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post #1021 of 1879
Just use LLC since it only affects voltage during load.
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post #1023 of 1879
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Just use LLC since it only affects voltage during load.
Hey. What does Load Line Calibration do?
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post #1024 of 1879
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Hey. What does Load Line Calibration do?

As far as I know it helps eliminate vdroop
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post #1025 of 1879
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Well, I tried to set up a dynamic Vcore today, and I have no idea what the hell I am doing.

When I set it to -1.05V, it got me to 1.296V under load and 0.888V at idle. The DVID setting appears to affect both the load and idle settings. I just want to get my Vcore to its max voltage at load (1.285V in this case) and drop the voltage at idle. Can anyone tell me how I would go about doing this?

Basically set your vcore to normal dvid to whatever you need and use LLC of your choice. And of course don't forget about ESIT on auto and mind your power saving features.

For example my core voltage in CPUz needs to be approx. 1.260 - 1.272 for 4.5GHz underload. I am using a +.020 for dvid a llc of high for a little vdroop. This gives me using CPUz a core voltage at idle of 1.032v and a core speed of approx 1600MHz. Remember the higher the LLC the less vdrop...as an example extreme would provide hardly any vdroop.

Hope thats helps..
Edited by Conners - 2/16/13 at 7:36am
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post #1026 of 1879
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Basically set your vcore to normal dvid to whatever you need and use LLC of your choice. And of course don't forget about ESIT on auto and mind your power saving features.

For example my core voltage in CPUz needs to be approx. 1.260 - 1.272 for 4.5GHz underload. I am using a +.020 for dvid a llc of high for a little vdroop. This gives me using CPUz a core voltage at idle of 1.032v and a core speed of approx 1600MHz. Remember the higher the LLC the less vdrop...as an example extreme would provide hardly any vdroop.

Hope thats helps..
How do I calculate what offset I need to set the core voltage? I set my LLC to extreme and Vdroop is gone.

When I set my Vcore to normal, it says 1.245V in the BIOS, but it appears to be an offset from approximately 1.4V. Easytune says that the Vcore is set to 1.37V when it's on normal.
post #1027 of 1879
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How do I calculate what offset I need to set the core voltage? I set my LLC to extreme and Vdroop is gone.

When I set my Vcore to normal, it says 1.245V in the BIOS, but it appears to be an offset from approximately 1.4V. Easytune says that the Vcore is set to 1.37V when it's on normal.

Don't know how to calculate it, but hummm. Any way what does cpuz say for core voltage under load? Thats what I would try to match with DVID either by increasing or decreasing voltge which ever way you need..

Lets say you choose to use an LLC of Low. You will need a higher/lower dvid than you will need at medium LLC and a higher/lower dvid than at a High LLC and so on.
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Don't know how to calculate it, but hummm. Any way what does cpuz say for core voltage under load? Thats what I would try to match with DVID either by increasing or decreasing voltge which ever way you need..

Lets say you choose to use an LLC of Low. You will need a higher/lower dvid than you will need at medium LLC and a higher/lower dvid than at a High LLC and so on.
With LLC on extreme and DVID set to -1.05, at load it climbs to 1.296V within a few minutes. At idle the Vcore stays at 0.888V

I have no idea how to control both the idle at load voltages with DVID. I just managed to find the correct voltage by trial and error in easytune.
post #1029 of 1879
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With LLC on extreme and DVID set to -1.05, at load it climbs to 1.296V within a few minutes. At idle the Vcore stays at 0.888V

I have no idea how to control both the idle at load voltages with DVID. I just managed to find the correct voltage by trial and error in easytune.

Just playing with my system after something you said. In ET6 you have a power on voltage of say 1.290v (bios shows 1.200v so I guess the chip calculates this voltage based on the multi?) Then if I add my dvid voltage of .020V to the power on voltage I get the target voltage of 1.310v. Then using a LLC of high my load voltage drops to ~1.272v. If I use a extreme LLC mt voltage runs ~ 1.308V If I use a low LLC my voltage drops down to ~ 1.232V. But I know I need at ~ 1.272 volts to be stable after testing using just vcore. So for me thats what I target when using dvid and LLC.

Using the low LLC to reach my target of ~1.272 I will need to raise the DVID or change to a higher LLC. By the same token if I use LLC of extreme I am over my targrt of ~1.272 go I would need to lower the DVID to reach my target or lower the LLC...

So for me I use an LLC of High and a DVID of +.020 to get me to my target of 1.272 under load. If I went to Turbo I may only need a DVID of 0.00 I don't know off hand...But I do know it will be less.


Does that make any since?
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post #1030 of 1879
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Just playing with my system after something you said. In ET6 you have a power on voltage of say 1.290v (bios shows 1.200v so I guess the chip calculates this voltage based on the multi?) Then if I add my dvid voltage of .020V to the power on voltage I get the target voltage of 1.310v. Then using a LLC of high my load voltage drops to ~1.272v. If I use a extreme LLC mt voltage runs ~ 1.308V If I use a low LLC my voltage drops down to ~ 1.232V. But I know I need at ~ 1.272 volts to be stable after testing using just vcore. So for me thats what I target when using dvid and LLC.

Using the low LLC to reach my target of ~1.272 I will need to raise the DVID or change to a higher LLC. By the same token if I use LLC of extreme I am over my targrt of ~1.272 go I would need to lower the DVID to reach my target or lower the LLC...

So for me I use an LLC of High and a DVID of +.020 to get me to my target of 1.272 under load. If I went to Turbo I may only need a DVID of 0.00 I don't know off hand...But I do know it will be less.


Does that make any since?
Yes, but how do you control the idle voltage?

Also, did you run it under prime load for several minutes? I found that the voltage was 0.03V greater than the DVID plus the VID stated in ET6 after prime was on for a couple of minutes. I'm not sure why that's happening.
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