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2021/01/23 14:54:15 (permalink)
Has anyone had any success with "ClockTuner For Ryzen (CTR)"?
 
guru3d.com/files-details/clocktuner-for-ryzen-download.html
 
The reviews so far seem to be a mixed bag, with some seeing an improvement and others not (especially between different contexts and benchmarks).
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Re: ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) v1.1 Beta 7 2021/01/23 20:42:45 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby _ARXN_ 2021/01/24 21:00:22
I tried it and it was interesting, though if you don't have a multi CCX Ryzen CPU (3900X/XT, 3950X, 5900X and 5950XT) it's going to be of limited or lesser value. Having said that I haven't tried it with my 5900X yet (I tried it with my old 3900X) it's not going to really help you achieve a massive overclock, but it can help you fine tune your OC (even on single CCX Ryzen) and lower voltage/temps and find your CPUs "sweet spot". 

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Re: ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) v1.1 Beta 7 2021/01/24 21:49:17 (permalink)
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I tried it and it was interesting, though if you don't have a multi CCX Ryzen CPU (3900X/XT, 3950X, 5900X and 5950XT) it's going to be of limited or lesser value. Having said that I haven't tried it with my 5900X yet (I tried it with my old 3900X) it's not going to really help you achieve a massive overclock, but it can help you fine tune your OC (even on single CCX Ryzen) and lower voltage/temps and find your CPUs "sweet spot". 



Thanks for the insight!
 
I'm running a 3600x at the moment (only 2 CCX). I might try a very small overclock just for the learning experience. I'm still using the factory Wraith Spire cooler so I'm concerned about thermals.
 
I'm seeing some surprising reports of 3600 and 3600x users being able to ink out 4500+ MHz stable overclock for both CCX1/2 with ClockTuner:
wccftech.com/clocktuner-for-amd-ryzen-zen-2-desktop-cpus-ctr-1-1-update/
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Re: ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) v1.1 Beta 7 2021/01/25 17:33:52 (permalink)
I just saw something about this on overclock.net in my mobo's thread there.  Good to know about single vs multi CCX chips.  Guess I'll wait on it until I can finally get my hands on a 5950X.  

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