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Ok little thing going on, carnt understand why it does it, but it does.

Ok in the bios i set my CPU voltage to 1.55, and when i boot into windows it goes down to 1.475. Now could this be that i set the NB/CPU volt to 1.5? and set the frequency to 26**?
post #2 of 10
It is due to something called Load Line Calibration. If enabled, you will experience a higher voltage than what is in the bios. If disabled you will experience lower. You need to find out what the difference is while it is under 100% load and the change the voltage in the bios to compensate for the rise/loss
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post #3 of 10
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Ive never had this before though when running 1.53volts.

It runs .1v under. so if its set to 1.55 it reads 1.45 and so on.

Ive discharged the PSU ( left it unplugged for 3 hours ).
Same thing.

Ideas?

If it is this load line calibration could you please elaborate, what actually is happening? Cheers
post #4 of 10
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Originally Posted by iinversion View Post
It is due to something called Load Line Calibration. If enabled, you will experience a higher voltage than what is in the bios. If disabled you will experience lower. You need to find out what the difference is while it is under 100% load and the change the voltage in the bios to compensate for the rise/loss
LLC tries to minimize vdroop (which is I believe, when the core runs under load, the voltage "droops"). It might also try and minimize vdrop, which is the difference in what you see in the bios and in windows. I don't think LLC is really what is causing this drop. It happens regardless, but less if LLC is on.

To answer OP, my understanding of that drop is just something that happens. I dont think anything is wrong, and you can try to enable LLC to minimize that drop (if your motherboard supports it).

I have had that drop in voltage in every mobo I have owned. It is a bit annoying, but I wouldn't worry about it.
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post #5 of 10
vDroop is the problem, not LLC
vDroop is a known problem on this mobo
post #6 of 10
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wierd though that it is doing it now, couple hours ago i was running 1.535 easy no drop at all.
post #7 of 10
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just set 1.425v for 4ghz (250*16) and its been read as that. sooo yeap, i have no idea.
post #8 of 10
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k i got 1.525 and it reads as that, man i have a wierd motherboard or something. this is underload to, i have no vdrop. o load 1.525v load, 100% load 1.525v
post #9 of 10
Do you have an option for LLC in your bios? If so try to see if it acts differently when enabled/disabled.
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post #10 of 10
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nah i had a look and no i dont, wierdo aw well ill be fine with 4 i guess
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