I recently updated the bios on my Asus Strix X370-F from the September build to the most recent and have been toying around with my overclock. With the September bios my R7 1700 needed 1.3875v with LLC level 5 to run stable at 3.8ghz with my ram at DDR4 3200. With the new bios, I was able to run 1.3875v with LLC level 1 @ 3.8ghz /DDR4 3200 Prime95 stable. During stress testing (realbench and Prime95 26.6) I noticed my voltage dropped to 1.325v as reported in HWinfo which got me thinking about setting my LLC to 5 and set voltage to 1.325v and test for stability (currently about an hour into it now.) Im just curious to get a general consensus on load line calibration on ryzen. Is running a higher level of LLC with a lower voltage better or worse in terms of longevity compared to a lower level of LLC with a higher voltage?