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Why do VR's need a Load Line (LL) to power hiigh performace CPU's

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Why do VR's need a Load Line (LL) to power high performace CPU's

I was wondering ;
What is the purpose for using a LL to power high performance CPU's ( i.e. as per Intel's VR12.5 Spec) , and how/why is the "Active Transient Compensator" (or Active Voltage Positioning) used for in VRM's ?
 
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