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here's my submission and thanks for picking up the maintenance of this. FYI - I find that CPU-Z is not accurate for manual voltage settings. I have my BIOS set to 1.280 just for the record, regardless of what the feedback of CPU-Z may record. I am not thrilled with that voltage for 45x, but what can you do. I'm stable.

I believe your CPU-Z readings are right... if i remember you are using an asus board and following swags guide right ?????

His LLC settings eliminate vdroop and turns into vgain .... so thats why your cpu-z shows a little more volts always play with the LLC settings a little bit but i also use Ultra High.
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here's my submission and thanks for picking up the maintenance of this. FYI - I find that CPU-Z is not accurate for manual voltage settings. I have my BIOS set to 1.280 just for the record, regardless of what the feedback of CPU-Z may record. I am not thrilled with that voltage for 45x, but what can you do. I'm stable.

I believe your CPU-Z readings are right... if i remember you are using an asus board and following swags guide right ?????

His LLC settings eliminate vdroop and turns into vgain .... so thats why your cpu-z shows a little more volts always play with the LLC settings a little bit but i also use Ultra High.

Actually Ultra High LLC settings doesn't enable vrise. It's the closest thing you can get to no vdroop.
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Actually Ultra High LLC settings doesn't enable vrise. It's the closest thing you can get to no vdroop.

Well you do have a higher voltage than what you set into the bios .... But I agree with you ultra high LLC is the best one to use IMO
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We aren't taking it over. Just maintaining the submissions. I am kind of waiting for others to chime in. People have different opinions. Really want to see what the OP thinks.

Yep. We can collect the data, make sure people qualify according to the OP's requirements, let them know, and hope the OP can have the data ready for him once he is not as busy.

More like helping out the OP and the club members while the OP is busy than taking over the thread.
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Actually Ultra High LLC settings doesn't enable vrise. It's the closest thing you can get to no vdroop.

Well you do have a higher voltage than what you set into the bios .... But I agree with you ultra high LLC is the best one to use IMO

Haven't had that happened to me before but I'll put my new voltage meter to use. So more testing, yay!
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We aren't taking it over. Just maintaining the submissions. I am kind of waiting for others to chime in. People have different opinions. Really want to see what the OP thinks.

Yep. We can collect the data, make sure people qualify according to the OP's requirements, let them know, and hope the OP can have the data ready for him once he is not as busy.

More like helping out the OP and the club members while the OP is busy than taking over the thread.

I talked about it to a mod and they said to wait a bit. The OP is the Intel Mod and he should be the one talking to tardy OPs, wait a bit more and if he decides to pass it down to someone else or he's still inactive for a long time, official intervention will come and they will pick a new OP.
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Yep. We can collect the data, make sure people qualify according to the OP's requirements, let them know, and hope the OP can have the data ready for him once he is not as busy.
More like helping out the OP and the club members while the OP is busy than taking over the thread.

In that case here are some more tests I did biggrin.gif



I noticed you need to enable PLL Overvolting to get anything stable after 47x hope that helps anyone stuck at 47x
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does this qualify? 4.6ghz 3770k 8 hours of prime95 custom blend 8K FTTs (which will give me the maximum temperature possible) for 8 hours. I could have done more but its really not worth putting that much more stress on the cpu, you would never need to push your cpu that much.

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I believe your CPU-Z readings are right... if i remember you are using an asus board and following swags guide right ?????
His LLC settings eliminate vdroop and turns into vgain .... so thats why your cpu-z shows a little more volts always play with the LLC settings a little bit but i also use Ultra High.

yes sir. swag's guide done me right (and the fact that he literally walked me thru it for a while one night, much thanks to swag!) I thought this was expected and was sort of a Vrise thing or something as well due to LLC at ultra high.

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Haven't had that happened to me before but I'll put my new voltage meter to use. So more testing, yay!

curious to see what you find with a volt meter. also, when I am in offset, I also get a higher offset than I plugged in every now and again as I run some logging and do the math. Do you think this is the same contribution from LLC? sometimes my offset which is set at +0.010, ends up being +0.015 or even +0.020 at 100% load, but VID and Vcore are constanly fluctuating in the third decimal place so maybe it's just supposed to be this way using ultra high LLC. I ain't gonna change it from what I can tell.
    
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Haven't had that happened to me before but I'll put my new voltage meter to use. So more testing, yay!
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curious to see what you find with a volt meter. also, when I am in offset, I also get a higher offset than I plugged in every now and again as I run some logging and do the math. Do you think this is the same contribution from LLC? sometimes my offset which is set at +0.010, ends up being +0.015 or even +0.020 at 100% load, but VID and Vcore are constanly fluctuating in the third decimal place so maybe it's just supposed to be this way using ultra high LLC. I ain't gonna change it from what I can tell.

Hmm, mines been static ever since. Haven't had changing too much. I know in terms of the decimal places they change but normally I don't have a problem. I'd use the highest VID recorded when running prime95 to make sure that you get the most accurate reading. I've tested it before and have come to the conclusion that the Ultra High LLC results in the most accurate reading for CPU-Z vcore and voltmeter vcore. It was always so close within each other. Using extreme LLC, it had a gain of 0.031vcore which is a huge difference!
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I talked about it to a mod and they said to wait a bit. The OP is the Intel Mod and he should be the one talking to tardy OPs, wait a bit more and if he decides to pass it down to someone else or he's still inactive for a long time, official intervention will come and they will pick a new OP.

Thanks for bringing this to the Mod's attention Swag. Let us know if there is any progress. I doubt it will hurt if we keep some submission data for the original OP or whoever replaces him just in case it takes awhile. It has been a long time already....frown.gif, and lots of people have submmited stability proof to be validated to join the club, and it takes lots of time to do that. I know I ran multiple runs of 6 or 8 or 10 hours where one worker would die or the system would reboot and more vcore had to be added and the test restarted. This is not the easiest club to join on OCN!
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