Yuri Bubliy (1usmus) has just released a new version of his popular software tool Clock Tuner for Ryzen. The latest version 2.1 allows Ryzen 5000 series owners to easily and safely upgrade the Zen 3 processor to 5.0 GHz thanks to the new PX profile, which is 25 mV lower than the standard voltage (1.45 vs. 1.475 V). It provides a stable, fixed and efficient frequency that is not affected by any load – no EDC throttling, temperature throttling or stretching.
We’ve copied the main improvements of CTR version 2.1 below, but you’ll also want to check out Bubliy’s slides for other features, including a redesigned profile system with new functionality and user-friendly updates. Bubliy also posted a video showing how the new PX profile works.
Clock Tuner for Ryzen 2.1 Specifications
- CTR automatically finds the best cores for the PX PROFILE during diagnostics (AMD Ryzen 5900X and 5600X have a maximum of 4, 5950X and 5800X have 6, and Zen 2 temporarily has a maximum of 2). There is no increase in diagnostic time. You will see the result on the PROFILE page.
- The CTR automatically sets the frequency of all recommended cores (this also happens during diagnostics). All other cores that are not part of the group operate at a reduced frequency. This guarantees maximum stability and fault tolerance.
- Since the processor very often operates with a combined load of 1 to 6 cores, a high speed of load evaluation is required to change the profile as accurately as possible. Depending on the current operating mode, the sampling frequency of the sensors also changes. The PX PROFILE is the most sensitive, probing the sensors every 150 ms (for P1 – 250 and for P2 – 200).
- The updated CO HYBRID has a shorter profile activation time. For processors with 6, 12 or 24 cores, the activation time of P1 or P2 is reduced by 30%.
- Updating the priority system. Profile P1 has a higher priority than profile P2. The P2 PROFILE has a higher priority than the PX. This prevents frequent or incorrect profile changes. In addition, the temperature of the processor is significantly reduced.
- The PX PROFILE has retention parameters just like the other profiles. This prevents false activation of the profile in the event of a pulsating central load.
- When the current TDC value is below the trigger threshold (A), PX PROFILE is automatically disabled and the AMD Ryzen 5000 processor enters the default performance enhancement mode. In other words: Maximum energy saving is maintained in this mode.
- Enhanced security. As long as the HYBRID OC is in operation, the CTR checks the current voltage. If this value is higher than 1.525 V, the CTR automatically restarts the system without the user having to confirm it. I think some users will ignore the instructions, so I changed the security system rules.
- Check if the sensors are blocked. There are situations in which the sensor no longer responds. At this point, the user may see an abnormal temperature, frequency or voltage reading. I’ve set up a system that analyzes the status of the sensor.
CTR 2.1 and 5000 MHz! (advertisement)
And available to Patreon subscribers in a few hours! @AMDRyzen @AMD @LisaSu pic.twitter.com/MrEoXhAtPO
– Yuri Bubliy (@1usmus) February 15, 2021
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