Thanks, ill try to figure out the balanced power plan.You can manually set a 36.0 multiplier in BIOS. But why? that would keep it from ever boosting.
If your system is properly set up you will only see it boosting occasionally so if you don't like seeing constantly in a boost then look at what tray utilities you have running. Things like iCue and Steam and Origin will artificially raise the processor activity level so it stays boosted with elevated voltage. So kill everything you can and check again. For those you find are causing it, consider whether you really need them running all the time....use them only when you need them.
Also make sure you've installed the latest AMD chipset drivers and are running the Ryzen Balanced power plan. And last, to monitor processor speed and voltage use a utility that doesn't affect it. RyzenMaster is good as is CPUz and HWInfo64. And only run one at a time.
I dont really need any boost frequencies, im completely fine with having a constant 3.6.