From what I've read, 90 minutes is the high end of the recommended 30 - 90 minutes for a hop stand, with different hop characteristics obtained at different temperatures. Offhand I don't recall the low end of the temp scale, but IIRC it is around 150F.
I need to go find that info again. Partly out of laziness, I have just gone to turning off the burner, and stirring every few minutes, typically for 45 minutes, as I did this past weekend for a Summit Amarillo Citra IPA I made with FWH, 60 (Summit only), 5,1, and 0 (all citra) to a calculated 63 IBU, plus the supposedly ~10% additional isomerization from the hop stand, for a 1.066 OG beer. The fermentation aroma is wonderful, and the chilled wort tasted great.