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No one should use extreme llc on 24/7 it is for l2n. My llc depends on the board. Do I need it? No I can get the OC without. But this won't be the first time I have said this. The lower the llc the better

Mega,

Are you allowing vdroop, and does this help with running slightly cooler? Right now I am using very high LLC (Crosshair v Formula z board).
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V droop does not matter. So what I am doing means nothing. The question is are you stable. High to very high is normal on Asus boards

Did you know not only is v droop not a problem but also engineered to be there
Edited by Mega Man - 9/6/15 at 3:17pm
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Have fun with the GD-80, where did you manage to find one , is it new?

Use MSI's control center utility to get more voltage out of it ( up to 1.9 volts). Early bios versions actually seem to give better overclocks on the 8xxx chips, and it works very well with the E series chips, runs cooler than my other boards do. On the flip side, stay away from the high VID chips - 9xxx's .
In all the screwing around I've done with mine, I'd say setting it at 1.72 volts is pretty nearly the limit make sure to have good airflow everywhere, even the backside of the socket and mosfets.
Using early bios versions and the control center utility that has "56" as the last digits gave me the best results, it will allow for a .08 volt droop at full load , with at solid floor at that level. I would NOT use click bios, it lowers the Vdroop, I get better OC's with out using it.

Mine is almost 3 years old and has been beat on much of that time and has had no issues whatsoever.

I validated an 8320 at almost 5.2 ghz on the stock cooler , setting the voltage at 1.55 in control center ( see sig)

I bought it on eBay. Refurb. Looked brand new. $45, that included shipping. The kicker is it was shipped from Washington State to Connecticut in two days. Decent cooling. Did some mods to an Arc Midi R2 just for it. Put a 120 mm fan behind the socket. Using a Phanteks PH-TC14PE which is actually much larger than my NH-D14. cssorkinman, thank you for the advice.





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Have fun with the GD-80, where did you manage to find one , is it new?

Use MSI's control center utility to get more voltage out of it ( up to 1.9 volts). Early bios versions actually seem to give better overclocks on the 8xxx chips, and it works very well with the E series chips, runs cooler than my other boards do. On the flip side, stay away from the high VID chips - 9xxx's .
In all the screwing around I've done with mine, I'd say setting it at 1.72 volts is pretty nearly the limit make sure to have good airflow everywhere, even the backside of the socket and mosfets.
Using early bios versions and the control center utility that has "56" as the last digits gave me the best results, it will allow for a .08 volt droop at full load , with at solid floor at that level. I would NOT use click bios, it lowers the Vdroop, I get better OC's with out using it.

Mine is almost 3 years old and has been beat on much of that time and has had no issues whatsoever.

I validated an 8320 at almost 5.2 ghz on the stock cooler , setting the voltage at 1.55 in control center ( see sig)

I bought it on eBay. Refurb. Looked brand new. $45, that included shipping. The kicker is it was shipped from Washington State to Connecticut in two days. Decent cooling. Did some mods to an Arc Midi R2 just for it. Put a 120 mm fan behind the socket. Using a Phanteks PH-TC14PE which is actually much larger than my NH-D14. cssorkinman, thank you for the advice.


Very nice deal you got there.
I see those refurbs every now and then get pretty reasonable, sometimes showing up on amazon too.
The msi fm2 a85xa-g65 is another one that I've seen for a good price, and if you are looking for a good overclocking FM2 board , that thing is awesome.
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V droop does not matter. So what I am doing means nothing. The question is are you stable. High to very high is normal on Asus boards

Did you know not only is v droop not a problem but also engineered to be there

I am stable. I was just curious if there was any real temperature benefit.


Yes I knew vdroop was engineered in.
Edited by Chris635 - 9/6/15 at 4:26pm
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I am stable. I was just curious if there was any real temperature benefit.
lower llc = lower temps but may need to set voltage differently so under load you don't undershoot/overshoot voltages you need to be stable...that's when you try it out and see how your board/chip handles each setting and which one provides you with the best temps while being stable under load....best temperatures in the world mean nothing if it isn't stable under every load condition
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Pretty much spot on, the GD - 65 is better for overclocking from what I see, but you aren't going to get fully stable clocks of 5 ghz on either of them.

Newegg had the sabertooth for $170 last week, but they sold out, color not withstanding, that would have been a good option for you.

I agree... The hideously unmatchable kitty kat would be the ideal board for me...

I love the crosshair but the price is steep for such an outdated platform, especially in a "budget" minded build... I am also not a fan of the PCIE slot spacing as crossfire will be a definite for me.

The reviews for the MSI gaming 970 board, show it consistently hitting 4.7ghz, but they are often running 1.45v to do it. My chip has done 4.8ghz on 1.4v with ease, but I know the actual voltage needed to hit a certain clock speed varies from board to board...

Even though this ASsRock popped a fet on me, it was totally capable of clocking this chip, even with the lack of llc. I guess that is due to its 8+2 power phase.. In the case of the MSI, though it may have better voltage regulation, higher quality caps, llc, and probably be much more reliable, it's likely that in the end, it will require more voltage to get to the same clock, even it can even make it there, because of it's 6+2 power phase..

At this point i have sold my Msi 390 (because of its 2.5 slot cooler) and am going to just bite the bullet, grab the formula, use my current vrm and socket cooling configuration, push this little 8300 as far as i can hack it, and run two ASUS 390 Strix (2 slot) in crossfire....

A bit of irony...

I have no regard for torturing a $75 Motherboard within every inch of it's life, in order to get every last megahertz possible...

I'll probably end up being more careful with the board that's actually built the handle that kind of abuse... But only cause the Damn thing costs so much tongue.gif
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I agree... The hideously unmatchable kitty kat would be the ideal board for me...

I love the crosshair but the price is steep for such an outdated platform, especially in a "budget" minded build... I am also not a fan of the PCIE slot spacing as crossfire will be a definite for me.

The reviews for the MSI gaming 970 board, show it consistently hitting 4.7ghz, but they are often running 1.45v to do it. My chip has done 4.8ghz on 1.4v with ease, but I know the actual voltage needed to hit a certain clock speed varies from board to board...

Even though this ASsRock popped a fet on me, it was totally capable of clocking this chip, even with the lack of llc. I guess that is due to its 8+2 power phase.. In the case of the MSI, though it may have better voltage regulation, higher quality caps, llc, and probably be much more reliable, it's likely that in the end, it will require more voltage to get to the same clock, even it can even make it there, because of it's 6+2 power phase..

At this point i have sold my Msi 390 (because of its 2.5 slot cooler) and am going to just bite the bullet, grab the formula, use my current vrm and socket cooling configuration, push this little 8300 as far as i can hack it, and run two ASUS 390 Strix (2 slot) in crossfire....

A bit of irony...

I have no regard for torturing a $75 Motherboard within every inch of it's life, in order to get every last megahertz possible...

I'll probably end up being more careful with the board that's actually built the handle that kind of abuse... But only cause the Damn thing costs so much tongue.gif
you'll get over the "it costs so much" pretty fast...I make around 20k a year and I'm cheap as they come and I got over it pretty quickly in my pursuit for 5.0 on my piggy e chip....
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lower llc = lower temps but may need to set voltage differently so under load you don't undershoot/overshoot voltages you need to be stable...that's when you try it out and see how your board/chip handles each setting and which one provides you with the best temps while being stable under load....best temperatures in the world mean nothing if it isn't stable under every load condition



Yea...I have tried high and very high (adjusting voltage as needed to maintain the stable volts for the overclock) on my board in the past, and it didn't yield any temperature difference. I was curious if any one else saw something differently than me on their boards.
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Pretty much spot on, the GD - 65 is better for overclocking from what I see, but you aren't going to get fully stable clocks of 5 ghz on either of them.

Newegg had the sabertooth for $170 last week, but they sold out, color not withstanding, that would have been a good option for you.

I agree... The hideously unmatchable kitty kat would be the ideal board for me...

I love the crosshair but the price is steep for such an outdated platform, especially in a "budget" minded build... I am also not a fan of the PCIE slot spacing as crossfire will be a definite for me.

The reviews for the MSI gaming 970 board, show it consistently hitting 4.7ghz, but they are often running 1.45v to do it. My chip has done 4.8ghz on 1.4v with ease, but I know the actual voltage needed to hit a certain clock speed varies from board to board...

Even though this ASsRock popped a fet on me, it was totally capable of clocking this chip, even with the lack of llc. I guess that is due to its 8+2 power phase.. In the case of the MSI, though it may have better voltage regulation, higher quality caps, llc, and probably be much more reliable, it's likely that in the end, it will require more voltage to get to the same clock, even it can even make it there, because of it's 6+2 power phase..

At this point i have sold my Msi 390 (because of its 2.5 slot cooler) and am going to just bite the bullet, grab the formula, use my current vrm and socket cooling configuration, push this little 8300 as far as i can hack it, and run two ASUS 390 Strix (2 slot) in crossfire....

A bit of irony...

I have no regard for torturing a $75 Motherboard within every inch of it's life, in order to get every last megahertz possible...

I'll probably end up being more careful with the board that's actually built the handle that kind of abuse... But only cause the Damn thing costs so much tongue.gif

Get the kitty, CVF-Z is a nice board but unless you are planning on high level clocks or you just want the black/red colour scheme then it isnt worth it.

I can bench my chip at 5.3Ghz with the Saber, ive done 5.4 on the CVF-Z abd as for the colour.....well you are going to cover up the heatsink with a fan, you are also going crossfire so you won't see much of the board aftet that wink.gif

Mus is alot more experienced with the kitty than myself though, only had mine for around a month so far tongue.gif
 
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