Originally Posted by Heidi
0.08V into positive or overall oscillations? Thanks for an info...still got no time to play up with seriously...on that board I had 1090t and F5 worked best from stability point of view...thanks again...
0.08v into the positive so would be you set 1.4v and get 1.48v under stress.
Where on F5 you would of noticed its only 0.02v so 1.4v goes to 1.42v under load.
If your running a 1090t stick to the F5 since F6's cause BF3 BSOD on Phenom 2 X6 chips or alteast it does for my 2 friends running a 1090t and a 1100t. Happens the exact same time like every 2nd game.
Where with F5 they can get though a few games before they crash and again its both at exactly the same time so Im thinking its a BF3 bug with the X6 chips.
But with a FX chip you need F6c for the chip to run properly just its got the massive voltage increase which makes going for high clocks harder since you need to set a lower voltage and windows might not be stable with that voltage but it will be under load from the increase.