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here's my ram, i have 4 of them... at stock 9 timing... yea it could be better.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231189
running 4 sticks of RAM is hindering your OC on your CPU and NB. It stretches the IMC's workload and will, I'm sure, be preventing you from achieving your maximum. You should take out 2 sticks and see if your overclock can go higher, if only for ****s and giggles.

You might try getting the timings a little tighter, research first what voltage limits are safe for them. Try and get down to CL7. The sweet spot for AM3 RAM/NB is 1333-1600mhz @ CL6-7 with the NB anywhere from 2600mhz and up. I personally REALLY noticed the difference of tighter timings on RAM with a higher NB. Other people say it only shows up in the numbers on benches, but I personally "feel" the system being more responsive ... or so I think
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Mate, Your doing it wrong.
You aren't meant to overclock to make it beat another CPU.
You overclock to get the best performance out of your one.
The i7 and the 1090t are made by different manufacturers. They are different. You cant pay $200 and think you can overclock it to get the performance of a $700 CPU.

Just play around wit the multiplier and NB and overclock it the best you can and be happy with that. If your still disapointed with its performance, your a noob and shouldn't have bought an AMD processor.

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since we somewhat have the same mobo, do you just change the timing or do you have to change voltage like with cpu?
     
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since we somewhat have the same mobo, do you just change the timing or do you have to change voltage like with cpu?
It is the same basic process regardless of motherboard, and is more dependent on the RAM than board.

The answer is yes, you will probably have to increase the voltage a little. It's very clearly labelled as RAM voltage. There are hundreds of guides online here and through google that will assist you in the process.
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ah sandy bridge, what a party pooper...

Ah well, use my pc until it's a dinosaur, then get a Hasdozer PC from AMDel!
     
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The amount of effort it would take to defeat a nehalem is not worth the heat and effort. So a 1090t at 4.5ghz beats a nehalem chip at 4.1ghz, big deal. 4.1ghz is child's play on an i7. Let's push the i7 to 4.5ghz (which takes little skill) the gap has increased a good amount. A 1090t at 4.5ghz is pretty impressive but I doubt you will get anymore without going of spec. Nehalem is better in every way there is no argument. Gulftown absolutely slaughters anything AMD offers for us gamers. Don't get me started on Sandy Bridge. You shouldn't bother trying to defeat an i7 it's not worth the heat and your time.

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The amount of effort it would take to defeat a nehalem is not worth the heat and effort. So a 1090t at 4.5ghz beats a nehalem chip at 4.1ghz, big deal. 4.1ghz is child's play on an i7. Let's push the i7 to 4.5ghz (which takes little skill) the gap has increased a good amount. A 1090t at 4.5ghz is pretty impressive but I doubt you will get anymore without going of spec. Nehalem is better in every way there is no argument. Gulftown absolutely slaughters anything AMD offers for us gamers. Don't get me started on Sandy Bridge. You shouldn't bother trying to defeat an i7 it's not worth the heat and your time.

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Why even bother comparing the two?
Phenom II X6 and i7 are two completely different chips.
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You should be asking how it compares to other AMD chips. A 1090T at 4Ghz is extremely fast and will only be bottlenecked by hardcore SLI/Crossfire setups and very CPU intensive applications. Be happy The cost and trouble of selling your current rig and grabbing an 1155 or 1366 for a small increase in everyday performance isn't worth the trouble. But if you want to see the Intel side, enjoy haha.
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ah, but in all the review sites, did any of them overclock the NB and multiplier or just the multiplier? i have a feeling the benchmarks would have been a little different if they did OC the NB.
Enjoy your chip for what it is... You seem to be caught in some sort of buyers remorse/some kid told me his processor would beat mine up/well if I tweak the benchmarks this way.... infinite loop, and your best bet is to just DO SOMETHING with the chip that you have. Unless you have the money to go buy the other chip than PLEASE go buy it. I for one just have a 555BE at 4.2x3 and there's still all kinds of avenues I can go down with OC'ing it. Play around with it and see for yourself where you get the most performance... and don't obsess over whether its as good as "x". Because it is not X and never will be X. Dude, it's a fast chip. Enjoy it.
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