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ok rigs in my sig anyone able to help me ive tried a few diff things but everytime i boot i get a msg saying some boot failure to overclocking..
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ok rigs in my sig anyone able to help me ive tried a few diff things but everytime i boot i get a msg saying some boot failure to overclocking..

Means something you overclocked, isn't going to work.

Reset your bios to original settings.

If you are trying to overclock a bunch of stuff at once- don't. Just do one thing at a time so you know what exactly is at fault for the failure.
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Means something you overclocked, isn't going to work.

Reset your bios to original settings.

If you are trying to overclock a bunch of stuff at once- don't. Just do one thing at a time so you know what exactly is at fault for the failure.

any ideas where n how to start to OC this?
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any ideas where n how to start to OC this?

No one is going to do it for you.

But a good place to start would be doing some research here
http://www.overclock.net/t/720502/the-1055t-owners-club

I spent a few days learning what everything is and how it affects the other components and then i started to experiment while still reading guides ect.
Now i have my 1100T at 3.9GHz stable and plan to go further with better cooling.

Its worth doing the research if you like to tinker with stuff.
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any ideas where n how to start to OC this?

As you probably know by now, you have a locked multiplier with that chip. So the only way to OC it is to bump the FSB... You can adjust this by switching Host Clock Control to manual (default is 200). But overclocking with the FSB is much trickier as while it speeds up your CPU it also has an affect on the CPU Northbridge, the HT Link, and the Memory clock. Meaning you have to contend with all 4 of those when trying to reach a stable overclock.

With that being said... read this guide. You will be using the section of the guide titled "Reference clock overclocking"

http://www.overclock.net/t/525113/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide
(if it doesn't take you to post 1, go to it)

Read it, Study it, Love it.

If you have any questions regarding what said things are in the guide in respect to your specific motherboard (Ex. FSB=Reference Clock=Host Clock etc.) PM me and I will be glad to tell you.

***Oh, and***

- If you don't already have HW-Monitor (or equivalent), Prime 95 (or equivalent), and CPU-Z... You need to download them.

- Don't confuse North Bridge with CPU-NB.

- A good baseline or starting point for your CPU voltage and the CPU-NB voltage are 1.35v and 1.15v respectively. These are pretty much the only 2 things you need to manually set voltages for, the only other one is the DRAM voltage... but atm you shouldn't worry about this and I think it tells you in the guide (or atleast it should) to lower the divider of your Memory Clock so it is running below it's rated speed. This is to ensure that the memory is not at fault for the stability of your overclock. Once you have found your overclock, you can worry about your ram speed.

- Remember to keep your processor temp below 62c.

Good Luck thumb.gif
Edited by Ultracarpet - 3/21/13 at 1:06am
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I have interested pics for our discussion about temps and Gigabyte boards. I havent changed CPU but i have move from UD-3 to Asus M5A97 EVO R2.0 and now to Gigabyte GA-990FXA UD-5 Rev 3.0. Very interested pictures i have hier thumb.gif One is with UD-3 and another with UD-5. U should pay attention to three temps reading and Package temperature. So, i guess Gigabyte has changed something, at least on UD-5 REV 3.0 !! As for the throttling, i have enabled HPC in BIOS after i set voltage and clocks i wanted. Then F10 and reboot. 20 runs IBT on high at settings u can see down below and no throttling at all !



http://www.pohrani.com/?42/DW/Ji73EON/1/vishera-at-48ghz-cineben.png UD-3

http://www.pohrani.com/?A/W5/3bSuZVUa/amd-fx-8320-ibt-high-45g.png UD-5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ultracarpet View Post

As you probably know by now, you have a locked multiplier with that chip. So the only way to OC it is to bump the FSB... You can adjust this by switching Host Clock Control to manual (default is 200). But overclocking with the FSB is much trickier as while it speeds up your CPU it also has an affect on the CPU Northbridge, the HT Link, and the Memory clock. Meaning you have to contend with all 4 of those when trying to reach a stable overclock.

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http://www.overclock.net/t/525113/phenom-ii-overclocking-guide
(if it doesn't take you to post 1, go to it)

Read it, Study it, Love it.

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***Oh, and***

- If you don't already have HW-Monitor (or equivalent), Prime 95 (or equivalent), and CPU-Z... You need to download them.

- Don't confuse North Bridge with CPU-NB.

- A good baseline or starting point for your CPU voltage and the CPU-NB voltage are 1.35v and 1.15v respectively. These are pretty much the only 2 things you need to manually set voltages for, the only other one is the DRAM voltage... but atm you shouldn't worry about this and I think it tells you in the guide (or atleast it should) to lower the divider of your Memory Clock so it is running below it's rated speed. This is to ensure that the memory is not at fault for the stability of your overclock. Once you have found your overclock, you can worry about your ram speed.

- Remember to keep your processor temp below 62c.

Good Luck thumb.gif


cheers ill have another good look over it..
do u recommend cpu-z and 1 other?
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hi guys.

does anyone know if the latest drivers for the ud5 is supported with the first revision of the board??

i seem to be having troubble with the board.. also does anyone have a copy of the bios that i can flash the board with on a us thogh the flash screen on the boot menu? the one though windows is a problem as i think my boards bios is messed up.


cheers
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@ khaotic

Seems tempers flare, with a flair, here.wink.gif

Thanks for your willing to try a Vishera on the board, it's much appreciated.
The temp related problems, all of us Vishera owners have are real.
I honestly believe, that when you place one on your board, you'll see what we are experiencing.

Thanks for hanging in there with us. Looking forward to reviewing your results.thumb.gif
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cheers ill have another good look over it..
do u recommend cpu-z and 1 other?

Get, HW-Monitor, Prime 95, Cpu-z.

HW-Monitor and Prime have substitutes but Cpu-z is sort of in a league of it's own.
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