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I will get some pictures of my bios up as soon as i can.

I have disabled turbo core clock.

I have tried overclocking using both FSB and multiplier.

When overclocking with FSB I lower the HT link and ram speed down to compensate but doesn't make any difference still get voltage drops.

I have been googling like a mad man looking for different things to try. I would be happy with 4.5ghz with decent temps.

you generally want atleast a little bit of vdroop, the opposite Vboost isn't exactly the best thing

vdroop is an inherent property of Electricity, im not getting on this soap box again...

the answer to vdroop... moderate LLC and more voltage...
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I was going to post this in the MOBO section but decised to put it here since it will possibly get more exposure. I borked up my bios this weekend and thought it would be a good opportunity to test something that has been nagging at me about the two top asus boards bios versions and memory problems. I was recently trying to help a couple of posters with Kingston 2400 2x8 memory and it was causing nothing but problems. So I put my G.Skill 2400 in after flashing to the latest CHV-z bios and was not really surprised from what I saw. The bios isn't reading the SPD/XMP info correctly and there seem to be some other underlying issues. The only way I could get my NB up to 2600 was with 1.45v which is way too much compared to normal.
Here's my results if interested in having a peak
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@FlailScHLAMP Beat me to it about HWinfo - tnx! thumb.gif

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Well I ran prime95 and had both hwmonitor as well hwinfo opened at the same time but couldn't find Tmpin2 temp anywhere in hwinfo. Here's a pic of Hwmonitor and the hwinfo temp file.

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I will get some pictures of my bios up as soon as i can.

I have disabled turbo core clock.

I have tried overclocking using both FSB and multiplier.

When overclocking with FSB I lower the HT link and ram speed down to compensate but doesn't make any difference still get voltage drops.

I have been googling like a mad man looking for different things to try. I would be happy with 4.5ghz with decent temps.

As mentioned above, stick with multi..

Or if you don't mind, my fail safe settings are as follows..

Fsb - 250
Multi - x18
Cpu-nb -2000
Ht link -2000
Ram multi - x8
Ram timings at 9-11-9-27-42-cr1

Core voltage - +0.050 = 1.39~~
Nb core voltage - +0.100
Ram v - 1.685 to give me 1.65 😈
Llc - regular


You do the rest.

That will give 4.5GHz CPU and 2000 MHz ram..

I will have to say, these are my fail safe settings. It may work for you, it may not.

But my friend just copied those and was able to call it quits.. And made it his daily clock. His nowhere near me overclocking-wise..and I'm no good too.
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Im at 4.4 on my Fx8320.

With LLC on high, and voltage on 1.35625.

Altgough, when stressing, on Cpu-z the voltage is 1.308~1.32V

What does this mean?
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Im at 4.4 on my Fx8320.

With LLC on high, and voltage on 1.35625.

Altgough, when stressing, on Cpu-z the voltage is 1.308~1.32V

What does this mean?

Vdroop..

Try to compensate with voltages if not stable..
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@FlailScHLAMP Beat me to it about HWinfo - tnx! thumb.gif

@Alastair - Have you seen these?

They seems to be pretty nice Rad fans! - thinking of picking some up to replace my stupidly loud SP120s
Yeah I have seen those fans and I think they are sick! I have been a fan of Aerocool products for years. Used to have one of their budget cases a few years back. The VS-9 Pro BE and I loved it. Got 6 of their Sharkfan 140mm in here right now and they are great. I dunno how much better they would be than my sharks though. RPM and CFM look really close. To be honest I kinda hate you right now. You have now split me in three! sozo.gif 1. Should I keep my shark 140mm? 2. Should I keep my Sharks till 140mm Jetflo LED's come along? or 3. Should I dump my sharks for these? CHOICES! CHOICES! biggrin.gif
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SO should i change LLC to Ultra High? Or to medium?

I should try to reduce vdroop, right?

At idle, the Vcore is at 1.344V, but on Load, it is on 1.308~1.32V max.

Is this normal?
Edited by austinmrs - 3/31/14 at 8:20am
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SO should i change LLC to Ultra High? Or to medium?

I should try to reduce vdroop, right?

At idle, the Vcore is at 1.344V, but on Load, it is on 1.308~1.32V max.

Is this normal?

It's not your fault, but a lot of us in here are used to throwing 'snippets' of information around and other users who are competent in the terms used when overclocking AMD FXs - will understand these.

The important part of what mus1mus said was 'if not stable' - Vdroop is normal. It's normal for electronics to function like this. Vdroop is not bad, there is actually a defined standard by AMD. Vdroop can hinder you when trying to push for high overclocks.

Edit: Grammar

I would advise setting LLC to Very High, and see if it still gives droop or if it overshoots the set Voltage. You want the setting which gives - as close to the voltage manually set in bios, without overshooting. Other than that, you can just bump the voltage a notch or two each time you hit instability - until you reach your thermal limit.
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