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post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by antipesto93;13666082 
tried setting Vdroop controll to auto
and the voltage went up to 1.45v ( when 1.36 was in bios!)

Ah so that's one of my issues then, I will set it to low, and report back with my results.
post #22 of 31
Nope, my voltage is still increase to 1.440 (set to 1.385v in bios) under load, there has to be an option of some sort to stop this
Edited by xXjay247Xx - 5/28/11 at 9:53am
post #23 of 31
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hmm, this is a pretty fail problem, I would assume it needs some sort of bios fix, or there is some mysterious setting somewhere
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hmm, this is a pretty fail problem, I would assume it needs some sort of bios fix, or there is some mysterious setting somewhere
Yea are you on the 1.B bios?
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I got the latest one on the msi website, think it is 1.b
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Wow...did you find anything in the MSI thread on the motherboard section about this, or even on the MSI forums?

Their board isn't even following VRD 12 specifications! They're using basically the same thing by default as the old LLC2 on the UD5/UD7 (before the ten step llc), and their "disabling" simply lessens the degree of vrise? Wow.... Someone really needs to contact MSI and have them fix this. Or contact Intel and get MSI removed from the supported vendor list, if they can't even follow proper loadline procedures. I'm not saying that having the vcore rise like that isn't something that can be of use, but Intel doesn't create specifications for their own good looks...

If they won't fix the vrise, contact Intel. I guarantee that MSI will release a fix fast, or have to make a revised board.

It's quite possible that this is a low level hardware defect in the VRM design MSI used, and no BIOS can fix this. But this violates Intel's VRD specs and Intel needs to know about it. A similar thing happened on the B2 version of the UD5 (which did NOT affect the UD7)...LLC1 overvolted by MORE than the current LLC2 (0.024v-0.036v from idle, as opposed to the 0.012v from idle currently).
And crossflashing with a B3 bios from a UD5 did *not* fix this at all...so that was clearly a hardware flaw (since the actual B3 board performed correctly). And LLC2 overvolted by about 0.15v and crashed the system on that B2. But at least disabling LLC made it perform to specs...
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Bump for any solutions frown.gif
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post #28 of 31
Only solution is to go contact MSI or check their forums. But from what I've seen from random feedback, some of their techs seem completely clueless. Best off calling them on the phone and getting someone from level 2 or higher up support who actually knows what they are talking about.

Also may want to give Intel a call and see what they say. Because that board is not following the loadline specifications.

Still POSSIBLE it could be a BIOS bug and that one of the options (High vdroop or No vdroop <--HAS to be one of these) is supposed to disable vdroop control but isn't...

Maybe their own engineers got confused (as "high vdroop" could be seen as "high vdroop compensation" (aka high level of loadline calibration) or "high vdroop allowed (aka intel specs) and who knows...

This is why people need to label their options in a logical manner...but whatever, just contact them and see what's up or check their forums.
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Any solutions to this yet? I am having the same problems. It's preventing me from getting a stable 4.8GHz OC.
    
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post #30 of 31
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tried setting Vdroop controll to auto
and the voltage went up to 1.45v ( when 1.36 was in bios!)
Do you have any SpeedStepping options on that board? if so disable that.
    
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