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Asus m5a97 r2.0 LLC problem

Hello everyone,

I have a question about my motherboard Asus m5a97 r2.0. I recently started overclocking my CPU to a higher clock because it's an old one and I want more performance. I started overclocking and I soon came across that I am getting a really big V droop (0.1 V). I found out about LLC (Load Line Calibration) and I said great this is going to help me. However as soon I as enable LLC in UEFI, the system doesn't boot. It doesn't get past the motherboard logo screen. It's really wierd. The thing is this motherboard doesn't allow me to change LLC settings, it's just simple "Enabled", "Disabled" or "Auto".
I can work around this problem with just boosting the voltage into the sky but that is not the way, the CPU is kinda hot when not under stress. The BIOS is not the lastest version, because the lastest version has even more bugs with some people reporting memory problems and more. My BIOS version is 2501, latest is 2603 i think.

Motherboard: Asus m5a97 r2.0
CPU: AMD FX-8350
GPU: AMD R9 280X
Windows 10 version 1909

I appreciate any help, I'm not really that experienced with overclocking yet.

Best regards!
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