Cant find "CPU Core Voltage (SNI2 TFN)

Botee

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1. apparently its the actual voltage being fed into the processor.
i cant seem to find it in my HWinfo64. im using the current version 6.28-4200

the most similar to it i could find is Vcore.

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2. ive been trying to overclock. so my second question is.
if my processor requests a voltage (VID) of 1.350v VID, does it necessarily mean i need to give it 1.350v (SNI2 TFN voltage)?
does VID represent the voltage it actually needs to be stable?
 

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Martin

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1. SNI2 TFN values are reported under a different sensor - the CPU.
2. No, requesting a certain voltage doesn't mean this will be supplied to the CPU.
 

Botee

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1. SNI2 TFN values are reported under a different sensor - the CPU.
2. No, requesting a certain voltage doesn't mean this will be supplied to the CPU.
Thanks bossman,

1. Where is this? ive attached another screenshot because i cant seem to find this SNI2 TFN or "the CPU" sensor you are talking about

2. I understand that the cpu requesting a certain voltage (VID) for a given frequency, it does not mean that it will get exactly the voltage it has requested.
I wanted to know if this VID is the right voltage to make the processor stable at a certain clock speed.

like if the processor is requesting 1.35v (VID) for a 4GHZ clock and i only input in the uefi/bios just only 1.3v (SNI2 TFN) then if i go through stress testing it would it be stable or not because i didnt actually given the processor the 1.35v it was requesting.
 

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Martin

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Ah, this is an Intel system. SVI2 TFN is available on AMD Zen CPUs only. In this case you should rather refer to the Vcore value.
 
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