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AMD will introduce its own curve optimiser for Ryzen 9000 CPUs

Yuri “1usmus” Bubliy, the developer behind popular programs like ClockTuner for Ryzen and Project Hydra, has revealed AMD's upcoming Curve Optimizer feature ahead of the release of the Ryzen 9000 series. This new feature is named Curve Shaper and promises to prevent CPUs from needlessly boosting clock frequencies.

According to 1usmus, this new feature aims to prevent CPUs from ramping up frequencies during idle periods and at low temperatures. The new feature is expected to be integrated with AMD's Ryzen Master software, eliminating the need for third-party downloads. It's unclear if Curve Shaper will be limited to the Ryzen 9000 series or if older Ryzen chips will also support it.

As explained by the developer, the current Curve Optimizer has to be stable at both low and high temperatures across the whole load range. With Curve Shaper, we can divide things up, making the Curve Optimizer work differently depending on the temperature and frequency.

Yuri has hinted that an update to Project Hydra will be available around the launch of Ryzen 9000. This update will mark the public debut of version 1.7, which will offer support for automated video card overclocking and DDR5 memory overclocking on the AMD platform.

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