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I am having issues with trying to stabilize my 1090 @ 4.0 ghz. I've never attempted to OC before so I was just using the multiplier and increasing the voltage, nothing else. So I guess it is good to also increase the FSB frequency too? Also, is it essential to increase the NB/CPU Frequency? thanks in advance.

My multiplier was 21 and voltage was 1.49. It boots but it BSoD when I run prime 95. I'll try your guide tomorrow and see if that works.
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I too am having issues with trying to stabilize my 1090 @ 4.0 ghz. I've never attempted to OC before so I was just using the multiplier and increasing the voltage, nothing else. So I guess it is good to also increase the FSB frequency too? Also, is it essential to increase the NB/CPU Frequency? thanks in advance.

My multiplier was 21 and voltage was 1.49. It boots but it BSoD when I run prime 95. I'll try your guide tomorrow and see if that works.
My Phenom II x3 720 was like this. It would hit 3.6 GHz with only the multiplier but if I touched the base clock it would not even boot past GRUB.
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Moved. Please create your own thread for your own issue.
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I am having issues with trying to stabilize my 1090 @ 4.0 ghz. I've never attempted to OC before so I was just using the multiplier and increasing the voltage, nothing else. So I guess it is good to also increase the FSB frequency too? Also, is it essential to increase the NB/CPU Frequency? thanks in advance.

My multiplier was 21 and voltage was 1.49. It boots but it BSoD when I run prime 95. I'll try your guide tomorrow and see if that works.
Running a higher nb is recommended with amd chips, Around 2600-3000 will net you quite a bit more memory performance.
Whenever you use the fsb remember to drop you ram down as well.
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