Windows 10: AutoOC mode vs PBO observations 3900x

Discus and support AutoOC mode vs PBO observations 3900x in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; So I was testing out the PBO and AutoOC mode (Max CPU boost clock override +200) on my Aorus PRO. First thing that I noticed is that the idle voltages... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by TokiyoRio, Aug 12, 2019.

  1. TokiyoRio Win User

    AutoOC mode vs PBO observations 3900x

    So I was testing out the PBO and AutoOC mode (Max CPU boost clock override +200) on my Aorus PRO. First thing that I noticed is that the idle voltages on AutoOC mode seem to be lower than in PBO mode (1.25V). CPU also seems more reluctant to clock itself higher in the AutoOC mode, it mostly stays around 1200-1600hz during idle and only clocks to around 4200hz during workloads.

    PBO mode is much more aggressive, it runs at 1.35V idle, idle clocks are all over the place as they can jump from 1k to 3k in a blink and it also seems to clock higher during workloads for me. Highest I got with PBO is 4450hz which is 250 higher than AutoOC.

    TokiyoRio, Aug 12, 2019

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    If that setting is already enabled, then I suggest as the next troubleshooting step might be Mozilla Safe Mode (not to be confused with Windows Safe Mode)):

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    • Please report back and let us know the outcome, as it will dictate the next steps.
    • Also: please tell us what AV/AM/firewall programs are you running on this system?

    MoxieMomma, Aug 12, 2019
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    Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community forum.

    Have you tried all the above steps suggested by Sangeeta Sarkar on September 13, 2015.

    I would suggest you to provide some information to help you better.

    • Are you trying to login the Microsoft account or the Local account in safe mode?
    • Did you try with only safe mode or safe mode with networking?
    • What is the critical error you are getting?

    If you are using Windows 10. To go to safe mode you have to follow the below steps.

    If you are able to go to login screen in normal mode try the below steps to go to safe mode with networking.

    • At the login screen click on the power symbol.

    • Hold SHIFT + Click Restart.

    • After restarting your system, select the Troubleshoot option.

    • Select advanced options under
      Troubleshoot screen.

    • Click on Startup Settings.

    • Click Restart and follow the onscreen steps to go to
      Safe Mode with networking and check if you are able to login.

    Please get back with more information, we will be glad to help you further.
    Sachin Venkatesh, Aug 12, 2019
  4. Vinodh.V Win User

    AutoOC mode vs PBO observations 3900x

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    Hi Roice,

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