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So I ended up testing the points on the motherboard that were suggested and I got some really interesting values. First off in the picture that I provided I believe my cpu mounting bracket is blocking the two legs of the actual capacitors closer to the cpu. When I tested the suggested points I would get no reading on my digital multimeter. Which I thought was really strange so I did more research and found good close up pictures of both the front and back of the motherboard with no bracket. I think the two legs that were pointed out are actually from the mosfets? I could be completely wrong with what those are called. Anyways I ended up testing at these two points that I have circled.


When I tested those two points I would get a constant 1.208v no matter what voltage I set in the bios for vcore. The only way I could get that voltage to fluctuate was to set everything to default settings and it would then give me a lower reading. I don't get why the voltage reading does not increase even though I am upping it in the bios? Are the two legs I have pointed out incorrect? I know the cpu has to be getting more voltage when I up it in the bios because it will start to run hotter.. so maybe I am reading it at the wrong point.

Thanks

I have the Asus pro gaming board and did a bit of measuring. Posted a cuple of pics on this thread on the 10th of sep would be worth a look. Best is to measure under the cpu. The higher the voltage the bigger the difference @ 4.9ghz 1.52v bios under load is only 1.470v under th cpu. Llc5.
post #1972 of 11361
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I have the Asus pro gaming board and did a bit of measuring. Posted a cuple of pics on this thread on the 10th of sep would be worth a look. Best is to measure under the cpu. The higher the voltage the bigger the difference @ 4.9ghz 1.52v bios under load is only 1.470v under th cpu. Llc5.

What does HWInfo say for your Vcore and your Vid?

And are you using Adaptive, manual or offset?
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What does HWInfo say for your Vcore and your Vid?

And are you using Adaptive, manual or offset?

Manual in bios, hwinfo I will have to check when I get home from work but was higher than in the bios.
Vid i did not keep track of.

I'll dig up the info I posted earlier in this thread.
post #1974 of 11361
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Manual in bios, hwinfo I will have to check when I get home from work but was higher than in the bios.
Vid i did not keep track of.

I'll dig up the info I posted earlier in this thread.

I'm interested because i'm wondering if the voltage you read on the multimeter is the VID or not.

In HWinfo for my board there is one Vcore reading and 4 VID readings, 1 for each core. At LLC5 my Vcore was significantly higher than my vid. Switching to LLC6 evened them out to within 0.005 of each other which gave me more headroom with a lot less heat.

I'm also using Adaptive voltage which made a difference to the difference between the 2.
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Thanks for that!

No luck, still happening. I was stable on x46 so I upped it to x47 @ 1.25v and it's still doing it when under load, doesn't lose the signal just makes the monitor black and then it comes back. Doesn't show any problems elsewhere, so fairly odd.
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I'm interested because i'm wondering if the voltage you read on the multimeter is the VID or not.

In HWinfo for my board there is one Vcore reading and 4 VID readings, 1 for each core. At LLC5 my Vcore was significantly higher than my vid. Switching to LLC6 evened them out to within 0.005 of each other which gave me more headroom with a lot less heat.

I'm also using Adaptive voltage which made a difference to the difference between the 2.
I will have a dabble with adaptive tonight. Less heat sounds good. Will check the vid in hwinfo as well. Would lilke to know if my board has a bigger volt difference compared to the deluxe.
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So I gave up on the adaptive voltage and just used an offset. For some stupid reason my cpu hits a wall when trying to go past 4.6ghz. I can run 4.6ghz stable at around 1.34v, but for some reason can't get 4.7ghz to be stable, even at 1.44v. And I'm not going any higher than that for 24/7 use. Nothing more frustrating than having a bunch of headroom that you can't use
post #1978 of 11361
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Back already. I set my adaptive voltage to 1.43 and left my offset to auto but for some reason I'm only getting around 1.38v with an llc of level 4. Also, my screen keeps flashing and tearing and I have no idea why. igpu clock is still at stock and its voltages are set to auto. I don't have a gpu yet as I'm waiting for my 980ti to come in the mail. Could that be the cause of the screen tearing and flashing?

Edit: Set my overclock to Asus' optimized profile at 4.4ghz and everything is fine, I have no idea what could be the cause of the tearing and flashing

Try llc 5. It tends to have less vdroop. I take it 1.38 is under load?
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Need to ask a dumb question, do people believe the temps they're seeing as I have hard time believing them? I upped volts to 1.27v and am in Manual mode for now to ensure no funny business is exhibit by Adaptive.



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Need to ask a dumb question, do people believe the temps they're seeing as I have hard time believing them? I upped volts to 1.27v and am in Manual mode for now to ensure no funny business is exhibit by Adaptive.





You could try multiple dif monitoring tools.

Also why would you not believe them. Your temps seem right for that voltage.

I cant believe your doing 1.28v for 4.7ghz. Thats amazing. Can I have your chip?
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