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HWInfo64 vs Ryzen Master | CPU Core Voltage Reading

Hi,

very simple,

can peeps post their HWInfo64 CPU Core Voltage that is read from the SV12 TFN sensor and that which is being reported by Ryzen Master.

Here are mine when running prime95 28.1 build 3, custom 1344k, run FFTs in place.

HWInfo64 - 1.38v
Ryzen Master - 1.44v

So at least on my motherboard, they are not the same and hence am unsure which is the correct voltage reading.
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Ryzen Master shows the VID request, not the actual voltage.
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Quote: Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post
Ryzen Master shows the VID request, not the actual voltage.
Hi!

thanks for clarifying.

Which is also different to what HWInfo64 is reporting, Core#0,1,2,3,4,5 VID around 1.4v while Ryzen Master shows around 1.44v.

This is based in the assumption that Core#0,1,2,3,4,5 VID is also showing the VID request....

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For me, hwmonitor shows different temperature than ryzen maseter. 10 c higher

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Quote: Originally Posted by HiCZoK View Post
For me, hwmonitor shows different temperature than ryzen maseter. 10 c higher
Hi!

I am referring to HWInfo64 and voltages.

hwmonitor is a different piece of software that I dont use.

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