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Old 02-09-2019, 03:04 PM
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The first thing I noticed is the Load Line Calibration Level. I don't have a MSI board, so I need to know the range of selectable options (1-10, 1-4, etc.), but 2 seems low. While the maximum level is usually not desirable for daily use, you probably do need the next to highest LLC level to keep things in line. I am at similar settings on an Asus Code X. Their scale is 1-7 and I am at 6. Dropping to 5 will crash me within hours, despite never crashing at 6 in more than a year.

As far as the upper limit goes, when you've reached it, you've reached it. Almost nothing is linear at the end game and you do see specimens that might clock really well up to 1.xx, then suddenly can't hold themselves just on the other side.
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