Hmmm, there is always a difference between vcore from motherboard and real vcore (SVI2TFN). Vcore from motherboard sensor is always higher than SVI2TFN, and you should only care about SVI2TFN.
But i would say 1.1v at 4ghz could dont even post. so, yes, surely a missread from HWinfo. In this case,check update, try reinstall it, or use another monitoring sofware (Hwmonitor maybe).
My r5 2600 hold 4ghz at 1.312v (SVI2TFN)
do you have LLC setting? are you in maximum performance power management mode in windows? did you disable all power saving feature in bios?
Look for any power supply/mosphet/VRM setting in bios to find any limit
Last edited by Bapt33; 12-28-2019 at 05:10 AM.