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Ok so now i see your at 4.1 stable haha, i do not think you will be able to get the rated RAM timings, try 1333 8-8-8-24 or even 7-8-7-24 if you can manage it, it will outperform 1600 9-9-9-27.

Try to get 200*22 with 1.4v CPU.

Then afterwards try to get the northbridge to 3000mhz, this will require a lot of time + voltage, but it gives a lot of performance gain.
I'd go with the NB for last, adding voltage to the CPU-NB will rise the temps of your CPU a lot.
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Thanks oh man! I'll do the tests now, right after I post here! Hug
post #23 of 62
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I got great progress, I could connect to 4.2GHz!
Extend the CPU vcore to 1.4165v!
But when put to 1.5v blushed, I was scared to burn! Because as much of my processor is 1.55v
The memory is running at 1.651v! With latency 9-9-9-27 and 2T to 1600!
How do I change the HT Link, 2000MHz continues here!?
post #24 of 62
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When I put the LinX to test, it crashes! '-'
My vcore is 1.475v, I think this high, because I did the test in Prime95 he accused 57 ° C!
And acused this error on prime!
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FATAL ERROR: Resulting sum was 8.497923910161942e+143, expected: 5.679400229687991e+016
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.

Edited by MatheusMoraes - 1/5/11 at 7:38am
post #25 of 62
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I got great progress, I could connect to 4.2GHz!
Extend the CPU vcore to 1.4165v!
But when put to 1.5v blushed, I was scared to burn! Because as much of my processor is 1.55v
The memory is running at 1.651v! With latency 9-9-9-27 and 2T to 1600!
How do I change the HT Link, 2000MHz continues here!?
Excellent, set the HT to 2000MHz, just to go your BIOS and look for the "HT Link Speed" and change it from "Auto" to 2000MHz, rising the HT speed won't give your any performance increase BUT rising the NB speed will do.

How rise the NB speed? Go to your BIOS and look for the "Adjust CPU-NB Ratio" and change it from "Auto" to 3000MHz, test the rig again with LinX if you get BSoD or freeze problems, you will need add more voltage to the CPU-NB (CPU-NB VDD Voltage in your BIOS), do it in little steps, I need 1.325V for the 3000MHz, maybe you need the same or a little less, just test until you get the correct one.

Regarding the "FATAL ERROR", that's cause by the RAM, set the "FSB/DRAM Ratio" to 1:4, but the "Advance DRAM Configuratio" to "Auto" and test again.

The temps are a little high, I'd stay with 4.1GHz, even, when the max temp for the 1090T is 63ºC. DON'T forget keep your eyer in the temps.
Edited by saint19 - 1/5/11 at 7:46am
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post #26 of 62
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ok i would suggest lowering your volts and staying at 4.1, the CPU has an offset of about 10 degrees celsius so you were running at 67...

Stay at 4.1, then make your northbridge 2.8/3ghz, keep your HT at 2000 for now, then do your RAM, then if its stable, try get your HT to 2200.
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Yes, you will probably need to go back down to 4.1GHZ. This is still respectable, and will perform quite admirably for you!
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post #28 of 62
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Yes, you will probably need to go back down to 4.1GHZ. This is still respectable, and will perform quite admirably for you!
4.1 with a northbridge of 3.0 will perform better than 4.4 with a northbridge of 2.5.

Try get this:

CPU: 4.1
RAM: 1333 7-8-7-24-2T
Northbridge: 2800 (3000 if you can)
HT: 2000 (2200 if above is stable)
post #29 of 62
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I lowered the vcore to 1.450v!
I will hold the test of Prime95!
My memories are with 1:4 and 9-9-9-27 and 2T!
As you said!
If not let 4.1Ghz stabilize and do what the friend said above!
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I think I managed to stabilize!
I put in 4.1Ghz - 20.5 x 200mhz Multiplier
HT I phased in to 2400Mhz and the memories kept the same value!
I tested the LinX until 8000 in 10 days and no mistake!
I did 10 minutes of Prime95 in the second option and no mistake!
But the maximum temperature reached 58 ° C! Only in Prime; in Linx was the maximum 52 ° C!
If you lower the 1.4v vcore to have the temperature drop?
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