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I have made this thread as it relates to something else other than the other recent thread I posted. I have chosen the 1090 Thuban as my processor. I can currently get it to 3.8 GHZ without the computer restarting. 3.9 GHZ and on is a no go. Could you take a look at my specs and tell me what I could do to make it pass the 3.8 GHZ margin? Thank you. All the information you need is listed in my specs. Please let me know if you need any other information.
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post #2 of 28
You should tell us your voltages aswell

Whats the cpu core, ram, NB, SB, volts etc?
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I've got my 1090T running at 4,1ghz @ 1,4vcore stable.

If you bluescreen you most likely have to bump uo your voltages.
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All I've done so far is change the multiplier. I haven't messed with any of the components you have mentioned yet. I also went ahead and put it back to stock speed, 3.2 ghz just to be safe until I get someone experienced telling me what I should do.
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post #5 of 28
Read some of the guides here on the board BEFORE you start overclocking

Gappo's is short and simple, but might not be very clear to a novice like you (no offence)
http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...rclocking.html

As whitekidney stated: it is most likely a voltage issue.

but learn your way around the BIOS and all the settings first. Overclocking is very fun and rewarding if you actually know what you're doing
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Moar lightning=MOAR POWA!!!
    
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I too have had an issue with getting a stable overclock on my system. And since I have moved in the last week its going to have to wait a little longer.
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post #8 of 28
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Lol dman.

No offense taken, Bloitz. Thank you for the guide.

I'll take a look at it. In the meantime, any additional advice would be great.
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Well, I changed the voltage to 1.42 and set the multiplier to 20, which was 4.0 GHZ. I got to my desktop for about 10 seconds, then the infamous blue screen of death shut me down. What does this usually indicate?
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Originally Posted by rem2905 View Post
Well, I changed the voltage to 1.42 and set the multiplier to 20, which was 4.0 GHZ. I got to my desktop for about 10 seconds, then the infamous blue screen of death shut me down. What does this usually indicate?
Instability!

Try upping it to 1,45vcore.
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