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various vcore voltages confuse me...

Hi guys.

I have aorus master and 3900x.

When OC-ING all cores HWINFO shows 2 values for VCORE.
In bios I am setting VCORE to Normal + 100 to achieve allcore OC of 4250 - it's ok with me because I do a lot of rendering.
Also I have enabled ENHANCED C-States i n Bios
The Only Problem I have is that: HWINFOO Shows 2 values:

1. under 3900x enhanced menu Vcore = 1.210 almost without fluctuation.

2. at the same time CPU-z shows fluctuating Vcore from 0.25 to 1.210

frequency stays at 4250 all the time.

I am at loss to what believe. What I am iDoing wrong. Need help.

And I'd like to know: is it even possible to OC all cores and retain Cool 'N' Quiet functionality?

From what I gathered MSI Has implemented this feature on their premium Motherboards even from X470 generation.

thanks in advance
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advanced c states = the processor goes to sleep/slows down when not being taxed, thus the fluctuation. or are you saying it shows .25v during load? if so, try a different tool. Has HWINFO64 been updated for ryzen yet?

as to all core OC, pretty sure you're only going to get 2 of them to 4.2, not sure what "Cool N' Quiet" is... sounds like built in fan monitoring, more volts, more clocks, more load, = more heat.

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Quote: Originally Posted by sirbaili View Post
Hi guys.

I have aorus master and 3900x.

When OC-ING all cores HWINFO shows 2 values for VCORE.
In bios I am setting VCORE to Normal + 100 to achieve allcore OC of 4250 - it's ok with me because I do a lot of rendering.
Also I have enabled ENHANCED C-States i n Bios
The Only Problem I have is that: HWINFOO Shows 2 values:

1. under 3900x enhanced menu Vcore = 1.210 almost without fluctuation.

2. at the same time CPU-z shows fluctuating Vcore from 0.25 to 1.210

frequency stays at 4250 all the time.

I am at loss to what believe. What I am iDoing wrong. Need help.

And I'd like to know: is it even possible to OC all cores and retain Cool 'N' Quiet functionality?

From what I gathered MSI Has implemented this feature on their premium Motherboards even from X470 generation.

thanks in advance
Normal. Cool&Quiet reduces speed and voltages when not under load. HWinfo64 is the most accurate to date.

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thanks guys for a prompt reply
I am uploading a screenshot to make things clear:

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Quote: Originally Posted by sirbaili View Post
thanks guys for a prompt reply
I am uploading a screenshot to make things clear:

thanks again
CPUvcore (1st line)
SoCvcore(2ndline)
The first vertical table shows current value, the next shows the minimum value, next is maximum value followed by the average value since program start.

The vcore under the motherboard listing is not what the cpu is getting, I think it is before LLC.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
CPUvcore (1st line)

SoCvcore(2ndline)

The first vertical table shows current value, the next shows the minimum value, next is maximum value followed by the average value since program start.



The vcore under the motherboard listing is not what the cpu is getting, I think it is before LLC.
Thanks a lot

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