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  • ZenStates Allows Adjusting Zen P-States, Other Tweaking Under Linux

    Phoronix: ZenStates Allows Adjusting Zen P-States, Other Tweaking Under Linux

    ZenStates is an independent effort to offer P-States-based overclocking from the Linux desktop of AMD Ryzen processors and other tuning...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...enStates-Linux

  • #2
    Hi,

    Could you test ZenStates on EPYC? Even if those processors are locked, I'm wondering if ZenStates could still be used to lock all cores to the max turbo frequency, or even beyond. 24 or 32 cores at 3 Ghz would be amazing, yet no too power hungry.

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    • #3
      No GUI... :P
      Well, no matter, hope this project doesn't die
      Desktop Environment poll:
      https://www.phoronix.com/forums/foru...de-do-you-like

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      • #4
        Originally posted by steckdenis View Post
        Hi,

        Could you test ZenStates on EPYC? Even if those processors are locked, I'm wondering if ZenStates could still be used to lock all cores to the max turbo frequency, or even beyond. 24 or 32 cores at 3 Ghz would be amazing, yet no too power hungry.
        I too am curious about this. And such would dictate my desktop build of choice that I'll likely purchase, hopefully in a few months.

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        • #5
          I was thinking about that too, Michael should test, he have plenty of them

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          • #6
            Does anyone know how the Ryzen temperature development works?

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            • #7
              This is great. My 1600X tops out at 3.9 when doing regular overclocking, which means I lose single-core performance. XFR won't work with OC so my single-core boost of 4.1 gets disabled.

              With P-state overclocking I can fix that.

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              • #8
                I guess this is only really useful for X models which have turbo/XFR frequencies higher than you can reach on all cores?

                Or has anyone tried downclocking/volting the idle state further?

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                • #9
                  Is it possible to get current ryzen cpu frequency (including XFR) on linux? It would be very nice if there would be some info like you can get with "i7z"

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                  • #10
                    Is there any way to under-volt Intel laptop cpus on Linux?

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