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Vccio is for.the.integrated memory controller. It usually only needs a bump or 2 up. I went straight to 1.1v per sin's guide for the gigabyte p67-ud7
I also ran my 1.5v ram at 1.525v. With pll at 1.71 i dropped my offset from +.015 to +.005 with really good temps.
As always different chips n boards have different requirements
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so @45x 2600k, people have to tweak vccio? or just some unlucky ones who gets the 0x50 bsod. thanks for the explanation too.
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Lower LLC (Load Line Calibration) means lower fluctuation but also lower vcore. What I would do is lower the LLC and up the vcore. This is when at load ofc.
I don't like using higher then High LLC cause I've had the problem of vcore going to high on prime. LLC have nothing to do with drops that's back to offset value. But the lower LLC will make the vcore go up that much less, therefore lower drop aswell.

my problem with lower llc like medium, the light load voltage is so high compared to the full load voltage, and then my voltage would be enough for prime but now with ibt, because when i run IBT, cpuz shows lower vcore, how is that.
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I'm haven't used IBT in over a year and can't remember much about it except I felt I didn't need IBT to do my oc.
So about the IBT I can't help you.

And the reason you feel like the vcore is only slightly higher on high load when on lower LLC is cause is cause the spike in vcore is now very low when on high load cause of the low LLC. But when using offset you'll get a spike aswell. Which you might think is the LLC at work.

Example (from my computer):
LLC @ High > Vcore offset @ +0.010 > VID @ 1.398v < This is at load >

When using prime I can get over 1.400v easy, but when on medium load I get 1.368v.

Now if I raise my LLC to Ultra High, you'll see the vcore go 1.416v easy with prime, but when at medium load you'd still only see 1.368v.

But if I put offset to +0.015 and let LLC @ High you wont see much if any increase in prime load vcore, but you'll see an increaes in medium load vcore. Like 1.376.


I read some other dude on these forums had the same problems as I had earlier.
Prime stable for 24+ hours but folding crash after 30+ min.

So from what he learned I now know that when I'm prime stable I still need 1 more noch up the offset ladder
to make folding stable. Ofc that can depend on machine to machine and I haven't really folded much lately but atleest I can fold for hours now tongue.gif

My point with this is that even thought folding uses 100% of my cpu. I'm no where near the vcore I'm at with prime.
So IBT and Prime not using the same amount of vcore don't surprise me.
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I'm haven't used IBT in over a year and can't remember much about it except I felt I didn't need IBT to do my oc.
So about the IBT I can't help you.

And the reason you feel like the vcore is only slightly higher on high load when on lower LLC is cause is cause the spike in vcore is now very low when on high load cause of the low LLC. But when using offset you'll get a spike aswell. Which you might think is the LLC at work.

Example (from my computer):
LLC @ High > Vcore offset @ +0.010 > VID @ 1.398v < This is at load >

When using prime I can get over 1.400v easy, but when on medium load I get 1.368v.

Now if I raise my LLC to Ultra High, you'll see the vcore go 1.416v easy with prime, but when at medium load you'd still only see 1.368v.

But if I put offset to +0.015 and let LLC @ High you wont see much if any increase in prime load vcore, but you'll see an increaes in medium load vcore. Like 1.376.


I read some other dude on these forums had the same problems as I had earlier.
Prime stable for 24+ hours but folding crash after 30+ min.

So from what he learned I now know that when I'm prime stable I still need 1 more noch up the offset ladder
to make folding stable. Ofc that can depend on machine to machine and I haven't really folded much lately but atleest I can fold for hours now tongue.gif

My point with this is that even thought folding uses 100% of my cpu. I'm no where near the vcore I'm at with prime.
So IBT and Prime not using the same amount of vcore don't surprise me.

LLC High gives me a 0.030v-0.020 difference during full and light load. it would be nice if at full load the voltage would be at its peak but its during light load. and as u say its a voltage spike, which a higher llc minimizes but in return produces much more peak voltage.
im seeing 1.370v+ during light load(1%-10%) and 1.33v+ - 1.34+ during full load (99%-100%) and that 1.360-1.370 light load voltage stays.. unlike a spike that just shows up for a second or two.
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Well I made it at 4.7 but 4.8 takes to much vcore for my liking. Is this where you post the 24hr run?



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Update:
After 6 hrs of prime custom blend, 0x124 bsod showed up again. vccio is 1.1v, pll is @stock (auto).
x45 multi, prime is running around 1.352-1.384(rarely) volts.

Whats next now?

EDIT:
I am surfing the net and watching a long youtube video(buffering) while stresstesting, itunes open also and vlc :")
Edited by RushFudge - 4/4/13 at 9:08pm
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Update:
After 6 hrs of prime custom blend, 0x124 bsod showed up again. vccio is 1.1v, pll is @stock (auto).
x45 multi, prime is running around 1.352-1.384(rarely) volts.

Whats next now?

EDIT:
I am surfing the net and watching a long youtube video(buffering) while stresstesting, itunes open also and vlc :")

It is advisable not to do anything with your computer while stress testing. That would be more accurate than using it.
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It is advisable not to do anything with your computer while stress testing. That would be more accurate than using it.

Even using Chrome? or playing an MP3?
Thanks, we are on the same country too. So hot :")
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Even using Chrome? or playing an MP3?
Thanks, we are on the same country too. So hot :")

Yes. Any process you do, no matter how small or big the program is, needs some CPU cycles which leads to inaccurate results of Prime95.

Oh ok. Yes, the ambient temp this summer is unbelievably high.
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