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Aiming for highest/stable OC on 1090t

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As the title says. im am aiming for the highest oc that's stable
and under 60c

so far here is what i have

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--------vrm cooling-----------
I am aware of the msi vrm issue, but temps seem to be ok.




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any advice/help
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With stock cooling, don't even bother overclocking.

Your HT Link, is way too high. HT Link (Hypertransport bus/link) will degrade performance (due to signal degrading) beyond 2350Mhz - and there's no guarantee that yours will go that far without degrading. Having said that, there is nothing gained by overclocking the HT Link - it's merely a pipeline (albeit a pipeline used to carry data for just about everything on the board).
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With stock cooling, don't even bother overclocking.

Your HT Link, is way too high. HT Link (Hypertransport bus/link) will degrade performance (due to signal degrading) beyond 2350Mhz - and there's no guarantee that yours will go that far without degrading. Having said that, there is nothing gained by overclocking the HT Link - it's merely a pipeline (albeit a pipeline used to carry data for just about everything on the board).
I like to keep mine below 2000mhz.
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With stock cooling, don't even bother overclocking.

Your HT Link, is way too high. HT Link (Hypertransport bus/link) will degrade performance (due to signal degrading) beyond 2350Mhz - and there's no guarantee that yours will go that far without degrading. Having said that, there is nothing gained by overclocking the HT Link - it's merely a pipeline (albeit a pipeline used to carry data for just about everything on the board).
never noticed the ht, never even touched it. i already know not to touch it.
il have to change that.
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post #5 of 12
You've done a good job with the cooler you are using. But to go any higher you will need to replace the CPU cooler with something far more efficient at removing the heat.
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Update.
it seems like its stable atm


FSB=200
CPU Multi = x19
CPU VDD = 1.3375 volts
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post #7 of 12
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Update.
it seems like its stable atm


FSB=200
CPU Multi = x19
CPU VDD = 1.3375 volts
1 hour is not stable. Temps will slowly climb. Just upgrade your cooling and you'll be free to do much more.

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Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 8/6/11 at 7:24am
post #8 of 12
try slapping a cheap cooler in there and go for 4ghz.
post #9 of 12
Stock cooling... well, the other thing you might want to watch out for is that board
It's known for VRM failure on x6 processors when overclocked
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1 hour is not stable. Temps will slowly climb. Just upgrade your cooling and you'll be free to do much more.

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I said stable atm. temps seem to be sticking at 55
when i get my card Im going to save up and get started on water cooling.


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Stock cooling... well, the other thing you might want to watch out for is that board
It's known for VRM failure on x6 processors when overclocked
im already aware of the vrm issue. i have heard it a million times
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