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    Quote Originally Posted by julianNL View Post
    Of course, I tried all LLC levels, but with ANY form of LLC enabled I can't reliably boot past 4.4 Ghz. Level 7 had the least voltage variation for me, but it was still almost 0.1 V difference between the lowest and the highest value (because of vdroop and spikes)! And no I did not miss a digit there: really 0.1V!

    I run 45 min LynX runs because that is required be the OC-competition that I am in.

    BTW, right now @ 4.9 Ghz @ 1,500V I have a vdroop of 0.024V and spikes of 0,05V. So the voltage bounces around 0,075 volts. That's just terrible =/ If I want to go higher I have to up the VCore because of the bad vdroop, but that results in spikes that are just plain dangerous. Also, the vdroop becomes 0.036V at higher voltages.

    So, eagerly awaiting a new bios! Must say that I'm not to confident the issue will be fixed tho =/
    The old LLC2 (not multistep) never had that type of spike...it was always idle 0.012v above bios setting and load 0.012v above idle....

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    F9 was released for the the GA-EP45-DS3L in September. It resolves an S3 sleep issue. Link is currently for F8.

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    LLC level 2 is way more than that Falkentyne, like 0.1-0.15 above what you set in the BIOS and then 0.25-0.4 above that under load. Last time I tried it anyway, seemed way too much and so I always suggest Level 1, of course I only checked with it at higher voltages like 1.4+ I think, so it might not set so much at a lower value.

    I'll let you guys know what I hear back, and don't worry JulianNL, if I don't hear anything back within a few weeks I'll ask for an update and see about getting some selected beta BOISes with the old style back no matter what their conclusions on testing was. Hopefully they;ll fix the current spikes, or put out a few BIOSes with old style LLC. Did you guys try the latest round yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    BIOS F10a.
    cheers mate but thats what i am running, its fine with 4x2gb sticks at that speed but as soon as i swap them out for my 2 sticks of redlines it gets flakey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    LLC level 2 is way more than that Falkentyne, like 0.1-0.15 above what you set in the BIOS and then 0.25-0.4 above that under load. Last time I tried it anyway, seemed way too much and so I always suggest Level 1, of course I only checked with it at higher voltages like 1.4+ I think, so it might not set so much at a lower value.

    I'll let you guys know what I hear back, and don't worry JulianNL, if I don't hear anything back within a few weeks I'll ask for an update and see about getting some selected beta BOISes with the old style back no matter what their conclusions on testing was. Hopefully they;ll fix the current spikes, or put out a few BIOSes with old style LLC. Did you guys try the latest round yet?
    Thanks again!!

    Had only 15 minutes last night to play with 7c for the UD7-B3, tried booting 4,4 Ghz, 1,4V LLC level 6 just to test the voltage swing at that level, but just gave me bootloops =/. I'll try again tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Keep at it, you'll find the sweet spot!
    Haha there is no sweet spot! To much voltage variation....

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