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I always used LLC, never had any issues. Even on rigs who are still running perfect after few years.
I can understand it's not 100% save but yeah driving with a Ferrari @ 120km/h is also better then driving 260km/h.

It helps against vdroop, and some chips/boards need this more then the others. I tried 2/3weeks on Auto after the big discussion here. But changed back to level 2, and my 100% stability is back again.


I needed to bump vcore tooooo much with LLC on Auto. I'm aware about the super fast spikes, but don't care to much.. smile.gif

I think its a bit different per board/per chip for power delivery. I've always left mine on auto and have had no problems either, doesn't idle much though its either turned off or being used.
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CROSSHAIR VI HERO BIOS 1106
Update AGESA to 1.0.0.4a

Is live on asus website

Been live but don't use it yet, might still be the buggy version.
    
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they had it and then removed it . now they added it again
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Yea i was about to say. Curious if that has any stability at all to it but it's at least cinebench stable. Score seems a bit low though people have hit 1900 at 4.0 i think.

Score seems to be normal but voltage way to low. Maybe he took the screenshot while downvolting with CPU state..
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they had it and then removed it . now they added it again

How sure are you? For me it's been up the whole day hasn't been removed, I'm using the US Asus site.
    
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look at elmers post history
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I also run my hardware at maximum overclocks at the maximum stated voltage and I have NEVER killed a chip or degraded it. Before this Ryzen build I had a i5-2500k at 4.7ghz for SIX YEARS at max recomended volts, LLC 3-5, can't remember, and temps were always 40s-70sC. Of course it is Asus's job to tell you not to use LLC >2 because their will always be some fool running his Ryzen at 1.5v LLC 5 with a wraith cooler, lol. But honestly if elmor and Rojur from Asus REALLY thought LLC 5 was that dangerous, it wouldn't be in the bios, think about it.
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How sure are you? For me it's been up the whole day hasn't been removed, I'm using the US Asus site.

My attitude is that if Elmor says not to use it, then don't use it.
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My attitude is that if Elmor says not to use it, then don't use it.

Yea he said it was pulled but it still shows up on the website so not sure if its been patched (would be ridiculously quick) or if its still up. If anything ill wait for confirmation on here from Elmor/Raja before i download it.
    
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Yea i was about to say. Curious if that has any stability at all to it but it's at least cinebench stable. Score seems a bit low though people have hit 1900 at 4.0 i think.
I don't hit 1800 on 4.0 + 3300-CL14, more like 1770 - 1790 depending on what priority I set for the process.
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I don't hit 1800 on 4.0 + 3300-CL14, more like 1770 - 1790 depending on what priority I set for the process.

Yea i think those hitting 1800-1900 and so on wth 4.0 are using the asus bias and priority together. At 3.8 the max ive hit was 1710-1730 with priority on high and the performance bias on.
    
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