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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am still confused, which one is the core voltage? (among the marked). Anybody, if kindly marked it on the pic.image.thumb.png.91a976609891db9ea0fd1f3fbf3410a3.png

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Posted · Original PosterOP
28 minutes ago, monjessenstein said:

The one called core voltage

dont You think that mine is higher? what value should I fix here?

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22 minutes ago, Rumman said:

dont You think that mine is higher? what value should I fix here?

Do you overclock your cpu ? It's still in a safe range 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, tophercrunch said:

Do you overclock your cpu ? It's still in a safe range 

I dont. I means, Should I fix my Vcore to a lower value like 1.25. Becasue my 3600x only running at 4Ghz at full load when rendering.

Temps gets 82 - 86.

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13 minutes ago, Rumman said:

I dont. I means, Should I fix my Vcore to a lower value like 1.25. Becasue my 3600x only running at 4Ghz at full load when rendering.

Temps gets 82 - 86.

You be fine with set to auto/default. Modern cpu's are more efficent than they use to be.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 minutes ago, tophercrunch said:

You be fine with set to auto/default. Modern cpu's are more efficent than they use to be.

i know that. But I saw many videos and also saw that Ryzen unnecessarily draws more power when in idle. This makes them run hotter. Lower voltage could solve this problem.  

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7 minutes ago, Rumman said:

i know that. But I saw many videos and also saw that Ryzen unnecessarily draws more power when in idle. This makes them run hotter. Lower voltage could solve this problem.  

download cpu-z and check your temps on idle 

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