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Topic Title: Need advice the best setting bios @ my rig 1090T
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 04/07/2011 06:35 AM
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AMD x6 1090T
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Hello everybody,
sry i'm not good in english
i need advice to make this pc work @ 4Ghz and 4,2Ghz
i have try 4Ghz and got 50-51 temp @full load 100% cpu.

now i need bios setting about the cpu, dram, and all of them to make stable and good PC @ 4Ghz or 4,2 Ghz...

my bios setting :
OC Tuner : Manual
Ratio : 20.0
TurboCore : Disabled
Bios Frequency : 200
PCIE Frequency : 100
DRAM Frequency : 1600
CPU / NB Frequency : 2600 - *this guide from the one who got my respect
HT Link Speed : 2200 - *this guide from the one who got my respect
Extreme OV : Enabled
CPU Voltage : 1.475
Dram Voltage : 1.65
CPU Load Lime Callbration : Auto
CPU / NB Calibration : Enabled
CPU and PCIE Spectrum : Disabled
DRam Latency 7-7-7-21 , row cycle time 41
DC Mode : Unganged (always)

please help me... i will be very happy if all of you can help me ^^
thanks so much...

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Edited: 04/07/2011 at 06:46 AM by oceansheiren
 04/07/2011 07:30 AM
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make sure you have good cpu cooler
Strart to bumb up your Bios frequency
This wil raise your ram memory and cpu frequency
you might need to add a little volts to cpu/nb this is part of memory controler 1.25 is max
your going to found out what works best for YOU
for example

bios frequency 210x cpu ratio 20 = 4200mhz
Over clocking is finding what works the best and stable there is no exact formula
here is more info

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 04/07/2011 09:53 AM
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Just remember, you always must gage your CPU OC based off of your temps. If you are coming within 5-6 degrees of the CPU's max temp threshold at 100% load then you have to see if you can run a higher OC at that same voltage and stay stable. If you cannot, then you have reached your max OC with your current cooling hardware. If you want to go higher then you will need a better cooling solution for your CPU.

The same applies to all of your other components as well. If you want to attain a higher OC on your NB, for example, but have reached your temp threashold then you will need to upgrade the cooling on that component.......etc all boils down to understanding what your hardware is rated for and staying below those limitations.....especially for a 24/7 OC.

Learn your hardware's specifications and then play around with different OC's....some go straight CPU multi for a CPU OC focus, some use the bus....some use a combination of both to achieve the best performance boost for what you do with your rig.

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