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Hrm. Ok, well I am going to be starting over from scratch because now it's not P95 stable even at my previously saved settings. Suggest to start with the CPU, NB, or with my RAM? It's a BE so I will just be using multiplier instead of ref clock.
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Hrm. Ok, well I am going to be starting over from scratch because now it's not P95 stable even at my previously saved settings. Suggest to start with the CPU, NB, or with my RAM? It's a BE so I will just be using multiplier instead of ref clock.
Reference clock. See if you can push it upwards of 300 and then start testing your core, NB, ram speeds. This will net you the greatest benefit.
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Reference clock. See if you can push it upwards of 300 and then start testing your core, NB, ram speeds. This will net you the greatest benefit.
Just to make sure I understand, the reference clock is just what everything else gets it's timing off of right? So whether I set the CPU to a higher multiplier or used the ref clock to achieve the same speed, my system would run the same. Right? (Assuming all the other speeds were the same as well, I know they change with the ref clock.)
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Just to make sure I understand, the reference clock is just what everything else gets it's timing off of right? So whether I set the CPU to a higher multiplier or used the ref clock to achieve the same speed, my system would run the same. Right? (Assuming all the other speeds were the same as well, I know they change with the ref clock.)
actually if the only difference was the reference clock you would still see a slightly faster system due to the fact that you would have more throughput.

And the voltage you need for high reference clocks is the NB voltage not the CPU-NB voltage. The clock generator is on the MB within the NB.
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actually if the only difference was the reference clock you would still see a slightly faster system due to the fact that you would have more throughput.

And the voltage you need for high reference clocks is the NB voltage not the CPU-NB voltage. The clock generator is on the MB within the NB.
Gotcha. Thank you very much. I really appreciate the help. Will come back as problems arise.
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Ohai! I haven't been here in forever! Figured I would stop by since this is the greatest mobo of all time

On a side note my bios got reset by accident a while ago so I had to re-OC. Kinda sucked but it was fun to try to get a higher OC. Ended up just getting as far as I did before.
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Well, so far so good with my 1090. This chip is awesome, reached 3.9 and 2.6nb on stock volts. 4.0 took 1.375. Runs cool as a cucumber, with a +14*C offset on coretemp.
Booted into windows easily at 4.3 with 1.45 volts and did some benchmarking.

My question now is, what is a safe temp for my VRMs? Right now the square things under the Dr Mos heatsink are sitting at 77*C when Im running intel burn test. They back down into the 50's at idle. I have fans screwed onto the dr mos heatsink, so hopefully that will help.
At 77*c that's only 110*f , so it sounds like I don't get a free board
    
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Why is that? lol
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Well ****. I have a 1090 incoming. If I cant get to or past 4ghz with this mobo because of power delivery circuitry, I will throw it in the trash. What a joke. Shame too, cause the 890fx sucks, and the CH4 is ugly, so my options are pretty limited.
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if you don't break it, but can't get to your goal let me have it if you're gonna throw it out! I need one for a mod idea I have.
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Well, so far so good with my 1090. This chip is awesome, reached 3.9 and 2.6nb on stock volts. 4.0 took 1.375. Runs cool as a cucumber, with a +14*C offset on coretemp.
Booted into windows easily at 4.3 with 1.45 volts and did some benchmarking.

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That's why! LOL!!!
    
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LOL oh that was YOU! Sorry I was too busy staring at your avatar
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