- Oct 5, 2009
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|Processor||Ryzen 5900X in ECO-mode.|
|Motherboard||ASUS ROG Strix X570-I Gaming|
|Cooling||Noctua NH-U9B SE2|
|Memory||GSKILL Flare X F4-3200C14D-16GFX|
|Video Card(s)||ZOTAC 1660Ti AMP|
|Storage||WD Black SN750 500GB NVMe SSD|
|Display(s)||SAMSUNG 24" SD590 Series|
|Power Supply||CORSAIR SF750|
|Mouse||Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0|
|Keyboard||KB Paradise V80 Olivette TKL|
What else would you expect? Infinite CPU clock?
that i get an unlocked CPU when i buy an unlocked CPU?
I'm wondering if this is now a BIOS related issue for Gigabyte motherboards? Or is this some kind of Intel ADL "limit" that applies to all of the other motherboard makers? If ASUS, MSI, ASRock can design a BIOS to circumvent a type of ADL default rules like what we are seeing here then GIgabyte should also be able to come up with a BIOS that does the same?It is unlocked, but it will only run X MHz by default
Maybe this is just Gigabyte BIOS issue and is related to AVX??...
AIDA stress utilizes AVX and so Does Prime95 and they both will drop the clocks on various cores while stressing with manual all core OC. Disable AVX instructions on Prime95 and I'm not seeing the drop in core speeds. WCG which I believe doesn't use AVX will also run without lowering clocks on all core with E-cores disabled (which is due to WCG W10 scheduling bug).