HWiNFO 64 (v6.27-4185) shows high voltages which do not match the voltages shows by Ryzen Master?

Itay

New Member
Hello!
I have a Ryzen 5 3600x and HWiNFO 64 (v6.27-4185) seems to report way higher voltages than those that Ryzen Master reports.
For instance, in the picture below you can see that Ryzen Master reports 1.209 peak and 1.0363 average while HWiNFO 64 (CPU Core Voltage SVI2 TFN) reports 1.456V current and 1.415 average which is extremely high and I don't know how safe it is for daily use.

Is that a bug? Which is the correct voltage?
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
The SVI2 TFN voltage shown by HWiNFO is the true voltage provided by the VRM to CPU.
What RM is showing is quite odd and frankly no one knows what exactly this represents. Some think this is voltage averaged by core load factor, so not the real voltage provided to CPU.
 

Itay

New Member
Thanks Martin.
So does that mean something is wrong? I don't think my CPU should almost always be at those voltages..
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
No, this doesn't mean anything is wrong.. Depends on type of load put on the CPU. Try with different loads - idle, 1C load with boost, all core load..
 
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