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post #11 of 23
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I use LLC 100%, what should I do then? I mean, is it normal of having to use 1.345 volts for 4.4GHz??!
post #12 of 23
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Well, any suggestion? What's Digital Compensation?
I mean isnt it weird my pc needs 1.345 volts for 4.4, when people achieve 4.6 with 1.29??
post #13 of 23
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Well, any suggestion? What's Digital Compensation?
I mean isnt it weird my pc needs 1.345 volts for 4.4, when people achieve 4.6 with 1.29??

all chips are different. mine is at 4.4 @ 1.312v
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all chips are different. mine is at 4.4 @ 1.312v
Thnx for answer, now what LLC / Vdroop offset should I use??
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Well I can't help with IB I'm afraid :/

But if you post BIOS settings (stuff like BCLK, multiplier, Vcore, etc...) LagunaX or someone else should be able to pinpoint whatever is holding you back smile.gif

like he said posting your current BIOS settings may help a lot.
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like he said posting your current BIOS settings may help a lot.

K, lemme do it, now trying to hit 4.5GHz but not 1.4V is enough lol
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http://imgur.com/nm7ISiQ,4lRgGMa,h6ReCZa,4JFDrFm

Check that out (Not stable settings for 4.5) I even tried 1.42, still not stable.. for 4.5GHz, and people seem to get it with 1.29volts LOL
Something wrong with mah bios settings, perhaps?
post #18 of 23
Going to need your screen with your major bios overclocking settings, the above is not sufficient for anyone to help you.

Drop your PLL to 1.6v, 1.55v if possible.
Enable all power saving features, disable virtualization and spectrum spread.
Turn off PLL overvoltage if you don't need it.
post #19 of 23
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Based on previous overclocking experiences, we adjusting the settings for all overclocks as follows:

CPU Core VDroop Offset Control: +100%
Digital Compensation Level: High
CPU Core OCP Expander: Enhanced
CPU Core Switching Frequency: 2x
Power Limits: 255W
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6694/msi-z77-mpower-review-the-xpowers-little-brother/4

Maybe you need to up the power limit

Also it seems very finicky according to HardOCP
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Overclocking the Z77 MPower was definitely a unique experience. Normally I can take most Ivy Bridge CPUs to about 4.3GHz or 4.4GHz using automatic settings. After that I have to start adjusting the CPU voltage, increase CPU PLL voltage, set load-line calibration, and in many cases manually set the power phases to a full duty cycle. I wasn't able to do that. At 4.2GHz I had to begin adjusting the CPU voltage. I had to take it to 1.2v and that was sufficient up to 4.6GHz. I started tweaking load-line calibration and other variables as I always do in order to reach for 4.7GHz and beyond. At that point I was working with a stable system using 1.2v CPU voltage, CPU PLL overvoltage, and 1.85v CPU PLL voltage which is less than I normally have to run on most boards. Everything else was on automatic. Unfortunately anything else I changed, Load-line calibration, power phase control, etc., caused no POST conditions or in many cases blue screens when I got into Windows and tried load testing the system. Base clock adjustments of any sort caused me nothing but headaches, usually resulting in a no POST condition and the UEFI recovering on its own. Normally I can get a BCLK frequency of 101MHz or more. Not in this case. It wanted a setting of 10000KHz and no more. And as I said earlier in the BIOS section, the board always ran with a 100.53MHz BCLK even if set to 100.00MHz.

CPU PLL voltage and CPU core voltage were the only things that I could actually adjust and maintain system stability. After I decided to leave most of the BIOS settings alone all I had to do was dial in the right CPU voltage which would give me stability and keep my thermals in check.
http://www.hardocp.com/article/2012/11/28/msi_z77_mpower_lga1155_motherboard_review/7#.Ua6ROpxGZmM
Edited by AlphaC - 6/4/13 at 6:22pm
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Thnx for answer, now what LLC / Vdroop offset should I use??

Use auto or 100% (auto sets 100%) for the least amount of vdroop.

Sounds like it is mostly that the cpu doesn't want to play nice, that one seems to need a lot of voltage. I have found the z77 mpower a fairly easy board to overclock on. If the chip can manage the clocks, the board will do it.
    
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