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Oh, so it's not the actual stabilized cpu vcore displaying in cpuz... to measure the overshoot would require a scope to see the switching frequency of the idle / load transition correct?

I am confused because I thought with the uefi set to 1.35v and a lower llc level of 4, cpuz would be displaying less than 1.35v on the vcore when under load. my hardware is currently boxed up right now waiting on more parts, so I can't test :s

I think the new LLC applies to input voltage instead of vCore
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Oh, so it's not the actual stabilized cpu vcore displaying in cpuz... to measure the overshoot would require a scope to see the switching frequency of the idle / load transition correct?

I am confused because I thought with the uefi set to 1.35v and a lower llc level of 4, cpuz would be displaying less than 1.35v on the vcore when under load. my hardware is currently boxed up right now waiting on more parts, so I can't test :s

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I think the new LLC applies to input voltage instead of vCore

Hello

Actual loaded voltage is related to the level of LLC used but has nothing to do with overshoot. LLC acts on VCORE for all UEFI versions.
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Hello

Actual loaded voltage is related to the level of LLC used but has nothing to do with overshoot. LLC acts on VCORE for all UEFI versions.

Right, I was misusing the overshoot term as it's specific to something else when describing the loaded vcore and llc level I saw in the previous post.
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LLC doesn't affect vcore on this platform, but input voltage (vccin).
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LLC doesn't affect vcore on this platform, but input voltage (vccin).

Hello

I think people need to state what they are referring to in a mixed platform thread. The topic being discussed was in reference to a screenshot of Skylake which LLC affects VCORE.
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Man I didn't think stating I used LLC4 was going to cause so much talk haha. I simply just put it there so people knew what settings I was using in the UEFI. I am using adaptive vcore at 1.35v and llc4. That screen shot is so close to 1.35v at load I don't think its any kind of issue regardless.
    
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Man I didn't think stating I used LLC4 was going to cause so much talk haha. I simply just put it there so people knew what settings I was using in the UEFI. I am using adaptive vcore at 1.35v and llc4. That screen shot is so close to 1.35v at load I don't think its any kind of issue regardless.

If that is the LLC you are using then it's helpful for others. People misusing certain terminology or slight variation is voltage shown within the OS as if there is some kind of problem there, isn't. tongue.gif
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Hello

I think people need to state what they are referring to in a mixed platform thread. The topic being discussed was in reference to a screenshot of Skylake which LLC affects VCORE.

That's cause it doesn't have the FIVR right? I hope BW-E keeps the FIVR.
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That's cause it doesn't have the FIVR right? I hope BW-E keeps the FIVR.

Broadwell-E has to have a FIVR to work on X99...
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Broadwell-E has to have a FIVR to work on X99...

Yeah, and a better IMC so we can start using those Z170 binned kits fingers crossed. Also the G.Skill kit seems to play nicely with the new LPX modules. They mix really well at 2666MHz. 3200MHz is still a pipe dream with Z170 kits on X99; BW-E had better fix that. Then again, I do have a fairly weak IMC.
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