What's the difference between core VID vs Vcore?

I am asking to learn what's the difference between "core VID" and "Vcore" because i think they are the same since they both show the voltage of the core but the readings are different so i need to know what's the difference.

Thanks!
 

Zach

Well-Known Member
There are some threads that explain this already but...

What's your system?

Core VID(s) are the voltages that each core is requesting. Some say that VID means:
Voltage I Demand

...but this is not what the CPU is getting.
Vcore may be close to what the CPU is supplied with.
 
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There are some threads that explain this already but...

What's your system?

Core VID(s) are the voltages that each core is requesting. Some say that VID means:
Voltage I Demand

...but this is nit what the CPU is getting.
Vcore may be close to what the CPU is supplied with.
is there any problem if the core is taking more from what it demands?

how i can controll the vcore so it is exactly what it demands?
 

Zach

Well-Known Member
is there any problem if the core is taking more from what it demands?

how i can controll the vcore so it is exactly what it demands?
You dont have to...
It is what it is and it is normal.

But you didn't say again what's your system!
 
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