Thank you! So I cannot get HWinfo 64 bit to work on my 64 bit windows 10 pc (a bunch of the clocks just have red x's and power deviation is not there). However loading the 32bit version works fine (running cinebench shows my max deviation is 95% yay). I assume i can trust the readings even if I am using the 32 bit version on a 64bit windows 10 pc?
I have the same motherboard with the same bios version with the same cpu as you.MSI B450 Gaming Plus Max is showing 150% - 160% deviation with Ryzen 3600 under lite load. Under stress test it shows 89% - 94%. I did not change anything in BIOS except XMP profile, PBO is set to auto, power plan is AMD Ryzen Balanced, latest version of bios 7B86vH6. What can I do to make my power deviation to drop when in lite load? Does 150% - 160% power deviation make my cpu hot?
I have the same motherboard with the same bios version with the same cpu as you.
With nothing overclocked, not even pbo, but with xmp at 3600 mhz and tightened 1usmus ram timings, while running cinebench r20 I get 101% deviation which is very close to perfect.
I am curious, I have a Ryzen 5-3600 W stock cooler and a ASUS B450 Plus gaming mobo. In the Bios, my CPU Voltage shows 1.449 and temp around 54 degrees. However from the desktop with HWInfo or Ryzen Master the "Idle" temp is 38-40 degrees and voltages at 1.0 or lower. Why is my bios showing a much higher temp and voltage than idle at desktop? Is the bios voltage & temp reading supposed to be that high? all CPU voltage options are at auto, PBO is off
BIOSes usually don't support all power management technologies that put the CPU into lower power states.
same here...same mobo im still on 1408 thoughOkay, so updating from 1407 to 1409 BIOS for ASUS Strix X570-E Gaming motherboard with the 3900X seems to have stabilized this to hover at exactly 100% PRD during Cinebench R20 on stock (Auto) BIOS settings. But my Cinebench score has also dropped from 7447 to 6926. Going to try tweaking some things with Ryzen Master for testing to get my performance back up a bit.