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Kyren July 1, 2011 11:13 PM

need help with 1090t overclock
 
hello, im trying to oc my 1090 to 4ghz and i keep running into bsod's with in the first few minutes of prime 95

system is 1090t on a c4f mobo, 8gigs, corsair dominator ram, 1600 mhz @ 6-8-6-24 t2

cup ratio: 20.0
CPU bus freq: 200

cpu\nb freq: 2800
ht link: 2600
cpu pwm : auto
CPU LLC: auto
Cpu/nb llc : auto

cpu volt: 1.4
cpu/nb volt : 1.51
is there any more info you need or anything im doing wrong?

_dangtx_ July 1, 2011 11:22 PM

drop htt bus by 1


creek up slowly and see which one lasts longer(work the multi only)

drop your ltd a bit

not sure all can do 4 gigs on such low(1.4) voltage ;)

and welcome aboard!

Kyren July 1, 2011 11:31 PM

have to excuse me for my ignorence of accronyms, still new to overclocking.
ITD?

and how much more should i bump up the voltage?


and thanks :P

Silvgearx July 2, 2011 12:01 AM

I think it is a ram problem.

6-8-6 is asking too much, set it back to default 8-8-8


And that CPU NB volts seems high. Try to stay under 1.4V

You most likely need 1.45v ish to hit 4ghz


Drop your HT link from 13 -> 12 is what dan meant.

terrybear July 6, 2011 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyren (Post 529583)
hello, im trying to oc my 1090 to 4ghz and i keep running into bsod's with in the first few minutes of prime 95

system is 1090t on a c4f mobo, 8gigs, corsair dominator ram, 1600 mhz @ 6-8-6-24 t2

cup ratio: 20.0
CPU bus freq: 200

cpu\nb freq: 2800
ht link: 2600
cpu pwm : auto
CPU LLC: auto
Cpu/nb llc : auto

cpu volt: 1.4
cpu/nb volt : 1.51
is there any more info you need or anything im doing wrong?

Hello user whom is a 1/2 hour away from me. :thumb:

I own the chip & i got 4 ghz easy by doin as you have listed accept as follows:

cup ratio: 20.0
CPU bus freq: 200

cpu\nb freq: 2400
ht link: 2600
cpu pwm : auto
CPU LLC: auto
Cpu/nb llc : auto

cpu volt: 1.45
cpu/nb volt : 1.41

You will need at least 1.45v on the cpu cores themselves, default the rest of your settings, then once your multi is set to 20x work on your cpu/nb frequency bumping it up till its not stable. thats how I have mine as seen in the following pics:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ear/cpuoc1.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ear/cpuoc2.jpg

Hope that helps you some. :thumb:

terrybear July 23, 2011 12:56 PM

Well ?

MARSTG October 4, 2011 06:04 PM

can you reach 4 GHz stable with the stock cpu cooler?

supaflyx3 October 4, 2011 07:13 PM

I would say no... :l

techman95 October 4, 2011 08:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MARSTG (Post 554791)
can you reach 4 GHz stable with the stock cpu cooler?

not possible unless your in an industrial freezer, at stock my 1090 was at 40c idle and 60c load it was terrible but now with my v6 on there it idles at 27c and load in the 40's to 50's depending on ambient

uwish October 7, 2011 01:58 PM

I am stable @ 4 Ghz, all I did was up my CPU ratio (done in windows with the ASUS M5A99X MB) to 17 and then upped my core voltage to 1.38125. Runs fine with Venomous X RT CPU cooler.

Not having any stability issues here. I keep my bus speed the same that way I don't have to worry about my 1333 RAM.


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