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orangatang 02-17-2012 07:42 PM

AMD 1090t OC help
 
Hey for the comp guys out there,
I want to be able to OC my core to 4ghz. I currently have it at 3.6ghz and that is from using the AMD catalyst because I am to lazy to change the volts and myself, and I also don't want to fry my system or motherboard.
I am currently using an air cooler(Newegg.com - ZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-R 135mm Long life bearing CPU Cooler Red LED ) because I like having the back fan as an exhaust fan as well as the top. It pulls though the front side and bottom I believe. I don't want to use a water cooled system. I was thinking of a close loop system like the Corsair H50 or h70 but I am not sure if it will help anymore then the air cooler or if I should get the NH-D14.

I was wondering what cooler your guys are using and how far have you OC your core and is it 24/7 stable. With the cooler what volts and what are the temps of the core under stress, prim 95 or just stress from games. Whats the multiplier you are using

entire comp system is on page two of http://www.snowboardingforum.com/off...mputers-2.html

Rider161 02-17-2012 08:04 PM

Computers page 3 first post currently at 4.2ghz and 24/7 stable :thumbsup: I believe my voltage is at 1.35v and at full load never see's anything above 58 Celsius

I would recommend the H70 but the Noctura is a great cooler as well and will run aprox up to 10 degree's hotter than the H70 according to tests.

nickwarrenn 02-18-2012 12:22 PM

I'm running a 955 on a Hyper 212+, 1.5v and stable at 4Ghz. 200Mhz with a multiplier of 20. Temperature isn't an issue, I don't know what it is but not too hot.

gprider_capita 02-18-2012 12:37 PM

Check out Overclock.net - An Overclocking Community for your overclocking they will help you out with your problem guaranteed.


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