Ok, i've been through the forum over and over, read as much as i could, and here is what i'm running into, i'm trying to get a stable OC on a 1090t (amd phenom II 1090t of course) I can get to 3.8ghz with no to minimal voltage increase, but 4.0 ghz needs a ridiculous amount of voltage. It's currently set at 1.475, and that seems high for 4 ghz. For the reference i'm running a stock cooler but i've literally got a large box fan blowing into the side of the computer to keep motherboard and cpu at reasonable temperatures. Reason i'm doing this is i'm getting a corsair h60 next weel, unless directron will actually sell the h100 by that time and then i will be wanting a 24\\7 4.0 ghz, my north bridge is set at 2700, HT link left at 2000 my cpu volt is 1.475, and my nb\\cpu volt is at 1.25, I've not stress tested at these voltages yet as i need that just to boot,any help is appreciated.
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6/2/11 at 9:31pm