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post #21 of 43
hey, sin0822. is the ud7 having the same llc problems as the ud4?
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no it doesn't. Neither does the UD5. They have a different mechanism for LLC. Originally the UD5 did, but someone fixed ti right after he found it wasn't working. i reported the LLC problem to the same guy(he works for GB) and he said its Chinese new years so wait a week, i think hes teh only person working there right now! lol i am just kidding, but yes across as companies in Taiwan Chinese new years until the 5th i think.
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post #23 of 43
Maybe I can just add that's it's my case too for my two P67a-UD3 rigs (equiped with 2600k). They Vdroop a lot, 4800mhz 1.460V idle, 1,404V load frown.gif F@H stable, but don't really like it has to be feed 1.46v to really have 1.404V frown.gif (LLC on of course, if I put LLC off it goes down a bit under 1.4V.

I'm really looking on the Asus side....
post #24 of 43
have you tried a previous BIOS? try a previous BIOS, or the new one released today.

BTW that is standard Vdroop as by intel specs, LLC is where manufacturers leave Intel spec.
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post #25 of 43
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;12182922 
have you tried a previous BIOS? try a previous BIOS, or the new one released today.

BTW that is standard Vdroop as by intel specs, LLC is where manufacturers leave Intel spec.

Yes I tried the newest official BIOS (F6 a couple hours new) ... no more PLL overvoltage and still get the same Vdroop. I don't care if it's Intel specs, LLC on in Asus Board don't Vdroop at all... you put 1.4V, you get 1.4V
post #26 of 43
change back to one of the earlier BIOSes it will change. Ont eh UD7 and from what i have seen on the UD3 and UD4 there was no vdroop until they ****ed it up in teh BIOS.

On the UD5 and UD7 there are levels of vdroop and the llc level1 basically eliminates vdroop, and the llc level2 over compensates and increase vcore during load to further stabilize. i was under the impression that LLC on UD4 and UD3 was done like LLC Level2 or that is what i was hearing from people who owned those boards before release, they only sent me a UD7.

Try the first BIOS with CPU PLL Overvoltage, see if that fixes LLC, the newest release BIOS sucks.
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post #27 of 43
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;12183280 
change back to one of the earlier BIOSes it will change. Ont eh UD7 and from what i have seen on the UD3 and UD4 there was no vdroop until they ****ed it up in teh BIOS.

Even if true, this would be a moot point, because only the version F6A supports PLL overvoltage, and earlier versions won't even boot past 4.5 or so. F6A is the latest version currently on the manufacturer web site. (I've seen a link to F6C in this forum, not sure where that came from.)

I did a test with the BIOS version F5. Idle voltage = 1.42. Voltage at full load with LLC off = 1.33. Voltage at full load with LLC on = 1.36.
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post #28 of 43
And with the latest unofficial F6, it drops to 1.36 too.
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post #29 of 43
Well I accidentally burned the DIMM slots on my UD3. This is going to serve as an excuse to buy a UD3P (Which isn't suppose to have the problem).

Then I'll just RMA the UD3 and Sell it.
post #30 of 43
the diffrence in ud4 and ud3 is that the ud3 does not sli
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