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I've scoured the forums here for quite a while and have found a lot of information on how to overclock the 1055t and better, but I have the 1035...and wonder if there's any information out there to help me out with it!

I don't know what it's capable of. I have an ASUS M5A97 board, 8gb Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz RAM & 600 Watt PSU and a Cooler Master Hyper 212+. So, naturally, I'd like to boost it a bit above its 2.6ghz frequency.

Are there any links out there for this chip? Perhaps just some helpful info you guys could toss my way? I'd like to get started working on this thing (and it's my first OC!) and need some direction.

Thanks!
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I've scoured the forums here for quite a while and have found a lot of information on how to overclock the 1055t and better, but I have the 1035...and wonder if there's any information out there to help me out with it!

I don't know what it's capable of. I have an ASUS M5A97 board, 8gb Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz RAM & 600 Watt PSU and a Cooler Master Hyper 212+. So, naturally, I'd like to boost it a bit above its 2.6ghz frequency.

Are there any links out there for this chip? Perhaps just some helpful info you guys could toss my way? I'd like to get started working on this thing (and it's my first OC!) and need some direction.

Thanks!
What motherboard do you have first?

I would imagine you could jump into the bios and start slowly increasing the FSB or something. I would think you could go to 3.3 or so. Keep you voltage under 1.55 and temps under 62c. Try and keep your HT link around 2k, and NB maybe around 2400-2800 around 1.35v?

Go to your user CP and fill in your Sig Rig info as well so we can see what you are working with.

And welcome to OCN!

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He has an M5A97, it's in his first post
The 1035 uses a 13x max multi. You need to be at 308x13 to reach 4Ghz. RAM would have to run slightly above 1600Mhz, likely not a problem in your case.

Set a target ref clock, get to it while keeping all clocks at stock or below... then raise the multipliers one by one (except Hypertransport, that stays as close to 2000Mhz as possible, +/- 200Mhz), stability test with IBT 10-20 high passes, raise voltage as/if necessary.
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He has an M5A97, it's in his first post
The 1035 uses a 13x max multi. You need to be at 308x13 to reach 4Ghz. RAM would have to run slightly above 1600Mhz, likely not a problem in your case.

Set a target ref clock, get to it while keeping all clocks at stock or below... then raise the multipliers one by one (except Hypertransport, that stays as close to 2000Mhz as possible, +/- 200Mhz), stability test with IBT 10-20 high passes, raise voltage as/if necessary.
Yea I see that now .

But yea, you pretty much took what I was going to say and made it sound smarter. LOL

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Last time I O'clocked a non unlocked chip thats what I did. I kept bumping the FSB until it wouldn't boot into Windows while keeping everything else as close to stock as possible with the multiplier set lower. Then went back and bumped the multiplier until it wouldn't boot. Then I started adding the volatage until I got a stable clock. Thats how I got my other PC up to 3.4.
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He has an M5A97, it's in his first post
The 1035 uses a 13x max multi. You need to be at 308x13 to reach 4Ghz. RAM would have to run slightly above 1600Mhz, likely not a problem in your case.

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I do not think he will be able to hit 308 with his motherboard, so getting to 4G is going to be hard. I hope I am wrong, but with the previous M4 generation it was very difficult to acheive over 300.

Do you think he will be able to get the FSB to 308?

The Processor turbos at 15.5, he may be able toget to 4g as the FSB is only 260.
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He has an M5A97, it's in his first post
The 1035 uses a 13x max multi. You need to be at 308x13 to reach 4Ghz. RAM would have to run slightly above 1600Mhz, likely not a problem in your case.

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This being my first time OCing, I'm a tad nervous. I see some of the acronyms and get a little overwhelmed and discouraged because I don't -quite- understand them, however, seeing numbers with names..helps, can just input those in BIOs hehe.

I seem gunshy when thinking of increasing voltage...everyone says watch for that.

When you say "set a target ref clock" - what are you saying? Set a goal for my cpu speed? Like...3.4-3.6ghz? And by "all clocks" do you mean NB and HT? Raising multipliers one by one...guess you mean do each thing separately, "stability test with IBT 10-20 high passes" - O.o?

Is there anything that can put some of this in either lamens terms or at least give me more of an understanding as to what some of that language means? If I need to sacrifice a goat or something, I'll gladly do it.
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I do not think he will be able to hit 308 with his motherboard, so getting to 4G is going to be hard. I hope I am wrong, but with the previous M4 generation it was very difficult to acheive over 300.

Do you think he will be able to get the FSB to 308?

The Processor turbos at 15.5, he may be able toget to 4g as the FSB is only 260.
Well, I'm not looking to go EXTREMELOL with this. I mean, I'm at 2.6 and when playing my games, I sit at 100% of my CPU usage..so Im just trying to speed it up so it will run a bit better.

Also, I'm in a UEFI BIOS which is all kinds of new...which sucks. So, finding some of this is a tad tricky.
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This being my first time OCing, I'm a tad nervous. I see some of the acronyms and get a little overwhelmed and discouraged because I don't -quite- understand them, however, seeing numbers with names..helps, can just input those in BIOs hehe.

I seem gunshy when thinking of increasing voltage...everyone says watch for that.
You can go up to 1.55 as long as you have proper cooling without any issues.

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When you say "set a target ref clock" - what are you saying? Set a goal for my cpu speed? Like...3.4-3.6ghz? And by "all clocks" do you mean NB and HT? Raising multipliers one by one...guess you mean do each thing separately, "stability test with IBT 10-20 high passes" - O.o
IBT is Intel Burn Test. Its a stability test for your CPU. It will make it run HOT and at 100%. That way you know you won't blue screen or overheat. Just watch and monitor you core temps to make sure you don't go over 62c.

And no leave you HT Link at as close to 2k as possible. And the NB at whatever is stock, I believe 2k as well. Raise your multiplier. Like he said MAX is 13x on your chip so you raise your FSB to a certain extent with your multi set lower, then you can up your multi to get to the clock speed you want, while trying to keep all other setting as close to stock. When you change your FSB you will affect everything else. You will also want to turn off or lock your PCIe multiplier so that you don't over clock all your cards and cause issues.

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Is there anything that can put some of this in either lamens terms or at least give me more of an understanding as to what some of that language means? If I need to sacrifice a goat or something, I'll gladly do it.
Like I said before. The easiest way for me to OC a non unlocked chip was to lower my multiplier down some. Like to 8 for you or something. Then up the FSB speed (while keeping everything else as close to stock as possible) until it won't boot into windows. Then say if you make it to 260 (these are just random numbers don't pay attention) or something and it wont boot then drop to say 250. Then up your multiplier x.5 and try to boot. If it won't then try upping the voltage in small increments like .01. Until it boots. Check the voltage in Windows with CPU-Z to make sure you don't go over 1.55v. Sometimes the amount set in the BIO is different that what is in Windows becuase of vdrop or vrise.

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You can go up to 1.55 as long as you have proper cooling without any issues.



IBT is Intel Burn Test. Its a stability test for your CPU. It will make it run HOT and at 100%. That way you know you won't blue screen or overheat. Just watch and monitor you core temps to make sure you don't go over 62c.

And no leave you HT Link at as close to 2k as possible. And the NB at whatever is stock, I believe 2k as well. Raise your multiplier. Like he said MAX is 13x on your chip so you raise your FSB to a certain extent with your multi set lower, then you can up your multi to get to the clock speed you want, while trying to keep all other setting as close to stock. When you change your FSB you will affect everything else. You will also want to turn off or lock your PCIe multiplier so that you don't over clock all your cards and cause issues.



Like I said before. The easiest way for me to OC a non unlocked chip was to lower my multiplier down some. Like to 8 for you or something. Then up the FSB speed (while keeping everything else as close to stock as possible) until it won't boot into windows. Then say if you make it to 260 (these are just random numbers don't pay attention) or something and it wont boot then drop to say 250. Then up your multiplier x.5 and try to boot. If it won't then try upping the voltage in small increments like .01. Until it boots. Check the voltage in Windows with CPU-Z to make sure you don't go over 1.55v. Sometimes the amount set in the BIO is different that what is in Windows becuase of vdrop or vrise.

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This is wonderful info, D. I'll monkey around with it and see what happens. I'll post a follow up asap!
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The M5A97 is based on the 870/770 chipset. It usually overclocks well, managing over 300 on the bus clock just fine.
Just see how high you can go. If you can't hit 308, go with whatever is stable.
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