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Hey Guys,

Finished plugging it all in last week.

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(shader unlock @ 880/1375)

Now that I have got the video cards running where I want, it's time to look at the CPU and Ram.

What would be the optimal bios settings to achieve 4.2 - 4.4 Ghz on the cpu and settings for my ram.

Thanks

Anthony
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post #2 of 19
The 1090T can do around 4.2 with good cooling, but I would not suggest even 4.2 if you are on air, as it will be a bit difficult to keep temps in check. The H70 is not as good as a normal water cooling system, but this is my view. for 4 Ghz ou can try around 1.45V to 1.475V. I got mine stable at 1.435V, but needed around 1.75V for 4.2 and even my setup could not take the heat load. Please do keep in mind that my ambient is around 23-25 degrees, so tat puts a stress on the temps as well.
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post #3 of 19
my 1100T is stable at 4ghz (8hours of large ffts on prime95) with around the same voltage as the fellow above me ~1.47-1.48 with llc enabled.

My noctua handles it ok.... with temps never exceeding 54C. I would suggest trying 4ghz first and see what voltage you need to get it stable there, then proceed. if you exceed 1.55v to be stable at 4.0+ i recommend going for a liquid cooling system.
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post #4 of 19
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Cool,

Thanks guys. I'll shoot for 4ghz first. I have read leaving llc enabled can be dangerous, should I disable it?

I'll post up results once I have it stable.
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post #5 of 19
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Its stable

- Core: 4.01ghz
- NB: 3gHz
- vCore: 1.41v
- vNB: 1.3v
- Ram Speed / Timings: 1672mhz @ 9-9-9-24
- FSB: 250
- Multi: 16
- Motherboard: Asus Crosshair IV Formula
- Cooler: Corsair H70 (Coolermaster Fans 90CFM at only 19dBA P/P config)
- Stable: Y

Now that this is running stable, I'd like to optimize my ram speed and timmings. Where do you guys think my timmings should be set?

Once thats done, we might see if we can squeeze more out of the CPU. Shoot for 4.2ghz.

For some reason I just can not get a decent screenshot to display. When I load it on my screen or on photobucket, no problems clear as day.
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post #6 of 19
You could try 7-8-7-20 at least, but you don't need to increase the frequency of the RAM much. 2000 is a waste for Phenom II's; the memory controller can only effectively handle around 1333.

Nice overclock btw .
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post #7 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by aaronmonto View Post
Nice overclock btw .
Thanks.

I have been doing a little background reading on temps, and which temp reading to look at for my over clocking of the 1090t.

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/93...out-1090t.html

I have compared AOD (as the AMD bloke suggests) with HW Moniter and OCCT, with each of these giving the same temp readings for the CPU. This being the case my current OC hits 45 C underload.


All cores show the same temp.

Which means I have a further 15 C to play with, as the AMD blokes claims you can push it to 62 C and this includes a safety net.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Therionx View Post

As long as your core temperature has not exceeded the high side of the 60 degree mark for extended periods of time you should be ok. 62 degrees holds a generous safety net to begin with.

So what do you guys think........

Sounds like more speed is needed to me.
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post #8 of 19
Looks good, but why you run the RAM @ 1600?
Try 2000 9-9-9, and after is stable, try 8-9-8
I use to set my FSB @ 249 since CH IV will add 0.8-1.0 MHz to it.
You can go higher, like 4.125GHz (x16.5 multi)
Edited by IOSEFINI - 3/7/11 at 5:38pm
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post #9 of 19
If you still wanna try 4.2Ghz you can do 1.46V (set to 1.44 in BIOS) I tried that before and it worked great! the only thing is that the temps went a little bit too high for me BTW you can try 1800Mhz 9-9-9-24 and bump the voltage to 1.65 I did that and it worked fine
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post #10 of 19
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Thanks Guys,

Just had a play with the ram timings.....

The bios now looks like this.

- Core: 4.01ghz
- NB: 3gHz
- vCore: 1.41v
- vNB: 1.2v
- vCPU/NB: 1.35v
- CPU VDDA: 2.6v
- vDRAM: 1.65v
- Ram Speed / Timings: 1672mhz @ 7-8-7-20
- FSB: 250
- Multi: 16

Showing as stable after an hour of OCCT.

I'm a little worried that the CPU/NB volts might be a bit high, as soon as I added more than 1.3v it turns red.

I bumped these volts as I was having problems with freeze's, I refered to El Gappo's guide and he claims it is to do with ram stability. Bump the NB volts to aid in stability.

Now I assume lower freq. with tighter timings would be a better option?

Now I will start looking at 4.1 - 4.2 ghz on the cpu.

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