use the zenstates.py script to list out the factory p-states.Perfect. Stupid question - how do I work out the decimal values in terms of voltage?
CPUs: 1 CPUID: 00A20F10 Package Type: 2 P0 - Enabled - FID = 94 - DID = 8 - VID = 48 - Ratio = 37.00 - vCore = 1.10000 P1 - Enabled - FID = 8C - DID = A - VID = 58 - Ratio = 28.00 - vCore = 1.00000 P2 - Enabled - FID = 84 - DID = C - VID = 68 - Ratio = 22.00 - vCore = 0.90000
Task manager isn't even reliable anyways, it doesn't appreciate that cores can run at different speeds. I would use HWinfo64 to inspect individual clock speeds, but then one must also consider clock stretching.Regarding the EPYC Rome overclocking: A while back, smb. said, that the shown clock frequencies are not the actuall ones. So I am wondering: When I use the overclocking tool and the taskmanager shows 3,45GHz, is that the actual frequency?
you have to draw a clock cb-score curve chart.Is there an easier way to detect Clock Stretching than suggested in the link?