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Hey i want to know how to see the stock CPU/NB speed and voltage

and when i ad more mhz to it how much shud i ad voltages?
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Well, this is actually a bit more detailed than you might think. There is no set determined amount of voltage to increase your CPU vcore by when overclocking. This depends on the CPU. If you want to see what these settings are download and install CPU-Z. This will help you get going. As far as some other advice, you may check out the AMD section and read threads on overclocknig the 1090t as there is some useful information there and it sounds like you are new to this. Make sure that you dont overclock without having adequate cooling for your CPU.
post #3 of 10
1.25v to 1.30v (stick with 1.25v if you can) up to 2800 MHz (recommended) on the stock cooler. Aftermarket cooler recommended for anything beyond 2800 MHz as you will need additional voltage which will impact your CPU OC. As a general point of reference, 1.325v to 1.375v for CPU-NB 3000 MHz, 1.4v to 1.425v for 3200 MHz. Give, or take 0.5v depending on the strength of your particular IMC which tends to vary from chip to chip.
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im new to this so what voltage do u thing shud be good when 2600? just 1.25?

thx
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post #5 of 10
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in what program can i see me cpu/nb temp i cant find it any where
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post #6 of 10
HWMonitor is the most common.
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post #7 of 10
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thx but which of them is the cpu/nb temp?
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Uh... it's probably labeled "MCH".
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post #9 of 10
There is no cpu-nb temp sensor, but raising the nb frequencies/voltage also rises the cpu and core temps.
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post #10 of 10
Kasp1js is right, this is because the CPU-NB is the integrated memory controller which is on the CPU die.
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