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as long as theyre matching pairs, i dont see the issue. i never quite got the "vendor qualified" lists....?
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Originally Posted by Nycteral View Post

also a curious question any reason everyone sticks with the 2000 mark for the ht yes yes i know i'm wearing my noob hat lol

It's proven most stable around stock value of 2000.

And also a higher HT link doesn't make any difference in benchmarks like Nomad8459 said http://www.overclock.net/t/946302/official-asus-m4n98td-evo-owners-club/430#post_16916652
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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.

Has answered my Question to why i can't achieve anything over 2600 on my nb my ram is holding me back hardcore i'm running 16g of gskill ripjaws 1333 that are not board certified going to jump to
8gigs of corsair board certified 1600 as soon as i can afford it that should raise the bar on the memory being able to handle the nb frequency
post #454 of 611
why not just buy 2000MHz memory?
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ongsta - it might take 1.575V to boot into 4.0 Ghz. That is what it took for me with my 1100T, but I didn't like running that voltage. Your voltage table looks exactly like what I have seen on my system. Good work!

Do you mean my table:p?
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i think the (o.c.) refers to 1866 memory on the qualified vendors list which can be oc'd to 2000 thats why they have the oc in parentheses
it's lower mhz memory oc'd to 2000 in any case i just ordered a pair of dual channel 4gig chips from crucial 1866
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What voltage is your CPU when running your 1090T at 16 x 250?

Thanks!
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i bumped the voltage to 1.6 the vdroop has it idle around 1.568 the cpu id is at 1.5 idle temp is 36c clock is 16x250 i haven't stressed cus the nb is unstable on full load yet stable for gaming watercooling rocks for the higher voltages and the corsair series are so simple to install i'm running a corsair h60 you need a 120mm rear case fan mount though once i prove it stable with the new crucail i ordered while upping the nb i'm going to attempt to hit 4.2 personal goal lol ambient room temp is 64far gogo wall mounted ac also it's stable for heaven and futuremark 3dmark11
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gaming temp is 44c cpu and 62c cpu-nb i wanna hear about some of your cpu-nb temps at 3000 so i can get a feel for what to expect my cpu-nb is currently at 2500 highest i can go without crashes with my 1333 gskill
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gaming temp is 44c cpu and 62c cpu-nb i wanna hear about some of your cpu-nb temps at 3000 so i can get a feel for what to expect my cpu-nb is currently at 2500 highest i can go without crashes with my 1333 gskill

How do you know the temperature of your cpu-nb? Is it TMPIN1?
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