BTW, the infamous (?) thread AMD_Robert commented in says " No, the 3900X is not being overvolted. The onboard firmware in the CPU controls that, not the power plan. What the power plans do change, however, is whether or not the CPU downclocks at idle or jumps straight to power-gated sleep (cc6 power state). The out-of-box plans set a min CPU clock of 10%, so the CPU will downclock before going to sleep. Voltage will follow. Our plans set a min CPU clock of 90%, and then instruct the core to go straight to sleep if not in use. Windows is unable to probe the behavior of the core when it's sleeping, so voltage will not appear to follow." That's not what I see. AMD Ryzen Balanced sets min/max of 0/100%. AMD Ryzen High Performance sets 100/100. AMD Power Saver sets 0/100, but changes the System Cooling Policy from Active (which the other two have) to Passive. The mouseover text says Active increases fan speed before lowering clocks and Passive does the opposite. I have the 1.07.07, I think the version is, chipset drivers--the first one available, and re-downloaded and re-applied this morning.