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How much do you think i can overclock my 1100T on a Gigabyte 890FXA-Ud5?
Is the 8+2 Power Phase Good? Anyone Have Any problems With a 1090T on this board?
    
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I have my 1090t OCd to 4.2GHz on this board. Expect your OC to be in the same range. I have had 0 problems with the board.
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I have the 1100T and so far there doesn't seem to be much difference compared to the 1090T
other than maybe the 100mhz that separates the two
    
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i want a nice stable overclock to maybe 4 Ghz
    
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So far it seems like its all about finding the voltage sweet spot with the CPU and NB

someone correct me if i'm wrong,

but 1090T and 1100T's sweet spot is inbetween 1.43-1.52v (with good cooling)

and the NB's voltage sweet spot is 1.275-1.325 (again good cooling needed)
    
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Originally Posted by slappo;12599171 
So far it seems like its all about finding the voltage sweet spot with the CPU and NB

someone correct me if i'm wrong,

but 1090T and 1100T's sweet spot is inbetween 1.43-1.52v (with good cooling)

and the NB's voltage sweet spot is 1.275-1.325 (again good cooling needed)

With good cooling the CPU Voltage should be lower than 1.43-1.52V
If you talking about NB(chipset) voltage, you dont need to touch that.
If you talking about CPU/NB Voltage, that depends on the CPU/NB clock. 1.325V should be enough for 2800-3000( in my case is enough for 3250)
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With good cooling the CPU Voltage should be lower than 1.43-1.52V
If you talking about NB(chipset) voltage, you dont need to touch that.
If you talking about CPU/NB Voltage, that depends on the CPU/NB clock. 1.325V should be enough for 2800-3000( in my case is enough for 3250)

yeah CPU/NB thats what i meant, and 1.35 was able to get me to 3300, but i wasnt happy with how much i had to clock down other components

whats your specs to be running @ 4.435
    
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Originally Posted by slappo;12599409 
yeah CPU/NB thats what i meant, and 1.35 was able to get me to 3300, but i wasnt happy with how much i had to clock down other components

whats your specs to be running @ 4.435

can not find that OC pic. I have a few with 4.4GHz+.
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