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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #581

    New CPU-Z update:
    Version 1.85
    AMD AGESA version report in BIOS information.
    Increased clocks refresh rate.
    Fix initialization error on Windows XP and 7.

    DOWNLOADING CPU-Z_1.85-EN.EXE | CPUID
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #582

    Here is an interesting one I just did.
    My Hyper-V Insider(fast) virtual machine.
    I have given it 8 virtual CPU cores, and 8GB RAM(yeah it's a fast VM), and all my VM's and their VHD(virtual hard disks) are on a M.2 NVMe drive.
    Intel Core i7 @ 3696 MHz - CPU-Z VALIDATOR

    Official OC Leaderboard-image.png

    It seems that even though my PC is overclocked, Hyper-V only show as stock frequency

    When I monitor it from the Host(my rig), while the VMs is running validation, though:
    Official OC Leaderboard-image.png

    I think Microsoft needs to fix something, what do ya'll say?
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #583

    By the way the reason I tested this, was I finally got around to upgrading my VM to build 17661.1001 and was monitoring Task Manager,
    and noticed that the 8 virtual cores were going crazy,
    but core speed stays a steady 3.7GHz,
    even though I'm currently running a 4.7GHz OC(with full C-States) for stability and daily use.
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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       #584

    It's an emulator, doesn't have direct access to HW. See. it doesn't show voltage and other things. How does it work if you have stationary OC on all cores and no C/P states ?
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #585

    CountMike said:
    It's an emulator, doesn't have direct access to HW. See. it doesn't show voltage and other things. How does it work if you have stationary OC on all cores and no C/P states ?
    I'll try it later Mike:)
    As I'm still in the process of updating the VM.
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  6. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #586

    CountMike, I set my BIOS to my 5GHz:
    Click pics to enlarge
    The VM:
    Official OC Leaderboard-image.png


    The Host:
    Official OC Leaderboard-image.png
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  7. CountMike's Avatar
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       #587

    Hmmmm. still same ? Looks like Hyper-v takes data fro CPU driver. Give me few hours, gonna try in VM Ware Player.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #588

    CountMike said:
    Hmmmm. still same ? Looks like Hyper-v takes data fro CPU driver. Give me few hours, gonna try in VM Ware Player.
    Have fun Mike.
    It is interesting isn't it?
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  9. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #589

    The question remains:
    At what clock speed does a VM run?
    Because say someone sets up a server, but wants to OC it,
    1. is it even worth OCing the system then?
    2. if a Windows VM is reading wrong clock speeds, can it possibly cause stability issues when multitasking heavy loads(where as on the Host you can be sure when you monitor it).

    and 3. WTF?
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  10. CountMike's Avatar
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       #590

    Cliff S said:
    The question remains:
    At what clock speed does a VM run?
    Because say someone sets up a server, but wants to OC it,
    1. is it even worth OCing the system then?
    2. if a Windows VM is reading wrong clock speeds, can it possibly cause stability issues when multitasking heavy loads(where as on the Host you can be sure when you monitor it).

    and 3. WTF?
    Yes interesting, never thought of checking that, all I know is that runs slower but I chalked that one on being just in emulation mode. Installing SCU right now. Here it's talking to me now.
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