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1100t Trying to hit 4.1, input?

post #1 of 11
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I have an 1100t that just cant get to even 4.1+ stable. I'm trying to make sure that I'm not ignoring some other settings that can make this a bit easier for the chip. Here are the settings

cross hair 5 formula
CPU is 19.5x206 for 4030mhz @ 1.525v
NB is 2893mhz @ 1.28v
Ram is 4gb gskill ripjaw 8-8-8-24 @ 1.61v (stock cl7 @1333 and 1.5v)

Idle temps are about 18 degrees (h50 with two 3k rpm fans push/pull)
load temps around 53

CPU LLC is High
CnQ disabled/turbo disabled

There's a lot of other settings in this bios, what am I missing that could help me out? For ****s and giggles I got an 1090t to see if that would be any different, maybe my 1100t is just a "slow" chip, but couldn't get 4.1 stable either, even up to 1.55v, took that crap back the same day :-) Could it be my board that's inhibiting me slightly?
post #2 of 11
Hi, That sounds like you hit the limit for the cooling your using.

I would try if you havent already to set your fsb too 260-16x multi for 4.16ghz or 286-15.5 multi for 4.14ghz.

nb 2600 @1.24-1.26

let your mobo do more of the work


i hope this helps


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post #3 of 11
I disagree about the cooling. try putting your nb back on auto. go to 20 on multi and 205 on fsb. leave everything else alone. try resetting your ram voltages to stock as well. sometimes less is more. leave your core voltage as is.
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So, I know this has probably been asked before, but in my situation, could completely switching the aproach to a FSB based strategy rather than a more multi-based strategy bring stability? Ive typically seen how far I could go with multi, brought it back one or two steps, then round it out with FSB. Could clocking this chip like it was a 1055t help?
post #5 of 11
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let me phrase it this way...

a fsb of say (i dont know if the math is right, but you get the point)
235x17.5 for 4ghz or so WITH ram multi changed to 1600mhz and NB multi bumped to 2800

compared to a cpu multi of 200x20 for 4ghz and ram and nb at 1600 and 2800 respectively...does the presence of a higher fsb lend itself to stability/instability on these chips or in general?
post #6 of 11
its definitely worth a try. i had my 1055 clocked at 279 stable for 3.9 so anything is possible.
post #7 of 11
of course it will be lol. and first of all you should only oc one part at a time start with cpu find stability, then move to nb and ram try this method ok.

evrything stock reset to defaults.

fsb 286 x14 leave everything els on stock find the right voltage should be around 1.48-1.5

once you happy the cpu is stable then move to nb, sweet spot is between 2600 and 2800 at 1.24v - to even 1.3v maybee needed

once you have the nb and the cpu stable then start fiderling with your ram speeds and timmings, or your never going to no what causing insterbility.


also 286 x 14 = 4004mhz will yeld slightly better performance than 200 x 20 as everthing is comunicating faster


at the end of the day whats 100 mhz i would rarther have a more stable system.

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of course it will be lol. and first of all you should only oc one part at a time start with cpu find stability, then move to nb and ram try this method ok.

evrything stock reset to defaults.

fsb 286 x14 leave everything els on stock find the right voltage should be around 1.48-1.5

once you happy the cpu is stable then move to nb, sweet spot is between 2600 and 2800 at 1.24v - to even 1.3v maybee needed

once you have the nb and the cpu stable then start fiderling with your ram speeds and timmings, or your never going to no what causing insterbility.


also 286 x 14 = 4004mhz will yeld slightly better performance than 200 x 20 as everthing is comunicating faster


at the end of the day whats 100 mhz i would rarther have a more stable system.

good luck
Thats not what Im saying. Im aware that raising the fsb raises ram and nb and ht. Im saying on two equal systems, one with overclocked cpu, processor, and ram, the only difference being one achieved it with their respective multis for nb, cpu, and ram, and the other system using fsb to achieve, does the mere presence of an elevated FSB lend itself to better stability, as opposed to one that just used multis? Or is it just 6 of one, a half dozen of another? I AM aware that raising the FSB does in fact raise other specs along with it.
post #9 of 11
omg.


just try all methods

use my method and you cant go far wronge



about stability= yes it can do but it all depends on the cpu, one 1100t might love 4.2ghz were another 1100t might only like 3.7 thats just the game we play when overclocking, nothing is a dead sert.

play around try 200 220 240 286 find the sweet spots

have a look on hwbot and see what other people are getting


i cant help you anymore


good luck




the most important thing to rember is to only oc one part at a time, or yall be going round and round for days untill you break something
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I see my question has gone right over your head. I give up. Back to testing.
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