1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 23, 2018 2:31 PM by misterj

    Is Ryzen Master software really working


      Hey my specs are

      AMD Ryzen 3 2200G(iGPU is diabled) on ASUS Ex 320 Gaming motherboard, with 8GB Gskill RAM and Zotac Geforce GTX 1050Ti

      So i quite concerned about overheating since my temp are

      1) CINEBENCHR15- Temp 70-75C ,

      2) Prime95 (version 26.6)- Temp 88-92C, tested for not more than 3-4 minutes

      3) OCCT - Max Temp 89C, tested for a solid 10min 10 sec.

      4) Idle Temp- 41-54C

      5) Browsing- 41-61C(occasionally it reaches 61)

      Did not run any game so far as this a new PC setup

      So I tried to reduce the voltage my CPU uses by manually reducing it to 1.10V in ryzen master and applied the new VOLT Windows restarted still while monitoring i find the CPU volts are going above the volts I assigned( it reached 1.35v ) , so is Ryzen master is really working??

      And i heard from this video @5.50-@5.58(He says it exactly at 5.58) that "SOC voltage and APU GFX voltage are the same thing, so i though since i am using a dedicated GPU(GTX 1050Ti) i thought of keeping it zero or reducing it a bit, So can I do that or would it cause some problem?



        • Re:  Is Ryzen Master software really working

          amdbasbab, the SoC is used for many things including the memory controller, so please don't lower the voltage too much or your will get memory errors.  I would suggest leaving it default.  Do you know what your maximum temperature specification is?  For the 2200G it is 105C, so you are fine and even have some headroom.  Please see here:


          Enjoy, John.

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