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I have recently built my system but it experiences crashes, mainly due to incorrect voltage i think. i was hoping that some one can correct and incorrect settings of my bios. thanks

Clocks:
FSB 200 x18 @3.6Ghz
CPU-NB 2000 xAuto
DRAM 1600 9-9-9-24 1T
HT 2600 x13
PCIE 100

Voltages:
CPU 1.345
CPU-NB 1.170
DRAM 1.630
SB Auto
NB 1.201
HT Link 1.310

C1E Disabled
AMD C&Q Disabled
Spread Spectrum Enabled

Please keep in mind that my motherboard has no mosfet cooler and my cpu is 125w. i would also like to get a stable 3.8Ghz if possible.

Thank u so much for any help
Edited by Weister - 10/2/11 at 3:47am
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Raise both CPU and CPU-NB by 0.1 and see if you're stable
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for 2600 cpu/nb..i put the voltage @ 1.26.up to...whatever is needed.vcore..probably around 1.43-1.48 whatever's stable and temps will allow..you want to keep the ht as close to 2000 as possible..if what you posted is accurate..ht@ 2600 is your source of instability..it's the cpu/nb you want @ that frequency..
 
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ok thanks guys, i will raise the v core and cpu-nb voltage a bit, but i cant raise it too much as i dont want to overheat my mosfets. hopefully it will be more stable
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I hope you're aware that by overclocking you are taking a big risk. This is NOT a motherboard I recommend running a 1090T on, much less overclocking, due to the abnormally high (highest, in fact, out of all compared boards) VRM failure rate, stemmed from inadequate design and lack of protection. Read the "About VRMs & MOSFETs" article, linked in my sig, for more info. There have been several cases of this board blowing the VRMs on Phenom II x6 processors at stock speed!

You should exchange the motherboard as soon as possible.

As for stable voltage, that really depends per-chip, as every one can have different overclocking results. You'll have to find out yourself.
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