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well, so far, i got my 1090t stable at 4.0ghz with 1.35 vcore. anyone think i can pull 4.4ghz stable and be able to run it everyday? right now my settings are 252x17.5, 3000 mhz on nb with 1.3v, 1343mhz on ram with stock timings and 1.65v, and 2000mhz ht link speed. got it to boot with 1.475 vcore in bios, and im about to start stability testing.
    
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pretty sure it can be done since I can get 4.3Ghz on air with my 1100T biggrin.gif
 
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You should get close, the VRM's will probably be the limiting factor.

BUT

Then you may find the chip needs more as you go higher.

So PLEASE keep us posted thumb.gif
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ill give it a shot. thinking about trying with just straight multi, that way the settings are easier to get in the right spots.
    
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Originally Posted by dman1320 View Post

well, so far, i got my 1090t stable at 4.0ghz with 1.35 vcore. anyone think i can pull 4.4ghz stable and be able to run it everyday? right now my settings are 252x17.5, 3000 mhz on nb with 1.3v, 1343mhz on ram with stock timings and 1.65v, and 2000mhz ht link speed. got it to boot with 1.475 vcore in bios, and im about to start stability testing.

with those voltages, 1.35v for 4ghz... wow mine is stable 1.45 for 4gz.
post #6 of 15
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well so far, havent been able to really get prime to run lol. 4.41ghz and 1.5 vcore in bios, but under load it gets cranked to 1.55. 215x20.5 for the main settings and the ram is at 1040 something lol. just trying to find the right combo that prime doesnt crash instantly.
    
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i just dont think this chip will be stable at 4.4 without extreme cooling. i can even get prime to run for more than 5 seconds lol.
    
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post #8 of 15
If its not Prime stable its definatley not folding stable. Don't give up. Keep at it.
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with those voltages, 1.35v for 4ghz... wow mine is stable 1.45 for 4gz.

What he said... how is it stable on 1.35? What's your secret? biggrin.gif
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post #10 of 15
Temps are never a problem with water cooling. Your limiting factor for achieving 4.4GHz stable is the chip itself and the VRM's of the motherboard.

I tried to make my old 1090T stable at 4.4GHz just for the hell of it, but the VRM's of my CHIV Extreme could not take a constant 1.6v off a fully loaded X6 and would shut down.. so unless you have a good chip it isn't happening wink.gif
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