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Hello,

I'm new to the forums and kinda new to overclocking.

I can get stable 3.6-3.8Ghz OC but when I'm trying to OC my 1090t to 4.0Ghz with ASrock 890gx Extreme 4 I can't seem to get it stable below 1,475 Vcore, and from what I've seen the Vcore can climb up to 1,56 when stressing.

Case is CM690 and my heatsink is Corator DS. Stressing with prime95 and the temperature rises to around 70c pretty fast, at which point I stop the test.

I got 2 intake fans in front and 1 exhaust in the back of the case.

Bad airflow, faulty heatsink or maybe my bios settings are just screwed. Could use some help anyway, please
post #2 of 15
Keep in mind "62C" is max safe.
What kind of fans do you have on that HSF?
Perhaps a remount is in order.
Should definitely not be that hot with 1.475

Also, turbo core will bump the vcore. It shouldn't magically raise when stressed.
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What heatsink do you have?

I rememeber pulling 1.475 volts on my 1055t and got like 65°c with Hyper 212+
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Need to know what heat sink your useing and thermal compond. And a bit more info about your system would be nice. But yes when stress testing the vcore will rise abit, all my systems do,any were from .4 to .6 in vcore. And if your useing stock heat sink with stock thermal paste-yes your temps could get that high. Let us know.
    
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Keep in mind "62C" is max safe.
What kind of fans do you have on that HSF?
Perhaps a remount is in order.
Should definitely not be that hot with 1.475

Also, turbo core will bump the vcore. It shouldn't magically raise when stressed.
Thanks for replying. I do know that 62c is max safe and that is why I'm worried. Fans are regular CM690 case fans and heatsink has the fan that came with it. I've tried to reseat the heatsink countless times with different amounts of Nexus TMP-1000 compound.

Oh and turbo core is disabled.

This is what I have http://www.coolink-europe.com/en/categories/15_32.html
Edited by Haihari - 6/7/11 at 5:31am
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Okey, you got the stock heatsink? That's why. You need an Aftermarket heatsink.

THIS?


You need something like this or this atleast
Edited by age_ruler1 - 6/7/11 at 5:34am
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Too much volts, too much tim on IHS or bad airflow.

Edit: I didn't saw You have a stock heatsink. For 100% Your stock heatsink causes the temperature problem.
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Okey, you got the stock heatsink? That's why. You need an Aftermarket heatsink.
Dude, he just specified twice that he's using
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Case is CM690 and my heatsink is Corator DS.
I'd at least be looking at a dual fan, push/pull setup.
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Okey, you got the stock heatsink? That's why. You need an Aftermarket heatsink.
No, not stock. I never even used the one that came with my 1090t.
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Holy cow, I most had missed the Cooler. My Mistake.
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