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post #801 of 1267
Probably Auto Cache voltage is not enough for 3.7 Cache ratio.

Set first max cache ratio, than min. Maybe thats why you can't raise min.
post #802 of 1267
I;m having cashe voltage already 1,3V

SA I/O +0,2V


That was it, but I noticed that before tongue.gif



OCCT 42x 1,35V 7 minutes stable for now with temps bellow 63c.



Did some test and cashe is causing that bios feezes. Even for 38x if i set 1,25V.



Someone mentioned that you can see edram clock in msi afterburner. I can't fint this option.
Edited by DyndaS - 4/14/17 at 3:29pm
post #803 of 1267
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Originally Posted by DyndaS View Post

I;m having cashe voltage already 1,3V

SA I/O +0,2V


That was it, but I noticed that before tongue.gif



OCCT 42x 1,35V 7 minutes stable for now with temps bellow 63c.



Did some test and cashe is causing that bios feezes. Even for 38x if i set 1,25V.



Someone mentioned that you can see edram clock in msi afterburner. I can't fint this option.
not in AB, in HWmonitor. pics in my post a few pages back.
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post #804 of 1267
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I;m having cashe voltage already 1,3V

SA I/O +0,2V


That was it, but I noticed that before tongue.gif



OCCT 42x 1,35V 7 minutes stable for now with temps bellow 63c.



Did some test and cashe is causing that bios feezes. Even for 38x if i set 1,25V.



Someone mentioned that you can see edram clock in msi afterburner. I can't fint this option.

You have to download HWiNFO32 5.50, run it and using it you can add it to be monitored VIA RiviaTuner, not via AfterBurner.

It will always run at 1,800Mhz btw
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post #805 of 1267
Yea RivaTuner... that is why I though somegow about afterburner.


Did some 30-40 min GTA 5 gameplay. Looks quite stable 42x @ 1,35V and Cashe 36x @ 1,3V
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Yea RivaTuner... that is why I though somegow about afterburner.


Did some 30-40 min GTA 5 gameplay. Looks quite stable 42x @ 1,35V and Cashe 36x @ 1,3V

Nice, similar to mine. I have 1.33V 42x and 38 1.3V. thumb.gif

Now you can embrace the power of 7700k 5.0 Ghz level biggrin.gif

on 1050 socket hehehe
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post #807 of 1267
But weird thing... HWMonitor shows LLC/Ring Voltage 1,331V.

10 minutes of OCCT with AVX and no crash for now.



Did you turned off all energy saving options? Can you make screens of your bios settings? I just wanna compare few things.




Like from forever I'm having issues with clock on that asus motherboard:

YB7d0AI.jpg


Is it something with load line calibration?
Edited by DyndaS - 4/14/17 at 4:32pm
post #808 of 1267
LLC would increase voltage, not Mhz, right?

I do not understand, do you run 3.6, 3.7, or 3.8 cache ? smile.gif
post #809 of 1267
3.6
post #810 of 1267
uncore voltage is called "VIN6" on HWmonitor. I can run 3.7 @ 1.21v but need 1.32v for 3.9, so unless i need the extra power I've reverted to 4.3core, 3.7 uncore. It's pretty great.

you guys losing volts... that's droop. there should be a droop resist in your DIGI power settings. I have mine on 50% .
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