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I'amm trying to overclock my 1055T to 4.0Ghz but my RAM seems to crash (well at least the CMOS stops at RAM light on the board then tries to reboot) at boot no matter what I do I'am currently running 16GB of Corsair Vengeance 1600Mhz and have also had the same problem with 8GB of G.Skill 1333Mhz ram

I have tryed increasing the voltage on the ram this has not worked currently I'am running the CPU at 3.4Ghz stable

So can anyone help me with this problem?

Thx
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Have you OCed your CPU-NB?
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Woops no what do u recommend i increase it by
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Woops no what do u recommend i increase it by
Nb freq as high as you can 2600-3000MHz, CPU/NB voltage between 1.35 and 1.45v. (1.55v max same as CPU) but it shouldn't take that much. I have mine running 1.468v as my Ram is already tightened and freq OC'd.

Maintain the HT Link Speed at 2000MHz +/- 100MHz

With 16GBs and 4 sticks you may have to drop back to 1333MHz for ram and really play with both Dram voltage and CPU/NB voltage to be stable. You can always tighten timings to increase performance after you're stable at 1333MHz.
Edited by The Sandman - 4/29/11 at 10:24pm
 
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All this is good and well, but lets not make it to difficult.

1) focus on your CPU, NB, RAM

These all work together, first thing is the CPU is limited to the x14 multiplier. So to overclock you are going to be using the CPU clock,HTT, FSB.

To use this there are two main voltages the CPU voltage and the NB voltage.
The CPU voltage is self explanatory, but the NB voltage is what you need to stabilize the CPU clock,HTT,FSB.

The next thing to remember is that the CPU clock,HTT,FSB is linked to the HT, CPU/NB,RAM among other things.

The idea I use is to get the CPU overclock stable before inserting other things into the mix, this is where things get tricky real quick.
So I try to keep the HT, CPU-NB and RAM as close to stock as possible by reducing the multipliers as needed. If you don then the next time you reset it will without a doubt crash.

Once you have balanced the CPU by stressing with Intel Burn Test, OCCT or other software then I move onto the ram, since you have balanced the CPU then if there are any crashes after that then you know it's the RAM.

Once I have then balanced the ram then I move onto the CPU/NB, so if you think of it like constructing a multiple layered cake and the next layer can't go on until the layer before it is finished, there isn't much that can go wrong.
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