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Are all my temperatures and voltages acceptable and would you suggest any changes. At the time this image was taken room temperature is 78F and all CPU, GPU cores have been at 100% load for 24+ hours.

In the image below I believe TMPIN0 = CPU socket, TMPIN1 = Mosfets, TMPIN2 = Mobo.
CPU voltage in Bio's = 1.37, not sure why it jumps to around 1.45 with CPU Core at 3.8 GHz
CPU-NB Voltage = 1.170 with NB at 2400 MHz.

With these settings my computer seems to be completely stable, but am always looking to improve.

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Are all my temperatures and voltages acceptable and would you suggest any changes. At the time this image was taken room temperature is 78F and all CPU, GPU cores have been at 100% load for 24+ hours.

In the image below I believe TMPIN0 = CPU socket, TMPIN1 = Mosfets, TMPIN2 = Mobo.
CPU voltage in Bio's = 1.37, not sure why it jumps to around 1.45 with CPU Core at 3.8 GHz
CPU-NB Voltage = 1.170 with NB at 2400 MHz.

With these settings my computer seems to be completely stable, but am always looking to improve.

http://imageshack.us/f/855/unledzkw.jpg
1.37 bios set Vcore sounds about right (1.45 seems slightly high for 3.8) the increase may be LLC.

CPU/NB of 1.17v looks good for 2400MHz.

As for temps I'm not aware of a sensor for Mosfet temps, and to find out you can either wait for another member with more knowledge of free version description of temps, or compare the temps in your bios to what is showing in HWMonitor and get your answer that way. I know it'll show CPU socket temp, Motherboard temp, and maybe NB temp depending on the mobo. I would investigate this further to be sure. That's my best answer for temps as I'm running the Pro version and have forgotten how the free version reads sorry.

Improvements to make,
1st. lower HT Link Speed to 2000MHz +/- 100MHz

2nd. try raising NB Freq to 2800-3000MHz these two items will increase performance you can feel. Test differences between the two (current and proposed settings) with MaxxMem II and read memory score.

3rd. After you figure out temps, try running Ref Clock at 250 and CPU multiplier at 15-15.5. (3750-3875MHz) this will also get your NB Freq up to 3000MHz and your Ram Freq to 1672MHz. Just be sure to keep your HT Link at 2000MHz.

I strongly recommend you figure out what temps you're running before going any further.
 
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1.37 bios set Vcore sounds about right (1.45 seems slightly high for 3.8) the increase may be LLC.

CPU/NB of 1.17v looks good for 2400MHz.

As for temps I'm not aware of a sensor for Mosfet temps, and to find out you can either wait for another member with more knowledge of free version description of temps, or compare the temps in your bios to what is showing in HWMonitor and get your answer that way. I know it'll show CPU socket temp, Motherboard temp, and maybe NB temp depending on the mobo. I would investigate this further to be sure. That's my best answer for temps as I'm running the Pro version and have forgotten how the free version reads sorry.

Improvements to make,
1st. lower HT Link Speed to 2000MHz +/- 100MHz

2nd. try raising NB Freq to 2800-3000MHz these two items will increase performance you can feel. Test differences between the two (current and proposed settings) with MaxxMem II and read memory score.

3rd. After you figure out temps, try running Ref Clock at 250 and CPU multiplier at 15-15.5. (3750-3875MHz) this will also get your NB Freq up to 3000MHz and your Ram Freq to 1672MHz. Just be sure to keep your HT Link at 2000MHz.

I strongly recommend you figure out what temps you're running before going any further.
Thank you for your input. I tweaked my system for quite some time and got it stable with new setting's. Let me know what you think of these. (temp's are the same)

CPU 3.81 GHz 254 x15. 1.37v (was 3.8 GHz 200 x19 1.37v) Voltage still jumping with high loads.
HT 2032 MHz (was 2600 MHz)
NB 3048 MHz 1.3v (was 2400 MHz 1.17v)
Memory 1693 MHz 7-10-10-24 CR 1T (was 1600 MHz 7-10-10-24 CR 1T)
Edited by Scooter31 - 5/28/11 at 2:44am
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Thank you for your input. I tweaked my system for quite some time and got it stable with new setting's. Let me know what you think of these. (temp's are the same)

CPU 3.81 GHz 254 x15. 1.37v (was 3.8 GHz 200 x19 1.37v) Voltage still jumping with high loads.
HT 2032 MHz (was 2600 MHz)
NB 3048 MHz 1.3v (was 2400 MHz 1.17v)
Memory 1693 MHz 7-10-10-24 CR 1T (was 1600 MHz 7-10-10-24 CR 1T)
All that's left would be to make sure it's stable. Can you run Prime95 (12-24 hrs)? Stability is most important. You could also run ITB on "HIGH" for 20 passes and some LinX for 25-50 passes to make sure. If it passes all this and temps hold, start raising the CPU multiplier and retest. Most 1090T's can run a 4.0 with about 1.39-1.41v Vcore (or slightly higher on your mobo). Just make sure what you currently have is completely stable first, and figure out what temps are so you know.

You should see a lot more performance with these current settings (post a snip of MaxxMem memory score)
 
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