Originally Posted by inedenimadam
I do not own an ASUS board, I own a ASRock ext4, which has been reported to misrepresent VCore as much as .08 for some and .056 by me when measured with a DMM. I am trying to conduct a cross platform LLC VCORE reporting experiment. If anybody in this forum has an i5-3570k, an Asus board with Load Line Calibration options in BIOS, and a DMM and you know how to use it, please PM me. It would be helpful if you are currently stable at 4.5Ghz, 4.6 or 4.7Ghz and are not pushing more than 1.4 or exceeding 90C, although really the only requirement is a DMM and LLC options in BIOS, I can always rerun tests on my side to match your current overclock.
Thanks in advance,
I don't have any form of significant data set, but I do have a digital multimeter. My P8Z77-V Pro would send about .020 to .030 more than I would manually set it bios. My Maximus V Formula sends less than .010 more, and is one of the reasons I like it. This is with LLC at Ultra High which is 75%, the second highest setting and closest to zero vdroop.
Don't know if you have seen it, but go about halfway down the first post in the thread link below and you will see a chart that lists the real and software readings for various LLC: