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I think that's perfectly normal. VID is always lower. HWMon is quite good at showing this with VID and IA (actual). I'll have for example 1.35v set in BIOS (VID), CPU-Z reads this (slightly under), with HWM showing 1.35vVID and 1.38vIA. Actual off the board being 1.376v.

Well, my issue is, I set 1.136v in BIOS, CPUZ shows the same, along with CoreTemp, but HWMon shows 1.152v at load. At this point I don't know how Gigabyte shows their LLC settings and why can I just not set 1.152v in the BIOS and not have it go higher.
post #4892 of 19539
LLC won't have an effect on vcore.

The difference between VID and Vcore is always about .02v. Why? I don't know!biggrin.gif
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Alright. Well I guess that has to be controlled. I'll do more testing when my new cooler comes in sometime next week. I think mostly by Wed or Thurs.
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LLC isn't for vcore, that's handled by the FIVR - it's only on the VRIN, which is supplied by the motherboard
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Can 1,65v ram damage the cpu in any way , or is it wayne?
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LLC isn't for vcore, that's handled by the FIVR - it's only on the VRIN, which is supplied by the motherboard

Got it. So why is my vcore higher than in BIOS frown.gif

After my new cooler, my next limiting factor will be my PSU. Let's see how this goes.
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I've already told you, it sit's about +.02v regardless.
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Can 1,65v ram damage the cpu in any way , or is it wayne?

1.65v on the RAM will not damage your CPU - mine has been running at 1.65 for well over a month so far with no issues whatsoever, along with my CPU overclock.
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Well, my issue is, I set 1.136v in BIOS, CPUZ shows the same, along with CoreTemp, but HWMon shows 1.152v at load. At this point I don't know how Gigabyte shows their LLC settings and why can I just not set 1.152v in the BIOS and not have it go higher.

The voltage is going to fluctuate a little bit (about 0.014v with my CPU). If it bothers you that much, you could set a negative offset, which would lower the voltage to the amount you set, but keep in mind that the offset affects the high and low range of the voltage spectrum....
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Got it. So why is my vcore higher than in BIOS frown.gif

After my new cooler, my next limiting factor will be my PSU. Let's see how this goes.

The integrated voltage regulator applies LLC to the Vcore internally, which causes the actual voltage to float a little above the set voltage under load. It's normal, and there is pretty much nothing you can do about it, since it is done internal to the chip.
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