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post #51 of 75
you have speedstep and c1e disabled right ? you got 2x or 4x ram sticks?
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post #52 of 75
Then just bump the voltage a wee bit more, add a lowest amount that you can. keep the LLC at 4. You are almost stable
post #53 of 75
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I got it stable at 1.344 v load and 1.354 v idle.

It wasn't stable at 1.330 v, sadly.

Thanks for all the help guys.
post #54 of 75
Good job!
post #55 of 75
Acceptable but i wont still gonna be happy with that, notice that your idle voltage is higher than load voltage. It means you can still lower the idle voltage.
post #56 of 75
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Acceptable but i wont still gonna be happy with that, notice that your idle voltage is higher than load voltage. It means you can still lower the idle voltage.

Idle is always 0.010 v higher than full load. I think it has to do with the level 4 LLC.
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Acceptable but i wont still gonna be happy with that, notice that your idle voltage is higher than load voltage. It means you can still lower the idle voltage.

Idle is always 0.010 v higher than full load. I think it has to do with the level 4 LLC.

Yeah, but it should be the other way around,
post #58 of 75
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Yeah, but it should be the other way around,

How do you propose I fix it?

level 3 bluescreens before I even get into windows.
post #59 of 75
I suggest setting the LLC back to 5, then lowering the voltage to something, so that the load voltage will still stay the same as of now, that way your idle voltage will go lower.
post #60 of 75
You are confused about the LLC, the LLC adds a little bit voltage to the load voltage, so that the votage won't decrease when the cpu is under load. How much voltage it adds is depends on the LLC level, the higher the level the more voltage it adds when the cpu is under load.

Your system is stabe but has higher voltage when idle than when under load, that means your voltage you set in bios is higher than needed, and your LLC is too low.

COME ON OVERCLOCKERS, HELP ME OUT HERE!
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