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Thread: I7 on X58A-UD7 help




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    Default Re: I7 on X58A-UD7 help

    I'm sure its 18x.
    Can't really remember (using nvidia gpu though) but I did some changes which I'll post later. And its running prime 7hrs and going.

    On the 'Load Line Calibration' settings its fine to leave is as disabled or would you suggest 'level 1' or 'level 2' (there's no enable).
    This is because when I set it to 'level 2' it got BSoD sooner than on disable probably due to Vdrop.
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    Default Re: I7 on X58A-UD7 help

    Then you may want to test x16 or x17, or try voltage adjustments to keep using x18


    Sorry about LLC, I would suggest Level 1, level 2 increases Vcore under load and Level 1 acts like older LLC control where it just keeps the droop to a minimum

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    Default Re: I7 on X58A-UD7 help

    BSoD after 12hours.
    I'll try tweaking the voltages again after I've changed LLC to level 1.

    Seeing as I used to use 1.35 Vcore with LLC disabled, would that mean I could use less Vcore if LLC is enabled due to less Vdroop?

    Edit: Changed Vcore from 1.35 to 1.325 and changed LLC to level 1 and prime been running 19hours.
    Last edited by Leungwk01; 12-10-2009 at 11:30 PM.
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    Default Re: I7 on X58A-UD7 help

    Yes, you could possibly use less, but since you are still having issues you may need more anyway though, so I would leave it for now.

    Ohh sorry, I read as a reply! Looks like it was fine lower then eh, nice to see you got it stable for now! Keep tweaking, and good luck.

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