Hardware Thread 2020

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  1. Posts : 19,524
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #411

    Kol12 said:
    Max performance is just like an on/off switch, the real power saving features lie in the CPU power states. For Intel this is C-States. Unfortunately I am not familiar with Ryzen power states.
    Yes, even on Ryzen,lowering max CPU from 100% even to 99% sets processor on the base frequency. Setting minimum CPU to about 5% allows most cores into sleep state on low idle usage. Good part is that Ryzen is very fast to jump to max frequency when needed although that makes it feel "jumpy".
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  2. Posts : 2,979
    Windows 11
       #412

    CountMike said:
    Yes, even on Ryzen,lowering max CPU from 100% even to 99% sets processor on the base frequency. Setting minimum CPU to about 5% allows most cores into sleep state on low idle usage. Good part is that Ryzen is very fast to jump to max frequency when needed although that makes it feel "jumpy".
    Apparently the Windows Maximum Performance power plan is more than the just setting the CPU at maximum boost speed, there's supposed to other maximum performance related features working in the background. Max performance may benefit your benchmarks and gaming.

    If you use it for gaming and don't want the CPU constantly locked at full speed but still want the 'performance plan' optimizations you can create a custom power plan and set the minimum processor state from 100% to 5%. This way the CPU will clock down when needed but the still have the benefit of the maximum performance power plan.
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  3. Posts : 19,524
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #413

    Kol12 said:
    Apparently the Windows Maximum Performance power plan is more than the just setting the CPU at maximum boost speed, there's supposed to other maximum performance related features working in the background. Max performance may benefit your benchmarks and gaming.

    If you use it for gaming and don't want the CPU constantly locked at full speed but still want the 'performance plan' optimizations you can create a custom power plan and set the minimum processor state from 100% to 5%. This way the CPU will clock down when needed but the still have the benefit of the maximum performance power plan.
    Yes, I modified all power plans in respect of min/max CPU and at least disk sleep (that's same as making a new PP). Even have a program that can ad more functions to PP like CPU frequency, not only %.
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    PP used right now
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    I'll try to find that pp modifying program again.
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  4. Posts : 19,524
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #414

    Jere it is
    PowerSettingsExplorer
    PowerSettingsExplorer
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  5. Posts : 27,250
    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #415

    Jeepers, I'll stick with Intel forever, AMD makes everything so darn complicated and convoluted
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  6. Posts : 19,524
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #416

    Cliff S said:
    Jeepers, I'll stick with Intel forever, AMD makes everything so darn complicated and convoluted
    Power Plans and their options are same for Intel, only difference is in custom plans specifically for Ryzen. AMD Ryzen Balanced comes with chipset drivers and 1ismus plan is from a Russian guy that also make custom BIOS for Ryzen only. He doesn't like Intel
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  7. Posts : 2,068
    Windows 10 Pro
       #417

    Cliff S said:
    Jeepers, I'll stick with Intel forever, AMD makes everything so darn complicated and convoluted
    Well, we have a Ryzen 7-3800x and don't bother making any changes to the power plans and the chip works superb, so they are only as complicated as you want them to be.
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  8. Posts : 1,191
    Windows 11 Pro x64
       #418

    Cliff S said:
    new GPU-Z: TechPowerUp GPU-Z (v2.32.0) Download | TechPowerUp
    v2.32.0 (May 29th, 2020)
    Added NVIDIA per-rail voltage and power monitoring
    Fixed WDDM 2.7 Hardware Accelerated GPU Scheduling readout in Advanced Tab to report "Disabled, not supported" instead of "Unknown (8)" on Windows 10 2004 with AMD graphics card
    Added support for Intel Comet Lake 10th Generation CPUs
    Added support for AMD Radeon Pro W5700X, WX 4170
    Added support for GTX 1650 Ti Mobile (TU116-A), NVIDIA Tesla V100S-PCIE-32GB
    v2.31.0 (May 6th, 2020)


    Attachment 280876
    HWInfo64 also provides this information now (at least in their latest beta an later):

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  9. Posts : 7,724
    3-Win-7Prox64 3-Win10Prox64 3-LinuxMint20.2
       #419

    HI,
    I'm returning the z490 formula tomorrow to amazon all packed up because I landed a z490 apex yesterday on the egg saving 100.us they've been blasting memory frequency over on ocn just have to get another set of memory later
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  10. Posts : 134,578
    Windows 11 Pro (x64) 22H2 Build 22621.3737
       #420

    ThrashZone said:
    HI,
    I'm returning the z490 formula tomorrow to amazon all packed up because I landed a z490 apex yesterday on the egg saving 100.us they've been blasting memory frequency over on ocn just have to get another set of memory later
    Those Apex boards are my favorite....Congrats Mike
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