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I find AMD Overdrive useful for voltage and temp monitoring while overclocking.

And just so you know where your at, my 1090 runs 4200 24/7 at 1.51 or so vCore and 1.3 CPU/NB at 2200 and ram at 1800.

I have been able to get the system benching at 4.4, 3.15, 1900, but the IMC runs out of headroom and it's not stable.

4.3 I can run and game at 4.3 but it errors out in prime at about 3 hours.

4.27 is the stable max speed but I don't see the point in pushing it right to the edge like that so I run it at 4.2 and hav3e had 0 problems.

Good luck, can't wait for Bulldozer!
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Thx for info on voltages, much appricieted Same, Bulldozer FTW !

Do you find it more stable on lower NB clock? And what is your HT clock? as i noticed big rise in perforance when pushing it to 2.7ghz like on my ex 965 be, it liked high NB clock...
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I do find it more stable yes. If I was water cooling the chipset I'd go ahead and run it up but I think the small gains you see are definitely outweighed by the extra heat and voltage you have to put through the chipset.

As for Hyper-transport, I run it at the same speed as my ram.

If I was absolutely sure these motherboards were gonna be able to fully utilize the BD, I would have bought a MB water block already but as it is I'm gonna wait.

The difference in LinX is about 6 gigaflops going from 2200 nb to 3000 nb.

Not worth the extra volts and heat.
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Same here with waterblock, gonna wait for full confirmation and then get it, almost got EK FC block for it when i was buying C4F

Ok, gonna try later with lower clock on NB, thx again

And btw what temps do you on cpu when you are linxing or priming? its arround 50 for me on cpu and 31 on cores and 52 NB
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The difference in LinX is less than 1 gigaflop going from 2200 nb to 3000 nb.

Not worth the extra volts and heat.
...

Gflops is only one way to measure CPU speed. And I got an increase of 7 Gflops with NB from 2000 to 2750, are you sure you were stable? With a good NB overclock your memory bandwith skyrockets, so it's definitely worth it, much more than core overclocking.

And I didnt even need to increase CPU-NB voltage with that NB OC, so no more heat or volts.

Thats why I'm running 3.3 ghz core/2750 NB instead of 3.5 ghz core/2500 NB.
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Gflops is only one way to measure CPU speed. And I got an increase of 7 Gflops with NB from 2000 to 2750, are you sure you were stable? With a good NB overclock your memory bandwith skyrockets, so it's definitely worth it, much more than core overclocking.

And I didnt even need to increase CPU-NB voltage with that NB OC, so no more heat or volts.

Thats why I'm running 3.3 ghz core/2750 NB instead of 3.5 ghz core/2500 NB.
Yeah I was just looking at that so I rebooted and tried it again. I got about 6 gigaflops increase going from 2200 to 2950 NB....
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Same here with waterblock, gonna wait for full confirmation and then get it, almost got EK FC block for it when i was buying C4F

Ok, gonna try later with lower clock on NB, thx again

And btw what temps do you on cpu when you are linxing or priming? its arround 50 for me on cpu and 31 on cores and 52 NB
See the revisions I made above on the actual performance differences of the different NB speeds.

Just watch your northbridge temp with something like PC Probe II or similar and raise them as High as you can go without making a lot more heat.

You will see your socket temps go up as you increase the voltage to the CPU/NB so keep that in mind if you are having temp issues.

My temps are about 55 or so at load.........

Just keep trying different combinations until you find one you like.
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I do find it more stable yes. If I was water cooling the chipset I'd go ahead and run it up but I think the small gains you see are definitely outweighed by the extra heat and voltage you have to put through the chipset.

As for Hyper-transport, I run it at the same speed as my ram.

If I was absolutely sure these motherboards were gonna be able to fully utilize the BD, I would have bought a MB water block already but as it is I'm gonna wait.

The difference in LinX is about 6 gigaflops going from 2200 nb to 3000 nb.

Not worth the extra volts and heat.
cpu-nb for a 4.2ghz...you wanna be at 2600 to 3000ghz if you can. 2200ghz for the cpu-nb is too low for a thuban.
hypertransport...just leave it at 2000ghz. i see no difference really when i move it up. cpu-nb is important. makes the most impact for single thread apps and some muliple apps as well. usually average out to 15 percent increase if you can get it to 3000ghz.
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