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Originally Posted by Darkcyde;12707424 
My 1100T is stable at 4GHz with only 1.4v. I'll certainly go further once I go full WC.

My 1090 @ 4GHz needs 1.31V(1.34V @ full load)smile.gif
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I've noticed from peoples settings on here, both 1090/1100 are happyest at 4.0GHz but the 1100's need less volts. Typically at 4.0GHz 1090 needs 1.475v and 1100 1.425v.

If your lucky you can get a good clocker regardless of 1055/1090/1100. Whether your chances of getting a good clocker increase by getting a 95w 1055 or 1100 I don't know.

If I was buying again I'd get a 95w 1155 and a crosshair IV.
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If I could go back and do it over, I would have got the 1055t and overclocked it to the exact same results my 1090t gets... oh well, selling this stuff when bulldozer comes out anyway!
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My 1100T is stable at 4GHz with only 1.4v. I'll certainly go further once I go full WC.
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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post
My 1090 @ 4GHz needs 1.31V(1.34V @ full load)
From everyone's responses, it looks like a 95w 1xxxt would be best if you want low voltage. If I could do it over, I would agree w/ Croftie and go w/ a 95w 1xxxt and Crosshair IV. If you get stuck w/ a higher binned chip, it will require higher voltage to achieve higher clocks. I'm on water and still have to use higher than desired voltage to be overclocked. I bought mine because the price was right (@ $150 )
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post #23 of 35
I'd get the x6 1090 BE

it has the unlocked multiplier, and should do exactly the same as the 1100, for a bit less paper debt money

But perhaps they do use the higher quality silicon for the 1100, but 100MHz for an extra $35, I'd still say 1090
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I've noticed from peoples settings on here, both 1090/1100 are happyest at 4.0GHz but the 1100's need less volts. Typically at 4.0GHz 1090 needs 1.475v and 1100 1.425v.

If your lucky you can get a good clocker regardless of 1055/1090/1100. Whether your chances of getting a good clocker increase by getting a 95w 1055 or 1100 I don't know.

If I was buying again I'd get a 95w 1155 and a crosshair IV.
So the 890gpa-UD3H is not a good board for a thuban at 4.0 ghz?
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post #25 of 35
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So the 890gpa-UD3H is not a good board for a thuban at 4.0 ghz?
Not saying its not. I can't make an accurate analysis on this since I don't have an unlocked chip to compare it to. I just have had a lot of trouble getting this thing to 4.0. I'm sure if I had access to the multiplier, it would be much easier. At the same token, the increased phase power modules on the ASUS Crosshair IV will definitely help with a stable overclock. I believe your paying for convenience of the OC (and stability). I mean, thats how I look at it... I don't dislike my board.
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post #26 of 35
A lot of places have the 965 and 970 benching better than the 1090T on gaming. They were able to gt the 970 going at 4.2 Ghz also. Benches for the 1100 are not much better than the 1090T. The Hexacores are making more calculations though so if you're doing something other than gaming this may be right for you.

Honestly if you are getting an new Mobo and Proc the Intel Core i7 looks like the biggest and baddest right now. If you haven't3slapped it together yet I would go that route, but of course, Intel is more expensive...
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A lot of places have the 965 and 970 benching better than the 1090T on gaming. They were able to gt the 970 going at 4.2 Ghz also. Benches for the 1100 are not much better than the 1090T. The Hexacores are making more calculations though so if you're doing something other than gaming this may be right for you.

Honestly if you are getting an new Mobo and Proc the Intel Core i7 looks like the biggest and baddest right now. If you haven't3slapped it together yet I would go that route, but of course, Intel is more expensive...
Really? I'd like to see roof:
http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...6_1090t/14.htm
Shows otherwise. He already has the mobo, so its AMD all the way. I personally would wait for Bulldozer, but if you must, go with what you prefer. You could save some cash by buying a cheaper processor now and upgrading to bulldozer later.
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post #28 of 35
I think with enough tweaking, the 1090T and the right mobo, with some CAS 6 memory will result in über results for the price pay'd. Google and OCN are the best friend's you will have in this search.
    
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OP: you already have a board... what is your budget? If you want to do this once, go with a 1090/1100t, if you want to start w something good and upgrade later, consider the 965 and upgrade later.
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Thread Starter 
I do have a board but from what I have been told on here the 890A can not handle a 1090. So my question is what cpu would I see the most gains out of with this board. Keep in mind I will now be putting this board in my 7 year old sons pc.

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