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I got GHz with +10C and aircooled...Of course, only validation. 5 GHz with phase is "easy", u can get about 5400 MHz with it.
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-50'c. I have bassically the same unit as you. Those biostar boards are pretty amazing. Personally I'm pretty happy with 5-5.2GHz, its the highest I've ever reached.

The 790X chipsets good but this board doesn't have the abilty to go must higher I don't think. With the use of DDR3 and 890FX, I know I'd get higher.

You only upped the cpu multiplier. Ram will not have a hand in that type of validation/overclock. I'm not really sure how you can even connect the two when you didn't touch the HT reference clock at all in that validation. And unless your vrm's are total uncovered with heatsinks or you are a 2+1 phase 5ghz is a weak, yes weak validation on a SS. Btw 790fx has taken amd to over 7ghz so I'm not sure where you say you'll need an 890fx?

It's not a problem with either the board or the ram. You just need more experience.
Edited by JeremiahTheBullfrog - 2/18/11 at 11:08am
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You only upped the cpu multiplier. Ram will not have a hand in that type of validation/overclock. I'm not really sure how you can even connect the two when you didn't touch the HT reference clock at all in that validation. And unless your vrm's are total uncovered with heatsinks or you are a 2+1 phase 5ghz is a weak, yes weak validation on a SS. Btw 790fx has taken amd to over 7ghz so I'm not sure where you say you'll need an 890fx?

It's not a problem with either the board or the ram. You just need more experience.
I've got plenty of experience, many years. The reason I know a different board would most lightly help is that the previous owner of the board also has a 1090T, he was only able to hit 5.2GHz also. He upgraded to a Asus Crosshair Formula IV, and was able to get the same chip above 5.8GHz.

With normal clock speeds (Around 4.2GHz) the RAM is able to run at up to 1200MHz 5-5-5-15, with higher clocks setting the Ram much higher than 600MHz leaded to the system not booting at all. Also what you cant see from the CPUZ validation is that the CPU-NB was well over 4GHz as well and it was plenty stable for Wprime 32M.

I agree this isn't as high as you should be able to get with phase, part of the reason I didn't post this thread. If you've got an issue, PM me directly, instead of posting in someone else's thread.

Also, as I asked earlier, have you done any better?
Edited by Willhemmens - 2/18/11 at 3:07pm
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I got GHz with +10C and aircooled...Of course, only validation. 5 GHz with phase is "easy", u can get about 5400 MHz with it.
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You only upped the cpu multiplier. Ram will not have a hand in that type of validation/overclock. I'm not really sure how you can even connect the two when you didn't touch the HT reference clock at all in that validation. And unless your vrm's are total uncovered with heatsinks or you are a 2+1 phase 5ghz is a weak, yes weak validation on a SS. Btw 790fx has taken amd to over 7ghz so I'm not sure where you say you'll need an 890fx?

It's not a problem with either the board or the ram. You just need more experience.
Considering even a mod posted saying he didn’t get much better with phase as well "5.7GHZ" and he was using DDR3 I think you two should look at the kit we were using.
    
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good effort fellas!
this is an inspirational thread.
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Prime95? Stable?
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good effort fellas!
this is an inspirational thread.
I'm glad you think so, after all its just a bit of fun.

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Prime95? Stable?
No, its not meant to be but its stable enough to run wPrime 32M which uses all six cores.
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I've got plenty of experience, many years. The reason I know a different board would most lightly help is that the previous owner of the board also has a 1090T, he was only able to hit 5.2GHz also. He upgraded to a Asus Crosshair Formula IV, and was able to get the same chip above 5.8GHz.

With normal clock speeds (Around 4.2GHz) the RAM is able to run at up to 1200MHz 5-5-5-15, with higher clocks setting the Ram much higher than 600MHz leaded to the system not booting at all. Also what you cant see from the CPUZ validation is that the CPU-NB was well over 4GHz as well and it was plenty stable for Wprime 32M.

I agree this isn't as high as you should be able to get with phase, part of the reason I didn't post this thread. If you've got an issue, PM me directly, instead of posting in someone else's thread.

Also, as I asked earlier, have you done any better?
I highly doubt he hit 5.8 on phase.... The board isn't the problem, infact that particular board has a bunch of world records http://hwbot.org/hardware/motherboard/ga_ma790x_ud3p Very sort after board. Granted it's not the best board for a thuban but the problem is your doing all 6 cores at a wprime stable clock or just doing a straight boot at those clocks.

Seems like a very good thuban tho if that's true 5.5+ is there easy peasy.
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I highly doubt he hit 5.8 on phase.... The board isn't the problem, infact that particular board has a bunch of world records http://hwbot.org/hardware/motherboard/ga_ma790x_ud3p Very sort after board. Granted it's not the best board for a thuban but the problem is your doing all 6 cores at a wprime stable clock or just doing a straight boot at those clocks.

Seems like a very good thuban tho if that's true 5.5+ is there easy peasy.
He wasn't using phase, he ran Dice and tried multiple times. Sadly the guys joined the Army so I wont be able to get any proof of him doing 5.8GHz for a little while. Perhaps not all boards are the same and also this ones not in the best shape. Miss my old UD4P, that thing was awesome but the first memory slot died, RMA'd to Scan and never saw it again.

With this chip we were able to run wPrime 32M at 5GHz and booted at 4.8GHz, didn't try any higher. The lack memory speed was holding back the wPrime score's I think, we were running 600MHz ish 3-3-3-10. Believe we would have got around 5th in and SS category if we submitted.

It seems like everyone forgets about CPU-NB, makes a difference.
Edited by Willhemmens - 2/18/11 at 5:27pm
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