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    I've just reduced my vcore from 1.365v LLC3 to 1.230v using LLC7. Cinebenched 5 times and not a hiccup!! I'm gonna keep dropping my vcore till it gets unstable but 5GHz @ 1.230v LLC7 is pretty darn impressive! And I still think I'll go a bit lower too but I got bored lol. Temps have improved but only slightly, im now idling at around 20c and load is 68c-75c.

    I'll carry on tomorrow and let u guys know my final overclock!
    Last edited by evo4ever86; 02-01-2019 at 06:14 PM.

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    Ok I carried on my little endeavour to try and get my vcore as low as possible while still maintaining 5GHz. I finally found the lowest I can go and its 1.220v with LLC7! My temps have dropped slightly too, im now getting around 18c idle and 65-72 full load!

    I ran Cinebench 5 times to make sure and ill use other stress tests on AIDA64. Anyone think this is a good achievement?

    I might try and get 5.1GHz working again with some help from LLC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by evo4ever86 View Post
    Ok I carried on my little endeavour to try and get my vcore as low as possible while still maintaining 5GHz. I finally found the lowest I can go and its 1.220v with LLC7! My temps have dropped slightly too, im now getting around 18c idle and 65-72 full load!

    I ran Cinebench 5 times to make sure and ill use other stress tests on AIDA64. Anyone think this is a good achievement?

    I might try and get 5.1GHz working again with some help from LLC.
    Sounds great But be aware that LLC7 might be overshooting some serious voltage when your CPU load is changing. I probably wouldn't go towards LLC8

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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array mdzcpa PC Specs
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    Some droop is a very good idea for a daily system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    Does z270-370-390 even have a input voltage setting in bios ?
    It would be kind of tough to measure llc effects without that wouldn't it.

    On x99-x299 both have input voltages and show in hwinfo... and llc can be measured by max/ min vccin
    Without vccin how would one measure the effects of llc
    You're mixing platforms together. Loadline is for vcore on this platform.

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    ROG Member Array evo4ever86 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eclipt View Post
    Sounds great But be aware that LLC7 might be overshooting some serious voltage when your CPU load is changing. I probably wouldn't go towards LLC8


    LLC7 is the highest on my mobo (Maximus X Hero Z370)

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    ROG Member Array evo4ever86 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdzcpa View Post
    Some droop is a very good idea for a daily system.
    I looked at your system specs and I noticed you've got a 9900K. what are they like? what CPU did u have before it? I was gonna get one to replace my 8700K but im wondering whether its worth it.

    U also mentioned "droop" would does that mean? Sorry for the noobism im not normally this bad lol.

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array rjbarker PC Specs
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    Personally Id stick to LLC 5 or 6 and adjust vCore based on that....I think you'll find that BSOD's will come fairly frequently as you try other Stress / Bench tests other than Cinebench .....Give Realbench a go as well as Intel Extreme Tuning Utility......I fly through Cinebench then hit these ones and all bets are off

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
    Hi,
    Does z270-370-390 even have a input voltage setting in bios ?
    It would be kind of tough to measure llc effects without that wouldn't it.

    On x99-x299 both have input voltages and show in hwinfo... and llc can be measured by max/ min vccin
    Without vccin how would one measure the effects of llc


    The mainstream platforms utilise an external dc converter, and don't have an internal dc-dc regulator for core voltage. Electrically, it’s just a voltage rail, so you’d probe it the same way you would vccin. Both have loadline calibration settings, and both can be monitored. Nothing different about it in that regard.
    Last edited by Raja@ASUS; 02-04-2019 at 04:52 PM.

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