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Ok i just bought a 1090t. I put 1.55 volts and 4.4 it bsod. I backed it down to 4.3 blue screen. I backed it to 4.2 blue screen. Now im at 4.1 1.55v and going to try to see if this is stable. Any suggestions? thanks.


PS my temps with 4.2 prime95 were like 46c at load and it blue screened.
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It's blue screening because it probably needs more voltage, has nothing to do with heat. What are your current overclock settings? Also, I would be dropping that 1600 ram to 1333 and set it to cl9. Work on your processor first, then your ram.
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Increase your CPU PLL voltage a little to increase Stability also what is your northbridge at?
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It's blue screening because it probably needs more voltage, has nothing to do with heat. What are your current overclock settings? Also, I would be dropping that 1600 ram to 1333 and set it to cl9. Work on your processor first, then your ram.
i put the ram to the slowest 1333 and it bsod at 1.55 volts the cpu. i dont wanna go over 1.55 :/. i got a 4.1 stable at 1.48v. if i go above 4.1 it BSOD no matter what.
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Increase your CPU PLL voltage a little to increase Stability also what is your northbridge at?

Whats cpu pll? i got it to 2800 on auto volt. If i try 3000 it doesnt post.
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Try setting your cpu/nb at 2700ish, keep your HT Link as close to 2000 (always) and raise your cpu/nb voltage to 1.35 and move up or down from there. I say try getting your cpu/nb clock stable first then work on your cpu. Sometimes giving hte cpu/nb more voltage can help.
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Try setting your cpu/nb at 2700ish, keep your HT Link as close to 2000 (always) and raise your cpu/nb voltage to 1.35 and move up or down from there. I say try getting your cpu/nb clock stable first then work on your cpu. Sometimes giving hte cpu/nb more voltage can help.
im stable at 2800 right now.
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Take it one thing at a time so you can diagnose what isnt working. CPU-NB should be at 2000mhz to start. Work on CPU OC first. Try maybe 4.0 at around 1.475v with everything else at stock. Also on a lot of boards the 1090T HT link defaults at 2600mhz, make sure thats at 2000mhz as well. Dont use auto on cpu-nb volts as well. Try 1.35v-1.4v

I actually did memory and cpu-nb first then worked on cpu.
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Normal CPU PLL voltage is normaly at 2.500 volts I have mine at 2.580 volts it gave me a better OC and improved Stability.Also like the other member posted it is very important to keep you HT as close to 2000 MHz as you can.
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Take it one thing at a time so you can diagnose what isnt working. CPU-NB should be at 2000mhz to start. Work on CPU OC first. Try maybe 4.0 at around 1.475v with everything else at stock. Also on a lot of boards the 1090T HT link defaults at 2600mhz, make sure thats at 2000mhz as well. Dont use auto on cpu-nb volts as well. Try 1.35v-1.4v

I actually did memory and cpu-nb first then worked on cpu.
Sometime increasing the cpu/nb clock and voltage can help the cpu overclock. And yes you should not be using auto voltage. It is entirely possible that your max overclock will be only 4ghz or lower. Not all Phenom IIs overclock to 4ghz and above at 1.55 or lower voltage.

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Normal CPU PLL voltage is normaly at 2.500 volts I have mine at 2.580 volts it gave me a better OC and improved Stability.Also like the other member posted it is very important to keep you HT as close to 2000 MHz as you can.
Raising the CPU PLL is not necessary to get it stable, all it does is allow your cpu to get more voltage when it needs it. It can be helpful to mess around with but it is not needed if you find the right clock at the right voltage.
Edited by UsedPaperclip - 6/14/11 at 3:34pm
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