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I am using LLC, and I just downloaded Everest last night (its only a 30 day trial tho)..and I saw LLC in work when prime95 Blend was on. The 0.05v extra under load is nice, but I don't know if I should try getting stable with out it or not.. hmm.
LLC does more than bump your volts .05, it also holds voltage at or very close to your specified BIOS voltage.

If you had the poster to look at you'd notice that at idle your voltage is sometimes up to .03 volts below your specified and under load it drops further from there. LLC holds your volts at your specified at idle and gives you up to .05 volts (up to 1.55 unless overvolt is enabled).
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Now that I have everest I can some how figure out why I get BSODs. What temps should I be looking for now.. the north bridge and south bridge bright?


33*C ambient in my case
4 cores are at 31*C idle
NB 42*C idle
SB 36*C idle

I guess I'll run prime95 and see load temps, and report back
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Now that I have everest I can some how figure out why I get BSODs. What temps should I be looking for now.. the north bridge and south bridge bright?


33*C ambient in my case
4 cores are at 31*C idle
NB 42*C idle
SB 36*C idle

I guess I'll run prime95 and see load temps, and report back
Normal NB and SB temps vary per user. AMD says 70*C is pushing it. Just set your NB and SB temps in BIOS to max at 70*C.
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post #1084 of 1767
I push my NB and SB volts pretty hard sometimes just to see where the temps top out at and @ 80F ambient I have tested both and this is what I got while playing BC2 @ 3.9Ghz :

Having the NB at 1.4v and the SB at 1.3v I get NB temps of 59/60c MAX and SB temps of 47/48c MAX.

Of course I do not run these settings 24/7 but that should give you an idea of how much more headroom they have before they hit the max threshold.

I got more or less the same temps running prime for about 2 hours.
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Normal NB and SB temps vary per user. AMD says 70*C is pushing it. Just set your NB and SB temps in BIOS to max at 70*C.
TY+ rep

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I push my NB and SB volts pretty hard sometimes just to see where the temps top out at and @ 80F ambient I have tested both and this is what I got while playing BC2 @ 3.9Ghz :

Having the NB at 1.4v and the SB at 1.3v I get NB temps of 59/60c MAX and SB temps of 47/48c MAX.

Of course I do not run these settings 24/7 but that should give you an idea of how much more headroom they have before they hit the max threshold.

I got more or less the same temps running prime for about 2 hours.
TY + rep


do you guys have extreme ov enabled? and what does it do?

do you mess with our ht volts even if you are trying to stay nearest to 2000MHz? what about cpu vdda volts?
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post #1086 of 1767
Extreme OV allows you to increase Vore above 1.55v. Otherwise, it will reduce your Vcore to around there if it is set to go higher for some reason. Think of it as an added protection for your CPU.

There is really no reason to mess with the HT voltage at all. As you said, it has been proven that staying as near 2000 as possible is best, and that is stock. So, stock voltage is all that is required.

CPU VDDA voltage is basically a manual LLC (Load Line Calibration). You shouldn't need to touch it.
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Extreme OV allows you to increase Vore above 1.55v. Otherwise, it will reduce your Vcore to around there if it is set to go higher for some reason. Think of it as an added protection for your CPU.

There is really no reason to mess with the HT voltage at all. As you said, it has been proven that staying as near 2000 as possible is best, and that is stock. So, stock voltage is all that is required.

CPU VDDA voltage is basically a manual LLC (Load Line Calibration). You shouldn't need to touch it.
Is stock like 2.55 for these? Should I leave it auto?
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Auto is fine. I've played with it a little bit to see if it made any difference, and it never did anything for me.
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This is what I run on a daily basis and it is stable as a can be, has passed over 5 hrs of large FFT's...




Edited by RainMan420 - 5/10/10 at 8:53pm
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I have an issue. I flashed to 1603 yesterday to test stability. Well, OC stability with the PII 965 seems on par with 1503, BUT, for some reason it messed up my CrossFire. I was getting up to 150fps in ICC25 WoW, Full 1080p, Ultra settings. Now I am barely getting 45. I've tried all kind of things. I want to flash back to 1503, but I can't figure out how to do that. EZ Update won't let you flash to an older bios.
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