Originally Posted by MAXIMATOR
hmmm i see load line calibration on this board is this helpful or?
im currently at 4.3ghz 1.472v with my 1090t with load line calibration disabled am i safe disabling it?
and one more problem here after a few hours of prime i get a bsod any suggestions?
Probably if you enable LLC you won't get that BSOD. What LLC does is when under stress or high load, the motherboard gives the cpu up to .05v over what you set it @. So in essence you can run a slightly lower vcore than you would need for running Prime and being stable. If you enable LLC you should see the vcore increase to as high as 1.522v at times.
Got yourself a pretty nice OC there too!
EDIT: actually a couple hours into prime is when the NB really gets stressed, so take a look at the NB frequency and cpu/NB voltage also. You are probably running the NB @ like 3Ghz without enough voltage to the cpu/NB. I can't set cpu/NB any lower than like 1.5v @ 3GHz + on the NB.Edited by ny_driver - 9/1/10 at 5:16am