The ClockTuner for Ryzen tool, which gives us a couple of tricks to perform advanced overclocking with AMD processors, is updated to version 2.0.
ClockTuner for Ryzen (CTR) is updated to version 2.0 and one of the most important additions to this free tool is the support for the ‘Zen 3’ processors, that is, the new Ryzen 5000 series that has just been launched on sale.
CTR is a free tool created by the Yuri user that allows us to have greater control over the OC of a Ryzen processor, to the point where it is possible to increase performance without affecting power consumption. In addition, the process and the search for the most stable clocks can be automated, so we do not need a great deal of knowledge.
In addition to the support for Zen 3 processors, it includes a hybrid OC mode so that adjustments are started more easily than in previous versions of the tool. It would be a middle ground between manual and automated settings.
Now CTR 2.0 will no longer require Ryzen Master, which helps improve the tool’s interaction with the CPU. We speak of a response time of 2ms when the CPU is idle, and 15ms when all cores are being used.
The tool will continue to be updated in the future and they anticipate that v2.1 will bring the support for Curve Optimizer , which was recently added on some AM4 motherboards. The future version v2.2 will also bring new features, with support for Threadripper 5000 and Ryzen 5000 APU CPUs for laptops.
ClockTuner for Ryzen 2.0 is going to be available in January. We will keep you informed.