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is my CPU core voltage are normal?

Cpu :ryzen 7700

motherboard :Asus tuf gaming b650 Plus

 

CPU code voltage :1.328

is this Voltas are safe Or harmful for my cpu?IMG20240530005245.thumb.jpg.a1b60c50d1fd5f49c309384814192089.jpg

 

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12 minutes ago, Amzadd said:

Cpu :ryzen 7700

motherboard :Asus tuf gaming b650 Plus

 

CPU code voltage :1.328

is this Voltas are safe Or harmful for my cpu?IMG20240530005245.thumb.jpg.a1b60c50d1fd5f49c309384814192089.jpg

 

IMG20240530005314.thumb.jpg.6cd110fb65ed78375b56db160a818894.jpg

I've seen as high as 1.355V on CCD1 when running it solo on my 7950x3D. Some data with Cinebench in this thread:

 

I'd run cinebench doing something similar to what I do in this thread, resetting hwinfo64 after hitting 'run' and screenshotting immediately after completion.

Ryzen 7950x3D Direct Die NH-D15, CCD1 disabled

RTX 4090 @133%/+230/+500

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17 minutes ago, Amzadd said:

Cpu :ryzen 7700

motherboard :Asus tuf gaming b650 Plus

 

CPU code voltage :1.328

is this Voltas are safe Or harmful for my cpu?IMG20240530005245.thumb.jpg.a1b60c50d1fd5f49c309384814192089.jpg

 

IMG20240530005314.thumb.jpg.6cd110fb65ed78375b56db160a818894.jpg

As long as it’s not overheating or causing any other problems it should be fine. 

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Maybe Restart it? 

Please make sure to Mark the Solution as a Solution.

Take everything I say with a grain of salt. I could be just about wrong as I am right.

 

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6 minutes ago, FI Fheonix said:

As long as it’s not overheating or causing any other problems it should be fine. 

 should I undervolt  It  into 1.25? 

 

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2 minutes ago, Amzadd said:

 should I undervolt  It  into 1.25? 

 

You can how are your current temps when stressing the CPU. 

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Maybe Restart it? 

Please make sure to Mark the Solution as a Solution.

Take everything I say with a grain of salt. I could be just about wrong as I am right.

 

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Laptop for School: Surface go 2 (sucks ass)

 

Laptop for tinkering: Dell Inspirion 3358

 

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Just now, FI Fheonix said:

You can how are your current temps when stressing the CPU. 

around 90 degree Celsius. 

and room temperature are 30

degree Celsius 

 

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2 minutes ago, Amzadd said:

around 90 degree Celsius. 

and room temperature are 30

degree Celsius 

 

If you really want to squeeze the most out of your processor, you can undervolt it to 1.25. Run the stress test, see how it performs. 

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Maybe Restart it? 

Please make sure to Mark the Solution as a Solution.

Take everything I say with a grain of salt. I could be just about wrong as I am right.

 

Main RIG

13600K (Undervolted) +MSI Z690 Edge Wi-Fi+ Team Elite 32gb RAM (3200) +Noctua Nhd-15 Chromax Black+ Intel 670p 1TB SSD+ Intel Arc A770+ Corsair Crystal 465x case+ EVGA SuperNOVA 650W PSU.+ ASUS VP222 Gaming Monitor

 

Laptop for School: Surface go 2 (sucks ass)

 

Laptop for tinkering: Dell Inspirion 3358

 

Audio: Apple Airpods Pro (1st Gen)

 

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(I am 15 years old and don't know shit about fucking shit.) 

 

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36 minutes ago, FI Fheonix said:

If you really want to squeeze the most out of your processor, you can undervolt it to 1.25. Run the stress test, see how it performs. 

Cpu core voltage... first of all I set manual then I set 1.6.. 

is my process are correct 

Or do I something wrong 

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18 hours ago, Amzadd said:

Cpu core voltage... first of all I set manual then I set 1.6.. 

is my process are correct 

Or do I something wrong 

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That’s right. No you didn’t do anything wrong. Just set the CPU core voltage to the desired value and save changed and exit BIOS. 

Have you tried turning it off and on again? Maybe Restart it? 

Please make sure to Mark the Solution as a Solution.

Take everything I say with a grain of salt. I could be just about wrong as I am right.

 

Main RIG

13600K (Undervolted) +MSI Z690 Edge Wi-Fi+ Team Elite 32gb RAM (3200) +Noctua Nhd-15 Chromax Black+ Intel 670p 1TB SSD+ Intel Arc A770+ Corsair Crystal 465x case+ EVGA SuperNOVA 650W PSU.+ ASUS VP222 Gaming Monitor

 

Laptop for School: Surface go 2 (sucks ass)

 

Laptop for tinkering: Dell Inspirion 3358

 

Audio: Apple Airpods Pro (1st Gen)

 

(Apple_reigns_ supreme_ forever_ and_ ever)

 

(I am 15 years old and don't know shit about fucking shit.) 

 

Everyone must suffer one of two Pains: The pain of Discipline or the pain of regret and disappointment.

 

-Jim Rohn

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