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Topic Title: Is it ok to run a 1090T at 1.5v?
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Created On: 09/10/2011 09:48 PM
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 09/10/2011 09:48 PM
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serbusfish
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I eventually managed to get 4ghz stable on my 1090T but I found the only way to do it was to set cpu vcore to 1.5v. Is it ok to have the vcore set this high? Temps go up to 62'c in prime95 stress test, but are much lower when gaming, probably around 51/52'c.

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Edited: 09/10/2011 at 10:04 PM by serbusfish
 09/11/2011 08:30 AM
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Fallen-Angek.Igor
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It's a good question, I o.c. my 1090 to 4.0, too, (19*211Mhz) bt with 1.46v and everything seems to be stable. I could game, stress the System with AIDA64 and use Prime95 at once. But when I use the Folding @Home Tracker with my GPU & CPU, the system crashes.... So I also would know if it's "good" to go till 1.5v.

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 09/11/2011 09:58 AM
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P.S.: When I set the v to 1.5, the tems go to 63-64°

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