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1090T Over Clocking PLEASE HELP!

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I'm new to over clocking in general, but I'm pretty sure its my memory.

I have a 1090T BE and had the multiplier at x14 and used a BUS speed of 233, and it became unstable. So, i them dropped the multiplier down to x10 to test, once I get to 233 it becomes unstable. Everything for memory is default as well as the voltages and such for my CPU. I think I might have to sue a divider on my memory then put the BUS speed up to even out. But, while reading around I saw that sometimes you need to drop or increase the voltages of the CPU and/or RAM. I don't know what to do, so I'm asking. Please reply.
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because you increased the bus speed without lowering the memory so it became unstable

just try this if it works. multiplier 20x and cpu voltage 1.475v if that is stable then go from there. decrease voltage if necessary etc.
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If you're going to ask for overclocking help, you might want to tell us a bit about your BIOS settings.

But for an easy 4GHz OC, use these settings:
CPU Multi: 20
FSB: 200
NB: 2800MHz @ 1.325V
HT: As close to 2000MHz as you can get it
CPU Vcore: 1.5v

You will want some pretty good cooling for this, as 1.5VCore is a lot. However, this OC will bring your chip to 4GHz even if it is the dudliest of dudliest.

After you complete 20 runs of IBT or 6 hours of Prime, drop the voltage in 0.01 increments, when you are unstable, raise back up to the last good step and you are good to go!

EDIT: Look in my sig, I got to 4.6GHz, you should have no problem hitting 4GHz smile.gif

EDIT EDIT: As to your memory, you can't adjust the FSB without changing RAM speeds, the FSB directly affects the RAM speed.
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