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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-19-2019, 11:11 AM - Thread Starter
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Normal voltages and temp for Ryzen 3700X?

Originally it booted up with 1.44V. Idled at 38-40C. But I loaded up TPU 1, and here’s what I got now.
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Could we see a full list of specs? Particularly your cooling medium is important for the temp. 1.44 is a bit high without an overclock, but it may have just been sorting itself out. 32C and 1.2V is pretty normal for idle though.
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It's completely overkill for running the bios, but it's totally normal on 3000 series to see 1.4v+. It will request up to 1.5v low load but drop to ~1.3v under heavy load.

1.2v, while reducing temps; will have significant impact on performance.

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Could we see a full list of specs? Particularly your cooling medium is important for the temp. 1.44 is a bit high without an overclock, but it may have just been sorting itself out. 32C and 1.2V is pretty normal for idle though.
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The Cpu has some load on it while in bios. That's why you see the "idle" temps in bios higher than in windows. Nothing to worry about.

You should however be more concerned with full cpu load temps so you can maximize overclock and efficiency.


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