Hello, I'm not completely new to overclocking, but not a pro. My setup is a Ryzen 5 2600 (3.4 GHz is normal clock), GTX 1660, and a Gigabyte AB350M-DS3H V2-CF motherboard. I've been overclocking my CPU quite a bit, or trying, at least, because there are always 2 problems which seem to be unfixable. Number one is that whenever I set the CPU frequency higher and add some voltage, the voltage is suddenly a whole lot higher than I set it to, and my BIOS doesn't have any voltage regulation options like LLC or vdroop, only performance boost, which I disabled. I looked carefully, and still didn't find any setting that could be doing this. Number 2 is that there's always confusion as to what my actual CPU voltage is. If I put the frequency to 4 Ghz, the voltage goes to 1.248 volts even if I set it lower or higher than that. That's where it gets really confusing. The BIOS says it's 1.248, and the Vcore voltage in hardware monitor says it's 1.248. But the CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) says 1.112 volts, but I can't tell if it is correct, even if it seems to be a more accurate measurement of the CPU voltage, as far as I know. And with that my PC completes a full cinebench run with no stability issues. So it's as if something knows exactly what my CPU voltage needs to be at what frequency, but I don't know anything at all what could be doing that. I would really appreciate if someone could explain what is happening to my CPU voltage and where I need to look to know the actual CPU voltage. Also, when I tried 4.1 GHz, raised the voltage in the BIOS, the CPU Core Voltage (SVI2 TFN) went down, while Vcore went up, but it wasn't stable. By the way, I use the Dymanic Vcore setting in bios (if I rememebr correctly) to change the cpu voltage, there seems to be other.