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Originally Posted by Kravicka View Post

VCCIN / Input / VRM voltage 1.88 boosting up to 1.9 (ppl talk about vccin, bios show input, programs show vrm)

Reduce LLC, you don't want to counteract Vdroop - it's there to protect the processor. Vdroop will reduce the VCCIN under load.
post #21522 of 21759
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

Reduce LLC, you don't want to counteract Vdroop - it's there to protect the processor. Vdroop will reduce the VCCIN under load.

hmm What should LLC be set at?
post #21523 of 21759
Ideally a setting which shows the VCCIN going lower when placed under load, it is different for different manufacturers, on the ASUS boards I run Level 6 or lower generally.

Stock Vdroop is quite a sizeable change, so to see what I mean, disable LLC and observe VCCIN changing under load with HWiNFO64 or another software.
Edited by Desolutional - 4/18/17 at 5:19pm
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good to know. thanks
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

Reduce LLC, you don't want to counteract Vdroop - it's there to protect the processor. Vdroop will reduce the VCCIN under load.

What ? I dont see the problem in that.

Idle - low load 1.88
midle - full load 1.9
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That's VBoost you have there.
post #21527 of 21759
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

That's VBoost you have there.
I had it on auto.

i tho that more load - it need more power - boost is good for stability, but i was trying something with input voltage and LLC for few minutes and i last tried i think 1.87 LLC7 did 40sec in aida64 CPu/FPU/cache stress and 1.89 LLC3 did 6+ min and i stopped it but in aida it was at lower voltage ...

i dont f...... get it, why its more stable at lower V etc.


Why there must be so many options frown.gif
Edited by Kravicka - 4/18/17 at 9:18pm
post #21528 of 21759
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My 5820k hold now on
vcore 4,5Ghz 1.198V
cache 4Ghz 1,15V
VCCIN / Input / VRM voltage 1.88 boosting up to 1.9 (ppl talk about vccin, bios show input, programs show vrm)


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post #21529 of 21759
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1.86V is wayyy too much. This isn't like DDR3 man.

Such a sissy tongue.gif, after few years of use, all 4 sticks still are working great at specs and at 3000 11-14 1.86V biggrin.gif
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Such a sissy tongue.gif, after few years of use, all 4 sticks still are working great at specs and at 3000 11-14 1.86V biggrin.gif

Talk about petty. rolleyes.gifsozo.gif
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