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Abnormal vcore at 1.17v and abnormal 1.2v at 1.5v also cpu running at 88c underload

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More info on yor system would help but at 88c it sounds like your cpu is overheating and throttling back.

Try cleaning out any dust on hsf and renewing the thermal paste with good quality stuff.

Hope this helps?

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