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I read in a thread about someone suggesting to keep the cpu-nb llc off, does that really help?
    
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Some say it will help to turn it off.. But I suggest using it.. I had llc on when I overclocked to 3.9GHz and vcore set at 1.45 and rises to v1.5 thats when the llc kicks in I think to help stabilize it. And when I turn off llc and set vcore to v1.5 it gets unstable.. So yeah ha. Hope that helps.

Still new but I'm experimenting quite a lot and learning.

So far I been able to run my 955 with this mobo at 4.0GHz (200x20) vcore at 1.528 and temps load at 55c for an hour cpu-nb at 2600MHz v1.253... So far so good

Have a quick question.. My vcore rises up to 1.584v to keep stable running p95, CPUz indicates that.. The max safe volts for this chip is 1.55 Am I hurting it ?? Should I back off?
Edited by lezker - 4/13/11 at 2:26pm
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@lezker: I am not talking about cpu llc, I was talking about cpu-nb llc. These are two different settings. The cpu-nb llc does the same job as cpu llc, only on cpu-northbridge.

To answer your question, yes.. that voltage is very high. But I have seen people use such high voltage to gain outrageous OC. Personally I will never use such a high value because I want to use my cpu for some considerable time without worrying about degradation. So, its just a matter of what you want out of your cpu. Try to fine-tune your OC, you might be able to pull off 24x7 OC of 4GHz with less voltage than that.
    
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Ohh ha, didn't read it well.. Oh well, tried to help. Probably someone will be able to answer your question.
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