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There might be a CPU-NB/RAM instability, since you use 8Gigs. Play with CPU-NB and/or RAM voltages. Your chip doesn't need 1.5V for 4G .
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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post
Your chip doesn't need 1.5V for 4GHZ
I've seen plenty that absolutely did. I also owned 3 1090Ts that did. Just luck of the draw - bad batch, whatever, but the one in my sig rig also was purchased at the same time, so a diamond in the pile.
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Originally Posted by crust_cheese View Post
I seem to have hit a bit of a wall for 4+ GHz. I'd need to pump over 1.5V into it, which doesn't seem like a Good Idea.
I'm guessing that, no matter the temperature, a lot of voltage is simply bad for the CPU?
You gotta start putting some actual work into it now and start playing around with the reference clock . My 1090T is stable at 4GHz with settings of 250MHz x 16 and vcore at 1.45 volts. I also have my NB frequency at 3000MHz with CPU-NB voltage at 1.35 volts. I know in the old days, using a higher reference clock and a lower multi often resulted in less vcore required to get a chip stable, so you should definitely start tweaking that HTT.
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I've seen plenty that absolutely did. I also owned 3 1090Ts that did. Just luck of the draw - bad batch, whatever, but the one in my sig rig also was purchased at the same time, so a diamond in the pile.
Wow, golden chip there. Very nice .
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Okay then, I'll look into it.
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