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is it normal to see on cpu-z, varius voltage changes while running Linx or prime95?
Yes, it is normal to see small vcore voltage fluctuations while under load.
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Yes, it is normal to see small voltages fluctuations while under load.
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With 40x multipler and 100bclk,
while idle, cpu-z voltage is about 1.30-1.380. But in load, cpu-z voltage is about 1.250. Doesnt it suppose to be opposite?
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With 40x multipler and 100bclk,
while idle, cpu-z voltage is about 1.30-1.380. But in load, cpu-z voltage is about 1.250. Doesnt it suppose to be opposite?
What you're seeing is known as vdroop, which is a voltage drop that happens when the CPU is under load. It is normal. You can set the LLC value in the P67 BIOS to a higher setting to minimize this effect.
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What you're seeing is known as vdroop, which is a voltage drop that happens when the CPU is under load. It is normal. You can set the LLC value in the P67 BIOS to a higher setting to minimize this effect.
Well, it is for one of my friend. i thought about the same. LLC determines the vdroop i know. Now i am sure
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Anyone have better stability with lowering your CPU PLL? I lowered mine to 1.7 and now my chip is more stable at lower vcore and a higher clock; I'm testing out 4.8 @ 1.36 vcore right now.
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Anyone have better stability with lowering your CPU PLL? I lowered mine to 1.7 and now my chip is more stable at lower vcore and a higher clock; I'm testing out 4.8 @ 1.36 vcore right now.
Some of us have seen good results with it lowered. I set mine to 1.72. I know that Jonesey runs his around 1.7.
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Some of us have seen good results with it lowered. I set mine to 1.72. I know that Jonesey (the OP) runs his around 1.7.
Well, for a quick test I did 2 1/2 hours of Prime and 20 passes of IBT and it held up just fine. I will stress it overnight, and if I am lucky it will hold. 4.8 with 1.36 volts would be nice to have.
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On the reviews of the P8P67 of NE someone mentioned a Bios flash cured the PCI soundcard compatibility issue. Did this make the list of fixes on the bios releases, where should I look to see which of the series have this fix?
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Instead of using offset. Set CPU voltage by using manual first. Set PPL to Ultra High, instead of High, this minimize Vdroop and keep idle and load voltage very close (don't use Extreme LLC, that makes my system unstable). Use this PPL setting to determine the minimize constant voltage that your CPU need to sustain at full load. Once you got that value, THEN you go play with offset. When using offset, set LLC to regular, and find the offset value that gives you the amount of voltage you determined earlier to your CPU when full load. Only if you find your PC completely stable, and think that the idle voltage can be even lower, you increase your LLC settings.
I was trying to use Extreme LLC setting and it would make my system just reset after starting Prime 95 blend. I tried adding more voltage thinking that was the problem but everytime that happened. When I dropped the LLC down one level its been stable for 12 hours on blend. Just to let you know I do have the latest bios.
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