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Hi guys I recently bought a 1090T and its great Anyway I was reading something about power phases and some motherboards frying after overclocking and I just want to know is my mobo safe to OC with?

Also I have read some stuff about overclocking and in some cases you have to increase the northbridge voltage to overclock the CPU. My northbrdige temp is always at 79-78c (this might be a bug since everybody has the same temp on this mobo)

Are there any good simple tutorials on getting started on overclocking?. I read a few guides but I cant make sense of them

Thanks
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Your motherboard wont fry, as it's a 8+2 phase and Gigabyte, who have excellent mosfets. That NB thing might be a bug if everyone has the same.

For starters are you on stock cooler? If you are, download Prime95 and run Small FFT's test for 10 minutes and monitor your socket temperature(not core temperature, they are off with Thubans) and report it to us. That way we can get a hang how much headroom you have.
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Your motherboard wont fry, as it's a 8+2 phase and Gigabyte, who have excellent mosfets. That NB thing might be a bug if everyone has the same.

For starters are you on stock cooler? If you are, download Prime95 and run Small FFT's test for 10 minutes and monitor your socket temperature(not core temperature, they are off with Thubans) and report it to us. That way we can get a hang how much headroom you have.


These max temps look OK? I am using the stock cooler
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Uh oh, not really, seeing how the cores are at 52c and the offset is around 10c, so you're at the 62c maximum recommended safe voltage. I suggest you get an aftermarket cooler, like Coolermaster Hyper 212+ so you can overclock.

EDIT: Those temps would be caused by your motherboard overcompensating on your CPU voltage, which seems to be around 1.44v. Usually you can run stock around 1.25v or so.
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Uh oh, not really, seeing how the cores are at 52c and the offset is around 10c, so you're at the 62c maximum recommended safe voltage. I suggest you get an aftermarket cooler, like Coolermaster Hyper 212+ so you can overclock.

EDIT: Those temps would be caused by your motherboard overcompensating on your CPU voltage, which seems to be around 1.44v. Usually you can run stock around 1.25v or so.
How exactly do I change the voltage in the BIOS? Is it safe to do so?

Edit: I found the voltage settings in the BIOS. Do I just change the CPU voltage to 1.25V?
Edited by Tdawg2k10 - 4/28/11 at 1:17pm
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Here's a real good thread to help get you started http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html
read/study just one section at a time as you learn your bios.

Is your rig OC'd now? If not, 1.44v Vcore is crazy high for stock. A 1090T can hit 4.0GHz with 1.375 - 1.4v Vcore. Make sure if your bios has CPU Voltage set on auto to manually lower it. Try running 1.275 - 1.3v.
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Cheers just lowered the voltage to 1.30V and the temps lowered greatly
Is the voltage reading in HWmonitor wrong? Its displaying as 141.6 V

Are there any disadvantages to the lowered voltage like a decease in processing power?


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post #8 of 14
That's your watts, not your voltage .

Scroll up a bit to Vcore! That's what we're looking at.

your processor will draw the wattage that it's rated at, mine is drawing the same.

Edit: I'd be happy to help you out - this was the first processor I overclocked and I got some great results out of it. Send me a PM or ask some questions here and I'll watch the thread!
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It is still an unheatsinked MOSFET... I'm pretty sure within 80 degrees max VRM temp (VRM is TMPIN2) you are safe (it's a quality 8+2 that probably features OCP), but that is pretty high, consider getting some cooling on there i.e. a fan if you can
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Cheers just lowered the voltage to 1.30V and the temps lowered greatly
Is the voltage reading in HWmonitor wrong? Its displaying as 141.6 V

Are there any disadvantages to the lowered voltage like a decease in processing power?

No, lowering voltage will not decrease performance! Helps add to stability by producing less heat which is your enemy. Less is more in this case. You can also investigate running Cool & Quiet which will lower Vcore and CPU temp at idle without affecting performance. I run it on my rig always!

Next step might be to upgrade the cooler if you plan to OC, (as xd1771 says) add some heat sinks to the Mosfits (Enzotech) along with an internal fan (perhaps mounted to the back side of the optical drive bays) and direct some better air flow over the same area. I have a few pics if your interested and would be glad to show/help if have the need. Feel free to PM if interested.
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