hey guys, im having a bit of a weird problem. i've searched online but every forum i've looked in people try to make sense of this issue but just end up trailing off into memory and other settings that have nothing to do with cpu voltage haha. the problem im having is that when i use ryzen master to oc my cpu the voltage stays maxed out even if the cpu is idle at 1 percent. my oc settings are 4.4 ghz all core on a ryzen 3600x at 1.45 volts and stable and never going over 72 Celsius under full load with a 240mm aio, temps sit at 32 while idle but voltage is still maxed out at 1.45. i know that 1.45 is pretty much the max i should go and that it will degrade slightly faster so please dont just hit me with that because it's not what im asking. i dont really mind if the cpu lasts 8 years instead of 10 haha. i want to know why at idle my voltage is still maxed out all the time. this seems like if anything it would degrade the cpu much faster if voltage is just stuck at max even though the cpu isnt under load at all. things i have tried are switching the windows power plan to balanced and ryzen balanced and neither did anything once the oc is applied in ryzen master again. i've also amd cool and quiet in bios and then set to pstate0 as well. stll changed nothing sadly. this is my first experience with ryzen so im not sure if this is normal or if this is bad. i've oc'd many systems before but never a ryzen. is there some sort of voltage wall built into the cpu where it wont let voltage throgh unless load goes up. this would make sense in the sense that you cant see the voltage change cause it's not the voltage changing but the wall being placed or removed to let the voltage into the cpu. maybe ryzen just functions differently? any help would be greatly appreciated.