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ok so i'm re-overclocking my 1090T M4A89GTD cpu/motherboard

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and i'm doing it by not only raising the ratio (multiplier) but also the bus frequency

and i understand that i should move my bus freq more than my ratio

that's what i read about it

but i don't know by how much

like if i raise my bus frequency by 10, how much should i move up my ratio

the ratio on manual starts at 4.0 and bus freq is originaly starts at 200

or does this mean i first the ratio so its at stock voltage, then work from there and raise bus freq and keep it more notches ahead of ratio?

plz help ty, i want to get this goin!
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First up your base clock [200], as high as it can go stable. Keep it around the stock frequency while doing this ; i.e. put the clock up to 250, lower the multiplier to 13, giving 3250MHz as opposed to 3200MHz stock.

Test stability with Prime95's Small FFT [for processor].

The reason a higher baseclock is better is because this affects the performance more than the multiplier, though it IS more sensitive.

Once you've found your highest stable clock, start upping your multiplier. You might have to lower the clock, with a higher multiplier, to reach the highest overclock.
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First up your base clock [200], as high as it can go stable. Keep it around the stock frequency while doing this ; i.e. put the clock up to 250, lower the multiplier to 13, giving 3250MHz as opposed to 3200MHz stock.
Test stability with Prime95's Small FFT [for processor].
The reason a higher baseclock is better is because this affects the performance more than the multiplier, though it IS more sensitive.
Once you've found your highest stable clock, start upping your multiplier. You might have to lower the clock, with a higher multiplier, to reach the highest overclock.

TL:DR
There is no "procedure" as to which setting you should raise. Find the highest stable base clock, then find the multiplier/core clock combination that yields the highest overclock.
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