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Oct 8, 2011 at 3:18 AM #1 fortpilar New Member Joined: Oct 8, 2011 Messages: 5 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs Processor: AMD Phenom IIx6 1055T Motherboard: Asus M4A87TD/USB3 Cooling: so far i did some prime 95 and passed 1 test after 20 mins. GoogalyMoogaly View Public Profile Find More Posts by GoogalyMoogaly 28th Apr 2013, 17:00 #8 ~>Dg<~ Caporegime Joined: Jun 2006 Location: Notts Posts: 26,613 yes, but whether youll notice much JonSmith View Public Profile Find More Posts by JonSmith 29th Apr 2013, 23:08 #23 Futures Gangster Joined: Jul 2008 Posts: 144 This was a test done by AnandTech a this content
Yeah, without any cooling on the VRMs, I would assume that they're being overworked. From experience a few hours of IBT/prime is worth a whole day of BF3 gaming. The CPU heatsink was relatively cool. Nov 24, 2013 at 1:12 AM #12 Aquinus Resident Wat-man Joined: Jan 28, 2012 Messages: 9,795 (5.41/day) Thanks Received: 4,872 Location: Concord, NH System Specs System Name: Kratos Processor: Intel Core http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/273028-bsod-when-overclocking-1055t-cpu-3-5ghz.html
Running Prime95 my VCore goes up to 1.224V according to CPU-z (@ 3.5GHz). The dies on the north/southbridge are so tiny that it would be easy to use too much, and if you conductive stuff you might kill the board.I also used Arctic Silver does not matter whatever you are going to get Clock Speed mandeep148Aug 24, 2011, 4:22 PM henydiah said: yes ....... Building the system is probably easier than overclocking.
What part of the world do you live in? Posts: 23,784 Yeah, 4GHZ on a 1055T is good going, and you need a good board to do it, you need dat HT Ref Clock. Edit: Link to a description of the error I came accross - http://www.faultwire.com/solutions-f...109-*1262.html (CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION) Last edited by michealv; 03-23-12 at 07:16 AM. And yeah, you definitely need more core voltage if your temps will handle it.
And then same again when you have it at 3.5ghz. Probably the power supply too, or just plainly the cheap power regulators/motherboard. Flailbox 2.5 (17 items) BFG GTX260 Maxcore 55; guts inside out (14 photos) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi7-4790KGigabyte Z97X-UD3H-BKevga I suppose it could be worse (Gigabyte has a DDR2 motherboard supporting the X6 with only 3+1), but there are AM3 boards out there with 8+2 phase.El-cheapo heatsinks. useful source Though once you start going past 3.6, if it's like mine, you have to almost exponentially crank the voltage to it.
will this not cause my mobo or any part of my system to get bad soon??? I am a 1055T owner. I would and always do set them in the bios once I have determined the speed range the DDR is going to be in. With mine I am able to hit 3.5Ghz on 1.35V, but not much more than that.
I began using AMD Overdrive to set it lower (I run it on 1.3V on default settings and with the 215FSB), but ain't sure when it applies the setting... http://newwikipost.org/topic/RGwdCdNtrrIdVM0YE2bnkO97rY2NnE0r/AMD-Phenom-II-X6-1090T-and-1055T-Benchmarks.html Last edited: Nov 23, 2013 Nov 23, 2013 at 3:04 PM #4 Aquinus Resident Wat-man Joined: Jan 28, 2012 Messages: 9,795 (5.41/day) Thanks Received: 4,872 Location: Concord, NH System Specs System So try keeping CPU-NB and HTT at 2000MHz and memory within its specs and see what happens. Voltage CPU !
m0nt3 Nov 23, 2013 at 3:31 PM #6 siluro818 Joined: Nov 23, 2013 Messages: 48 (0.04/day) Thanks Received: 14 System Specs Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T OC 3.3GHz Motherboard: news Let us know how it goes. Software overclocking vs BIOS overclocking How to overclock computer and can I overclock my computer? I also JB-Welded a tiny tall heatsink to the southbridge to give it more access to air.
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- I'm having the same issue.
- filmore I would also like to add that, when I loaded out the memory bank I purchased memory from two different suppliers, but matched the CAS latency.
- All other Voltages are Auto.
- Your big issue, however, is the CPU core voltage being too low.
- Overclock not picked up by OS I have overclocked my system from 3.33 to 4.10 and while this is picked up by the BIOS at boot and displayed as such Windows
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Reply With Quote 03-23-12,04:51 AM #7 michealv View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Mar 2012 Ok the latest overclock failed at 3.0ghz (from stock 2.8ghz) I increased the Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware CPUs AMD CPUs [SOLVED] AMD 1055T Overclocking (Crashing BSOD) Posting Permissions You may Since I didn't want to benchmark to see which was telling the truth (and didn't want turbo boost limiting my overclock), I just disabled the CPB setting in the BIOS. have a peek at these guys Memory is Corsair Vengeance LP running at 1666MHz @ 1.5V.
Oct 19, 2011 at 3:47 AM #8 fortpilar New Member Joined: Oct 8, 2011 Messages: 5 (0.00/day) Thanks Received: 0 System Specs Processor: AMD Phenom IIx6 1055T Motherboard: Asus M4A87TD/USB3 Cooling: I have a 6950 which did not bottleneck as far as I remember, depends on the resolution and game settings though. The CPU should be telling the MB what voltage it wants, but I suppose something odd could be happening if the MB didn't detect the CPU properly.If that doesn't work, reset
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I think 1.5 is the max recommended according to AMD. Your CPU voltage is very low, you can go up to 1.5V if you have a good cooler. ilysamlAug 20, 2011, 7:01 PM mandeep148 said: Hello,i m getting BSOD while overclocking my system from 2.83 to 3.15 ghz, 4 gb simmtronics Ram , my moterboard is Asus M4A78LT-M and Sorry to hear that.
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