Originally Posted by rubema
So, LLC On in my case is almost the same of LLC Off. Please correct me??
no, he was saying that it is perfectly safe for you to use llc.
i have had the same issue as you in the past. with llc off i was stable at 1.33vcore, but with llc on i was stable at 1.3 vcore. thats a .03 difference.
i have run dozens of stability tests and have found that with or without llc it takes the same voltage for a single overclock to be stable. this does not mean that your bios vcore will be the same. but rather the load vcore will remain the same. the only real difference is your idle vcore.
llc=lower idle vcore, no llc=higher idle vcore.\\
also llc will push your vcore HIGHER than what is set in the bios. for example, i have my vcore set to 1.33 in the bios, and when i run a stress test the vcore will jump to 1.37(according to cpuz).
but like i said, in the end with or without llc, your load voltage for any given overclock will be the same in order to remain stable. the only thing that differs is the idle voltage.
as far as different levels of llc, i would imaging the higher the level, the more it is increasing your load vcore.