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Ryzen 3 3200g OC Question

I have just purchased a Ryzen 3 3200g build, the setup is as follows:

 

- Ryzen 3 3200g

- AMD Wraith Prism Cooler

- 400w EVGA PSU

- 3200mhz DDR4 8GB Ram

- AsRock B450m Pro Mobo

- 240 GB SSD

 

I am in the process of overclocking it an had a few questions (I have attached two photos one is after running the OCCT GPU test and the other is the CPU test).

 

My OC settings are as follows:

 

- Vcore 1.36

- 4.1Ghz Clock Speed

- 1.15 VID Voltage

- 1.2 Igpu Volts

- 1700Mhz IGpu Clock

 

My question is, how come when idle (or when running the GPU stress test) my Vcore is at 1.392? No matter what I change the VCore to when the system is idle or not using the CPU cores it defaults to 1.392. When the CPU cores are all stressed as shown in the other photo the Vcore goes to 1.36 as set in Bios. 

Does anyone have any idea why this is happening? Do these voltage look safe overall for this system? 

 

Appreciate any help!

 

Thanks! 

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Well we don't know for sure if the readout is accurate.

Can you try HWInfo64 and see what that reports?

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2 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Well we don't know for sure if the readout is accurate.

Can you try HWInfo64 and see what that reports?

When I go into other programs it reads the same, also in the BIOS it shows 1.392 (not on VCORE) but on the main menu where it shows a bunch of stats. 

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32 minutes ago, techerman said:

When I go into other programs it reads the same, also in the BIOS it shows 1.392 (not on VCORE) but on the main menu where it shows a bunch of stats. 

I'm not entirely sure why it's not staying at the voltage you've set. 

Perhaps LLC on auto is boosting the v-core/Vid possibly. 

 

But the voltage isn't crazy high or anything to worry about btw. 

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2 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

I'm not entirely sure why it's not staying at the voltage you've set. 

Perhaps LLC on auto is boosting the v-core/Vid possibly. 

 

But the voltage isn't crazy high or anything to worry about btw. 

Okay, great thank you!

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4 minutes ago, techerman said:

Okay, great thank you!

welcome!

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