Question 5900X Vcore voltage

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Hi everyone. I recently got an 5900X kai Asus ROG Strix gaming F mobo (Coming from i7 4790 with low tdp and nothing to worry about with air cooler ). I now use an H150 elite capelix. Coolers software gives a lot of information one of which is vcore voltage. Specifically it measures something on the mobo as is says vcore voltage asustek etch. This one reaches 1.48 1.49. I thought it was the docp thap pushed it so i set it back at auto kai ram set to 2133mhz again. But the voltage is still in the same levels. This is high isnt it?
 
Hi everyone. I recently got an 5900X kai Asus ROG Strix gaming F mobo (Coming from i7 4790 with low tdp and nothing to worry about with air cooler ). I now use an H150 elite capelix. Coolers software gives a lot of information one of which is vcore voltage. Specifically it measures something on the mobo as is says vcore voltage asustek etch. This one reaches 1.48 1.49. I thought it was the docp thap pushed it so i set it back at auto kai ram set to 2133mhz again. But the voltage is still in the same levels. This is high isnt it?
Vcore means same thing as with your previous CPU
Setting XMP (DOCP as Asus calls it) makes no difference, Vcore Voltage if left on auto in BIOS, varies with CPU load at high loads it should drop to about 1.3v.
For more and more accurate Voltages use Ryzen Master and /or HWinfo (but not at same time).They read data directly from CPU.
 
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Thanks a lot. Should i use docp or leave it as it auto at 2133? There is said that setting memory on other timing voids cpu warranty. Even if amd says ram speed 3200mhz on this processor?
 

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