Some photos and blurred screen grabs from NAMEGT, who got his hands on a Ryzen sample and AM4 motherboard from Biostar, suggest Ryzen will come with its own overclocking tool. VideoCardz reports it looks AMD developed a new tool similar to the Radeon Settings for its video cards.
AMD may be working on its own software for Ryzen, as revealed by the following screenshot from NAMEGT. Obviously, everything is blurred out, so we can’t read it, but the software looks awfully similar to Radeon Settings. The sliders appear to be responsible for per core overclocking (Core 1, Core 2 etc).
There are quite a few other settings below, which could be related to XFR (Extended Frequency Range) technology. This technology will automatically adjust frequency based on how efficient is the cooling solution, which sounds similar to how Boost works on Radeon cards.
The site also reveals that within a couple of days, AMD will be hosting a secret Ryzen Day for the press.