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Hi, I am new to overclocking and i have ran into some problems Ive tried researching my problem but cant find anything about it. I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction. I have a AMD 1090T currently overclocked and stable at 4 Ghz. But it has a high voltage running at 1.50625V. Ive compared it to other people with the same chip and they are able to run the same speed but at a lower voltage. Ive been trying to get it at 4100 Mhz but to make it sum what stable I'm hitting 1.55V and it last for about 20 min and blue screens. I think i could get it stable if i add even more Voltage but i know the safe limit on these chips are 1.55v (I think) So I don't know what i should do to make it more stable. I have compared my voltages to the ones on this link http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/info-des...fic-clocks.php
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1.5v is very high. What is your CPU cooler? And Try lowering your RAM clocks and make sure your HT link is as close to 2000 as possible.


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I have a good CPU cooler a zalmon 9900. My idle is 20 c and at load its at 35 c at stock. at 4 Ghz load is at 43 c. My HT is at stock. When I get home later today I will lower my RAM clocks and increase my HT. Thanks for your fast reply. I've updated my system specs.
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Better cooling will allow you to lower your voltages.
My D14 did that for me.
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I have great cooling. It makes no sense why i need such a high voltage to make it stable. Any suggestions thanks.

Idle Temp 20C Max 35c (3.2 Ghz)
Idle Temp 20C Max 42C (4 Ghz at Vcore=1.50625v)
with Zalmon 9900 cooler.

Am I overreacting how much cpu voltage this is. It just seems high to me.
Edited by randal007 - 7/28/11 at 12:42pm
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I have great cooling. It makes no sense why i need such a high voltage to make it stable. Any suggestions thanks.

Idle Temp 20C Max 35c (3.2 Ghz)
Idle Temp 20C Max 42C (4 Ghz at Vcore=1.50625v)
with Zalmon 9900 cooler.

Am I overreacting how much cpu voltage this is. It just seems high to me.
I don't know if the 1090t is pretty close to the 1100t, but I am at 1.46v and I am stable at 4.2ghz. I have the antec kuhler 920 and when just surfing internet etc, I am at 35c....when playing BFBC2 I am at about 42c. Prime95 58c and intelburn I am at about 61c. My ram is at like 8-8-8-24 and my NB is at 2600 and my ht link is 2000. Multiplier is 21. Bus speed 200.

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I believe they are very similar. When I was getting my course frequency setting i was cheating and using a program in windows to adjust my multiplier and cpu voltage (Adjusting manually not with auto settings ect.) is this ok.
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I believe they are very similar. When I was getting my course frequency setting i was cheating and using a program in windows to adjust my multiplier and cpu voltage (Adjusting manually not with auto settings ect.) is this ok.
I would do it in the BIOS. I don't trust using any windows based software to tweak BIOS settings. That seems to be the method for most people I believe...

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post #9 of 12
Not all chips can get to 4ghz at low voltages, i've seen some 955be get to 4,1ghz or 4,2ghz with 1,5v.

But for me it takes 1.525v to get to 4ghz.

All chips are different, you and me got bad ones:/
post #10 of 12
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Ok, so after playing with this program i use, i set it to 1.50625 but cpu-z is only reading 1.428v which seems correct so i punch them into my bios setting manually. and my temperatures are 5-10c hotter then using the same setting in the program so i think this program is doing weird things. So I'm going to restart from scratch, and overclock through the bios.
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