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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520778 
No you're the one getting confused, The only thing that increasing the CPU-NB voltage will do is generate more heat within the chip itself and cause instability but I guess you knew that right rolleyes.gif

I run a 3Ghz MB clock and if I drop my NB voltage down by a single notch it fails stress testing and raising the CPU-NB voltage does nothing to help it. Putting the NB voltage back to 1.4v allows me to pass stress testing again.

alright man...fill out oyur specs..and ill show you how to overclock a amd setup. raead your guide again dude...its stated its called the cpu-nb...LOL its not hard bro..get a grip and listen to others. my 965 was clocked at 4.3ghz with cpu-nb of 2800ghz. and my 1090t was clocked at 4.5ghz with cpu-nb of 3174ghz. =) my nb was only set at 1.2volts while the cpu-nb was set at 1.425 volts and this is using a asus 890fx formula.
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Originally Posted by Nvidia-Brownies;14520816 
I think a 1075T has C3 Stepping. Check CPU-Z.

Stepping 0 in CPU-Z but yes, Phenom 2 x6's overclock better then the quad and dual versions
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Originally Posted by sleepergsr;14520828 
alright man...fill out oyur specs..and ill show you how to overclock a amd setup. raead your guide again dude...its stated its called the cpu-nb...LOL its not hard bro..get a grip and listen to others. my 965 was clocked at 4.3ghz with cpu-nb of 2800ghz. and my 1090t was clocked at 4.5ghz with cpu-nb of 3174ghz. =)

I know how to overclock thank you very much rolleyes.gif

4.5Ghz is more of a high binned chip then the overclocker rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520853 
I know how to overclock thank you very much rolleyes.gif

4.5Ghz is more of a high binned chip then the overclocker rolleyes.gif

sorry..but i was on a waterchilled setup. temps were always at 20c idle and load were at 43c. =)
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op..go get a board that supports cpu-nb voltage. thats the only way to get the frequency higher. ignore rocket dog. hes confused right and a lost soul.
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Originally Posted by sleepergsr;14520869 
sorry..but i was on a waterchilled setup. temps were always at 20c idle and load were at 43c. =)

So there you go, Your results were nothing to do with your skill, It was because of the cooling system you was using.

Give me water chiller and I'll get some high overclocks as well rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520778 
No you're the one getting confused, The only thing that increasing the CPU-NB voltage will do is generate more heat within the chip itself and cause instability but I guess you knew that right rolleyes.gif

I run a 3Ghz MB clock and if I drop my NB voltage down by a single notch it fails stress testing and raising the CPU-NB voltage does nothing to help it. Putting the NB voltage back to 1.4v allows me to pass stress testing again.

CPU-NB controls the voltage of the non-core components on the CPU, namely the memory controller and the L3 cache, usually called the NB. Increasing the speed of these components is a big deal for overall system performance. A faster memory controller increases memory performance considerably, even if the memory itself is not touched. A faster L3 cache has obvious benefits that are compounded by the fact that the individual cores communicate with each other through it.

The non-cpu NB voltage, when I have seen it listed that, was the voltage going to the chipset. You do not need to OC the chipset, and should not have to over volt it.
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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520823 
They are separte things but they're still linked, The NB still links to the CPU and it's that link that's being overclocked thus the need to increase NB voltage.

If anything this should be underclocked.

There is NO performance gain to be had by OCing the HTT link. All it does is connect the CPU to the chipset, and the chipset is just a glorified PCI-E bus.

Even at an HT link speed of 1GHz (half of stock), there is a surplus of bandwidth on single GPU systems.

If you are indeed OCing your HTT link, then yes, you probably do need more chipset voltage. It's meaningless to do so though.
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Originally Posted by sleepergsr;14520885 
op..go get a board that supports cpu-nb voltage. thats the only way to get the frequency higher. ignore rocket dog. hes confused right and a lost soul.

He already said his board supports CPU-NB voltages, So you don't read as well as don't listen.
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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520894 
So there you go, Your results were nothing to do with your skill, It was because of the cooling system you was using.

Give me water chiller and I'll get some high overclocks as well rolleyes.gif

whatever bro...just by judging your comments and insights to the op...you just proved to me that you're not ready to help others. you sit there and calll us a intel fanboy and stating that we dont know anything about amd. LOL. op. according to your motherboard, its limited by vrm heating up to. i suggest you should get a better board that supports vrm cooling and it should help you achieve a higher overclock and a higher cpu-nb overclock. stick with a board that does 8+2 power phase and 8 pin cpu power. that boards not really a great overclocking motherboard.
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Originally Posted by Rocket Dog;14520520 
Listen Intel boy don't tell me what a CPU-NB overclocks, Go and do some overclocking yourself.

Or better yet read some giudes, Infact Here's ONE for you.

Notice how they never touched the CPU northbridge? And why is it that my board won't even boot if I set my NB Voltage less then 1.4v?

Oh hey I have 46 posts and 1 rep, let me insult other people and pretend like I know what I'm talking about. Cool guy on the Internet reporting in.
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