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So my MSI z77a-g45 was letting me run 4.5ghz @ v1.320 (v1.335 bios) 24/7 smooth.. i can remember most the settings off the top of my head but

now on this gigabyte motherboard, it doenst have some of the same settings, some have other names, and when i set to v1.335 in bios im at v1.332 in windows

Is anyone experience with GIGABYTE Z77-UD3H motherboards and i7-2600k overclocks?

any help would be much appreciated, i really jsut need to go back and forth between settings and im hoping someone can help me more than the user manual can
 

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That is because the MSI mosfets were inefecient and had vdroop, which is when your BIOS volts is diffrente from your CPuz. The gbyte is better so not as much voltage is needed

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That is because the MSI mosfets were inefecient and had vdroop, which is when your BIOS volts is diffrente from your CPuz. The gbyte is better so not as much voltage is needed

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thanks, yeah i didnt mind vdroop considering i can control it

now i have this GB motherboard where all the motherboard settings are "low standard extreme ultra turbo" and i dont know how to create a stable overclock, im going to have to read dozens of sites, blogs, reviews, and youtube videos along side with hoping someone has an i7 and ud3h here who wants to save me the trouble he went through.

its not my first time around the overclockblock ,its just i really dont know how to familiarize myself with these settings and then they dont even have voltage levels, or a tooltip to EXPLAIN what the difference from their "turbo to extreme" is ... bit scarry i dont want to blow this board away within 2 days
 

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LLC makes the load vcore match idle vcore, so instead of ie- 1.3v drooping to 1.28v under load, it keeps it around 1.3v.

You will have to experiment
 

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LLC makes the load vcore match idle vcore, so instead of ie- 1.3v drooping to 1.28v under load, it keeps it around 1.3v.

You will have to experiment
i understand, but is it safer to put it on extreme and have it hit .338 or put it on turbo and let it drop to .308, obviously i know the lower vcore might cause stability issues in stresstest situations but should i just lower the vcore so when extreem works it goes to .320 instead of .320 stable to .338 ultra volted? O_O
 
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