AMD Ryzen Master
All modern AMD processors have an unlocked multiplier, so in most cases, you can increase system performance by a few percent. Usually, to overclock a Ryzen processor it is common to use the BIOS motherboard settings,
but there is another, simpler way. AMD has released a special utility - Ryzen Master, which allows you to change the processor overclocking settings directly in the operating system.
But before we get to the article itself, I want to point out that not only can this program overclock your CPU, but it can also burn it out. So you have to be very careful when doing all the steps
- On systems with AMD Ryzen™ 7000 series processors, the Ryzen Master menu setting for SoC voltage input is limited to 1.3V when not in LN2 mode.
Minimum System Configuration
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper or AMD Ryzen processor on a motherboard that supports overclocking.
- Windows 10 May 2019 Update (or newer).
- This version can be installed on top of an existing version of Ryzen™ Master, but it is recommended that you uninstall the previous version before installing 220.127.116.119.
- The issue related to the CPU Voltage range is fixed. Users can now apply voltages beyond 1.52V.