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i have scyth mugen 2 rev B with push pull fans mx-3 paste and a corsair tx 650w psu with 8GB hyper blu x ram but cant seem to get the 1090t to 4ghz stable its not the temps tho with this cooler im sure it just keeps blue screening after running prime 95 for like 1 min i had the voltage at 1.525 didnt want to put it anywhere over that,any recomendations? thanks
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What are all the settings you're using?

Could just be the board though, the 890GPA-UD3H sucks.
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Especially for x6s. Compatibility problems that go way back, 4+1 phase... just plenty of reasons why pairing this board with an x6 would be a huge pain in the neck.
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Especially for x6s. Compatibility problems that go way back, 4+1 phase... just plenty of reasons why pairing this board with an x6 would be a huge pain in the neck.
The Phase is just a Circuit or a Channel.
The only thing it indicates is a design parameter by AMD.

IE: To be complaint with 140w TDP chips, you need a 4+1 Phase Design.

Though the number of channels is not indicative of the amount of power that can be delivered. The 890GPA-UD3H's overclocking problems stem from the BIOS design. Not the physical (electrical design.)

More so, since unlike other board makers (*cough* MSI *cough*) Gigabyte used some good quality Low RDS MOSFET and a good PWM controller to actually make power delivery to the CPU good.
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i think ill have to just put the timings on the ram down a little and the bus speed up and i read reviews on the board seemed ok didnt look in deep enough it would seem but as it was £60 i just bought it quick as is usually £100 but thanks anyway
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Try loosening ram timings a little bit. My friend has a 1055t and has a similar problem also with an msi motherboard
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post #7 of 7
Yeah, the low RDS helps quite a bit, and so does the big mosfet heatsink. I've seen some users of 890GPA take x6 to 4Ghz safely. Just might have trouble past that and pushing, say, 1.55V or +.

The BIOS issue part is defintiely right though, I remember when x6 came out, Gigabyte's AMD UD4s/UD4Ps got discontinued and the last Gigabyte midrange-priced AMD board came out and it was this. TONS of x6 compatibility/BIOS problems everywhere because tons of people paired this board with x6.
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