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you want at least 50c on either one of them since going 55 is pushing it a little. this is my settings from cpuz

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I was just going to post up to ask what ppl are running thier 1090T's at as I've had mine at 200x20 for months but I've never managed to get any higher and keep it stable. Although I was getting those speeds with 1.40v

Looking at Grumby's setup I decided to knock the multiplier down to 19x and managed 4.4GHz @ 1.5v, it ran stable, but my H50 cooler isn't up to the job as the core got up to 50C quite quickly while benchmarking.

Couldn't lower the voltage any as it needed the 1.5v to run stable. I reckon if I spent some money on a cooler I could run my system @ 4.4GHz reliably.

I've lowered the voltage a bit to 1.46 and it's now running 19x220 = 4.2GHz with a DRAM of 1766MHz, NB 3GHz and HT 2.2GHz.
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so waiiiiiiiiit a second. If the Max temp is core temp..... is it safe to have a socket temperature that is the max temp. My whole world on OCing just changed.
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you can't get past 3.8ghz on a push pull h50. only way to know which is the most accurate way to view the temps for overclocking is to know where each board manufacturer place the sensor to read the temps if you use hwmonitor don't bother with the tempin 1 and tempin 2 and the others i have yet to figure out where those temps are but i have a hunch for my board the tmpin 1 is my northbridge since it's at 27 and it feels cool to the touch. but if you want the most accurate tempsf or cpu then the bios is the way to go. but usinga program you have to give a plus or minus degrees to be accurate.

@tmp you would have to when the silicon lottory if you can get 4.4ghz with just 1.5 to 1.525v unless you have a 990fx.
and @tmp you want to keep your ht link between 2000 to 2100 or you will start to see instability
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you want at least 50c on either one of them since going 55 is pushing it a little. this is my settings from cpuz
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You must have the golden chip or extreme cooling. Most 1090t, 1100t Will hit a brick wall at 4.1-4.2 no matter how much Vcore you through at them unless your running extreme cooling. Like a Phase change unit or putting your pc outside in the cold. Hard for me to believe that at 4.3 1.536 running prime that cpu is not hitting it's max temp, or pretty close to it even with water cooling.
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I am at 4.1GHz @ 1.520V. NB/HT is 2.4GHz.

I am redoing my overclock setup after work today, so I'll reply with my exact settings after.

And to the OP, that seems pretty hot. I peak 45 degrees with my Noctua NH-D14 with warm room temps. I think the air record is around 4.4GHz lapped. Water is around 4.8GHz(?) and I believe the highest clocked 1090T is 5.19GHz. Not sure on the cooling though.
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I am at 4.1GHz @ 1.520V. NB/HT is 2.4GHz.
I am redoing my overclock setup after work today, so I'll reply with my exact settings after.
And to the OP, that seems pretty hot. I peak 45 degrees with my Noctua NH-D14 with warm room temps. I think the air record is around 4.4GHz lapped. Water is around 4.8GHz(?) and I believe the highest clocked 1090T is 5.19GHz. Not sure on the cooling though.

You peek at 45c.That might be gaming but that's not running a stability test like Prime 95.
The air record not stable by any means is 4.9. It's a guy from Canada and when he ran his 4.9 his computer was out on a closed porch with temps of -15C
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You peek at 45c.That might be gaming but that's not running a stability test like Prime 95.
The air record not stable by any means is 4.9. It's a guy from Canada and when he ran his 4.9 his computer was out on a closed porch with temps of -15C

Yes, it was......

And the guy you are referring to ran 4.9 with a cheap watercooler (H50) and all but one of his cores disabled.

You can verify my results by reading up a bit. And I never said 4.9GHz was stable on air...
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Just an update to this thread. I've put together a pelt based water chiller (4x 141 Qc watts each) and I've been able to get to 4.3 - stable enough to play BF3. The idle temps are at 6C and under game load they're around 45C. When it's not overclocked, the cores go down to 0C thumb.gif
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