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post #191 of 599
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From what I've seen, it is very consistent error and the higher the temperatures the less the error becomes anyway.

With a given chip, the error is simply created by the way that the DTS is set up (2 dissimilar metals creating a voltage potential). With that the physical layout of a CPU will create the error the same way everytime.
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post #192 of 599
Im at 1.5125v on water for my 3.6 oc.
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post #193 of 599
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Im at 1.5125v on water for my 3.6 oc.
What's your vFSB?
    
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post #194 of 599
I think its at 1.55 right now.
IMO these voltages are way too high but its the only thing that gets me close to stable. If I lower them even one tick I cant play games or run any stress program. Im hoping by adjusting the lanes I can lower these some to help with my heat issues. My NB is at 50c and SB at about 70c
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post #195 of 599
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Check your vdroop and vdrop I have a feeling they are substantial. Also, I'm pretty sure that board has LLC on it (Enable It).

Even with 1.51v, if you have a great loop with a good radiator those temps are reasonable.
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post #196 of 599
LLC=Line Load Calibration? Yea thats disabled right now.
And my vdroop is crazy. If I set it to about 1.38 in the bios I get about 1.28 in windows.
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post #197 of 599
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChickenInferno View Post
From what I've seen, it is very consistent error and the higher the temperatures the less the error becomes anyway.

With a given chip, the error is simply created by the way that the DTS is set up (2 dissimilar metals creating a voltage potential). With that the physical layout of a CPU will create the error the same way everytime.
This is about voltage, but when I actually measure vCore or VTT, for example, it is typically about .3v lower than indicated in the BIOS initial setting, "pc health" section, or software.

I need to compare with and without vDroop though.
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post #198 of 599
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This is about voltage, but when I actually measure vCore or VTT, for example, it is typically about .3v lower than indicated in the BIOS initial setting, "pc health" section, or software.

I need to compare with and without vDroop though.
.3v is a huge difference... I would almost think that something was wrong with the testing rather than a classified actually pumping out that little voltage.

Time to break out the Fluke for me.
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Quote:
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.3v is a huge difference... I would almost think that something was wrong with the testing rather than a classified actually pumping out that little voltage.

Time to break out the Fluke for me.
Well, I tried grounding both on the "ground" voltage pad, and the case's ground cable terminal. Apparently no difference.

I will start to fill up a spreadsheet with some empirical data. Then we can form a hypothesis.
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I see that the OP has gone through a few changes since I last read it (which was at least 6 months ago). I also see that you've finally updated the Tjunction Targets with the "correct" values. Did you edit the image of the tables with the correct values? I know they were the old ones earlier.
    
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