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I'm currently running my phenom II x6 1055t at 4.05Ghz with 1.4v
I'm a little worried to up the voltage any higher as i've heard bad stories about any voltages above 1.5, under load my temps aren't touching any higher then 40 degrees so that certainly isn't a problem.

What voltage do you think i would need to get the chip to 4.5ghz?
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Turbo Core is off
Cool & Quiet is off
Base Clock is at 300mhz
CPU Multiplyer is at 13.5
HT Link is at 2000mhz
CPU/NB Frequency is also at 2000mhz
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Well Personally I have more stable overclocks leaving the HT around 2000mhz like you have it and keeping the NB around 26-2800mhz... I do want to try to overclock with your settings though because I am only at 3.85Ghz I hear they like to have C1e off too, but I have no clue what it does...but I turn it off. Ok I am at 1.47 are you at 1.47 or 1.40 There is a difference, minimal but thats a couple clicks until 1.5. When I didn't know my ram was causing unstable OC's I had my voltage at 1.55. I think you are safe to continue inching your way up...once you hit that unstable point(which should come very quickly because you are getting to the top of its range) give it one more voltage click so 1.5v see if it is stable, if it is I would say you are safe...if it isn't stable, I would call it quits and revert back... If your board has a profile saving feature, save all your settings now so you can revert back if it doesn't work or if you just want to at a later time. Other than that good luck. I wouldn't mess with NB or HT right now just give yourself the last couple FSB's you can and hope it works, no need in trying to get them to 2000 even because ht can be 1800-2200 and nb I don't think matters I have seen over 3000 on here before. Good luck fellow 1055t
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i would be more worried about ur mobo than anything ealse
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Quote:
Originally Posted by levontraut;14390063 
i would be more worried about ur mobo than anything ealse

I think it can take one more bump, I mean it is ASUS, not MSI.... Jokes aside it is 6+2, no heat sinks on the VRM's. Have you put heatsinks on the VRM's?

Edit: if not you will want to get these and put them on the VRM's. Thats what I did, I don't even have active cooling on them just the heat sinks, I watched my temps go from 80-90 down to 55-65. It is only safe, given your board is safer than mine. haha.
Edited by caleb - 7/29/11 at 5:12am
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6+2 is sufficient for a Thuban, heatsinks or not. And since it's ASUS, he's completely safe. As long as he has good airflow he will be fine. And if his VRMs overheat, the MOBO will automatically throttle everything down. That's why ASUS is much better too.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Devilmaypoop;14390357 
6+2 is sufficient for a Thuban, heatsinks or not. And since it's ASUS, he's completely safe. As long as he has good airflow he will be fine. And if his VRMs overheat, the MOBO will automatically throttle everything down. That's why ASUS is much better too.

I'm just getting a grasp on all this. Thanks for correcting me. I am 4+1, plan on upgrading this winter and then BD maybe in spring if it looks to be worth the money for me. I need an ASUS board.
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it is actualy 4+1

ASUS Power Design :
- 4 +1 Phase Power Design

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3/M4A88TDM/#specifications
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Quote:
Originally Posted by levontraut;14391015 
it is actualy 4+1

ASUS Power Design :
- 4 +1 Phase Power Design

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_AM3/M4A88TDM/#specifications

So should he worry?
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Well, since it's 4+1, he should get some heatsinks on them and make sure the airflow is good. You can try to OC without heatsinks to see if your airflow is good enough to avoid throttling.
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