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GA-990FXA-UD7 with 1090T

post #1 of 6
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Hey, it's me again. Sorry for askign too many questions.

My PC keeps crashing when I try to run my 1090T at 3.8GHz.
I have some ADATA 200MHz RAM installed but not running at 2000MHz yet.

The only thing I touch in the BIOS is the FSB, CPU Voltage, DRAM Voltage. Should I care about HT Link or CPU NB Frequencies as well?

If yes, how large should the interval be when testing. 2-5MHz. Or higher?

Please help me, I need some beginner overclocking tips. I need to reach up to 4GHz on the CPU so my RAM is running at 2000MHz.

Thank you..
post #2 of 6
what voltage are you running?

and no not necessarily, you can if you want but you shouldnt need to, i got my 955 to 4 using just voltage and multi and FSB
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Originally Posted by kona051 View Post
what voltage are you running?

and no not necessarily, you can if you want but you shouldnt need to, i got my 955 to 4 using just voltage and multi and FSB
My CPU voltage is at 1.40V right now. Even when I increase the voltage the machine keeps crashing.
post #4 of 6
whats your ram running at? Frequency?

with voltage, play around, every chip is different, i need 1.55volts for 4, some poeple need 1.4, urs maybe the same, try have a 1.5v max for you, just montior temps
post #5 of 6
Would you mind posting some screen captures of the Main and Memory tabs of CPUz along with a HWMonitor screen as well? That way we can see where you are and what you may be missing.

From my experience... Denebs like to have CPU-NB go up proportionally to the CPU Speeds and HTLink to stay at or around 2000MHz, but Thubans like to have HTLink and CPU-NB move up/down together. This is not a rule set in stone, but a deduction achieved after having clocked a number of Denebs and having seen numerous Thubans being clocked.

And one more thing; you may be able to hit 2000MHz on your ram with the chip, but it is not guaranteed. The IMC on AMD cpus is generally not as strong as the IMC on the Intel chips and even though I've seen some Thubans get the ram to 2000MHz; I've seen more chips that can't get there than chips that can.
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Phenom II X6 1090T Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5 XFX HD5670 1GB Gigabyte HD6570 1GB DDR3 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveHard Drive
Microcenter Value RAM OCZ Vertex 2 Maxtor STM3200820AS Seagate ST316002 3AS 
Optical DriveCoolingCoolingOS
Asus DRW-24B1ST Thermalright Venomous X Black Sanyo Denki - San Ace 9SG1212P1G01 120mm x 38mm... Win 7 Ultimate x64 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Dell U2311H Dell E193FP Dell OEM keyboard Corsair TX850V2 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
CM 690 II Advanced Razer Death Adder Black Edition 3.5G Steelseries QKC  On board Realtek HD audio 
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Dell OEM 5.1 speaker system 
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post #6 of 6
According to Gigabyte it will only support DDR3-1866 or higher if a AM3+ cpu is installed. Look below for the excerpt from Gigabyte website.


(Note 2) To support a DDR3 1866 MHz (and above) memory, you must install an AMD AM3+ CPU first.

The link is below.

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/prod...px?pid=3880#sp
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