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For power savings, would it be better to leave the regular cpu multiplier at 33 and set the turbo multipliers to 45 or am I way off base?
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72 degrees is the max temp on this processor. So try to keep it lower then that.
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The max temps I get is 78 when running prime95. Also I still can't find a way to see what my vcore is while running prime95. I've tried CPU-Z, Everest, and Hardware monitor. Thanks
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post #14 of 32
download the Bulldozer testing package from the CPUID website, its most up to date and it works on mine, i had same problems with cpu-z

about the LLC (Multi-step Load Line Calibration) i wrote a little bit about it to someone in another thread, here it is, copy and pasted:

i'll try to make it easy for you to understand, i'll be using two terms which helped me understand it too
Vdroop - voltage drops under load
Vgain - voltage increases under load
now i'll go through all the choices available in the LLC section

Disabled - BOTH Vdroop and Vdrop are on full; vdrop is a motherboard system which lowers all voltages on the board
Level 1 - FULL Vdroop is on but Vdrop is turned off (think of this as being 100% of the Vdroop on)
Level 2 - 75% Vdroop
Level 3 - 50% Vdroop
Level 4 - 25% Vdroop
Level 5 - 0% Vdroop and 0% Vgain (voltage stays mopre or less constant, i say this because it does fluctuate a tiny bit)
Level 6 - 25% Vgain
Level 7 - 50% Vgain
and so on.....
so levels 1-4 Vdroop but the higher the number the less it droops
level 5 more or less constant
levels 6-11 Vgain, the higher the number the more it gains

i was recommended to set it so that under load the voltage should either stay constant or droop slightly, not gain as high volts and temps kill the cpu the quickest, but if your temps are cool and if the voltages are in the limits why not

just to let you know this is what i picked up from my experience, an annoying and long-lasting one hope it helps to solve your issue

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id also like to mention your temps are fine for now, 72 is TJmax, which is temp of the die itself if i remember correctly, thermal throttling doesnt occur until 90c, but id say max for everyday use and gaming less than 75c, but for long period stressing below 80c
post #16 of 32
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Ok so I was messing around with Hardware Monitor and I noticed this.
Hardware.png
It looks like the CPU VCORE in inaccurate but the CPU section looks close. Also you described the levels of LLC and you said 6 gives vgain which consists with the voltage going to 1.39 during stress. If that is in fact my vcore why does my bios say 1.33 and this show 1.38-1.39? Also on the temps during prime 95 it gets to 78 but during gaming and regular use it never goes above 55c. Should I drop my LLC to level 5 and try dropping the vcore a tad?

Edit: I couldn't find that bulldozer testing package.
Edited by Kyleinator - 11/29/11 at 3:36pm
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post #17 of 32
you have a gigabyte board, the best you can get to monitor the cpu is gigabyte easy tune 6. This has a utility like cpu-z built in and it is very accurate for voltage monitoring as well. Also, I have found that disabling LLC all together and just setting vcore higher in bios (which allows Vdroop) will drastically reduce temps. You should not need LLC until you are getting into the 4.9Ghz range. i set mine to 1.390v and let it Vdroop to 1.33v it is rock solid stable, and temps are much lower then setting it to 1.33v with LLC level 6 enabled. Just my .02 though. Good luck with everything.
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Ok so when I try to install Easy Tune6 it fails saying that it is already installed but it isn't. There must be some regestry file or something still here that makes the install fail. Does anyone know how to delete it completely so I can reinstall?

Edit: I got easy tune6 working and it says my voltage is at 1.38. Why is it 1.38 when in bios it is set to 1.33? Also when I run the stress test my voltage does in fact jump up to 1.39-1.4 so should I drop my LLC and drop my voltage?
Edited by Kyleinator - 11/29/11 at 5:25pm
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Sorry for double posting but the edit feature is being all weird. I got easy tune6 working and it says my voltage is at 1.38. Why is it 1.38 when in bios it is set to 1.33? Also when I run the stress test my voltage does in fact jump up to 1.39-1.4 so should I drop my LLC and drop my voltage?
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Try 1.59?
    
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