Hi guys !
I'm new on this forum, and actually I registered because I have some troubles with my 990FXA-UD3, and I thought maybe you have a solution.
So here's the problem :
I recently bought a 990XA-UD3. I put a 8350 on it, with corsair xms 3 2000Mhz. I started overclock my cpu, as I always do.
So I put all the options like C6 state, etc, on disable, enable the HPC mode, start with 4.4Ghz and reboot.
First problem : My computer is doing a double boot. E.g when I push the button to boot, or when I restart from windows/bios, the com^puter first shutdown, then restart and do ok. On another forum they told me that this is a protection from the motherboard when cpu is overclocked.
Ok nice mobo.
So I continued my overclocking, and I saw my vCore moving a lot during OCCT. Like 1.39v idle to 1.44v. So I said "ok I'm just going to lower the LLC". And that's what I did. But even with a regular value, still 1.44v in load. Than I thought that my mobo was not doing ok, and I sent it back, to take a 990fxa-ud3.
And now I'm having exactly the same troubles, double boot, and LLC which doesn't want to let my vCore alone. Right now I'm at "medium" LLC value, +0.025vcore for 4.52Ghz, and in OCCT the vCore is going from 1.42 to 1.45. Then always moving from 1.452 to 1.44v.
So, do you guys have a trick to make my vCore goes straight ?
My bios is up to date (FC), my mobo is a rev3.0, my power supply is a corsair AX750 which has 1 year, and was perfect on my phenom.
By the way, sorry for my english, I'm french