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       #451

    My northbridge i only increased by .1 didn't do more then that i used the tweek tool to do it
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       #452

    Okey dokey chap cheers. I'll up that v-core another notch and see where that gets me. Then i'll move onto testing lower cpu/nb v's.
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       #453

    I'm going to test these settings all of you got me wanting to fiddle around now hahaha
    never gotten it stable at this high but we shall see
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       #454

    Hehe gotta play ent ya Good luck

    Vcore set in bios @ 1.468
    Idle 1.452
    Droop @ load 1.428 but can jump to 1.464v
    Am i right in thinking that if i give it even more vcore that it will stop the vdroop aswell as stop it jumping higher? ie a steady voltage.

    Edit: what is the QPI Link in your cpuz for? I've not seen it before.
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       #455

    ganjiry said:
    Hehe gotta play ent ya Good luck

    Vcore set in bios @ 1.468
    Idle 1.452
    Droop @ load 1.428 but can jump to 1.464v
    Am i right in thinking that if i give it even more vcore that it will stop the vdroop aswell as stop it jumping higher? ie a steady voltage.

    Edit: what is the QPI Link in your cpuz for? I've not seen it before.
    you should be using the load line if it is drooping im afraid you might need to take a look on what is causing it because when the llc is on it shouldn't drop at all or by 1 if any
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       #456

    I am chap. Cpu llc high and cpu/nb llc is regular. I shall try n figure it out though but am at a bit of a loss now lol.
    Cheers chap
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       #457

    ganjiry said:
    I am chap. Cpu llc high and cpu/nb llc is regular. I shall try n figure it out though but am at a bit of a loss now lol.
    Cheers chap
    I have both LLC on high so i don't know if that makes a difference or not
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       #458

    I did have the cpu/nb llc on high but it was letting the voltage rise to 1.310 at times and i didn't really want it that high.
    I've been scouring google on the issue. It's not actually v droop as its just random drops but it's common on this boards llc. Going by other posts around the net other people found that both regular and high llc allow these little drops but ultra high stops them.
    I'm too tired to think straight now but will check it out later. Thinking back before i ever changed the llc from default i never got this problem.
    I also came across a post refering to the bios chip on this board. On some of the earlier boards with a bios version before 07## the bios chip was alegedly faulty and had problems with the llc. Mine did have a very early bios version 03## but how much truth there is to it i don't know.
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    How did your 4.8 work out chap?
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       #459

    ganjiry said:
    I did have the cpu/nb llc on high but it was letting the voltage rise to 1.310 at times and i didn't really want it that high.
    I've been scouring google on the issue. It's not actually v droop as its just random drops but it's common on this boards llc. Going by other posts around the net other people found that both regular and high llc allow these little drops but ultra high stops them.
    I'm too tired to think straight now but will check it out later. Thinking back before i ever changed the llc from default i never got this problem.
    I also came across a post refering to the bios chip on this board. On some of the earlier boards with a bios version before 07## the bios chip was alegedly faulty and had problems with the llc. Mine did have a very early bios version 03## but how much truth there is to it i don't know.
    Rage3D.com : AMD Bulldozer - FX 8150 Performance Review [ Overclocking ]

    How did your 4.8 work out chap?
    It wasn';t stable and i don't want to start going extreme settings i think one of the reasons is my PSU might be almost at max because i have 2x 7970's that are clocked pretty darn high 1125/1575 and a normal oc of 4.7 im sure im drawing close to that 800 w i was debating should i bet a higher psu like a 1200w corsair and see if it can shoot to the magic 5 Ghz
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       #460

    Better luck next time aye. Yeah that is asking quite a bit from an 850w psu enit chap. I doubt you'll ever need 1200w unless you add more gpu's. Saying that though, better safe than sorry
    I'll suss my llc today and see what i can do to stop those drops now i've had some sleep.
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