I find it weird that on JZ Electronic they warn that you can't go over 2666Mhz with the new 4750G:
"* This APU (Renoir) does not support the S3 mode (energy saving) in the DeskMini A300!
Info! The Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G can currently max...
RyzenAdj doesn't work setting max_gfxclk_freq over the APU maximum. If you set it to 1500(mhz) it will still be at 1300mhz. Probably some protection in the SMU itself. The SMU is probably checking if the BIOS is allowed to overclock.
I bought something similar from aliexpress and had some problems.
The PC would be unable to detect usb2.0 after pluging something into that port and most of the times not even a reboot would fix it.
I had to poweroff, remove power for about 30s and then it would recognize usb2.0 again. Not sure...
I thought i could just run prim95 on one core and expect top boost to be reached, but it doesn't.
I figured out i need to let hwinfo run about 30mins, during normal usage, until one of the cores reaches top boost.
If i let it run enough time, eventually all the cores will have reached...
Forgot to mention that it seems like i now get lower CPU boost clocks :(
Maximum i get is 3.95Ghz, which seems like fake advertising on AMDs part.
This CPU should go up to 4.2Ghz right?
Is anyone getting similar results?