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I have the same board. Enable LLC for the CPU ONLY in the bios. Leave it disabled for CPU-NB. Set your vcore to 1.4v. This gives me a stable 4.0GHz OC in OCCT stress test.
Really? Cool i hope it works i dont want to take it back. So that stops the V dip?Thanks for the tip hope it works
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Yeah download the OCCT stress test and stress CPU - Linpack you might need to set it a little higher than 1.4v but 1.4 should do it. If you monitor with CPUZ the voltages will rise to around 1.467-1.488

EDIT: And no it reverses the vdroop. It gives you vrise instead.
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Yeah download the OCCT stress test and stress CPU - Linpack you might need to set it a little higher than 1.4v but 1.4 should do it. If you monitor with CPUZ the voltages will rise to around 1.467-1.488

EDIT: And no it reverses the vdroop. It gives you vrise instead.
+ Rep Sweet seems to be working so far. I didnt know about the LLC. Im I able to go higher because it runs nice and cool. My Ram timeing is 9-9-9-24 what can I do to hit better timeing?
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+ Rep Sweet seems to be working so far. I didnt know about the LLC. Im I able to go higher because it runs nice and cool. My Ram timeing is 9-9-9-24 what can I do to hit better timeing?
What kind of temps are you getting with OCCT linpack? I'd run it for 2 and a half hours and if you can manage that then you got a stable OC. That's all it really takes with OCCT. If you aim higher than 4Ghz just bump the voltage up one at a time from the 1.4v it's at now and monitor what the voltage changes to via CPUZ since you have voltage rise. That's for the CPU.

As for the RAM. Use Super PI @ 32M for stability testing. Just move it down one notch at a time then test.

http://www.overclock.net/downloads/138140-super-pi.html

PS; thanks for the REP.
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What kind of temps are you getting with OCCT linpack? I'd run it for 2 and a half hours and if you can manage that then you got a stable OC. That's all it really takes with OCCT. If you aim higher than 4Ghz just bump the voltage up one at a time from the 1.4v it's at now and monitor what the voltage changes to via CPUZ since you have voltage rise. That's for the CPU.

As for the RAM. Use Super PI @ 32M for stability testing. Just move it down one notch at a time then test.

http://www.overclock.net/downloads/138140-super-pi.html

PS; thanks for the REP.
Cool Thanks agin
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