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Ock ASUS FORMULA IV - PHENOM 1090T

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August 31, 2011 4:54:50 PM

Hello;

Hello, I would like some help to overclock this machine.
I'm having instability in it, but I have low temperatures.
Iddle 32C - 50C Full Stable. What I think is the SB generates reboots and HT.

thanks!

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE 3.2Ghz + Thermaltake Frío
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September 2, 2011 1:44:01 PM

Hi and welcome to Tom's forum.

Before start with the above guide, do you have the link of your PSU?
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September 12, 2011 2:28:13 PM

Hello, my cpu configuration actual is as follows:
3900: 210x18.5
2400 NB / HT
1333MHz DDR3 (1600MHz) 702MHz
1.425v CPU
HT 1.21
Temperature: 40 ° C (104 ° F) limits to 62C (143 F)

If I use 1600 to 800 MHz @ BSoD!
My temperature is low, running at 4 GHz, but can not stabilize the cpu I think it is memory or is in the HT limit???
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September 12, 2011 2:42:00 PM

Set your HT to 2000MHz and keep NB at current speed.

Set the RAM to default specs in BIOS at 1.65V.
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September 12, 2011 2:57:39 PM

saint19 said:
Set your HT to 2000MHz and keep NB at current speed.

Set the RAM to default specs in BIOS at 1.65V.


Memories of manufactures say to 1.6v, above this value, I have set starting at 1.8v with proper operation, also with latencies of 11,11,11,28, and 9,9,9,24 1T, 2T

The HT should not go to the same speed as the NB?
I use these formulas: for RAM:
DRAM Frequency = [(FSB*DRAM Ratio) / FSB Ratio]*2
(210*18.5/4)*2 = 1950MHz
But I can not run at that speed but that does not support more than 1600, since it does not start the setup.

For NB:
CPU-NB Frequency (+/-200) = (CPU frequency * 2) / 3.15
3900MHz = 2476,19MHz NB

I tried with HT 2000 and 1.65v, but not stable.
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September 12, 2011 4:37:08 PM

Not, HT and NB frequency can be different.

HT at 2000MHz at stock voltage or 1.125V is enough at least than you run SLI or Crossfire.

Set the RAM multiplier until you see the 1600MHz and set the specs of your RAM manually with voltage to 1.65V. You don't need change the FSB
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September 19, 2011 4:51:20 PM

saint19 said:
Not, HT and NB frequency can be different.

HT at 2000MHz at stock voltage or 1.125V is enough at least than you run SLI or Crossfire.

Set the RAM multiplier until you see the 1600MHz and set the specs of your RAM manually with voltage to 1.65V. You don't need change the FSB



Hi, thanks for your response; something that I wanted to know is if I set all the voltages to manual and not by auto; which values would put. I'm using this configuration...

AI Overclock = Manual
CPU RATIO = 20
AMD Turbo CORE Technology = Disabled
CPU BUS frequency = 200
PCIE frequency = 100
CnQ = Enabled
C1E = Enabled
Core Unlocker = Disabled
DRAM frequency = 1600 DRAM
CPU/NB frequency = 2600
HT Link Speed = 2000
CPU Load-Line Calibration = Full Calibration
CPU/NB Load-Line Calibration = 0% Calibration
Extreme OV = Disabled
CPU & NB Voltage Mode = Manual
CPU voltage = 1.425
CPU/NB voltage = 1.21
CPU VDDA voltage = AUTO
DRAM Voltage = 1.65
HT voltage = AUTO
NB voltage = AUTO
NB 1.8 Voltage = 1.82
SB voltage = AUTO
Do it may be that if I put 1. 92v NB 1.8 voltage pruning upload frequency CPU/NB 3000?
Values them in AUTO must modify them manually?

Thank you!
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September 19, 2011 5:04:10 PM

For those 3000MHz you need change the CPU/NB voltage and not the NB voltage option
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September 26, 2011 3:27:17 PM

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September 27, 2011 12:53:58 PM

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