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Cannot get 1090T @ 3.8Ghz

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Edit: I went back to 3.6ghz since 3.8ghz made the temp go up to 58c which I don't think it's worth it because at 3.6ghz the temp never went above 40c.
Edited by Capt - 2/2/13 at 11:27am
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Well start by diabling the powersaving crap, Cool n' quiet and SVM. and yes setting LLC to high (50%) or better cant hurt. It would help get rid of any Vdroop that my be choking your voltage under load.
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Disable CPU spread spectrum as well
Also Thuban needs a bit more voltage than the latest cpus... try giving it a bump to 1.4ish with the LLC @ high or better...
But before that....what kind of cooling do you have going on?I'm sure you have aftermarket cooling, else you would be asking about overclocking
I just don't want to have you push the system past it's thermal limits, ya know? wink.gif
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Do I need to change the CPU load line calibration to high or something because I have currently set it at "regular"?
That simply boosts the voltage slightly during heavy load and helps eliminate the old "vdroop" we all so dread--Definitely helpful for overclockers as long as the system is properly cooled enough to handle the addition volts.
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Well start by diabling the powersaving crap, Cool n' quiet and SVM. and yes setting LLC to high (50%) or better cant hurt. It would help get rid of any Vdroop that my be choking your voltage under load.

Will that prevent the CPU from idling? I don't want the CPU to run at 3.8ghz all the time.
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ve had my 1055t at 3.8-3.9 for the past couple years. with some descently good cooling your chip will be fine. they are correct in that these chips will need a bump in voltage to get that 3.8 stable. 1.4-1.425 should do it. mine is in that range.
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the H100 listed in his specs should do fine. My 1090T needs 1.45 to be 24/7 folding stable @ 3.8....so, yes, try upping cpu volts
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Will that prevent the CPU from idling? I don't want the CPU to run at 3.8ghz all the time.
Yes-
The reason Cool and Quiet is disabled while overclocking is to prevent instability during load. C&Q effectively lowers the voltage
while the system is at idle or light load...The problem is that it doesn't usually work out that way as there is a slight delay in bumping the voltage /clock spds
back up to Bios settings. That slight delay causes the instability and can cause everything from BSOD,to Black screen,to freezing (usually freezing from my exp.)
Is cooling an issue? Is that why you are concerned with running the rig with C&Q off?
Or are you more concerned with power draw?
 
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