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Yes, read me like a book lol.
I was trying to get a better understanding of how LLC works in the process. I was curious about the 140% figure in one of the bios drop downs, surely it doesn't allow LLC to boost V that much , does it?
I was suspecting that LLC was juicing the chip during prime to the point that something got warm enough for it to throttle down.
It looks like he has a pretty efficient chip there. Would be interesting to see what better cooling would do for it. smile.gif

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he has a good chip smile.gif I have the same board and I have been playing around with these settings im running into a wall somewhere that is keeping me from 5.0 stable. but im also doing FSB + multi. I think im going to start doing voltage drops and then bump the multi .5 and just try a voltage 1 by one untill i find it stable... who knows maybe ill use this extreme tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by Olafthewimpy View Post

My LLC is weird. Some stress tests (like OCCT) it will boost me to 1.4V from 1.38, and in others it will stay at 1.38.

And in response to your "140%"

If I enable CPU Voltage Frequency response thing

Extreme LLC will boost voltage to about 1.458 under AVX IBT. So I guess it's all interlinked. I'm going to disassemble everything on Saturday, and redo thermal paste and get you guys the batch number for this guy.

It seems like the batch I got out of is ridiculously efficient, which makes me want a loop so bad.

good job you did surprise me a little bit cool.gif
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My chip will do 50 passes of ibt standard settings at 4.6 ghz on 1.41 volts at load. But I haven't been able to get it to hold 4.7 for 50 passes at that voltage.
Wonder what the VID of that chip is? Mine is 1.28
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My chip will do 50 passes of ibt standard settings at 4.6 ghz on 1.41 volts at load. But I haven't been able to get it to hold 4.7 for 50 passes at that voltage.
Wonder what the VID of that chip is? Mine is 1.28

VID of my chip in Core Temp reads exactly 1.3.
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VID of my chip in Core Temp reads exactly 1.3.

Yeah yours is probably as leaky as hell which explains why you need so little voltage and it's running so hot. Lucky ducky
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Any of you that are around 4.8ghz-5ghz mark, what are your cinebench scores? I get a 8.08 with a 4.93ghz on my 8120 and want to know how much better the 8320 will be.
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Yeah yours is probably as leaky as hell which explains why you need so little voltage and it's running so hot. Lucky ducky

what does leaky mean? xD
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This is at 4.9Ghz, how are the results on that? And back to my old question of where do i get the proper IBT for FX series?
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what does leaky mean? xD

Simple answer is your CPU wastes a lot of power so it draws more than usual. Although for whatever reason it means it scales really well with voltage, the downside is it runs really hot.

I like leakage with Bulldozer/Piledriver though. Leaky chips always seem to do much better
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Simple answer is your CPU wastes a lot of power so it draws more than usual. Although for whatever reason it means it scales really well with voltage, the downside is it runs really hot.

I like leakage with Bulldozer/Piledriver though. Leaky chips always seem to do much better

Then I'm getting a full loop and going crazy. Probably put my 680 under water too.
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Any of you that are around 4.8ghz-5ghz mark, what are your cinebench scores? I get a 8.08 with a 4.93ghz on my 8120 and want to know how much better the 8320 will be.
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/6580#post_18982719
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