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I usually set vtt to around 1.12.. how many sticks of RAM do you have?

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try setting vtt to 1.12-1.15
also..bump your RAM voltage 2 clicks
and LLC on enable
 
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try setting vtt to 1.12-1.15
also..bump your RAM voltage 2 clicks
and LLC on enable

Ok.. just turned LLC on, and got through 5 runs before it crashed which is better than an instant crash, so I think that has something to do with it.

This time the BSOD was x124 though which is intruiging.

Will try change vtt and see what happens.
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try setting vtt to 1.12-1.15
also..bump your RAM voltage 2 clicks
and LLC on enable

Okay, I now have a stable run.

Annoying thing is as due to me only have the limited LLC options, I am still getting quite a droop (I have vCore set at 1.36, droops down to 1.34 or so), and I can't really do much about it without flashing my BIOS (which I really don't want to do due to risk).

Is 1.36 fine for a 24/7 run (oh well not really 24/7, but around 9 hours a day I use my comp).

Temps around around 35-37 idling, and reach an average of 68-70 under load.

Are these temps and voltages fine for my use of comp. (as I said above on average probally 9 hours a day, more on the weekend obviously).
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