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    So using Load line calibration 7 can help? Before had level 6

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    You are near stable system, but for 100% stable you need 0.050v or more and LLC lvl5 or 6. When your whea disappear from event viewer you are stable, but that is only possible if you rise vcore for 0.050v and test. Without 1.360v you can forget stable system. please listen and test and you will see. You can play Metro for 20h per day and if you have 1 whea you are unstable. Whea logger event 19 internal parity error is corrected error, and it is potential BSOD if not corrected.

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    On level 7 LLC realbench stable with 1.305 V ! wow
    On level 6 LLV was bsod or whea. Now i am testing on level 7 1.305v and realbench fine

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    load line calibration level 7 ( on level 6 not stable even with 1.305v in realbench,wheas or bsods )

    Actually load line calibration set to level 7



    So. I have entered in MANUAL VOLTAGE in UEFI: 1.260V. On idle/low load 1.260-1.296v. Realbench 1.305V in test. Temps 92C max. NO bsods,no wheas.



    Any ideas? why on level 7 its fine on this awesome low voltage 1.305 lol

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    Do not use LLC7 at any vcore (bios) higher than 1.250v ! Use LLC6 and a higher bios voltage like 1.35v is much safer! I personally would not use LLC7 any higher than 1.20v bios, and LLC8 any higher than 1.15v bios.

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    1.260V in uefi. realbench 1.305v and its stable. llc 7


    But on llc 3 , 1.340v uefi, realbench 1 sec hang system. Hard reset. I think it goes too low and hangs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lpiotrowski211 View Post
    1.260V in uefi. realbench 1.305v and its stable. llc 7


    But on llc 3 , 1.340v uefi, realbench 1 sec hang system. Hard reset. I think it goes too low and hangs?
    I know English isn't a first language for you, but you really need to listen and stop arguing and start trusting.
    LLC3: 1.340v bios will be about 1.220v at full load (VCC_SENSE measurement). Yes this will crash because you need more voltage. Voltage spikes and dips will be probably only 20mv however. Transient response will be much better. (much tighter voltage regulation).

    **I AM NOT TALKING ABOUT VOLTAGE SENSORS!!!** You can NOT rely on voltage sensors for accurate spikes and droops!
    You must use an Oscilloscope!

    Maximus XI sensors are recalibrated to match VCC_SENSE and VSS_SENSE. Other boards are using SIO or MLCC sensors instead.

    LLC7: 1.310v bios will be about 1.290v at full load. Yes, of course you will be stable. But switch from heavy load to idle, or from idle to heavy load, that 1.290v may become 1.430v for a few microseconds, or 1.20v for a few microseconds. <---1.20v= you will crash with very heavy load. 1.420v = your CPU might very slowly degrade.

    LLC8 is even worse.
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...mino-and-Raja)

    LLC6 is best overall. LLC5 is even better than LLC6 (if you can use bios voltage 1.35v or lower and remain stable). Vdroop is trying to save your CPU.
    Last edited by Falkentyne; 03-10-2019 at 08:17 PM.

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    I was reading about that , and llc on my mobo working not like you said.

    When i enter manual voltage 1.310v in bios. I have 1.375v in load . LLC7
    So i entered 1.260v and have in real bench 1.305 and its stable. LLC7

    When i used LLC5. I entered 1.365V in uefi and on realbench in load 1.315V. LLC6 <idle 1.350V>

    So LLC5 lowering so much voltage on load, when LLC7 making it too much.

    So?


    Bios is updated to 0805.
    Last edited by lpiotrowski211; 03-10-2019 at 08:22 PM.

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    OK i listened to you. So LLC5 now. Voltage in uefi: 1.360V. Idle 1.350v. Game like BFV 1.314v-1.323v. Realbench 1.314v steady.

    So keep it?

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    Wow can't believe you listened to us yes keep that voltage and llc lvl . If whea not appear after testing, change to adaptive 1.340v + offset 0.020v and llc lv5. Do not use new prime95 with this voltage!!! Only test games and realbench.

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