Originally Posted by Celcoid
G.SKILL is not good for OC'ing.....this may be your problem
I too would like to know your experience with G.Skill. Have a look at my ram listed in sig.
Just a few notes, most 1090T's can reach 4.0GHz with 1.38-1.41v. You may to try 250 x 16 instead of straight multiplier (200 x 20). This will give you more performance. Make sure most items are manually entered in bios and not left on auto (Vcore, CPU/NB voltage, Dram timings, Dram voltage, HT Link Speed and NB Freq) After stabilizing CPU than raise NB Freq as high as possible (2800-3000MHz) where many can run 3000MHz at 1.35-1.4v CPU/NB voltage. Save OCing the ram till last.
All this should be done one area at a time, here's a very good guide http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ing-guide.html
which will help explain "How To" OC plus give you a good path to follow. Take your time and study the link. OCing takes time and lots of testing in between each step. If you want the most out of your system take the time and learn as you go. You'll be a lot happier rather than asking others for their settings. Even systems with identical components will have different needs that only you can find by testing.
If I can help you any further feel free to PM me as I'm always happy to help those that ask. Good luck, and have fun!