Gigabyte claims that its AM5 motherboards with new betas will not exceed the AMD Vsoc limit of 1.3V. The manufacturer is responding to reports that its motherboards will do so.
Writes gigabytes in manifest Vsoc voltage remains below 1.3V with AMD EXPO enabled in the latest test bios. According to the manufacturer, users can check this in a program like HWiNFO. The value of the respective voltage is referred to in this program as “CPU Vddcr_SOC Voltage (SVI3 TFN)”. This value comes from an internal sensor in the CPU.
Recently, reports have been circulating that motherboards still deliver Vsoc voltages above 1.3V, even when using bios updates that should limit this. Nexus told the gamers ASUS motherboards would show this behavior. Hardware busters youtube channel Notice the same thing this week On Gigabyte AM5 motherboards. For this purpose, the channel used an external potentiometer connected to the motherboard and Later also with the CPU socket.
Gigabyte claims in its statement that those external measurements shifted to a higher level because the motherboard needs a higher voltage to provide enough power for the CPU. According to the manufacturer, this happens “due to various physical factors”. In a video, Gigabyte shows how to pwm value on a motherboard It indicates Vsoc 1.35V, while in HWiNFO this voltage is 1.28 volts. Gigabyte says AMD supports such measurements based on the internal CPU sensor.
Recently, there have been problems with AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors, where too high a Vsoc voltage can cause these CPUs to burn out. This issue has been linked to the use of AMD EXPO, which allows users to overclock their memory. AMD then introduced a new version of agesa that limited the Vsoc voltage to a maximum of 1.3V, and advised users to update their bios.
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