Keep in mind, however, that vdroop is not as bad at idle, so, even though it is 1.344 under load, it will be higher than that at idle. If it goes higher than the recommended vcore, you risk frying the CPU.
Also, there was a vdroop pencil mod for that board posted recently. I did one on my DFI and it can help immensly. The DS3L is known for hefty vdroop, so you may want to consider this.
Originally Posted by hydroman
dumb question but what is droop anyways?
Vdroop is normal current loss due to imperfections in hardware. I don't know exactly what causes it, but it is very common and some boards have it worse than others.