Aug 20, 2020
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Hi all, first post in a while.

To run 1usmus Clock Tuner for Ryzen, should all BIOS settings be set to stock? Or does Ryzen Master being implemented in Clock Tuner mean BIOS settings are irrelevant (at least before rebooting)?

Can't seem to find the answer to this anywhere.

Thanks!
 

Karadjgne

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CTR requirements

  • .NET Framework 4.8. (official download page linked)
  • BIOS for Zen 3 with AGESA 1.1.0.0 path D or newer (check your motherboard’s support page).
  • BIOS for Zen 2 with any AGESA.
  • BIOS for APU with AGESA 1.2.0.0 or newer.
  • BIOS configured without manual CPU Voltage and CPU Multiplier settings, without PBO (so set to auto or disabled), without Curve Optimizer and without Performance Enhancer (or other similar technologies).
  • Configured VRM (Important! CPU LLC - Level 3 for ASUS, Mode 4 for MSI, High for Gigabyte and Level 2 for Asrock generally work best). These values are approximate and may vary depending on the motherboard.
  • Stable DRAM (OC or XMP). If you are a beginner, enable XMP and do not touch the DRAM settings.
That's directly from the ClockTuner user guide.

Meaning you don't use anything else that changes bios settings, that includes Ryzen Master, as they are conflicting software.
 

Karadjgne

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CTR requirements

  • .NET Framework 4.8. (official download page linked)
  • BIOS for Zen 3 with AGESA 1.1.0.0 path D or newer (check your motherboard’s support page).
  • BIOS for Zen 2 with any AGESA.
  • BIOS for APU with AGESA 1.2.0.0 or newer.
  • BIOS configured without manual CPU Voltage and CPU Multiplier settings, without PBO (so set to auto or disabled), without Curve Optimizer and without Performance Enhancer (or other similar technologies).
  • Configured VRM (Important! CPU LLC - Level 3 for ASUS, Mode 4 for MSI, High for Gigabyte and Level 2 for Asrock generally work best). These values are approximate and may vary depending on the motherboard.
  • Stable DRAM (OC or XMP). If you are a beginner, enable XMP and do not touch the DRAM settings.
That's directly from the ClockTuner user guide.

Meaning you don't use anything else that changes bios settings, that includes Ryzen Master, as they are conflicting software.
 

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