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Thanks for info, so i keep thermal pad on VRMs and only change tim on NB and SB. This operation is safe, right?

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Yup, this is safe.
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what do you guys consider the best bios for this board is... currently I am running 1.6
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Having a strange issue this has happened twice. I try to flash bios to the 1.G and it does not flash right and computer wont post bios or do anything. after an hour of trying to put 1.F back on I finally got it to go to the bios flash menu to get system back up. I have flashed bios many many times with no issue up untill the 1.G it just wont work correctly for me anyone else having this issue?
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I flashed 1.G without problem and it seems to has better stable OC (+40MHz) cappabilities at same voltage and with same CPU clock i can lower Vcore and CPU NB voltage.
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I wonder what is going on then should I risk trying it again and hope that it works because if it doesnt work I dont know If I will be able to flash back to 1.F I got luckey today. Took an hour to try to get it to read
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What is too much voltage for cpu nb vdd? Trying to overclock right now Im at 4 on the cpu with a multi of 20 and 3000 nb cpu with a multi of 15 and voltage at 1.362? and what temp on hardware monitor is the nb cpu temp? and what is a safe temp?
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Originally Posted by ussoldier_1984 View Post
Anyone else running a 1090T on this board? I just installed mine yesterday and some people said be careful if i overclock because it blows the board up from only being a 5 phase power? Should I be worried. I havent tried to overclock the new 1090T because of this. Thanks!!!
That's exactly what I would say:
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It most likely won't go up in flames, but you can easily fry the VRMs, which will still render your motherboard useless, just like the one I RMA'ed. Go for a 3.8ghz oc, if you want to keep things safe, though I would say 4ghz is the highest I would recommend for this board, so long as the voltage needed to keep it stable is 1.45v or less.


You can easily rise the cpu clock to 4.1 or 4.2GHz, but it is quite likely to burn this motherboard during stress test.
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MSI says max safe temp is 85c for north bridge!?!?!?!?!!! that seem very high
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Hello, I was wondering if anyone has updated to the new 1.G bios? Anyone have any review or stability issues with this release on the win 7 x64?
Running the 1.G. Bios:
CPU 1090T @ 4GHz (1.435V) 24/7
NB 2800Mhz (1.35V)
RAM @ 1600 MHz 8-8-8-18 (1.7V)

New bios has rock solid stability. All good here

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Thanks for info, so i keep thermal pad on VRMs and only change tim on NB and SB. This operation is safe, right?
Also done this ^^^ got a good drop in temps
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