Need somethings clearing up here. Playing around with my 3900X and my Crosshair VIII Hero X570 board. With everything on auto the board can pump upto 1.56v into the CPU, sure its for milliseconds but it averages around 1.46-1.48v!!! This is waaaaay too high, even when messing with power plan settings within windows and setting maxium cpu usage to 50% like I did on my X370 board it does nothing and the CPU rather than dropping to 2.2GHz stays around the 3.8-4.2GHz mark. Strange. First off, I am using the latest BIOS. Now I begin to tweak the settings manually, Now I set manual voltage in the BIOS to 1.356v and shoot for 4.3GHz....... Well, its stable, but HWInfo and Ryzen Master report some weird happenings with the voltages. Now the vcore hovers around 1.1v but the CPU stays stable at 4.3GHz. Even when hitting it with a load in CBR20 it stays around 1.1V!!!! WTF?? That can't be right as it should crash the system being so low.... Here is a screenshot to show. Spoiler https://i.**********/3w9zmc1h/4-3-OC.png You can see that peak voltage sticks around 1.1v even when I hit it with 100% load across the cores. Yet down the list HWInfo reports the correct voltages I manually inputted into the BIOS.... Here is another screenie Spoiler https://i.**********/d0J9RQNk/4-3-OC-2.png What the hell is going on here!???? Why does the board at auto settings keep the voltages so high, then once I manually input my own voltage the voltage drops way down. So is the CPU only using 1.1v for 4.3GHz or is this a misreading? Is it actually using 1.356v. I am loving Ryzen, but this stuff needs to get fixed and we need better readings and more coherent readings? For a moment I am thinking I have some golden miracle sample here. But it can't be right.