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    Default Re: To LLC or not to LLC

    on the ud3 cpu voltage is going to be lower than what u actually set in bios .
    As you get closer to 1.4v or if u go over that the voltage difference will decrease.
    llc enabled reduces the difference .
    IF you can get your desired overclock at say 1.36V in bios without llc enabled and just using the standard intel vdroop profile great.
    If you need to increase the v to 1.4v in bios to get a clock u can achieve with 1.38v in bios and llc enabled Id say use llc.
    Vtt just leave it at or below vcore in bios,you cant really guess what vdroop is going to be,if you want drop it down to the cpu-z shown voltage and try it ,if it works great,if not bring it back up again.

    yeh if you left auto settings on the board you would get very high term voltage.

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    Default Re: To LLC or not to LLC

    You won't be able to measure the kind of voltage spikes produced by LLC with a piece of software, you'll need to set up an oscilloscope and hook it up to the MOSFETS on the board. The spikes are there, regardless of any voltage graphs seen in OCCT or anything else. It's inevitable that this will happen with LLC on. Like I say, you're circumventing a specific safety feature designed to keep Vcore at or below what is set in the BIOS. with LLC on, your Vcore will be spiking above what you have set and also above the voltage any software/mobo PC Health Screen will be reporting.
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