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Question Is this normal for amd processors to have spikes in CPB?

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I've noticed that if I disable CPB on my ryzen 7 3700x temps at idle are more steady vs it being enabled temps can range from 40 to 70
 

neojack

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that, and if this temperature is confirmed, go to your bios ans set the LLC (Load Line Calibration) manually to "normal" or "low"

LLC push more volts to the CPU at load, wich is better for stability but often not needed.
more volts = more heat (i shaved 20C on my 2700x by going from auto to low)
 

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