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Possible CPU degradation?

Hello everyone,

 

I got Ryzen 5 1600, recently I bought it and decided to do some OC. I hit 3.9 Ghz at 1.319V MAX (after whole day of usage checking CPU VCORE its max 1.319 and same for the CPU VDD).

 

Today I noticed that the max values have changed, CPU VCORE is 1.341V max value, and CPU VDD is 1.331V Max value, what made this change ? Is my CPU degrading from OC? Everything is still stable and temperatures are fine.

 

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9 minutes ago, Cianthy said:

Hello everyone,

 

I got Ryzen 5 1600, recently I bought it and decided to do some OC. I hit 3.9 Ghz at 1.319V MAX (after whole day of usage checking CPU VCORE its max 1.319 and same for the CPU VDD).

 

Today I noticed that the max values have changed, CPU VCORE is 1.341V max value, and CPU VDD is 1.331V Max value, what made this change ? Is my CPU degrading from OC? Everything is still stable and temperatures are fine.

 

Paranoia is a disease, don't let it consume you. Everything is fine, you probably have it on auto voltage regulation that pulls more juice when system works hard. Everything is fine.

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My Voltage is set on offset so its fixed, but LLC calibration is on auto, could LLC be changing voltage?

 

Tho why would it change ? Its been like this for 2 weeks, and today I notice a change ?

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3 minutes ago, Cianthy said:

My Voltage is set on offset so its fixed, but LLC calibration is on auto, could LLC be changing voltage?

 

Tho why would it change ? Its been like this for 2 weeks, and today I notice a change ?

LLC stand for Load Line Calibration I think.. It will raise voltage when needed. if it only happened today, it means CPU doesn't really need more than what you set it to be, so.. everything is fine. A healthy overclock, normal voltage levels.. I think you're good. No need to be worried. 

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2 hours ago, Cianthy said:

My Voltage is set on offset so its fixed, but LLC calibration is on auto, could LLC be changing voltage?

 

Tho why would it change ? Its been like this for 2 weeks, and today I notice a change ?

It could very well be your auto LLC setting or that you're using offset (offset isn't fixed) to control your voltages.  A CPU needing higher voltages is a sign of degradation, however, at the voltages you have been running I don't think it's your problem. 

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