No that's power management (C1E). LLC is unfortunately not available on all motherboards even with the SAME chipset
. For example my ASUS Striker II Extreme has LLC but my XFX 790i Ultra (both are 790i Ultra chipsets) does not. In my experience I have not had much luck with LLC anyway (although I know some others have) so I don't think you are SOL just because of that
. I get a 0.064v
vDroop myself. Quite normal and expected actually that's why some motherboard implement LLC.
It is easy to figure out how much to compensate though. You are basically overshooting/compensating for the vDroop so that when your CPU is under load it will be getting enough voltage (or the voltage that you initially set in the BIOS and was going for in the first place). Luckily when the CPU is at idle the higher voltage doesn't produce much heat the voltage just looks scary
In your case (using your high/low values) would be 0.064 vDroop. It is identical to what I am getting. As mouacyk said, you can solve the problem by throwing more voltage at the chip. So you if want to run your CPU at 1.312v you would need to start at 1.376v in the BIOS. Don't be surprised if you still need to add more voltage (and end up around 1.40/1.42 in the BIOS) though just watch temps.
You'd pretty much need to throw a water block on the CPU to really see what it is capable of otherwise you are just teasing yourself
I'm gonna show off my 2007 CPU (does it even qualify as showing off? LMAO!)
All kidding aside this is pretty high voltage.. This is AIO or custom loop territory. I wouldn't attempt voltage this high unless under water.
As you can see we have the same 0.064v vDroop
PS. I really don't care if I fry my chip, $60 on ebay and I've got a replacement
(but I have been running this for well over a year now, rock solid)