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Hi guys, been experimenting with my board this past week (still thinking of a bulldozer board in the future...but wanted to try this in meantime). I've thrown stress test after stress test at it and it has came out fine and stable. Am I good to assume my board will be ok with my 1090T?

Not necessarily.. from what I've seen, that board can be perfectly fine one day and burn up the next. I really, really wouldn't push a X6 on that board. Like xd said, your 'fets can degrade over time, too.
    
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Damn that NB is hot. If you've passed necessary stress tests then you should be fine

Yeah that's after around a 10C drop on NB temps by replacing original TIM. It used to be much hotter lol.

I'm hoping it's gonna be fine. The CPU doesn't bust a gut in day to day use. It only gets pushed during tress tests and benches.

If I get a new board for the 1090T is there a CPU I could run fine on this board with no worries? (...955 quad for instance?).
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Guys I go this emailed to me today. Would it be a good safe upgrade in terms of power phases? It looks like 10+1

MSI 870A Fuzion Power Edition

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People here at OCN tend to hate MSI motherboards. I don't know about that particular one though.



How bout going for an asus or gigabyte motherboard instead? Spending a few extra dollars for those will be well worth it if you're going for a longterm 4.0+Ghz OC.
    
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I am running MSI .... no hate for them here my 1055T is at 272 x 14 .. or 3808 prime stable ..

With the 1090T your going to have a lot , lot , lot easier time of over clocking it because it is a multiplier adjustment .. Where a chip like mine is requires you to adjust everything with a boat load of trial and error.

So get a board that you like that has decent reviews.
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Guys I go this emailed to me today. Would it be a good safe upgrade in terms of power phases? It looks like 10+1

MSI 870A Fuzion Power Edition

Thanks
There is nothing wrong with that new board-OC away.
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post #17 of 21
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Thanks for the info guys. Going to stick with my board till Bulldozer comes out.
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You guys'll want to look at the last link in my sig concerning running high TDP processors with MSI boards that have notoriously bad VRMs - especially you with the x6 diehrd.
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Yeah I've read it and posted in your thread. No probs with my board, thanks for the info though thumb.gif
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I will strongly suggest to leave your settings as they are...I notice my cpu temp was increasing by 10 degrees in idel mode, when first build was 36c and then raied to 46c for no reason..so I unmount de cpu cooler (h50) cleaned the 2 fans, reapply new thermal paste and temps drop again to 36c, the "funny" thing is that I ran prime95 to test the temps and after 15 min comp crash, I said " no problem, lets adjust and try again", but this time mobo was dead...i tried EVERYTING but no luck, just a stupid "FF" and a cosntant on/off cycle. long story short MOSFET fried,, was doing research and the 890fxa-gd70 and all of that series fry if oc,,what was MAXIMUN PC thinking when they awarded this board "BEST 2010"???? now im going sunday to compusa to buy a REAL mobo while RMA the 890fxa, thinking of ASUS, any suggestions????
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