Take care there. We need that new BIOS. As both 3.40 and 3.43 did shoot voltage up to 1.5V momentarily with PBO enabled on my chip. I had to set custom P-States to ensure that it will not go above 1.45V. Maybe it is set for some different resistances on new chips. But still, that Unboxed guy killed his chip by enabling PBO + high LLC. Which on one hand is pretty stupid from someone who should have enough experience to know that one has to check Voltages when manipulating LLC. And since there used to be issues even with Voltage Offset settings, one should be extra careful as something somewhere may stick and apply together with something else. Especially since things are controlled by AMD's CBS, And those "easy settings" from manufacturer of the boards are touching those values. It takes some bad mistake when something is not properly reset after it has been set manually and issue is at hand. In case of our board, setting Manual OC with clock and voltage actually writes it into P-States. (Twice same values.) But disabling this "easy" manual OC will not remove values from P-States. Then there is CPU voltage in one of advanced menus that's written in Hex. And it is not actual voltage, but offset from highest to lowest. Therefore nullifying it to "00" means maximal voltage. Maybe Unboxed dude did this unknowingly. There are surely many traps. And even person responsible for writing UI above those menus for given board manufacturer can make fatal mistake.