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post #31 of 64
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If I disable my LLC what will happen to my core, I would MUCH rather have as much control over my voltages. If disableing it will help, please tell me now lol
post #32 of 64
I just realised - question, does your 1090T have the Turbo mode thingy? if so, have you disabled it?
post #33 of 64
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Originally Posted by AMDfanAMD View Post

If I disable my LLC what will happen to my core, I would MUCH rather have as much control over my voltages. If disableing it will help, please tell me now lol

I found the LLC % setting gave me MORE control if my voltage (once I set it the right way, I went up first, then panicked!) If you feel its less in control, disable it.
post #34 of 64
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Originally Posted by latelesley View Post

I just realised - question, does your 1090T have the Turbo mode thingy? if so, have you disabled it?
Yes lol turbo is off, I don't see, to have the option of changing my LLC, I'll keep going with the vore, if it's to much, I'll disable and see what happens
post #35 of 64
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Yes lol turbo is off, I don't see, to have the option of changing my LLC, I'll keep going with the vore, if it's to much, I'll disable and see what happens

well, i would drop the voltage a tad before disabling, just incase the Vcore goes the wrong way! biggrin.gif
post #36 of 64
I just looked at your manual for your board - it doesn;t have the LLC % settings, looks like just On or Off.
post #37 of 64
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I got a droooop and a half lol, i have vcore set to 1.48 at the moment and it drooped to 1.312 when I put load into it
post #38 of 64
enabling LLC will cause your vcore to slightly increase under load from what you set in bios.
disabling LLC will cause your vcore to slightly decrease under load from what you set in bios.
look up LLC in the search engine on here if you want to know more about it and how some boards can vary that value in percentage.

also i would look into some cooling for that board as its VRMs are bare.
that may be what is inhibiting your OC.
where's xd_1771 when you need him? lol
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Edited by LilScrappyD - 3/12/12 at 7:09pm
post #39 of 64
I looked at the board spec - says its good for 140W , and its an 8 + 1 design. SO that should be ok for OC (I think) thinking.gif

PS I'm running my unlocked deneb (127W unlocked) on a 95W board, plus OC to 4Ghz from 3Ghz wheee.gif

But I did put RAMsinks on my Mosfets. Just waiting to hear Marvin the Martian ask " Where's the Kaboom??? There was supposed to be an earth-shattering KaBoom!!!"
Edited by latelesley - 3/12/12 at 7:08pm
post #40 of 64
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Originally Posted by LilScrappyD View Post

enabling LLC will cause your vcore to slightly increase under load from what you set in bios.
disabling LLC will cause your vcore to slightly decrease under load from what you set in bios.
look up LLC in the search engine on here if you want to know more about it and how some boards can vary that value in percentage.
also i would look into some cooling for that board as its VRMs are bare.
that may be what is inhibiting your OC.
where's xd_1771 when you need him? lol
Elaborate on cooling please. Are you talking about adding heat sinks to the board?
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