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1090T Being a Pain to Overclock

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I've been trying to redo my clock lately, for some reason any change in settings, even from stock now, results in instability. Also, for some reason, the default CPU core voltage is at 1.45 volts. Any suggestions as to what to do?
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You should but your Bios back to default settings and try a stability test, if it fails you should try run Memtest,
it could be possible your memory went bad
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lower the memory multiplier, if its ddr3-1600 ram, downclock it to ddr3-1333 and it will work its way back up to ddr3-1600 when you change the multi.

That should help some.
    
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