Load-Line Calibration is a way of telling your motherboard to feed your CPU more voltage to make up for the some that is inevitably lost (as vibration/heat) when it is under load. That's why you sometimes read that someone has their Vcore set to, say, 1.4, but then their actual reading ends up being 1.35. That's the loss in voltage. LLC helps to compensate for that. If you're experiencing such a drop, you may have to bump up the LLC.
thanks again, im not experiencing any of these drops so i think ill leave it disabled. what about lowering the cache voltage? should i lower it 0.01 volts from the Vcore or will it not make much difference?