Originally Posted by skline00
ZOXZX: Did you increase the clock multiplier on the 1090T or did you increase the front side bus? The reason I ask is I just got this MB for my 1100T (BIOS 813) and I disabled the turbo and let the OC in the BIOS do it's magic. It kept the multiplier at AUTO(16.5) but bumped the FSB to 233 for an effective rate of 3844. Are your settings 20 multiplier x 200FSB or some other combo?
Avoid auto OC from BIOS :-)
Multi to 20 with 200 HT is my setup.
If you don't plan running RAM over 1600 MHz, it's easier just to up multi.
One looses CnQ but K10stat comes to rescue :-)
Try 705 BIOS as it requires less volts for equal clock.
Nothing wrong with FSB ocing, but haven't done it since I have troubles running 16GB at 8-8-8 1T over 1800 MHz.
I've done somewhat interesting SATA/RAID testing ...
Don't have time to write all info now, but long story short:
705 BIOS, RAID 5 and 1 tested.
avoid running SB950 in any kind of RAID mode.
For SSD's AHCI is faster than IDE,
for disks it is slower until AMD AHCI drivers are installed.
JMicron controller runs faster without drivers installed.Edited by ZOXZX - 1/25/12 at 1:31pm