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151 is the highest setting. And that is 151C hey. So I dint think it has anything to do with socket temp throttling but rather the temps at which the VRM's throttle.

Oh good to know. I didn't know that 151 field was in direct reference of temp. So if it is in reference to VRM temp then a lower "CPU Current Capability" value may actually help you, since I believe that setting is linked to the VRM. If I am correct, this should in theory lower your VRM temp and hopefully stop your throttling issue.
A good theory except I don't think it is VRM temps causing the throttling. I have a VRM fan and a socket fan. I could push much higher voltages on my old 8350 and throttle at 78C socket. Now I have a much more efficient chip that is pulling less watts. And so should actually be lowering the stress on my VRM's. But they still throttle at 65C on the windows 7 install.
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A good theory except I don't think it is VRM temps causing the throttling. I have a VRM fan and a socket fan. I could push much higher voltages on my old 8350 and throttle at 78C socket. Now I have a much more efficient chip that is pulling less watts. And so should actually be lowering the stress on my VRM's. But they still throttle at 65C on the windows 7 install.

Ah, yes I see your point. doh.gif
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Hey guys,

I was messing around today with LLC on my Crosshair V Formula Z. Normally it is set to ultra high. So I set it to high, so now I would be working with some vdroop to stop those quick core temp spikes. I could not get it stable for nothing. So I decided to go for the gusto and try LLC set to extreme, with lower vcore. So now I am at the same voltages under load that it was for the high setting...stable and with no temperature spikes (used to jump to 66c to 68c). I would have thought that extreme LLC on my board would have shown a higher spike. I don't understand why. Any ideas why?
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And yes my chip is somewhat of a voltage DUD!

I tried this, and I still seen some spikes, but they were not as severe as they were with lower LLC. I'm gessing your results are better than mine because you are on water. I however had some stability issues, and will tinker with Extreme LLC again in the near future to see if I can find the rite balance for my setup. I would like to have lower spikes as long as I can figure out a way to retain stability. Thanks for sharing this, I look forward to trying it again.

I am trying to motivate myself to pull my CPU and lap it, as I already have all the sandpaper (400, 600, 800, 1000, 2000, 2500).
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Can anyone here with a GTX 970 or something similar run me some gaming benchmarks pretty please? Looking to purchase one
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Ah, yes I see your point. doh.gif
I tried this, and I still seen some spikes, but they were not as severe as they were with lower LLC. I'm gessing your results are better than mine because you are on water. I however had some stability issues, and will tinker with Extreme LLC again in the near future to see if I can find the rite balance for my setup. I would like to have lower spikes as long as I can figure out a way to retain stability.


Yeah, I started having instability (anything that used flash player) because the voltage was too low when my system would down clock (cool n quite). Because I use FSB, my CPU down clocks to 1847 mhz, the voltage was too low for it. If I disabled cool n quite or just use straight multiplier overclocking (effectively dropping my CPU to around 1530 mhz), it would be fine with that low voltage. Oh well, I tried LOL!
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Yeah, I started having instability (anything that used flash player) because the voltage was too low when my system would down clock (cool n quite). Because I use FSB, my CPU down clocks to 1847 mhz, the voltage was too low for it. If I disabled cool n quite or just use straight multiplier overclocking (effectively dropping my CPU to around 1530 mhz), it would be fine with that low voltage. Oh well, I tried LOL!

Interesting stuff though non the less. You get an E for effort biggrin.gif
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Well cod ghosts has been notoriously badly ported. AMD was actually pretty openly accusing Activision that included nvidia code (hairworks) which was designed to hurt performance across the board but moreso on radeons. No wonder CoD games do not have much staying power on the PC,they are more console phenomena, PC users are more into Battlefield,CS,TF2.

WOW i didn't know all of that, well i can tell you that this is the last time i ever play COD again..

I must say that i never had problems with COD ghosts.
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Well cod ghosts has been notoriously badly ported. AMD was actually pretty openly accusing Activision that included nvidia code (hairworks) which was designed to hurt performance across the board but moreso on radeons. No wonder CoD games do not have much staying power on the PC,they are more console phenomena, PC users are more into Battlefield,CS,TF2.

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Umm CoD and incompetent....nuff said.

Go play Dragon Age: Inquisition and tell me if Bioware is incompetent smile.gif

I never had problems with COD ghosts to be honest and it looks amazing and the performance was great. Advanced warfare has huge performance issues and it uses way too much system performance for the quality you get IMO, the textures do not look nearly as nice as COD ghosts or BF4.

The best games i ever played were, Farcry3,4, Crysis3, Metro 2033 and Last light. I like FPS games and im not into dragon age stuff.

Its so annoying that when ever i want to play a game (because that is one of the reasons i have a high end GPU in the first place) you have to install so much updates in order to make it work correctly, it looks like we are nothing more than guinea pigs for them because they are to lazy to test their own stuff..
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Ah, yes I see your point. doh.gif
I tried this, and I still seen some spikes, but they were not as severe as they were with lower LLC. I'm gessing your results are better than mine because you are on water. I however had some stability issues, and will tinker with Extreme LLC again in the near future to see if I can find the rite balance for my setup. I would like to have lower spikes as long as I can figure out a way to retain stability.


Yeah, I started having instability (anything that used flash player) because the voltage was too low when my system would down clock (cool n quite). Because I use FSB, my CPU down clocks to 1847 mhz, the voltage was too low for it. If I disabled cool n quite or just use straight multiplier overclocking (effectively dropping my CPU to around 1530 mhz), it would be fine with that low voltage. Oh well, I tried LOL!

really ? i have no issues @300fsb what are you at
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really ? i have no issues @300fsb what are you at


I am at 263.9. I if use Extreme LLC (lowering the vcore, so idle voltage is lower) it will freeze doing mundane task that don't require anything higher than 1847 mhz (cool n quite clocks down to this with fsb at 263.9). So I have to set LLC back to ultra high (raising the vcore which gives higher idle voltage). When I overclock using the multiplier only, cool n quite clocks down to around 1530 which would take less idle voltage to run it (which is lower vcore in conjunction with extreme LLC). Overclocking also using fsb (263.9) it will only clock down to 1847 like I mentioned. Now if I run high performance mode in windows or disable cool n quite, which with both settings would not allow my CPU to clock down therefore keeping a higher idle voltage (for 5 ghz somewhere between 1.55v and 1.6v) it will run fine with out any lock ups. So on my set up at 1847 mhz at 1.089v (performing task like watching youtube) it will freeze (once again with extreme LLC requiring lower idle voltage). If I use ultra high LLC (therefore raising idle voltage due to voltage requirement to hit 5 ghz) when my system clocks down to 1847 mhz (cool n quite working) my idle voltage is 1.116v. So there is no confusion, my system needs between 1.608v and a brief 1.62v to be stable regardless of straight multiplier or a combination of the two. Confused yet..LOL!
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I am at 263.9. I if use Extreme LLC (lowering the vcore, so idle voltage is lower) it will freeze doing mundane task that don't require anything higher than 1847 mhz (cool n quite clocks down to this with fsb at 263.9). So I have to set LLC back to ultra high (raising the vcore which gives higher idle voltage). When I overclock using the multiplier only, cool n quite clocks down to around 1530 which would take less idle voltage to run it (which is lower vcore in conjunction with extreme LLC). Overclocking also using fsb (263.9) it will only clock down to 1847 like I mentioned. Now if I run high performance mode in windows or disable cool n quite, which with both settings would not allow my CPU to clock down therefore keeping a higher idle voltage (for 5 ghz somewhere between 1.55v and 1.6v) it will run fine with out any lock ups. So on my set up at 1847 mhz at 1.089v (performing task like watching youtube) it will freeze (once again with extreme LLC requiring lower idle voltage). If I use ultra high LLC (therefore raising idle voltage due to voltage requirement to hit 5 ghz) when my system clocks down to 1847 mhz (cool n quite working) my idle voltage is 1.116v. So there is no confusion, my system needs between 1.608v and a brief 1.62v to be stable regardless of straight multiplier or a combination of the two. Confused yet..LOL!

Aside from it being a bit of a WOT, I have no idea what you're up to! kookoo.gif
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Can anyone here with a GTX 970 or something similar run me some gaming benchmarks pretty please? Looking to purchase one

There are a few examples of the vishera being paired with a 780 TI in this thread, if that is helpful : http://www.overclock.net/t/1534128/vishera-vs-devils-canyon-a-casual-comparison-by-an-average-user
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