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I just got my noctua dh-14 about 9 hours ago slapped it on my 1090t and let it run for a bit, when i tried overclocking a few hours ago i got it to 4.1ghz stable and 25c on all 6 cores then i ran prime95 for a hour after that started up a cod4 and had a 200+ fps loss so i went into the bios and in t-series tab there is a G.P.U (green power utility) control option opened it up and seen 2 out of the 4 squares were lit up, I then set the bios back to default went back into that option and seen 4/4 were lit up this time so i overclocked my cpu back up there and restarted went back into the option again and seen 2/4 again, so I then lowered my volts down to 1.46 from 1.47 and 3/4 were lit up now rebooted windows and then started cod4 again everything was normal now but then i get a BSOD. My real question is are there anyways to keep my voltage at 1.47 and not have 2/4 green in G.P.U control option? I would really like to keep 4.1ghz clock.

specs
CPU: 1090t
RAM: 8gb ddr3 corsair vengeanc
MOBO: ta870u3+
PSU: ocz 700w modstream
GPU: ati 5850HD zafc

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