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MSI does not use LLC at all. Probably what we are seeing is the difference between what it takes to make it stable under load after accounting for vdroop and its idle voltage. It is still awfully high.

Correct. That's exactly the case. These software programs that come from the manufacturer, in such screens, they don't act as monitoring programs, but rather, as a proxy interface between Windows and the BIOS. So it shows you the voltage that is being set in BIOS, not the effective voltage. Same thing happens with Asrock AXTU. You get sliders, which are the value that gets sent into BIOS, not the real voltage under Windows. AXTU has another "page" of the software, without sliders (so you can't modify there), in which it shows you the effective voltage (monitor).
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Up until a crappy ASsRock motherboard killed it, my FX-8300 would do 4.9 @ 1.464v on a 240 AIO......

That was a great little chip..... though it did run hot compared to my 9590
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PS - not sure why the chip didn't turbo to 4.2. CPU-z shows it stuck at 3.6. I'm reading several site that show it turbos to 4.2, but then I find others that claim it only turbos to 3.6. I have some work to do tomorrow, and I hope that I can get some more performance out of this chip.

Depends on how many threads are being used by the application/game/stress test smile.gif AMD like Intel posts the turbo on one single core on their specification page, and you need to dig a bit deeper on the interwebs until you find the all the values for different loads on the CPU. For the Vishera chips I managed to uncover this:



It might come in handy for other people when doing OC or just checking if their CPU is running correctly at stock speeds/voltages wink.gif
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Thanks to Undervolter and Rocozaur for the valuable info. That at least explains some weirdness on my end. Still under the weather here, so I haven't even turned the PC on.

I did find out last night that by upping the multi from within Windows, things got really strange. A quick run on the 'Valley' benchmark netted me a score in the 500s (!!!) when the old 6300 chip managed to squeeze out a score in the 1900s. I attribute this to Aero crashing or disabling itself as soon as I used MSI Command Center to up the multi to 20. Again, I can't BOOT the PC with the multi set to 20, so I will jot down the voltages I have plugged in to Command Center, then try and replicate those in the UEFI menu.

Just shooting for 4000 with a 20 multi, and I'm OK with the 1.424v for now, but first I gotta get it stable, then try some benchs, then lastly see if it passes Prime. My 6300 dropped 2 cores @ 4.5 in Prime, but I don't consider the PC a failure if it fails Prime, I consider it a failure if it crashes when I bench in Valley or game on it.
 
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Thanks to Undervolter and Rocozaur for the valuable info. That at least explains some weirdness on my end. Still under the weather here, so I haven't even turned the PC on.

I did find out last night that by upping the multi from within Windows, things got really strange. A quick run on the 'Valley' benchmark netted me a score in the 500s (!!!) when the old 6300 chip managed to squeeze out a score in the 1900s. I attribute this to Aero crashing or disabling itself as soon as I used MSI Command Center to up the multi to 20. Again, I can't BOOT the PC with the multi set to 20, so I will jot down the voltages I have plugged in to Command Center, then try and replicate those in the UEFI menu.

Just shooting for 4000 with a 20 multi, and I'm OK with the 1.424v for now, but first I gotta get it stable, then try some benchs, then lastly see if it passes Prime. My 6300 dropped 2 cores @ 4.5 in Prime, but I don't consider the PC a failure if it fails Prime, I consider it a failure if it crashes when I bench in Valley or game on it.

Be aware that some benches will react strangely to software overclocks with certain combinations of bios and control center versions. Some will straighten themselves out if you apply your software overclock prior to opening the program , others will wig out no matter what you do with software overclocks using multipliers. My CHV-Z does this with most of my steam games when using AI suite.

To get around this particular issue, you have to set the multi to what you ultimately want it to be using bios , then adjust the FSB with CC- on the older boards with older software this as the best way to get around it. Example set FSB to 190 , multi to 20 , boot to windows use CC to up the core voltage, the FSB to 205 ( that number will turn red on the 990 gaming if the board thinks it will be unstable- not sure on this board) and you should be running at 4100 mhz. As for the core voltage , something is up there. hwinfo should give you a better idea of what is happening, if it's drooping or offset , pstate etc is messing with it. The range for stable voltages at 4.1 ghz among my FX 8 core chips runs from 1.2 volts to almost 1.4 volts. I'd adjust it to the point where the voltage delivered is 1.4 - just watch the core temps.

When you use CC to overclock, disable all power savings features, and leave voltages in "auto". Also disable turbo and p-state limit, but leave cpu smart protection enabled.

I'd update to the latest bios too if you haven't already.
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Ughh, I forgot all about HWInfo, so I opened it and its numbers match CPU-z, but again Command Center is not even close, all the way up to 1.4425 !! thinking.gif



UEFI/BIOS version # is odd as well now that I look. CPU-z reports it as version 4, but when I look at the MSI website the date that CPU-z reports is actually the day after the M.3 BIOS version release in May ?!? I assume I'm reading it wrong, and CPU-z is reporting the rev # of the actual MSI 970 Gaming board as version 4, and it lists 22.3 under the BIOS, which still doesn't match what MSI offers on their website.



As you can see in my screenie, there is no v22.3, only an M.3 and the current M.4 UEFI BIOS to update to. I could give it a try .. it can't hurt at this point !
 
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Ughh, I forgot all about HWInfo, so I opened it and its numbers match CPU-z, but again Command Center is not even close, all the way up to 1.4425 !! thinking.gif



UEFI/BIOS version # is odd as well now that I look. CPU-z reports it as version 4, but when I look at the MSI website the date that CPU-z reports is actually the day after the M.3 BIOS version release in May ?!? I assume I'm reading it wrong, and CPU-z is reporting the rev # of the actual MSI 970 Gaming board as version 4, and it lists 22.3 under the BIOS, which still doesn't match what MSI offers on their website.



As you can see in my screenie, there is no v22.3, only an M.3 and the current M.4 UEFI BIOS to update to. I could give it a try .. it can't hurt at this point !

That doesn't look like V-droop to me. Looks more like a setting in bios is holding the voltage back( power saving , offset , pstate etc.). Try 1.48 volts in CC and see what hwinfo and cpuz report. The good news is your chip isn't as volt hungry as you were thinking.
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As you can see in my screenie, there is no v22.3, only an M.3 and the current M.4 UEFI BIOS to update to. I could give it a try .. it can't hurt at this point !

It's actually very easy to "decipher" the correspondence between the versions listed on MSI Website and the one installed on your motherboard smile.gif :
M.0 -> V22.0
M.1 -> V22.1
M.2 -> V22.2
M.3 -> V22.3
M.4 -> V22.4

As for why your voltage drops from 1.4X to 1.2X or 1.3X, go to BIOS -> OC Settings [bottom of the page] -> CPU Features -> and there you'll find Cool'n'Quiet, C1 and C6 states. If those are enabled, that's where the voltage drop comes from since it will down-volt and down-clock itself when not under heavy use smile.gif
Edited by Rocozaur - 2/5/16 at 11:04am
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Thanks again for the speedy replies ! I am sure that I've disabled CnQ, C1 and C6, but I can safely assume that in the many CLR-CMOS resets that I had to perform last night, I neglected to go in and disable them after the last CMOS reset. DOHHH !!! My bad .... between a doctor visit this morning, a leaking utility sink that I continue to do battle with, and the rig being only about 6 feet away from said water leak, I have my hands full here. As many of you know - water and computer hardware don't mix very well, unless we are talking AIO heatsinks.

I'm going to try yet again to disable all power saving - CnQ, C1, C6, set my voltage to 1.4 with a 20x multi and see what happens. I assume I should also update the BIOS, as it can't hurt, and I do it routinely on pretty much every rig I've ever built. I'll go out on a limb and guess it won't boot, but I'm already frustrated today ... might as well pull any hair out I have left.


Ohh, back to the leaking drain pipe on the utility sink too !! mad.gif
 
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Checked on CnQ, C1 and C6 - first two were disabled, but C6 was still enabled. Disabled that, set all voltages to AUTO and the multi to 20x, and saved my settings. Rebooted, only to be met with no POST. As expected ... rolleyes.gif

Edit: I have an XMP profile enabled in UEFI for my DDR3 14900 RAM. Any possibility the older M.3 BIOS doesn't like that ?? The M.4 BIOS does say it adds several RAM profiles and whatnot.
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