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alejandro_villatoro
Journeyman III

Hello, my ryzen 5 2600x I have it in stock on a motherboard asus b450m, but I was put in stock at a voltage between 1.37 and I got to 1.47, I understand that this is dangerous, how can I lower this voltage?

Hello, my ryzen 5 2600x I have it in stock on a motherboard asus b450m, but I was put in stock at a voltage between 1.37 and I got to 1.47, I understand that this is dangerous, how can I lower this voltage?
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nibiru
Adept II

Re: Hello, my ryzen 5 2600x I have it in stock on a motherboard asus b450m, but I was put in stock at a voltage between 1.37 and I got to 1.47, I understand that this is dangerous, how can I lower this voltage?

I have a 2600x in a Msi B450 motherboard.

Those volts are fine, i know it looks scary but that's just the way the ryzen 2600x  works. It only shoots up to the 1.47 for a split second to get the cores stable, but usually stays around 1.3. I wouldn't worry and would just leave it stock.

You can also change the Windows power plan to Windows Balanced so when your not gaming etc it will lower clocks and volts, that's what i have mine at

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misterj
Exemplar

Re: Hello, my ryzen 5 2600x I have it in stock on a motherboard asus b450m, but I was put in stock at a voltage between 1.37 and I got to 1.47, I understand that this is dangerous, how can I lower this voltage?

alejandro_villatoro, please post a screenshot of Ryzen Master (RM).  I agree with nibiru, looks OK so far.  I'll look at RM.  Thanks and enjoy, John.

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alejandro_villatoro
Journeyman III

Re: Hello, my ryzen 5 2600x I have it in stock on a motherboard asus b450m, but I was put in stock at a voltage between 1.37 and I got to 1.47, I understand that this is dangerous, how can I lower this voltage?

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