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Whats the quickest way to overclock AMD 1090T to 4.0GHz and make sure it is stable. What tool do I use for stress testing? I tried using linX 0.6.4 and it says "Stopped upon error after 3 m 55 s" when all settings in the bios are default (no overclock)
I have a ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 motherboard.
6GB corsair 1600 mhz ram
noctua nh-d14 cooler

I want to overclock and test for stability in less then 1 hour.

I generally increase the multiplier to 20 and I get 4.0ghz 200*20 = 4000MHz and I increase the voltage to 1.40 and test for stability. If unstable I increase the voltage to 1.42 then 1.44 then 1.46 and so on. Is this the correct method to go about this?
post #2 of 12
Do a run on Prime95 blend for 4-5 hours after your overclock. Also try a Superpi 32m.
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why doesnt linx work? also is my overclocking approach correct?
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use OCCT Linpak test.... run it for 1 hour and you are 90% stable . run it for 3 hours and you are 100% stable. this method has never failed me and I got 1090 as well !
This test is very extreme and come quite hard on both ram and CPU !
Under 1 hours test absolutely does not satisfy me !
post #5 of 12
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Originally Posted by hellinacell9;11782824 

I generally increase the multiplier to 20 and I get 4.0ghz 200*20 = 4000MHz and I increase the voltage to 1.40 and test for stability. If unstable I increase the voltage to 1.42 then 1.44 then 1.46 and so on. Is this the correct method to go about this?

yes but 4ghz for a 1090t on air will likely require 1.45v-1.5v
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shoot, my 1090 when i had air on it hit 4 ghz with 1.3875v fairly easily. All I had to do was up my multi to 20, and put my NB around 2600, and dram down to 800 with 6-6-6-20 timings
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post #7 of 12
Set your clock and voltages and test with Intel Burn Test on maximum for 20-25 runs. That will give you an idea if it's stable or not, then either run Prime95 for at least 4 hours or play your favorite stressful games.
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Originally Posted by kingofyo1;11786486 
shoot, my 1090 when i had air on it hit 4 ghz with 1.3875v fairly easily. All I had to do was up my multi to 20, and put my NB around 2600, and dram down to 800 with 6-6-6-20 timings

And enable Load Line Calibration rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by kingofyo1;11786486 
shoot, my 1090 when i had air on it hit 4 ghz with 1.3875v fairly easily. All I had to do was up my multi to 20, and put my NB around 2600, and dram down to 800 with 6-6-6-20 timings

Mine hit 4.0ghz on 1.4v loaded. Bios set @ 1.371v.
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post #9 of 12
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My aim is to achieve 4.0ghz and close to around 1600mhz ram speed. In order to overclock to 4.0ghz is it mandatory for me to change the NB and dram freq and timings? Can I achieve overclock just by playing around with the cpu voltage? Is it necessary to play with the dram voltage and timings for me to get a stable 1600mhz ram?
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Originally Posted by hellinacell9;11788012 
My aim is to achieve 4.0ghz and close to around 1600mhz ram speed. In order to overclock to 4.0ghz is it mandatory for me to change the NB and dram freq and timings? Can I achieve overclock just by playing around with the cpu voltage? Is it necessary to play with the dram voltage and timings for me to get a stable 1600mhz ram?

No, but you need a nb frquency of 2400 or higher for your ram. Which I would mess with that after hit 4.0ghz.
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