Until recently, official Clock Tuner for Ryzen (CTR) utility did not support new processors on Zen 3 architecture. The developers have corrected this flaw and presented version 2.0. We have already tested this version before. Interestingly, version 2.0 has other changes besides the support of Zen 3 processors, including various innovations and improvements.
The current chipset design makes it easier for AMD to strategize on introducing new products. The company produces CCD chips that can be used in a variety of processors and configurations. However, this flexibility also results in significant potential going untapped. Unless, of course, AMD selects crystals to the last possible megahertz. To unleash the full potential the official Clock Tuner for Ryzen utility is needed.
An important innovation of CTR 2.0 is the software interface: instead of referring to Ryzen Master, it uses SMU (System Management Unit) data directly. As a result, the utility should be faster. In addition, the updated user interface has a dark theme.