Currently using the default Windows Balanced Power Plan for general PC use and then Ryzen High Performance Profile whilst gaming. As both Ryzen Balanced and High Performance Plan's seem to hold the CPU at high clock speeds and volts and thus high temps when not doing anything. I just installed Ryzen Master again to see any improvements as last time I used it, it was very buggy. Here is a screenshot showing Ryzen Master compared to CPUZ..... Ryzen Master shows my 3900X and its cores, most of which are sleeping thanks to Global C-States and Windows Balanced Power Plan, and shows the CPU core speed dropping as low as 230MHz..... and average peak of 472MHz.... Whereas CPUZ shows a mixture of 3.8GHz-4.6GHz across the cores.... CPUZ never shows any lower? Which one is reporting the correct clocks?? Sorry if this has already been answered. Also which Power Plan is every else using?