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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.
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Originally Posted by PainKiller89 View Post

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 smile.gif

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 smile.gif

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Originally Posted by dino78 View Post

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.
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Totally Dubbed,

Can you please get on steam.
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Mileage may vary or whatever, but ive had overnight BSODs related to vCore under heavy load that were remedied putting LLC to Ultra High without actually having to increase the base voltage itself. Upping vCore or upping LLC, whichever works for a given clock, I guess. I'm hoping a better, non-cobbled-together case cooling solution and better TIM might let me hit 4.3-4.4GHz at least XD

Nother oddity, even though my RAM's tested out fine on every metric on multiple over-night runs, I cant overclock it to save my life for whatever reason, tried setting it from 1600 to 1833(motherboard supported frequency) with the voltage upped from base operating V of 1.35 to 1.5. Adjusting timings has similar results, just endlessly reboots.

I'd also tried the virtu mvp thing. Got it working, but really didnt seem to have any Real benefit in Any game, so uninstalled and turned the iGPU off again. Seems lik that lowered the cpu temp a tad too, heh.
Edited by Garzhad - 10/12/13 at 11:42am
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

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 smile.gif

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 smile.gif
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.

Ok. Flashed bios and you were right it was bugged..went with 4.5 via a 1.250 vcore...temps hit 90 in prime but stable...no crashes or anything. Bf3 never got over 65 after hours...what are the thoughts. It's higher for some reason temp wise, than it was at 1.275. At least I think it is...does that make sense. Could my temps go up with a lower vcore?? I will check and make sure it is set exactly like your guide when I get home. Thanks for the insight. You are a huge help!
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Ok. Flashed bios and you were right it was bugged..went with 4.5 via a 1.250 vcore...temps hit 90 in prime but stable...no crashes or anything. Bf3 never got over 65 after hours...what are the thoughts. It's higher for some reason temp wise, than it was at 1.275. At least I think it is...does that make sense. Could my temps go up with a lower vcore?? I will check and make sure it is set exactly like your guide when I get home. Thanks for the insight. You are a huge help!

That's a little high for a h100i. That said I was at 1.27v on an antec 920 non-delidded at 93c whilst P95'in
Temps wouldn't go higher with a lower vcore. Unless you changed the LLC?
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When playing BF3, my OC at 4.4 on 1.29v is only using around 57watts, normal?

*Yes I know 1.29v is too high for 4.4, I'm just messing around trying to figure out why BF3 keeps crashing on me.
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Bf3 can crash due due to multiple reasons, such as ea sucking hard to graphics drivers
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That's a little high for a h100i. That said I was at 1.27v on an antec 920 non-delidded at 93c whilst P95'in
Temps wouldn't go higher with a lower vcore. Unless you changed the LLC?

I know right?? This H100 has never really performed up to par for me. I went in knowing that though...a simple solution for the time being. I am working on a water loop at the moment, picking parts and what not..

I will check all settings and the LLC. I do not think I made any changes. What about 67 after hours of gaming....all good?? I don't want to get too obsessive about it if not needed. Thanks again for your time.
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When playing BF3, my OC at 4.4 on 1.29v is only using around 57watts, normal?

*Yes I know 1.29v is too high for 4.4, I'm just messing around trying to figure out why BF3 keeps crashing on me.

Crashing BF3 is what brought me back to my overclock settings. I was at 4.6 but bf3.exe was crashing non-stop at random. Double checked all settings and backed down to 4.5 - has been rock solid. I gamed it up for over 5 hours yesterday with not a single crash.....BF3 can be a mystery as stated above - drivers have given me problems in the past as well. Nothing like trying to sort out an issue that could very well be caused by 1 of 20 different things. I guess I got lucky finding my issue...
Edited by dino78 - 10/14/13 at 7:27am
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