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Fixed your submission and added your BIOS settings. +rep for sharing. thumb.gif
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What could be the reason behind low LLC having more controllable voltage than higher ones? Or is this just an observed behavior?
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What could be the reason behind low LLC having more controllable voltage than higher ones? Or is this just an observed behavior?
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What could be the reason behind low LLC having more controllable voltage than higher ones? Or is this just an observed behavior?

I don't know. LLC tries it's very best to compensate the voltage to reduce vdroop, no one said that it'll be perfect, now the interesting thing is we get levels of llc, before in the 775 days I remember it just use to be 'Enable' or 'Disable' therefore we had to make do, however this time round we can reduce the amount of LLC given and use the small increments of voltage change to control it more when the CPU is under load, that is why manufactures like Asus, allow us to change Vcore by 0.00005v each time.
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I read a couple pages back that c3 and c6 states need to be enabled in order for the SSD to go full speed? Is that true? Does having these two enabled along with the c1e enabled effect the overclock performance?
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I read a couple pages back that c3 and c6 states need to be enabled in order for the SSD to go full speed? Is that true? Does having these two enabled along with the c1e enabled effect the overclock performance?

Read the OP of my BSOD 124 thread, the bit about C3 & C6 affects on sata performance and also the last couple pages of the thread smile.gif
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10 hours and still going strong. Just a couple more hours... tongue.gif

Edit: FINALLY.338

Next step, 4.8GHz or 5GHz, I really got into overclocking once again biggrin.gif
Edited by Tuxi - 12/4/11 at 3:12am
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This sucks so hard... When I first got my CPU I immediately began to overclock it. I started at 1.4v. This whole time I have been aiming for 4.8Ghz. 1.4v passed 15 hours. All test were like this up until 1.44v. Now if I go back at 1.4v, it cannot pass 10 min of Prime.
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Alright here we go

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10 hours and still going strong. Just a couple more hours... tongue.gif

Edit: FINALLY.338

Next step, 4.8GHz or 5GHz, I really got into overclocking once again biggrin.gif

Go for 5GHz!
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