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Originally Posted by hawker-gb View Post

1,48 vcore is absolutely to high for puny 4,4 Ghz

edit: just saw it was underload that it was 1.48v


@meisgoot312 what is your v core set too in bios?
Edited by FlailScHLAMP - 12/24/14 at 4:28pm
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where is the temp monitoring?
 
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For some reason the temp monitor didn't give me a picture, but it never exceeded 53 C.
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edit: just saw it was underload that it was 1.48v


@meisgoot312 what is your v core set too in bios?

For some reason, this motherboard has messed up Vcore displays on the BIOS. My Vcore is set to 1.625 volts which translates to 1.55 volts actual voltage, then with Vdroop (.5 - .7), it's at 1.48-1.50 on load.

The 990FXA-GD80 has weird voltage settings (also, I need to use the ClickBiosII software, otherwise I'm limited to 1.44 volts).

Example: 1.625 V BIOS > 1.55 V Actual > 1.5 Volts Load (Vdroop)
Edited by Meisgoot312 - 12/24/14 at 4:36pm
post #44094 of 67883
I am not native english speaker but if i understand correctly you put vcore at >1.5 for 4,4Ghz?

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post #44095 of 67883
Gah, this board is so confusing. Without LLC, my CPU voltages are everywhere. I set my BIOS Vcore to 1.51 volts now, but Vdroop is only .3 Volts now, so under load, it's 1.48 Volts. Vdroop seems to be anywhere between .2 and .8 volts.
post #44096 of 67883
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Originally Posted by Meisgoot312 View Post

For some reason the temp monitor didn't give me a picture, but it never exceeded 53 C.
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

edit: just saw it was underload that it was 1.48v


@meisgoot312 what is your v core set too in bios?

For some reason, this motherboard has messed up Vcore displays on the BIOS. My Vcore is set to 1.625 volts which translates to 1.55 volts actual voltage, then with Vdroop (.5 - .7), it's at 1.48-1.50 on load.

The 990FXA-GD80 has weird voltage settings (also, I need to use the ClickBiosII software, otherwise I'm limited to 1.44 volts).

Example: 1.625 V BIOS > 1.55 V Actual > 1.5 Volts Load (Vdroop)
Quote:
Originally Posted by Meisgoot312 View Post

For some reason the temp monitor didn't give me a picture, but it never exceeded 53 C.
Quote:
Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

edit: just saw it was underload that it was 1.48v


@meisgoot312 what is your v core set too in bios?

For some reason, this motherboard has messed up Vcore displays on the BIOS. My Vcore is set to 1.625 volts which translates to 1.55 volts actual voltage, then with Vdroop (.5 - .7), it's at 1.48-1.50 on load.

The 990FXA-GD80 has weird voltage settings (also, I need to use the ClickBiosII software, otherwise I'm limited to 1.44 volts).

Example: 1.625 V BIOS > 1.55 V Actual > 1.5 Volts Load (Vdroop)

What bio's are your running on that board?
Suggestions based on my experiences.
1. Don't add voltages in bios then use click bios or control center to change voltages again, leave them at auto in bios.

2. Click bio's is flakey compared to control center, I much prefer the version of control center that ends in the numbers "56" , the 60 version is a step in the wrong direction.

3. Merry Christmas!

Good luck smile.gif
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post #44097 of 67883
I'm running the "good" version of the BIOS version 13.4. I use ClickBiosII, but those are where the weird voltages are showing. I don't use control center because the changes are not permanent frown.gif If I find a way to save the settings from Control Center into BIOS, I'll definitely used Control Center. Control Center shows the correct voltages for my motherboard.

On a side note, that awkward .2 Vdroop was a glitch in CPU-Z, now it displays correctly as 1.46 on load.
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I'm running the "good" version of the BIOS version 13.4. I use ClickBiosII, but those are where the weird voltages are showing. I don't use control center because the changes are not permanent frown.gif If I find a way to save the settings from Control Center into BIOS, I'll definitely used Control Center. Control Center shows the correct voltages for my motherboard.

On a side note, that awkward .2 Vdroop was a glitch in CPU-Z, now it displays correctly as 1.46 on load.

I'd have to look at which bios I have been running on the 3 that I have set up, but If it's yours is the same , your vdroop will max out a .08 volts with a very solid floor at that voltage ( all three of mine behaved this way).
By comparison, without LLC enabled, my CHV-Z's both have over .10.

What is the VID and batch number of your 8320?
Mine is 1.28 and it would reach it's maximum prime stable on 1.48 volts at load. ( 4.7ghz irc).

I didn't have much luck at all with click bios and core voltages,bios and click bios were arguing like an old married couple on where to set it at and there was no clear winner.
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post #44099 of 67883
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Gah, this board is so confusing. Without LLC, my CPU voltages are everywhere. I set my BIOS Vcore to 1.51 volts now, but Vdroop is only .3 Volts now, so under load, it's 1.48 Volts. Vdroop seems to be anywhere between .2 and .8 volts.

Your board and mismatched ram is the route of your issues, I would suggest getting a better mobo and another set of those ballistix ram modules. smile.gif
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@cssorkinman

My VID reads 1.2875 volts, I can't seem to find the batch number anywhere (where would I find this information?), but if it helps, I bought it very recently. What is CHV-Z? With Click Bios II, my RAM speeds never seem to change (gets stuck at 1333 mhz, but I think it's because it's set in the BIOS).

@Benjiw

I removed my other two sticks of RAM for testing, so I'm only using one set right now. smile.gif This mobo, although confusing, can overclock very well apparently. I'll definitely be looking for other mobo's in the future though.
Edited by Meisgoot312 - 12/24/14 at 5:17pm
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