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I have the Silverstone (Enhance) ST1000 Gold and it is around the $200 mark. I can vouch for its quietness and stability on my previous Phenom builds and my current Intel build. The cables are also plenty long for my HAF 932 case.
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post

Its Vdroop.
LLC is the exact opposite of what you are saying,please do some research before posting.
Enable LLC and put on high,or whatever setting causes a flat voltage reaction on load

Don't they both help raise and lower voltage though? I'm not saying they are the same.
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Don't they both help raise and lower voltage though? I'm not saying they are the same.

Vdroop causes the voltage to drop under load.

Load Line Calibration stops the voltage from dropping under load, hence them being the "opposite."

LLC is used to correct Vdroop.
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Vdroop causes the voltage to drop under load.
Load Line Calibration stops the voltage from dropping under load, hence them being the "opposite."
LLC is used to correct Vdroop.

Vdroop is what the voltage drop under load is called, its not what causes it thumb.gif
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Vdroop is what the voltage drop under load is called, its not what causes it thumb.gif

Thanks! Clearly I'm no expert. biggrin.gif
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The Silverstone Strider Gold/Plus are VERY good (don't trust the Newegg reviews). Very good efficiency, fully modular, great voltage regulation and ripple suppression. They're also very quiet units and not too big.
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I'm amused at the back and forth on the differences, similarities, and definitions of Vdroop and LLC. LOL.
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I'm amused at the back and forth on the differences, similarities, and definitions of Vdroop and LLC. LOL.

Isnt it nice? You ask a question, and in the end, 15 people learn something trying to get the answer tongue.gif
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I have great news, and bad news. The great news is that with the help you guys provided, I hit a STABLE 4.4GHZ!!!!!!!! The bad news? My cooling solution is insufficient. Load temps hit 61c right before I killed the stability test. I waited for the temps to fall back into the 30c range, then ran Prime95 torture. Within 30 seconds or less, my system went into thermal shutdown. Sigh. Reset everything back to stock for now, so the system can run BOINC while I am at work. I'll try for 4.2ghz on air, but I am probably going to be starting a thread on budget water cooling. I'll post a link when I do.
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I have great news, and bad news. The great news is that with the help you guys provided, I hit a STABLE 4.4GHZ!!!!!!!! The bad news? My cooling solution is insufficient. Load temps hit 61c right before I killed the stability test. I waited for the temps to fall back into the 30c range, then ran Prime95 torture. Within 30 seconds or less, my system went into thermal shutdown. Sigh. Reset everything back to stock for now, so the system can run BOINC while I am at work. I'll try for 4.2ghz on air, but I am probably going to be starting a thread on budget water cooling. I'll post a link when I do.

That Zalman should be able to keep it cool. Try reseating
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