PC goes from 3.8 to 4.45 ghz after waking from sleep

Hi guys,
Something really weird is happening, i have overclocked my ryzen 1600 to 3.8ghz at 1.375V.
everything is good and dandy, i put the computer to sleep and wake up to find that its overclocked itself further after waking from sleep mode?
in cinebench i normally get 1230-1250 but now its getting 1480ish.
Task manager shows cpu running at 4.45ghz during cinebench test and cpu is at 50 degrees.

Not sure what to do? it happened before but stopped after i shut down pc.

This just doesnt seem normal
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  1. Marios_3 said:
    Hi guys,
    Something really weird is happening, i have overclocked my ryzen 1600 to 3.8ghz at 1.375V.
    everything is good and dandy, i put the computer to sleep and wake up to find that its overclocked itself further after waking from sleep mode?
    in cinebench i normally get 1230-1250 but now its getting 1480ish.
    Task manager shows cpu running at 4.45ghz during cinebench test and cpu is at 50 degrees.

    Not sure what to do? it happened before but stopped after i shut down pc.

    This just doesnt seem normal

    Do you have "Turbo Boosting" or whatever its called for Ryzen CPU's enabled? That could be doing it.
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  2. Zmanrocks said:
    Marios_3 said:
    Hi guys,
    Something really weird is happening, i have overclocked my ryzen 1600 to 3.8ghz at 1.375V.
    everything is good and dandy, i put the computer to sleep and wake up to find that its overclocked itself further after waking from sleep mode?
    in cinebench i normally get 1230-1250 but now its getting 1480ish.
    Task manager shows cpu running at 4.45ghz during cinebench test and cpu is at 50 degrees.

    Not sure what to do? it happened before but stopped after i shut down pc.

    This just doesnt seem normal

    Do you have "Turbo Boosting" or whatever its called for Ryzen CPU's enabled? That could be doing it.



    Hi,
    No i do not, in the BIOS its off. Reallyu confused as to what could be causing it
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