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4770K Vcore higher than BIOS

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I have my Vcore set to 1.2 in the BIOS however it says 1.25 in CPU-Z.
+its set to manual

meh?
Edited by 209ham - 7/15/13 at 9:50am
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I think CPUZ is a little off. It's the same for me.
 
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post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by Inglewood78 View Post

I think CPUZ is a little off. It's the same for me.

It says that in CPU Z, OCCT, and AI Suite 3
post #4 of 9
LLC settings
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LLC settings

Please explain to a newb lol
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Please explain to a newb lol
LLC from what I can basicly effects vdroop, its built into intel cpus, basicly gives additional vcore over what you set it to, what motherboard are you using? Chances are you should set your LLC to 75%
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LLC has a different effect on Haswell chips - it only affects the voltage going into the chip (CPU Input Voltage or VRIN) not the Vcore. Because of the new integrated VRMs there is no way to adjust the LLC for the Vcore, at least not that I've heard of.

There's pretty much always a slight difference between what you put in the BIOS and what the board actually delivers, so that's not unexpected. There's also the issue where CPU-Z doesn't always reliably read the voltage for Haswell chips (it reads the VID instead). What version of CPU-Z are you using? Try using 1.64.0 if you can find it, it's the last version I found that reads actual voltage instead of VID, at least on Gigabyte boards.
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LLC from what I can basicly effects vdroop, its built into intel cpus, basicly gives additional vcore over what you set it to, what motherboard are you using? Chances are you should set your LLC to 75%

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Ignore me then, listen to windforce. Does Ai suite report the same vcore
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