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I'm not to happy with the OC'ing on this 1035t...can't even get an additional 400mhz stable. I know its a lower binned chip anyways and not really guaranteed to OC, but I am finding reports of others getting much higher OC's on theirs.

Do I simply say I want to replace it? I would like another 1035t...maybe I'd get lucky and get one that my work a little better.....Obviously I guess I don't want to say I'm trying to overclock it......
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You roll the dice (in terms of overclocking - your trying to get a 1090t from a 1035t), but at the end of the day, an honest man always wins. Tell them you are not happy with the processor.
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Originally Posted by matt1898;14526821 
I'm not to happy with the OC'ing on this 1035t...can't even get an additional 400mhz stable. I know its a lower binned chip anyways and not really guaranteed to OC, but I am finding reports of others getting much higher OC's on theirs.

Do I simply say I want to replace it? I would like another 1035t...maybe I'd get lucky and get one that my work a little better.....Obviously I guess I don't want to say I'm trying to overclock it......

You have a low end board. What do you expect?
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Originally Posted by ecnelitsep;14527063 
You have a low end board. What do you expect?



I know, but I don't know how much of that is playing into the OC. Ran this CPU on another board, Biostar, but still a lower end board, and can only get the same OC.

However I did much better with several Athlon II x4's and x3...

For what its worth, this Gigabyte board has a pretty good BIOS layout for OC'ing, and I've done great with my 965BE, then of course, that CPU has an unlocked multiplier and obviously allowed to be overclocked. Oh well.
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Originally Posted by matt1898;14527299 
I know, but I don't know how much of that is playing into the OC. Ran this CPU on another board, Biostar, but still a lower end board, and can only get the same OC.

However I did much better with several Athlon II x4's and x3...

For what its worth, this Gigabyte board has a pretty good BIOS layout for OC'ing, and I've done great with my 965BE, then of course, that CPU has an unlocked multiplier and obviously allowed to be overclocked. Oh well.

Well Athlons are completely different chips and architectures, And yes a lowend board will get you NO where when your trying to OC. I would just return it for your money back and use your 965.
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You have a low end 4+1 power phase motherboard. One that can BARELY handle a 95w quad with overclocking. Now you've got a 95w six core, and expect to overclock it? It's not going to happen, as you've seen. You're lucky it hasn't blown the VRM's yet. Those Thuban chips are more than capable of pulling 160-180w after overclocking. So I can easily see where the problem lies.

You need a better board or a lower end CPU. I wouldn't even trust a 125w quad on that board.

And why didn't you buy the 1055T for only $15 more? Makes more sense, higher multiplier means easier to overclock.
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud;14527345 
You have a low end 4+1 power phase motherboard. One that can BARELY handle a 95w quad with overclocking. Now you've got a 95w six core, and expect to overclock it? It's not going to happen, as you've seen. You're lucky it hasn't blown the VRM's yet. Those Thuban chips are more than capable of pulling 160-180w after overclocking. So I can easily see where the problem lies.

You need a better board or a lower end CPU. I wouldn't even trust a 125w quad on that board.

And why didn't you buy the 1055T for only $15 more? Makes more sense, higher multiplier means easier to overclock.

I haven't seen any 1055t's that were 95watt, which is the main reason I went with it and was hoping to pair it with a budget board for another build.
And I'm aware of the limitations of this board, which is why, in another post, I was hoping to simply push up the FSB on this chip while keeping the voltages at stock, and being a 95 watt CPU, trusting that it simply wouldn't just starting sucking 180 watts through the mosfets.
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Originally Posted by matt1898;14527431 
I haven't seen any 1055t's that were 95watt, which is the main reason I went with it and was hoping to pair it with a budget board for another build.


There is a version of the 1055t that is 95w.
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post #9 of 16
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Originally Posted by dlee7283;14527454 
There is a version of the 1055t that is 95w.

I've been looking. Haven't found it on Newegg, Tigerdirect, Superbizz?? and one or two others the last I was looking..

Still keeping any eye out though..
post #10 of 16
I've got much the same board as you, just with USB3. I've had my 1055t at 4GHz (1.455V) for about 6 months now, with ghetto rigged heatsinks on the MOSFETs, so I don't think it's your board. Just out of interest, what aftermarket sinks are you using?
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