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Question Need Help with Ryzen 2600x, stuck at 2200mhz

Jon447

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Hello, I have been having issues with my Ryzen 2600x and am stuck after trying out what I could find online. Essentially my cpu displays as having all cores stuck at 2200mhz on Ryzen Mastter with temporary spikes up to 3600 (the limit I have set as of now) but appears to drop back down after the edc reaches a high % (usually the edc sits at 25%-30% but then spikes to 85% to 99%). I have tried restoring ryzen master settings to default and using CPUID CPU-Z to verify the issue and it displays the same issues as Ryzen Master. I have never edited my BIOS settings and I have switched the widndows power plan to balanced and tried setting minimum processor state to 5% and the minimum and maximum processor states are at 5% and 100%. I'm really lost here and any assistance would be greatly appreciated as it has greatly affected my systems performance.
 

M.AGamer

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Hello, I have been having issues with my Ryzen 2600x and am stuck after trying out what I could find online. Essentially my cpu displays as having all cores stuck at 2200mhz on Ryzen Mastter with temporary spikes up to 3600 (the limit I have set as of now) but appears to drop back down after the edc reaches a high % (usually the edc sits at 25%-30% but then spikes to 85% to 99%). I have tried restoring ryzen master settings to default and using CPUID CPU-Z to verify the issue and it displays the same issues as Ryzen Master. I have never edited my BIOS settings and I have switched the widndows power plan to balanced and tried setting minimum processor state to 5% and the minimum and maximum processor states are at 5% and 100%. I'm really lost here and any assistance would be greatly appreciated as it has greatly affected my systems performance.
Maybe updating your bios to the latest version will solve that problem.If i didn’t fix your problem then Reinstall the cpu and make sure you have downloaded latest drivers from your mobo site
 

Jon447

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Sorry for the late update, even though it's a bit late I thought I would report that clearing the CMOS using a screwdriver (battery was behind the GPU) appears to have done the trick. EDC has stopped spiking randomly while idle and I can maintain a high clock speed while gaming. Thanks for the help, it is greatly appreciated!
 

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