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Ugh, I remember having this board, I barely could get it stable at 3.7GHz with 1.55v. I changed to the MSI NF980 board, and I hit 3.9GHz @ 1.456v, but no further. I think it's the 980a chipset that the Thubans aren't liking, because 4GHz seems to be a wall for a lot of 980a + 1055T users.
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Hello.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1789927

I hope this works. Just wanted to be part of the group.
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AHHHH is there any mods to control this crazy vdroop? I seem to remember reading about a vdroop mod some where on the web, just cant find it now. I mean mine will go from 1.4875 cpu volts and drop all the way to 1.376 when P95ing and when trying for a crazy over clock sometimes crash it when the vdroop takes over. sorry for the early morn rant. lol the ONLY thing I hate about this board. eek:
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Added Troku and smoket4279` as official group members.
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AHHHH is there any mods to control this crazy vdroop? I seem to remember reading about a vdroop mod some where on the web, just cant find it now. I mean mine will go from 1.4875 cpu volts and drop all the way to 1.376 when P95ing and when trying for a crazy over clock sometimes crash it when the vdroop takes over. sorry for the early morn rant. lol the ONLY thing I hate about this board. eek:
Unfortunately, I'm not aware of anything that will fix the vdroop, since it's a "feature" not a bug. Supposedly, you can compensate to a small degree by pushing the NVCC voltage; but I haven't found this to be effective. It's available by using the "Unleash" mode for unlocking CPU cores on non-BE processors.

As far as I know, the only way to compensate for vdroop is to just push the voltage up higher. Depending on your cooling, you should be able to go as high as 1.65v; but for 24/7 the consensus seems to be that 1.55v is about max.
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Thanks luchog. Yea I was affraid of that about the vdroop and as far as the nvcc voltage can you use the unlock feature on the BE cpu's? or is that stickly just for the non BE?
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Thanks luchog. Yea I was affraid of that about the vdroop and as far as the nvcc voltage can you use the unlock feature on the BE cpu's? or is that stickly just for the non BE?
I used the feature on my 970 BE, but it didn't seem to actually make much difference in stability, even at +10% (max is +/- 12%). Vdroop is roughly 8%. May need to use it on a per-core basis (I used the "all" option) to actually accomplish anything useful. My Vcore was also only up to 1.5v at the time, so it may make more difference at higher voltages.
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Unfortunately, I'm not aware of anything that will fix the vdroop, since it's a "feature" not a bug. Supposedly, you can compensate to a small degree by pushing the NVCC voltage; but I haven't found this to be effective. It's available by using the "Unleash" mode for unlocking CPU cores on non-BE processors.

As far as I know, the only way to compensate for vdroop is to just push the voltage up higher. Depending on your cooling, you should be able to go as high as 1.65v; but for 24/7 the consensus seems to be that 1.55v is about max.
hey question with 1.65volts is the reason the heat or the volts that no one pushes it up there? I have water and stay very good as far as temps but needed to know if volts can be harmful to? and also nvcc works as far as vdroop???? if so I would love to hear about were people are doing that
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Hey thanks again for the heads up luchog. as for the voltage I try not to go over the 1.5 but I might try 1.55 as I have a H50 and I will give the nvcc a shot at 1.55 and report back in the next day or so when I get the time. Bradford the nvcc is located in the bios under the same scree as the voltages and the other overclock settings just look towards the bottom and its the fuction that allows you to unlock cores
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Hey thanks again for the heads up luchog. as for the voltage I try not to go over the 1.5 but I might try 1.55 as I have a H50 and I will give the nvcc a shot at 1.55 and report back in the next day or so when I get the time. Bradford the nvcc is located in the bios under the same scree as the voltages and the other overclock settings just look towards the bottom and its the fuction that allows you to unlock cores
lol I know that, duh!, lol god did I come off is that dumb lmao but thank you very much! I meant have any of us used the nvcc to get more stable with the BE, and if so speak up lol.

P.S. God I hate summer I just found a tick on me gross!!!!! it was not in yet but hate them f'in things, now I itch every where, and feel as if they are attacking me!!! maybe should lay of the pills huh? lol
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