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Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop View Post
More voltage, try 1.4v. Don't blame us if a mosfet blows.
Listen to Devilmaypoop, 1.4v-1.5v is the danger zone for the 890FXA and 790FX mobos...

I personally lost a 790FX with 4.2GHz @ 1.42v
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He talking about the CPUv, which as far as I'm aware has absolutely nothing to do wit the motherboard.
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He talking about the CPUv, which as far as I'm aware has absolutely nothing to do wit the motherboard.
The problem is with the motherboard's low quality VRMs, which regulate power to the CPU, and a higher CPU voltage would make them pop or set them on fire. The 790FX and 890FXA can't handle hexacores with higher voltages.
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I was only running 1.38v. Why was I unstable?
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