AMD is working on its own Overclocking software for Ryzen CPUs, as revealed in an Asian blog. Obviously, everything is pixelated, so we cannot see it in detail, but the software looks very similar to Radeon Settings used in the graphic segment of the company. The sliders appear to be responsible for managing Overclocking per core (Core 1, Core 2, etc.).
AMD is working on an Overclocking tool for Ryzen
There are many other configurations that could be related to the XFR (Extended Frequency Range) technology. This technology will automatically adjust the frequency of cores depending on the efficiency of our cooling solution. We also have the first screenshot of a Ryzen processor with CPU-Z using the already leaked Biostar X370 Racing GT7, but unfortunately, this part is also pixelated.
Biostar X370 Racing GT7 feature 14-phase VRM power phase that is attached to four DIMM slots where you can install up to 64 GB of memory DDR4 @ 2933 MHz; and three PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots, compatible with AMD Crossfire X and NVIDIA SLI configurations thanks to the AMD X370 (x16 / x16) chipset along with four PCIe 3.0 x1 chipsets.
It is reported that within a few days we will have more details on an event called “Ryzen Day” where AMD would start shipping motherboards and processors to professional Overclockers.