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Nope, I disabled it.

Enable it... Check windows voltage with CPU-z

LLC = load line calibration. It adjusts the voltage under load so you don't have a vdrop (core voltage decrease)...
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Because you've overclocked with a manual voltage override (meaning no LLC or Offset voltage).

The reason why your load voltage is lower than your idle voltage is because of the way vdroop works with a manual voltage setting. You could try the other two overclocking options in order to fix this (personally I use the offset method and get stable around 1.308v with a 0.972v idle voltage).
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Because you've overclocked with a manual voltage override (meaning no LLC or Offset voltage).
The reason why your load voltage is lower than your idle voltage is because of the way vdroop works with a manual voltage setting. You could try the other two overclocking options in order to fix this (personally I use the offset method and get stable around 1.308v with a 0.972v idle voltage).

My LLC has 10 levels, what should I set it to?

So is my processor running at 1.330 v under load because of vdrop?
Does that mean that when it was set to 1.340, it was running at 1.290, and this caused it to bluescreen?
post #14 of 75
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Originally Posted by SeW800 View Post

Because you've overclocked with a manual voltage override ( meaning no LLC or Offset voltage).

The reason why your load voltage is lower than your idle voltage is because of the way vdroop works with a manual voltage setting. You could try the other two overclocking options in order to fix this (personally I use the offset method and get stable around 1.308v with a 0.972v idle voltage).

wrong. just wrong. you can adjust LLC whatever your voltage setting is, that is if you mobo has LLC. and setting the voltage mode to offset mode won't avoid the vdoop either, don't post false information please.

what you are experiencing right now is the vdroop and its normal, vdroop is the decrease of voltage when your cpu is under load, to counter this, enable the LLC

you need to find the right level of LLC so that your voltage won't decrease under load, but won't increase either, if you set the LLC too high the voltage will increase/overvolt

LLC is there to counter the vdroop, so that the voltage stays the same whenever its under load or idling
Edited by ghostrider85 - 3/13/12 at 4:08pm
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wrong. just wrong. you can adjust LLC whatever your voltage setting is, that is if you mobo has LLC
what you are experiencing right now is the vdroop and its normal, vdroop is the dropping of voltage when your cpu is under load, to counter this drop, enable the LLC
you need to find the right level of LLC so that your voltage won't drop under load, but won't overvolt either, if you set the LLC too high it will overvolt
LLC is there to counter the vdroop, so that the voltage stays the same whenever its under load or idling

This , i would try level 5 first thumb.gif
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1.37v for 4.5Ghz 2500k is kinda high, but like Theyedi said if u don't go pass 4.5Ghz this is still a good oc and safe voltage. If u can exchange it with no cost, then I would suggest to do it, cuz u can oc higher when u want to (if u get a better chip than the current one).
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my 2500k is overclocked at 4.5GHZ using exactly 1.3v
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My LLC has 10 levels, what should I set it to?
So is my processor running at 1.330 v under load because of vdrop?
Does that mean that when it was set to 1.340, it was running at 1.290, and this caused it to bluescreen?

Yes! It may not be a bad chip after all! play with the LLC or do some research(Sorry,not familiar with Gigabyte boards here)
also..check your vtt/vccio voltage ..should be between 1.1-1.15
And..don't forget the RAM timings..those will skew IBT real quick...
 
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one more thing is, gigabyte boards are known for excessive amounts of vdroop
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So I finally got it stable. According to Core Temp, it's been running at 1.381v at full load @ 4.5 GHz, according to Core Temp.

I used level 5 LLC and a vcore of 1.330. Here's a screenshot of the completed IntelBurnTest:

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I have no idea why it's running so high. Sucks that the first time you buy a CPU, you get a bad chip thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Temperatures seem pretty good for a Hyper 212+

By the way, setting the LLC to anything lower than level 5 caused a BSOD. Unhappy with transitioning to Intel.
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