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I guess this solve your issue ?

Yes. Thanks.
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I just noticed this myself. Except, mine doesn't appear to be downclocking or downvolting either.

Can anyone else verify or is there an official cpuz bug posted?

As soon as I switch to balanced, it clocks down and so does cpuz.
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