[SOLVED] Am I using the right voltage for overclocking to 3.6 GHz ?

Deyan Dobromirov

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Hello, forum,

I tried to OC my Phenom 1090T to 3.6 GHz without touching the FSB@200, but I can't seem to do it I read around the OC articles that 1090T likes HT and NB at 2400 for being quite stable and it really is ( Cinebench and wPrime95). The maximum temperature is 62 degrees and I monitor and control it with SpeedFan PD-controller. I think my voltages may be wrong. These are my current settings. When loaded it with wPrime95, I saw maximum temps at 55-57 degrees. I am using Noctua NH-D15S for cooling and it idles at 42-43 degrees.

Here are the first and second parts of the cooler review:
  1. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ny6kvzAt1eI
  2. View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1Hkf3KkRLE
How far to 3.6GHz I can push it safely?
Are these the correct voltages for 3.6GHz?
 
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