Originally Posted by Stige
Do you even know what LLC does?
And I do have it at Level 1/Maximum aswell.
Flashback to the pcilliterate battle... not again...
Originally Posted by ivanlabrie
Get an Asus MVG from Microcenter...104usd currently, best board for the money and one of the best ocing mobos.
If you don't like it get an UD4H by GB, which is really good for ram too. (newer and better than ud3h-ud5h)
you have an OC Formula, that board is GREAT, and it reports vcore fine, maybe a tad higher than what it feeds to the chip if anything.
Good to know...I may need some help for my upcoming modding project. It involves wood and glass.
LLC actually may make the vcore overshoot under load if you set it at max level, so Belial is right.
No need to be rude either...
Mustard might drop 10c...not joking xD
Good choices for boards as well! OC Formula is the one Asrock board I would like to try, & the mvg is the board I was using benching at 6.4Ghz the other night.
The LLC is subjective, the voltage a cpu needs at load is the voltage it needs, however LLC is configured. The main concept of it as you say is too avoid heavy overshoot when close the maximum safe voltages (for those worried about safety).
But it shouldn't really affect temps. cpu needs 1.25V to run stable, configure llc1 to have 1.25V under load, look at load temps. then configure llc10 to load at 1.25V, how different can the temps be?