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X6 1090T OC issues help!

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I recently purchased the 1090t and I have been having issues with OC'n with stability. I have been trying to see if I can narrow down the problem. I have tried 4.0ghz at 1.4-1.55v with no success. System will either bluescreen during a test or freeze eventually. I even seem to be having issues at 3.7ghz and 3.8ghz as well my volts were set at 1.337-1.4v and they would work for a little bit then my computer would just restart. I've taken out my video card to try as well with no success. At times it will complete a short stability test in AMD Overdrive but a few min later will freeze after the test. Temps usually get 62-65c based off PC ProbeII on a full load. Any help greatly appreciated!

Motherboard: Asus M4A785TD-V Evo
CPU: X6 1090T
Heatsink: Zalman CNPS9700
Ram: Kingston HyperX
Video: Radeon 4870
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post #2 of 6
Raise bus clock, lower multiplier
This might help, sometimes higher multipliers are just purposely crummy.
Running cooler is also usually better (i.e. below 55C), cooler will actually allow for less volts.
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
Raise bus clock, lower multiplier
This might help, sometimes higher multipliers are just purposely crummy.
Running cooler is also usually better (i.e. below 55C), cooler will actually allow for less volts.
I tried playing with that but haven't had much success. I tried a few different multipliers. Could the issue be motherboard related or psu related maybe?
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post #4 of 6
Your temps are too high. You don't want 55+ °C, most systems start to get flaky or reboot at that point .
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I vote splash in some more CPU-NB. Like CPU 4.0 all multi with 1.5v and 2600 CPU-NB with 1.35V and check that for stability. Mine didn't like over 4.0 with stock cpu-nb speed or volts.
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post #6 of 6
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Well come to find out after I took 2x1gb sticks of ram out I have been able to keep my system stable at 4.0 at 1.5v. The volts still do seem high to me any suggestions on a way to possibly lower it?
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