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Votage Monitoring for Ryzen 3000 Processors
AMD is making the community aware there is a problem with monitoring of voltages with the new Ryzen 3000 processors when cores are in idle state:

I was wondering if HWInfo64 shares the problem? and if there is a work-around in current version or a fix coming in future ones?

I don't have any confirmation for this issue yet, but theoretically it's possible that HWiNFO might be affected. It might also depend on system configuration and what kind of/how many system components are being monitored.
If I get such a confirmation, I will surelyy look for some solution.
I have a Ryzen 3700X and Taichi X570 on current 1.7.7 chipset driver and Windows 1903 using Win 10 Ryzen Balanced plan from AMD's driver, the HWINFO 6.09 beta shows the CPU downclocking/volting for me when idle (down to .9v) unless I have certain apps in the background running, like the Blizzard Entertainment launcher app will stop the CPU from down volting even when it's in the trey. But the app seems to be detecting the voltage correctly and allowing it to down clock and volt.

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