Originally Posted by IDavidRawr
I would also like to know if I should undervolt it some more any experience and knowledge is openly welcome. are there any bad sideffects toward under volting? Also if any other owners of an amd 1090t could please put down there overclocking specs and how they achieved them it would really help as I am really new to this pls n Ty for reading this thread
nothing bad can happen from undervolting your cpu except it losing stability.
i dont have a 1090t but i own a 960t which i unlocked to an x6 which is also thuban architechture,
and is basically a shunned 1090t that didnt make the cut haha.
here are my current settings:
CPU- 250x15=3750mhz @ 1.4v
HT- 250x8=2000mhz @ stock volts <-dont wanna touch this voltage neways
DRAM- 250x8=2000mhz @ 1.491v
CPU/NB- 250x11=2750Mhz @ 1.26v-1.3v (fluctuates on load/set at 1.2625 in bios)
cpu/nb wont go any higher not even up to 1.375v
all other voltages are left at auto
@lilscrappy Ty for the quick reply
Yeah I have been using my computer just fine it runs all my games and applications although I have my comp in my room and my room has no air conditioning so I'm trying to get my CPU cooler before summer hits and fries my system do you by any chance know of any other ways to lower the CPU heat?
aside from lowering voltages and getting better cooling
nope. some cheap fixes may be to
-use good thermal compound
-mount the cooler and apply the compount CORRECTLY
-lap the cooler contact and/or cpu IHS (surface of cpu)
-find a way to apply more pressure to the mount of the cooler if it is loosely mounted or
the stock mounting method is sub-par
-get higher cfm/static pressure fans depending on your cooler
-get a better case with more airflow
-method that is underlined/bold is the MOST effective and what i recommendEdited by LilScrappyD - 4/7/12 at 9:52pm