused me at first.

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