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the drop in voltage under load is called vdroop, it can be eliminated or reduced when using LLC. When the voltage is higher than what is set in the bios at idle that is known as vrise and not really important. The voltage under load is what is important, it's usually recommend to use LLC to make sure that the vdroop is at a minimum but doesn't cause vrise under load which obviously creates voltage spikes that can be dangerous when using high voltage..
I setup the LLC to extreme (100%) should I keep it like that to reflect the 100% of the real voltage, and it will fix the Vdrop under load?
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I setup the LLC to extreme (100%) should I keep it like that to reflect the 100% of the real voltage, and it will fix the Vdrop under load?
Extreme will most defintely cause the voltage to spike (vrise) under load, try running at ultra high and increase the voltage to what you need for when the cpu is under load. Have a little read at the guide I posted in the OP.
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I would try upping the VCCIO (also known as QPI/VTT) voltage and/or setting the PLL voltage to 1.7V. I'd be surprised if you need 1.36V Vcore for 4.5GHz.
Thanks, I will try this out.

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Compare temps and voltage with other in the spreadsheet. Your Mobo is not exactly the best for overclocking due to the 4phase VRM design. Have a look at the guide I posted in the OP.
Thanks, will do.
Edited by jdip - 9/25/11 at 7:36pm
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Extreme will most defintely cause the voltage to spike (vrise) under load, try running at ultra high and increase the voltage to what you need for when the cpu is under load. Have a little read at the guide I posted in the OP.
Yes I set it to what the VCORE that I want it to be under load, always thinking on which voltage should be under load. Now I will set LLC to ULTRA HIGH<----EXTREME instead.
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Quick question.. on the first page it shows that for Asrock people should change these:

Short Duration Power Limit - 250
Long Duration Power Limit - 250


Asus has these also but they are not listed, should they be changed for Asus also? Looking at BIOS the auto values for Short (I think) is TDP and Long it's Short x 1.5 (both being a fair amount lower than 250 listed against Asrock).
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Yes I set it to what the VCORE that I want it to be under load, always thinking on which voltage should be under load. Now I will set LLC to ULTRA HIGH<----EXTREME instead.
Just remember that 90% of the time whatever you set the vcore to, it won't be the same in windows, under load and idle. When the voltage is lower under load that is called vdroop, when the voltage is lower under idle that's called vdrop and sometimes when the voltage is higher under load and in idle that's what you can call vrise. You wan't to avoid vrise under load, idle vrise is not that important. That is why LLC is there, to help compensate the vdroop but sometimes too much of LLC will cause vrise under load which is something that you don't want.

Hope that clears things up
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Anything above 3.67 is fine. Thanks for reminding me, rules have been amended. Apologies I didn't make it clearer from the start.
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Just remember that 90% of the time whatever you set the vcore to, it won't be the same in windows, under load and idle. When the voltage is lower under load that is called vdroop, when the voltage is lower under idle that's called vdrop and sometimes when the voltage is higher under load and in idle that's what you can call vrise. You wan't to avoid vrise under load, idle vrise is not that important. That is why LLC is there, to help compensate the vdroop but sometimes too much of LLC will cause vrise under load which is something that you don't want.

Hope that clears things up
BTW I setup in bios with 1.41 using ULTRA HIGH and I'm having 1.4 even 1.392v under load on Vcore using P95, ok?

Testing with tourture test custom blend:

Min FFT 1344 max 4096
RAM: 5600 + (OS using 7090)
RUN ffts in-place (blank)
Time to run each FFT size in minutes : 15 min.


is setup ok with this config under custom blend: or I'm missing or setting with a wrong value?
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**update


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Thanks for the reply! I will post my prime results tomorrow!
Cant wait to see



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BTW I setup in bios with 1.41 using ULTRA HIGH and I'm having 1.4 even 1.392v under load on Vcore using P95, ok?
That looks pefect.


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Originally Posted by Overclocker.Monster View Post
Testing with tourture test custom blend:

Min FFT 1344 max 4096
RAM: 5600 + (OS using 7090)
RUN ffts in-place (blank)
Time to run each FFT size in minutes : 15 min.


is setup ok with this config under custom blend: or I'm missing or setting with a wrong value?
The only thing you want to change when your doing a 12hour+ custom blend is the amount of RAM (90%ish of your available RAM) and leave the rest on default.



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Using Mugen 3 Air Cooling and memory is at stock 9-9-9-24 G.skill Sniper 1600 2x4GB

Attachment 230632

Attachment 230633
What happened to cpu-z? Please use hwmonitor or something that shows the correct voltage.

Sorry about that bud.
Edited by munaim1 - 9/26/11 at 8:49am
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