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Stability Issues on the 1090t OC

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hey peoples
working on my first attempt at an over-clock and I’m getting into stability issues if anyone could look over some screen shots (attached) and give me some opinions it would be much appreciated
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what type of stability issues??? it would help to be a bit more specific
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ah sorry locks up and blue screens after around 5 min of prime 95
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ah sorry locks up and blue screens after around 5 min of prime 95
That means you need more Voltage. I see that you set voltage to 1.4v it's totally unstable. Use at least 1.475v! MAX safe voltage is 1.55v for 7/24 usage don't go over 1.55v and you have max temp of 62'C. Stay on 55'C (maximum 58'C) never go over them.
    
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You simply need more CPU voltage. Every chip is different and will have different voltage needs at specific speeds. Start with your 1.4v and start bumping it up by 0.01v at a time until you get it seemingly stable, then back it down by 0.001v at a time to find your lowest stable voltage. Then do at least a 12HR Prime95 stress to test for full stability.
post #6 of 6
Also what is your CPU/NB set to? thats another area that has its own voltage and multiplier which can cause instability issues. Try and keep that close to stock while you feel out your core clocks/voltages. And good job keeping htt close to 2000
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