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Thread: ga-p55 usb3 rev 2 with i5 750 and hyper 212+




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    Default Re: ga-p55 usb3 rev 2 with i5 750 and hyper 212+

    All llc does is stop the CPU voltage from dropping when under load,you can either enable it and take off voltage in dvid or disable it and dont take off voltage in dvid,either way will be the same,just try and see which way is best regarding stability/temps
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    Default Re: ga-p55 usb3 rev 2 with i5 750 and hyper 212+

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkling View Post
    Ok wazza, thanks for your help i will try once i get home.

    Last thing about LLC and Vcore. I came to a pretty solid conclusion with yesterdays testing. Having LLC disabled i am somehow limited to adjust VCORE to lower values, meaning that having LLC Disabled and CPU VCORE on Normal it gives me readings of maximum 1.2640V used on load although my cpu VID is 1.30625V. So with LLC Disabled i have to let the DVID on +0.00000 otherwise i have issues. So basically i have to chose whether to let LLC drop the vcore or have it on AUTO and lower the vcore manually with -DVID. I see you clock with LLC Disabled so i will follow the same route. After all it uses less so i do not have to adjust anything.
    LLC is made just for that, to keep the same vcore at idle and under load.
    Leaving vcore auto (assuming for OC) is gambling since you don't know what it will be set to, or if it changes with BIOS versions.
    Having DVID is almost equivalent to LLC, with the difference that we don't know when is it being applied, so it may be applied under small load when not all of it needed.
    Basically you can achive the same target vcore needed under load with it or without it. If you use DVID it may be needed to have vcore a bt higher for the higher minimum frequency.

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