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>> No.59169458 [View]
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Pretty much exactly what we saw with an earlier 1700X sample.

Prime Numbers, Physics, and CPU Mark metrics are very sensitive to memory timings.

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You overclock your Ryzen chip to 4.5ghz.
XFR will push frequency even higher than 4.5ghz whenever possible.

The chip knows the characteristics of the transistors its made from. It knows how they behave at a given temp, level of leakage, etc. It is monitoring these metrics in real time. The chip internally adjusts settings to squeeze out a tiny bit more frequency so long as it has the thermal headroom necessary to exploit these characteristics. Its free frequency at any level.

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