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CLDO VDDG voltage?

I have a R5 3600, my motherboard automatically sets SOC and CLDO VDDG to 1.1v, is this safe? I've heard some say CLDO VDDG should always be .1v lower than SOC.

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SoC should be 1.1v so that is fine, you can set manually 1v for VDDG and test then you can be sure you're within spec. I set mine down to .95v and noticed no ill efects.

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SoC should be 1.1v so that is fine, you can set manually 1v for VDDG and test then you can be sure you're within spec. I set mine down to .95v and noticed no ill efects.
Thanks. I'll set it to 1v and see how it goes.

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