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i would try toning it down to 240 x 16 multiplier. I have a similar setup and mine has some issue at that range as well
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post #42 of 56
I think you should tweak the actual LLC voltage setting to get that voltage lowered, rather than raised through the roof
I'm not entirely sure about LLC though as I don't have neither vDroop nor this option... you'll want to ask other AMD overclockers
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i would try toning it down to 240 x 16 multiplier. I have a similar setup and mine has some issue at that range as well
I tried 249 x 16.5 and it produced the same results. It underclocked to 2.0ghz not long into the intel burn test.

And xd, The only thing I can do with LLC is diabled or enabled. I also have a CPU-NB LLC. Basically, if I disabled it - then i get about a .75 vcore droop, if I enable it I get about a .75 vcore increase.
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Ok so I am pretty sure that the VRM's are getting too hot. I read your guide about VRM's top to bottom xd, and you mention how Asus boards have a built in OCP. I think that is what is happening.

Anywho, I decided I needed to an extra cooling to the VRM's.. so I thought about it and of course a fan comes to mind. Well right now all I got laying around is a 180mm case fan, that won't fit right? Wrong.







Unfortunately now with the way I did that my exhaust fan doesn't fit.


So now I'm going to go try the burn test and see if it underclocks me to 2ghz. BRB.

EDIT: Still does the same thing. Gah.
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That behavior where it "drops" like that is normal when running more than one 'Run' in Linpack (IntelBurnTest or LinX).

Run a few "runs" in LinX so that you can see exactly what's happening. It's normal.

It's not like Prime95 where it's just one solid stream of processing.
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Hey man. Maybe I'm not the one who should be posting here cause Im a newbie. But I just OC'd my 1090T to 4ghz with multiplier set to x20. Core voltage at 1.356. Nothing else was changed. Max temp at 49°C max load. Still running prime 95 for the 5th hour, with no crashes.
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I'm fighting this issue as well. 241x16 on my 955c2, 1.53v, and it will drop mine all the way down to 964 MHz for about 10-15 seconds before racing back at full bore (CnQ disabled by the way). I'm really thinking it's a component on the mainboard causing it, unless temps in the CPU are higher than it is reading. At this setting I have a wattage increase of about 220w at the wall over the normal CnQ idle. Given the power supply loss and typical idle consumption, that would put the cutoff right near a 200w at the socket.

Something's getting a little too hot and I have no idea what.
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I'm fighting this issue as well. 241x16 on my 955c2, 1.53v, and it will drop mine all the way down to 964 MHz for about 10-15 seconds before racing back at full bore (CnQ disabled by the way). I'm really thinking it's a component on the mainboard causing it, unless temps in the CPU are higher than it is reading. At this setting I have a wattage increase of about 220w at the wall over the normal CnQ idle. Given the power supply loss and typical idle consumption, that would put the cutoff right near a 200w at the socket.

Something's getting a little too hot and I have no idea what.
When it drops down for 10-15 seconds, is that during IntelBurnTest (or LinX)?
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