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Discrepancy between SOC voltage between BIOS and Ryzen Master?

Hi, I have a Ryzen 1700 on an ASUS Prime B350 PLUS motherboard, and two 8 GB G.Skill 3200 C14 B-die modules, and I'm trying to get them to run stable at 3200 MHz.

So far I have had partial success, as the system runs MemTest64 for several hours without issue, but I get very occasional CTDs when gaming, which didn't happen running stock speeds.

I'm running the RAM at 1.4v, and I intended to run the SOC at 1.2V but when I select 1.2 on the BIOS, Ryzen Master shows 1.1v and HWInfo reports around 1.182v.

Who is to trust here?

Also, any ideas why could it be that the system endures multi-hour stress tests but fails at running a game?

Thanks in advance!

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