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Superpi isn't Vishera's strong point but here's my latest @ 5.256
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Well at a higher setting LLC it can add voltage under load. As an example I use 'Ultra' LLC for my OC. I have the Vcore set to 1.52, and under P95, OCCT etc it bumps it to 1.536 and then hold the Voltage perfectly until the load is reduced. Your temp doubling however is odd, if in fact that is actually happening. You could Run OCCT and generate charts for the vcore and temps to see if that gives you a clue or a relationship between the voltage and temperature jump. I am assuming you have APM disabled?

Ill try to take a graph of my volts and temps with LLC on and off, but why would my volts drop when it is enabled? And is cpu-z not reliable for voltage measurement with vishera?
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Any particular reason you chose that one over a Crosshair or Sabertooth?

After using a lot of these boards (AM3+) I came to the conclusion the the GBA 990FXA UD5/7 rev 1.1 are the best AM3+ mother boards. I am not a fan of the colouring on the Asus boards, nor am I a fan of the PCI layout on either boards. Overclocking the Asus Crosshair vs the Gigabyte UD5/7 are the same on both boards. Price is the same too, the choice was simple I got the 990fxa UD7
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OMG, i just saw folding right now and I am doing 39k (34k from CPU), normally I was only doing 10-12k. the f*ck happen..

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Ill try to take a graph of my volts and temps with LLC on and off, but why would my volts drop when it is enabled? And is cpu-z not reliable for voltage measurement with vishera?

CPU-Z is good for interval updates, I would like to see what your voltage is doing when graphed in real time. You can see short and sudden spikes and drop-offs with OCCT. Also be able to see if dropping cores due to hitting the 26.5A/ APM limit etc. and what the LLC/thermal relationship is.
As far as why it would drop when enabled, every level of LLC has a different characteristic to it. Lower levels of LLC will generally let voltage drop a bit before holding the line whereas higher level will bump voltage under load before leveling out. The graphs are just good info to have when you have unexplained voltage and thermal spikes/drop-offs.
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CPU-Z is good for interval updates, I would like to see what your voltage is doing when graphed in real time. You can see short and sudden spikes and drop-offs with OCCT. Also be able to see if dropping cores due to hitting the 26.5A/ APM limit etc. and what the LLC/thermal relationship is.
As far as why it would drop when enabled, every level of LLC has a different characteristic to it. Lower levels of LLC will generally let voltage drop a bit before holding the line whereas higher level will bump voltage under load before leveling out. The graphs are just good info to have when you have unexplained voltage and thermal spikes/drop-offs.

Alright ill jump on that when I get home, still can't figure out 60'C on stock settings though, that freaked me out a bit
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I should get my FX-8320 on Tuesday wheee.gif
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OMG, i just saw folding right now and I am doing 39k (34k from CPU), normally I was only doing 10-12k. the f*ck happen..


Pause your GPU folding please and let's see how much better it gets. The AMD GPU folding tends to use 30% of your CPU while folding.
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Alright ill jump on that when I get home, still can't figure out 60'C on stock settings though, that freaked me out a bit

I would be concerned as well. It could be a bad reading but worth looking at:thumb: Thats why I asked if you had moved the machine. A jarring of the cooler and a .001 gap can do what you are describing. when you put you thermal compound down.are you sure you put down and tightened your H-60 evenly? just a thought.
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I would be concerned as well. It could be a bad reading but worth looking at:thumb: Thats why I asked if you had moved the machine. A jarring of the cooler and a .001 gap can do what you are describing. when you put you thermal compound down.are you sure you put down and tightened your H-60 evenly? just a thought.

Ill check that too, its hard as hell to tell how tight is too tight and whether its even or not
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