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post #101 of 198
if you are stable in everything else (cpu stress test program) I would
eliminate any software problems with 3DMark Vantage itself by run
Vantage with your cpu at stock settings to make sure nothing got corrupted.

What kind of error do you get in Vantage?
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I checked it at stock and 3686. both work perfect. and i get a bsod 124. which is voltage related
post #103 of 198
try dropping you cpu multiplier to make sure it is the cpu limiting you not
your motherboard or ram setting causing instability. This can happen when
overclocking using Reference clock vs multiplier.

Please post you settings that you are trying to get stable.
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post #104 of 198
I did some testing of the CPU-NB 1090T @ 2Ghz, 2.4Ghz, 2.6Ghz and 2.8Ghz. As you can see, there is very little improvement when going from 2.6Ghz to 2.8Ghz which isn't even worth it.

2Ghz
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2.4Ghz
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2.6Ghz
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2.8Ghz
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post #105 of 198
cpu- 280 x 13.5 (3780mhz) @1.425
nb- 2800 @ 1.275
ram- 1493 (9-9-9-24) @ 1.5
ht link- 1960

i'll try lowering the multi tomorrow morning.
post #106 of 198
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cpu- 280 x 13.5 (3780mhz) @1.425
nb- 2800 @ 1.275
ram- 1493 (9-9-9-24) @ 1.5
ht link- 1960

i'll try lowering the multi tomorrow morning.

It'd be better if you lowered the frequency of the ram to 1333mhz and the timings to 8-8-8-22. Anything over 1333mhz and you won't notice a difference. Phenom 2 perform better with lower timings.
post #107 of 198
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It'd be better if you lowered the frequency of the ram to 1333mhz and the timings to 8-8-8-22. Anything over 1333mhz and you won't notice a difference. Phenom 2 perform better with lower timings.

Lower my timings or frequency? I have not over/underclocked this ram before. I could just try lowering the timings without dropping frequency if you think that'd be better.
post #108 of 198
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Lower my timings or frequency? I have not over/underclocked this ram before. I could just try lowering the timings without dropping frequency if you think that'd be better.

Lower both, your ram frequency to 1333mhz and your timings to 8-8-8-22 for better performance. My ram is 1600mhz but I underclocked it to 1333mhz so I could lower the timings to 8-8-8-22.
post #109 of 198
ASRock 890FX Deluxe: Comprehensive Motherboard Review & Investigation of Thuban Performance Scaling
http://www.anandtech.com/show/3877/asrock-890fx-deluxe-full-review-and-an-investigation-of-thuban-performance-scaling/7










The 1st and only time a "professional" review site did a proper test on overclocking the modern AMD platform.
By professional I mean gets hardware for free from manufacture and sells ad spaces. I find smaller review sites
that have to buy their own hardware do a much better job in reviewing and don't have to worry about pissing off anybody.


The Importance of Northbridge Overclocking with the Phenom II
http://www.overclockers.com/the-importance-of-northbridge-overclocking-with-the-phenom-ii/
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I did some testing of the CPU-NB 1090T @ 2Ghz, 2.4Ghz, 2.6Ghz and 2.8Ghz. As you can see, there is very little improvement when going from 2.6Ghz to 2.8Ghz which isn't even worth it.
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2Ghz
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2.4Ghz
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2.6Ghz
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2.8Ghz
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I think the conclusion should rather be that staying at 2.6Ghz is not worth it. Jumping from 2.4 to 2.8 is almost similar to jumping from 2 to 2.4.
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