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I would like to join your club.267


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I just tried to boot an FX-8150 on this board (latest BIOS). Black screen, doesn't boot.
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I just tried to boot an FX-8150 on this board (latest BIOS). Black screen, doesn't boot.

this board is an AM3 board and fx requires AM3+,
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Added, and welcome!  Sorry about the delay, been away from the forum for a while.

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Just got the 1301 bios and **** 3.990Ghz stable on my 1090t black with corsair watercooling and 16 gigs of 1333 oc'd to 1400

Ran Prime for 17min and passed the 1024 iterations going into the 8k iterations at a cpu temp of 55c and core temps of 44c these at full load i don't think are too bad seeing i'll never hit full load for a couple years. during gaming.


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Is this club still active? I own a M4N98TD EVO and would like to join

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I'm trying to adjust my memory settings in my bios but for the life of me I cant find where I can manually set the DRAM Voltage. I see CPU-NB Voltage but not the DRAM Voltage. Does anyone have a screenshot as to where that is?
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Nevermind..found it. Apparantly I had to enable Overclocking in my AI Tweaker for the option to manually set DRAM voltage to show up. smile.gif
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Just got this board as a replacement for a dead M4N72-E which i had been succesfully overclocking prior to me damaging the Chipset.

I have seen the posts on here of Phenoms running on this board at over 4Ghz, like 4636Mhz?? I was wonderig if CPU overvoltage had to be enabled with the jumper in order to get those values, also is the jumper safe to use, I have heard some scare stories where moving the jumper has put like 1.69V through the cpu even if the voltage is set manually in BIOS.

The reason I ask is I can't get my 1090T stable at a frequency any higher than 3.96Ghz, even if I bump up to exactly 4Ghz, it is not Intel Burn Test stable.

The Vdroop is weird to me as the M4N72-E even with 4+1 phase power and only 4 pin CPU power socket didn't display these charachteristics as bad, for example 1.5375V on the old board would give me 1.488V on the vcore with some fluctuation down to 1.472V, Setting 1.55V on this board drops to as low as 1.408V with a more steady 1.42V, still the CPU is stable at these voltages at the sme speed, so maybe the board is actually doing a better job by needing less voltage than the other board to stay stable??

If i manually set the voltage for the CPU/NB, AIDA 64 reports it as unchanged, If I leave it on AUTO and overclock the CPU/NB. AIDA 64 reports that for speeds up to 2600MHz the voltage is 1.35V and for speeds up beyond that it reports 1.45V, these seem a little high to me, given that the M4N72-E was stable at 2600Mhz at only 1.1875V on the CPU/NB. I have contacted ASUS about the issue. If using Turbo V, the the CPU/NB voltage can be set, but even setting it to 1.45V in Turbo V causes the system to lock up,

All spread spectrums disabled

Nvidia NCC disabled

C1E disabled

Ganged disabled

AMD Cool and quiet ENABLED ( at multipliers above 18.5, AMD cool and quiet stops working any way, 18.5 and below and it functions just fine)

Here is what I have so far: (stable with Intel Burn Test @ 6144Mb settings or Maximum)

CPU: AMD X6 1090T @ 3.96Ghz (all six cores) (turbo disabled) @ 1.55V (BIOS) (droops as low as 1.408V!!)
HT: 220 Mhz
Multi: X18

CPU/NB: 3080Mhz @ 1.45V!! (AUTO)
Multi: X14

RAM: 2x4GB DDR3 Crucial Tactical Tracers 1600Mhz @ 1760Mhz 8-8-8-24 1T

HT link: 2200Mhz
Multi: X10

VDDA Voltage: AUTO
NB Voltage: 1.24V
HT Voltage: 1.24V
Nforce Voltage: 1.24V

Peak Temperatures on cores while under load (Intel Burn Test) are 54C with the socket Temp matching this at 54C.

On the old board, the socket temp would get up to 62C with the cores reporting 57C, I really think this particular CPU is capped at 3.96GHZ but I want more, My temps aren't that bad.

The Second picture shows my Idle Temps, I am using a CM690II Advanced case, fully configured fan wise, Aero Cool touch screen 5.25 Fan controller. 1050W PSU, Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme Cooler which has been lapped, as has the CPU, using 1000 and 2500 grit sand paper.

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Edited by Nomad8459 - 4/4/12 at 3:20pm
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Been having a play around with the overvoltage jumper, so I set it to the overvoltage position, pins 1 and 2.

Interestingly, AIDA 64 is now reporting CPU VID, where as before it wasn't.

Thing is, whatever I set in BIOS, the VID is reported as being exactly 0.1V lower, so for example if I set 1.6V, then the VID is reported as being 1.5V.

So far no luck with extra Mhz on this CPU however, I have pushed it to reported 1.47V under load and still not burn test stable above 4ghz.

Going to try and turn cool and quiet off next.

Ok, because the chip is not BSODing when it is above 4Ghz, there is only one thing that i can deduce, and it is this, Intel Burn Test is well known for maxing out the CPU and getting it hotter than any other software, included, in my experience, Prime 95, I find that even a four hour run of Prime 95 will result in temperatures around 5-7C lower than Intel Burn Test produces when running the tests higher than standard.

The CPU seems to fail Intel Burn Test when my cores exceed 55C so I think I can safely assume it is the temperatures holding it back.

I really am now assuming that it is the temperatures that are holding me back and not the chip itself.

So everything that you read about Phenoms is certainly true, do not let core temp exceed 55C or it becomes unstable, 3000Mhz+ on the CPU/NB is perfectly possible if your RAM can keep up with it, HT link betwwen 2000 and 2200 gives best stability, 4Ghz is fairly easy to achieve even with minimal voltage increases on air but pushing past probably takes water cooling, and to be honest for the extra voltage, money and hassle, I honestly do not believe that it is worth it, to gain maybe 200 or 400 mhz more at maximum.

So for me and my 1090T, it is cool and quiet enabled, 4Ghz - CPU, 3000Mhz - CPU/NB and 2200Mhz - HT link all the way.

Hope all this helps somebody.
Edited by Nomad8459 - 4/4/12 at 7:44pm
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OK, 4.02GHZ Nice and stable.

CPU: 4.02Ghz @ 1.45V (Vcore under load) 1.575V (BIOS) 1.475V (CPU VID) AMD X6 1090T Thuban Black Edition
Multi: X18

CPU/NB: 3128Mhz @ 1.45V (Auto in BIOS)
Multi: X14

HT: 223Mhz (222 BIOS)

HT link: 2230Mhz
Multi: X10

RAM: 1786Mhz (1.66V) (AUTO in BIOS) @ 8-8-8-24-36 1T 2x4GB (8GB) Crucial Tactical Tracers (1600Mhz rated)

All other voltages and settings as before, Intel Burn Test Stable, Cool and Quiet Enabled

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