Originally Posted by PainKiller89
Got a question,
My voltage in the bios was set to 1.200, running on desktop its at 1.208 and on load its at 1.216 on ultra high LLC. When i changed it to high LLC on desktop its at 1.200 but when testing the CPU it goes to 1.192 in prime 95. I am stable and i have not crashed. What do i put the LLC to?
No need to PM me and post here.
Here's my reply to your PM, for everyone to see:
Personally looks like "high" is better.
As it is better to be JUST under rather than JUST over
However when you start going for higher voltages/OC's you might find the variation larger - meaning you might have to resort back to ultra
Originally Posted by dino78
Anyone have any idea why cpu-z shows my Multiplier at 46 while it is set as 45 in the bios. I am still running everything else per the guide. I have a 3770K. Thanks.
Usually that's the asus bios bug - where the bios isn't displaying the right multiplier - but usually it is the other way round:
ie. you set x45 and in the bios it doesn't update to x45, yet in cpuz it does.
Either way, i suggest reflashing the bios just to be on the safe side and being sure about your multiplier being set correctly.