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NBC says that the 5800 and 5900 non-X are official but OEM only.
 

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NBC says that the 5800 and 5900 non-X are official but OEM only.
These are just factory forced to 65W by default, in a regular model you ll have to set them in Eco mode in Ryzenmaster, perf difference is minimalistic given the substancially lower power.

Perfs/mode :


Resulting power savings :


For the 5800X that s someting like 75W CPU TDP instead of 110W for 5% lower perf.
 
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These are just factory forced to 65W by default, in a regular model you ll have to set them in Eco mode in Ryzenmaster, perf difference is minimalistic given the substancially lower power.
I dunno, they did reduce the max turbo clock by 100 Mhz.
 

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I dunno, they did reduce the max turbo clock by 100 Mhz.
About 2% lower max frequency, that s what Computerbase measured in Eco mode in the ST scores, so this mode extend also to single core usage, actual TDP and frequencies of those non X SKUs should be the same.

Also max frequency is what is guaranted, in ST a 5800X can clock 150MHz higher than the max guaranted frequency , we should expect comparable behaviour from those models.
 

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