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Again, should I be worried about the VBoost? Also, should I be concerned that the BIOS is showing a different voltage than what CPUZ is showing?

Any help would be wonderful.
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Try over compensating Vdroop, by adding more vCore to CPU(inadvertently increases voltage on loads, which I assume is your goal). That's about the only thing you can do with rudimentary BIOS functions, w/o voltage line regs(LLC/PLC).
 
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Try over compensating Vdroop, by adding more vCore to CPU(inadvertently increases voltage on loads, which I assume is your goal). That's about the only thing you can do with rudimentary BIOS functions, w/o voltage line regs(LLC/PLC).
That's kind of the pickle, i'm not getting VDroop; i'm getting VBoost. Adding voltage is the last thing I want to do. I'm wondering, giving the disparity between what I set my voltage at in bios vs what i'm seeing using CPUZ, if this is something to be concerned with, or if this is something that isn't a big deal.

The system is stable, and looks fine. Temps are great (26c at full load), but I'm basically asking if this voltage boost is (potentially) doing harm to the chip.

(I plan on replacing the chip at some point, but I'd prefer to do it at MY discretion, as opposed to being forced to do it via a blowout).
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That's kind of the pickle, i'm not getting VDroop; i'm getting VBoost. Adding voltage is the last thing I want to do. I'm wondering, giving the disparity between what I set my voltage at in bios vs what i'm seeing using CPUZ, if this is something to be concerned with, or if this is something that isn't a big deal.

The system is stable, and looks fine. Temps are great (26c at full load), but I'm basically asking if this voltage boost is (potentially) doing harm to the chip.

(I plan on replacing the chip at some point, but I'd prefer to do it at MY discretion, as opposed to being forced to do it via a blowout).
temps are what kill cpus, not voltage. So as long as your temps are great, nothing to worry about.

Software will NEVER accurately measure a HARDWARE sensor. Furthermore, hardware sensors are rarely perfect.

Check your hardware monitor tab inside your bios, see if that "reading" is close to what you set in bios.
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