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The Ryzen 3600 processor operates at a voltage of up to 1.4V


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I recently bought a processor 3600 and I noticed that it runs on 1.4V voltage automatically from the manufacturer. 

I switched to the Nuctua NH-D14 cooler but the resting temperatures are still a bit high, so I followed the following video: 



I set a maximum voltage of 1.25V at a frequency of 4300MHz and everything seemed stable. 

The problem is that I have defined a way Master and these settings do not work automatically when the computer starts up, you have to log in to the software and set up a profile every time.

Is it possible that it will be set automatically? Anyone know maybe? 



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The disadvantage of this method is that the turbo frequencies are lost, as fewer working cores can reach a higher frequency.

It is important to note the temps that come in barren in an effort because the limitation of the tamarisk shell is greatly increased.

I with 3900x, I noticed something interesting.

I updated Bios and a few weeks later the chipset.

I currently checked at rest less about 40 degrees with a voltage of 0.5-1V.

By and large high voltage effortlessly does not matter because the overall power is low.

It annoyed a lot of people, update what I said might have changed drastically.

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