An overclocking application specifically designed for AMD Ryzen processors, which allows you to adjust voltages and other parameters to increase performance.
- AMD Ryzen Master
- Version: 1.0.1.0239
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Advanced Micro Devices Inc
AMD Ryzen Master Description
Designed by AMD itself, the AMD Ryzen Master application makes it possible for owners of the newly released AMD Ryzen chipset to tamper with the processor’s parameters so as to obtain increased performance.
Control system performance as you wish, but at a cost
The Ryzen family of AMD processors leaves room for performance tuning, but the overclocking potential depends on the system configuration (i.e. motherboard type, processor, etc.). The AMD Ryzen Master utility offers you the opportunity to take advantage of the overclocking margin and adjust certain parameters to enhance computation speed.
Before using the application, please take into account that any processor is designed to work within the original specifications. Therefore, using overclocking software (even though it is provided by AMD) poses some risks, including damages to the processor and other system components, such as the memory or the motherboard, as well as a possible warranty void.
Adjust memory clocks and change voltages
AMD Ryzen Master can tune the CPU to deliver added system performance. You can disable cores and modify individual speed values for each core. Furthermore, the application enables you to experiment with different CPU voltages and perform adjustments to the CPU memory clocks above or below the stock value. There are several profiles you can use to store custom parameters.
Since keeping an close eye on the CPU when outside the factory settings is vital, AMD Ryzen Master displays a list of all the cores of the CPU and reveals real-time information regarding the CPU’s temperature and its peak speed.
Experiment with parameters outside the default CPU specifications to enhance speed
AMD Ryzen Master is an overclocking application specifically designed for enthusiasts who want to experiment with their new CPU and see what power they can obtain, based on their system’s configuration. However, note that the resulting clock frequencies and CPU voltages depend on the hardware, the cooling system, and the outside temperature.
- AMD Ryzen Processor family in the AM4 socket infrastructure