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ok Got a bit confused there. smile.gif Need more coffee..
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me too smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Bubba Hotepp View Post

I'm willing to bet it has more to do with either MB settings or Memory than the CPU. (to clarify by Mem meaning your CPU/NB is not set right if you're running higher than 1866 mem)
I'm running 4x2gb sticks at 1333 9-9-9-24. Just switched to my old sticks so I'm testing with 2x2gb sticks at 1600 8-9-8-24. I've done everything I can and I still can't get anything stable unless I stick 1.5v in bios. vdroops all the way to 1.408 on idle -_-
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hello,
just had alook at the digi brm set up on the previous page.the eveo digi vrm setting a different,i dont have overcurrent protection,i have current compatibilty
have a look
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What frequency shows the best OC capabilities when setting the VRM frequency (power phase control) manually? I tried a few times to hit 5 Ghz in the past couple of days and the mild tinkering I tried with voltages etc were all unsuccessful. I can hit 4.97 Ghz all day with all auto settings, yet I have been unable to make it budge past that yet. VRM frequency is something that I have not messed with in the past, should I set this manually to get a higher OC, and if so what frequency shows the best results?
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Originally Posted by Kalistoval View Post

i have tryed countless times to use llc on my $200+ chv brand new only had it for bout mabe less than a month that and my 8150 i got them around the same time llc hasnt done anything else but made me crash
my current oc is stable on hyperpi and on prime 95 i dont dare until i find perfect voltages i just leave llc to auto i dont instant bsod this is also with 16gb os lovely samsung 30nm ram at 1866 runing them in ganged mode is beastly @ 1.4375v 9-9-9-24-33-1t 2600mhz cpu/nb 2600mhz HTL 200 bus 23 on multi

You may want to check with ASUS. The CHV has bios issues that effect LLC. You will probably need them to send you the updated BIOS chip. It's not a matter of having the most up to date BIOS. The chip capacity is too small or something to hold all the BIOS info.
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What about voltage and CPU temp ???

You're right, that temp is high for that Noctua Cooler. @ only 1.36v, something is wrong there.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 7/18/12 at 9:12am
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Originally Posted by Zeek View Post

I'm running 4x2gb sticks at 1333 9-9-9-24. Just switched to my old sticks so I'm testing with 2x2gb sticks at 1600 8-9-8-24. I've done everything I can and I still can't get anything stable unless I stick 1.5v in bios. vdroops all the way to 1.408 on idle -_-

What is the stock voltage of your 8120? (the Voltage with Turbo Disabled)
If you don't have LLC options, then you probably have a revision 1.0 board. Did you install the BIOS for rev 1.0 and not rev 1.1.
Don't update the bios using @BIOS over then net. Download the BIOS to file.
Most up to date BIOS is F8 (I use F7 currently)

(ooh there's a F9a Beta Bios now ^^)
Edited by ComputerRestore - 7/18/12 at 9:12am
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i have tryed countless times to use llc on my $200+ chv brand new only had it for bout mabe less than a month that and my 8150 i got them around the same time llc hasnt done anything else but made me crash
my current oc is stable on hyperpi and on prime 95 i dont dare until i find perfect voltages i just leave llc to auto i dont instant bsod this is also with 16gb os lovely samsung 30nm ram at 1866 runing them in ganged mode is beastly @ 1.4375v 9-9-9-24-33-1t 2600mhz cpu/nb 2600mhz HTL 200 bus 23 on multi

What about voltage and CPU temp ???
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Just a quick update was out of town for about a week for work. My new CPU and Motherboard were sitting at home waiting for me this whole time!! Had to go to work today so I have zero time to put it together Can't wait to get home now and put this thing together and get my rig back up and running. Before I left I added quite a few little tweeks to my case and am very happy with the results. Will be posting an update tomorrow for sure.
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Originally Posted by ComputerRestore View Post

What is the stock voltage of your 8120? (the Voltage with Turbo Disabled)
If you don't have LLC options, then you probably have a revision 1.0 board. Did you install the BIOS for rev 1.0 and not rev 1.1.
Don't update the bios using @BIOS over then net. Download the BIOS to file.
Most up to date BIOS is F8 (I use F7 currently)
(ooh there's a F9a Beta Bios now ^^)
1.376 -__________- and I do have a r1.0 board. And I do have correct bios installed. I also had to turn off C1, C6 and kool&quiet and all the other stuff.

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