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Quick question... i just got an ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO, and im now starting to oc my 1090t to 4ghz. However, cpu voltage spikes well beyond manually set 1.44v . sometimes it will get as high as 1.5v while stress testing (per cpu-z and SIW monitoring).

c&q disabled, turbo core disabled, load line calibration enabled.

this has never happened with my previous oc's with other asus mobos. cpu voltage never went above manually set cpu vcore.

is this a problem with this particular mobo? is there anyone else having this problem?

settings:
fsb 200 x 20= 4ghz. cpu 1.44v and everything else auto. just oc'ing the cpu first, once thats stable, ill move on to cpu/nb and such.
Edited by piranhamoose - 2/16/11 at 7:27am
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Yeah I get the same with mine. I set it to 1.44 but it's constantly going up to like 1.464
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Originally Posted by nibnab;12411272 
Yeah I get the same with mine. I set it to 1.44 but it's constantly going up to like 1.464

ive read some posts of others with the same mobo and nobody seems to have an answer to this. some say its normal, but this type of occurrence affects temps for sure. im currently priming, default blend, and multiplier goes up and down when it should stay at a constant x20 (cpu throttling. not good)

this leads me to believe that mosfets are overheating and voltages are dropping to compensate for the heat. dont know why this is happening because mofsets are heatsinked, plus i have a scythe gt ap-31 5400rpm/150cfm fan on the hyper 212+, which blows a great amount of transient air over the mofset heatsink.

ive oc'ed my 1090t on my old asus m4a785m, which didnt have a heatsink on the mofsets, and is a 4+1 phase board. manually set vcore NEVER climbed above set values, resulting in a stable 3.8ghz @ 1.41vcore OC, with max temps of 49c 12hours prime95 default blend with a zalman 9500a cpu heatsink.

im 2 hours into default blend on the m4a88td-v evo set on 200fsb x 20= 4ghz with vcore manually set @ 1.44 and LLC enabled. max core temp 64c so far:confused: and max vcore 1.54v. although none of the cores have failed so far, im not confident that it will finish all the iterations (which will take approx 11 hours) with these values and cpu throttling.

im starting to think that my 1090t has a better chance of reaching 4ghz stable on my old mobo with my current cpu fan and heatsink:(
Edited by piranhamoose - 2/16/11 at 7:04pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nibnab;12411272 
Yeah I get the same with mine. I set it to 1.44 but it's constantly going up to like 1.464

at least yours goes up. mine goes down.
I haven't bothered to OC since I got the board back from RMA but I had to set it to 1.6v in BIOS to get 1.47 for 4.0 GHZ and even then it would drop to 1.44 sometimes
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It's LLC. When enabled it will increase vcore as load increases to try and keep vcore stable.
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It's LLC. When enabled it will increase vcore as load increases to try and keep vcore stable.

i understand the concept of LLC, but the variance in vcore increase with this particular mobo is way too high. if we go by the premise that "llc increases vcore to try and keep cpu stable," then there's no need to set vcore to the specs i want to keep cpu temps down, because llc will adjust vcore automatically to keep it stable no matter how high temps get.

then there's the issue with cpu throttling. only explanation i can gather is that the mofsets are overheating, and they shouldn't be on this mobo. first, it's an 8+2 phase board. second, it's heatsinked. so waTF????

when i disable lcc, manually set vcore of 1.44v in the bios shows as 1.43v and will not climb beyond 1.43v in cpuz and siw (as it should, which is good. as the whole point of overclocking is to find a stable voltage in relation to temps MANUALLY). but, vdroop variance will go as low as 1.27v which is totally unacceptable, as while stress testing, 1 or 2 cores will fail because of lack of voltage.

when llc is enabled, however, manually set vcore of 1.44v will climb as high as 1.56v. a slight variance is acceptable (+ .05v) as it will not affect the temps much. like i said before, isnt the whole concept of oc'ing/trial and error/stress testing finding a stable vcore MANUALLY? so, why is the mobo compensating for lack of vcore as high as > .1v to keep the pc from crashing?

confused.gif ill keep researching and reading until friday.... if no fixes for this problem by then, mobo goes back and asus will not get a good review in the oc dept for this mobo. the mobo runs awesome stock, but as far as oc'ing goes, this mobo should remain on the stock shelves.
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Edit: Just reread my post and it sounds a little aggressive - that was not my intention. I am just trying to get the point across that LLC is just an optional feature and that how it is operating and performing for you is normal.

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i understand the concept of LLC, but the variance in vcore increase with this particular mobo is way too high.
That's just how LLC works. It almost always spikes over vcore setting to counter vdroop.
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if we go by the premise that "llc increases vcore to try and keep cpu stable," then there's no need to set vcore to the specs i want to keep cpu temps down, because llc will adjust vcore automatically to keep it stable no matter how high temps get.
I'm not suggesting LLC is what you want - I am merely pointing out that LLC was the cause of the vcore spikes - as per your OP.

However, if you do want to lower temps a little, that can actually be achieved by enabling LLC and then droping vcore in bios to undervolt at idle. Then LLC will kick in during load and hopefully keep things stable.

Numerous ppl do this and numerous repot it achieves lower idle temps and is just as stable under load.
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then there's the issue with cpu throttling. only explanation i can gather is that the mofsets are overheating, and they shouldn't be on this mobo. first, it's an 8+2 phase board. second, it's heatsinked. so waTF????
Actually the "8+2 phase" crap is a pet peeve of mine as it is a marketing ploy. "8+2 phase" is in actual fact 4+1 with each phase split into two - but it is still the same 4+1 power phases though.

As for the CPU throttling causing the "mosfets" to overheat, I'm not sure how you came to that conclusion headscratch.gif
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when i disable lcc, manually set vcore of 1.44v in the bios shows as 1.43v and will not climb beyond 1.43v in cpuz and siw (as it should, which is good. as the whole point of overclocking is to find a stable voltage in relation to temps MANUALLY). but, vdroop variance will go as low as 1.27v which is totally unacceptable, as while stress testing, 1 or 2 cores will fail because of lack of voltage.
Who said it had to be done "manually"? The idea is to keep it stable, if that requires more vcore for the OC you are chasing, then that is what is required - heat is just the byproduct and should not be the guiding force behind your OC.

If you can achieve that max OC and it is stable with LLC disabled, then kudos - and if you can achieve the same max OC with lower vcore with LLC enabled, then kudos again.

Is one way better then the other - well that's always up for debate. But in the end it all comes down to what the end user wants and what works for them.
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when llc is enabled, however, manually set vcore of 1.44v will climb as high as 1.56v. a slight variance is acceptable (+ .05v) as it will not affect the temps much.
Who sets this "acceptable" level? You? If you enable LLC, just drop your vocre down from where you have it set when LLC is disabled - that way you end up with a vcore closer to what is used with LLC disabled, but without the vdroop.
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like i said before, isnt the whole concept of oc'ing/trial and error/stress testing finding a stable vcore MANUALLY?
no, and that is your problem right there. LLC is just an additional option to counter vdroop - it doesn;t suddenly exclude you from adjusting the vcore manually. You can (and still will need to) adjust vcore manually to achieve your OC.
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so, why is the mobo compensating for lack of vcore as high as > .1v to keep the pc from crashing?
The mobo isn;t compensating for anything. the voltage regulator has an ability to increase voltage as load increases - that is LLC.

And yes, for some, vdroop can be quite big and can easily cause instability and BSOD. LLC can and does work in those situations.

Recently Asus has started releasing bios's for some mobos that have 50% and 100% LLC options, to try and offer the end user an LLC option that will suit their need - maybe check and see if a bios update is available for your mobo and offers something like that.
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confused.gif ill keep researching and reading until friday.... if no fixes for this problem by then, mobo goes back and asus will not get a good review in the oc dept for this mobo.
bahahaha, it is doing exactly what it is supposed to do. LLC is working exactly how it is supposed to work.

If you don't understand that, then perhaps you need to stop overclocking and read a little more about what those bios options actually do.
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the mobo runs awesome stock, but as far as oc'ing goes, this mobo should remain on the stock shelves.
Well tbh, it isn't exactly an overclocking enthusiests mobo to start with.

It is a cheaper mobo option for those who can not afford the top shelf boards but still want to achieve a reasonable overclock - and it achieves that from the reviews I've read and the results posted by other members.
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at least yours goes up. mine goes down.
I haven't bothered to OC since I got the board back from RMA but I had to set it to 1.6v in BIOS to get 1.47 for 4.0 GHZ and even then it would drop to 1.44 sometimes

Actually mine goes up and down like a yo yo lol
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