Originally Posted by senna89
I noticed that my Ryzen 3800X ( stock settings, no overclock ) on my Asus X370 PRO run in full load with voltage around 1.45V but sometimes some peak of 1.500V with core frequency until to slightly less than 4500Mhz.
Inside the uefi bios the vcore is everytime at 1.460V, in Windows is between 0.9V and about 1.45v ( more or less ).
This can be normal as stock settings ?
The temperature seems high, i have a Noctua U14S with fan setted to 390rpm until 65° and during a game my temp is around 75° with 26° ambient temperature.
Pretty much expected behavior
This is 7nm which updates every 5-20ms
You can NOT track the correct voltage of it, with no tool - only average voltage
pushing a voltage offset only results in negative bad performance and clock stretching
Which is to show virtual visual frequency, which is never held for long enough (because the voltage is too low)
You should disable PBO and enable CPPC inside the bios
then let the amd powerplan handle the rest
no high performance plans
The cpu is made to boost up till 95c , while it will throttle at 85c
Normal behavior, even for current GPUs
75c is nothing, only worry if you constantly peak 90c
but disable PBO and don't use high performance powerplans
If you still want less performance and less heat, youcan limit the maximum TDP - cTDP inside the bios
We can teach you later if need it ~ but it's common behavior
You can lower thermals tho if you lower VDDP,VDDG,VSOC ~ but that's another big topic