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Is Ryzen Master software really working

AMD USER

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Sep 17, 2018
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Hey my specs are
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G(iGPU is diabled) on ASUS Ex 320 Gaming motherboard, with 8GB Gskill RAM and Zotac Geforce GTX 1050Ti
So i quite concerned about overheating since my temp are
1) CINEBENCHR15- Temp 70-75C ,
2) Prime95 (version 26.6)- Temp 88-92C, tested for not more than 3-4 minutes
3) OCCT - Max Temp 89C, tested for a solid 10min 10 sec.
4) Idle Temp- 41-54C
5) Browsing- 41-61C(occasionally it reaches 61)
Did not run any game so far as this a new PC setup

So I tried to reduce the voltage my CPU uses by manually reducing it to 1.10V in ryzen master and applied the new VOLT Windows restarted still while monitoring i find the CPU volts are going above the volts I assigned( it reached 1.35v ) , so is Ryzen master is really working??
And i heard from this video @5.50-@5.58(He says it exactly at 5.58) that "SOC voltage and APU GFX voltage are the same thing, so i though since i am using a dedicated GPU(GTX 1050Ti) i thought of keeping it zero or reducing it a bit, So can I do that or would it cause some problem???

 

VirtualLarry

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While the SoC voltage and APU GFX share the secondary voltage plane, you CANNOT reduce it to zero, just because you're not using the iGPU. It should be power-gated if disabled anyways, so it shouldn't be contributing to your thermal load (the iGPU).

I believe that the lowest it should go, is 0.9V, as on my R5 1600 CPU, but generally, the APUs leave it at 1.1.
 

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