CPU Vcore turns red (offset)

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Hello everyone,

i have a question about vcore offset
I have a MSI X299-A PRO, with an overclocked i7 7820x.
It is stable @ 4,4Ghz with 1.110V, but it's stable also with 1.100V
The "problem" is that to get 1.100V i have to set offset vcore to -0.055
The vcore offset turns red when it goes below -0.050
Is it a problem? Can it cause any damage to the motherboard and/or the processor?

Thanks in advance

:)
 

vick1000

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What are your voltages during full load like Intel stress test?
 
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1.110 with prime95 or cinebench. 4.4Ghz.
Or 1.080V with 4.3Ghz
And so
Offset now is set to -0.045

All i would like to know is, since the offset option turns red if you go below -0.050 (and i presume +0.050) if it is a problem and can damage some components on the MB or CPU
 

vick1000

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No, it's just a feature of the BIOS that they set to those values to warn of potential problems, lower voltage would not harm anything but may make the system unstable..
 
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