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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

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post #3791 of 10123
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You need to either raise or lower your load line calibration settings (CPU LLC in BIOS).

i have it in auto... in both cpu and cpu/nb...
     
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post #3792 of 10123
1.44V, incl. llc ... That's the voltage my 4170 needs for 4.8GHz, any lower it gets unstable.
Never did a 24h stability check, but a 4h OCCT large data set test is enough for me.
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post #3793 of 10123
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i have it in auto... in both cpu and cpu/nb...

Well. try setting it to regular, or high for the CPU and test for stability. Auto settings aren't alwats the best settings - compare auto settings to the standard VID AMD chips come with: for standard opperation, ussually a tad to high to be sure it functions properly.

Example: my htpc runs on a A8-3850. Standard Vcore (VID): 1.375 V. I was able to undervolt it to 1.18 V and still have stability. Chips and chipsets differ, even same brand / model ones, so manufacturers always use a margin of error.

So tweak a bit to find which settings work for you.

Perhaps it's just my Sabertooth motherboard, but voltage under load with high LLC seems to be capped at 1.428V, no matter how high the manual voltage / offset voltage is set to begin with.

I've seen it go from manual 1.440V - the minimal stable V for my oc - in iddle, drop down to 1.428 under load with high LLC and manual voltage settings.
Edited by Raephen - 12/12/12 at 2:29pm
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post #3794 of 10123
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Well. try setting it to regular, or high for the CPU and test for stability. Auto settings aren't alwats the best settings - compare auto settings to the standard VID AMD chips come with: for standard opperation, ussually a tad to high to be sure it functions properly.
Example: my htpc runs on a A8-3850. Standard Vcore (VID): 1.375 V. I was able to undervolt it to 1.18 V and still have stability. Chips and chipsets differ, even same brand / model ones, so manufacturers always use a margin of error.
So tweak a bit to find which settings work for you.
Perhaps it's just my Sabertooth motherboard, but voltage under load with high LLC seems to be capped at 1.428V, no matter how high the manual voltage / offset voltage is set to begin with.
I've seen it go from manual 1.440V - the minimal stable V for my oc - in iddle, drop down to 1.428 under load with high LLC and manual voltage settings.

I've set both LLC options at HIGH (cpu and cpu/nb)

currently, vcore = 1,380v (close to what i've set on bios)... i think it should go higher on load... will try... stay tuned... if stable, rep 4 u my friend =D
     
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post #3795 of 10123
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Originally Posted by Raephen View Post

Well. try setting it to regular, or high for the CPU and test for stability. Auto settings aren't alwats the best settings - compare auto settings to the standard VID AMD chips come with: for standard opperation, ussually a tad to high to be sure it functions properly.
Example: my htpc runs on a A8-3850. Standard Vcore (VID): 1.375 V. I was able to undervolt it to 1.18 V and still have stability. Chips and chipsets differ, even same brand / model ones, so manufacturers always use a margin of error.
So tweak a bit to find which settings work for you.
Perhaps it's just my Sabertooth motherboard, but voltage under load with high LLC seems to be capped at 1.428V, no matter how high the manual voltage / offset voltage is set to begin with.
I've seen it go from manual 1.440V - the minimal stable V for my oc - in iddle, drop down to 1.428 under load with high LLC and manual voltage settings.

I've set both LLC options at HIGH (cpu and cpu/nb)

currently, vcore = 1,380v (close to what i've set on bios)... i think it should go higher on load... will try... stay tuned... if stable, rep 4 u my friend =D

you would be better off keeping the voltage the same in bios and load by using the high or ultra high setting. it sounds like under auto it is going to extreme and adding voltage which will cause alot of heat in the VRMs and cpu
post #3796 of 10123
ok... so playing a little need for speed most wanted...

settings

cpu LLC = ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = auto
bios vcore = 1.39v
vcore windows = 1.39v
vcore full load = 1.404v

temps

core temp max = 41ºC
socket temp max = 47ºC
motherboard temp minimum = 32ºC
motherboard temp max = 36ºC

kinda improved... motherboard temp was the only one that is affected... before setting LLC on cpu, it was 30ºC idle... and super max = 40ºC


will repost after sometime playing farcry 3


EDIT

no go with farcry 3 on previous settings

new settings

bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = Ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = regular

EDIT 2

bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = extreme
cpu/nb LLC = extreme

first 2 settings were NO GO/BSOD

3rd settings, pump WAY TOO MUCH voltage... so i think reverting to standard settings will be my next step.... anyway, rep 4 u guys... thx 4 the help
Edited by shampoo911 - 12/12/12 at 3:28pm
     
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post #3797 of 10123
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Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

ok... so playing a little need for speed most wanted...

settings

cpu LLC = ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = auto
bios vcore = 1.39v
vcore windows = 1.39v
vcore full load = 1.404v

temps

core temp max = 41ºC
socket temp max = 47ºC
motherboard temp minimum = 32ºC
motherboard temp max = 36ºC

kinda improved... motherboard temp was the only one that is affected... before setting LLC on cpu, it was 30ºC idle... and super max = 40ºC


will repost after sometime playing farcry 3


EDIT

no go with farcry 3 on previous settings

new settings

bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = Ultra high
cpu/nb LLC = regular

EDIT 2

bios vcore = 1.4v
cpu LLC = extreme
cpu/nb LLC = extreme

first 2 settings were NO GO/BSOD

3rd settings, pump WAY TOO MUCH voltage... so i think reverting to standard settings will be my next step.... anyway, rep 4 u guys... thx 4 the help

just keep it on ultra and up vcore until it is stable you will probably have to up it a couple depending on how OC'd you are
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post #3799 of 10123
Butterz, I thought your location is Cali?

You're getting temps that low in winter in Cali? Wow.

I'm up in Canadialand and my temps don't drop much at all, and we don't use much heat.
post #3800 of 10123
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