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1055t overclocking help

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Hi all,

Just got a new board and am trying to OC my 1055t again, however it isn't going very well at all.

I have disabled turbo core/cnq/all other things like this. I am aiming for 3.8Ghz.

I tried:

FSB - 272Mhz
Multi - 14x
therefore clock is 3808Mhz

Memory frequency at 1088Mhz (Default clock is 1333Mhz but my ram is a crappy no name brand that I got off a mate for free so I won't dare go over that haha)

CPU/NB and HT Link @ 2176Mhz

CPU LLE on

vCPU - 1.475v
vCPU/NB - 1.325v

CPU VDDA voltage - auto
DRAM voltage - auto
NB Voltage - 1.2v
NB HT Voltage - 1.3v
NB 1.8V Voltage - Auto

I haven't fiddled with ram timings, they are all set to auto.
I've tried this set of values and even tried lowering the clock to 3.7 and 3.6 but it just won't start, doesn't even show me the bios screen, just nothing.

Any help would be appreciated.
Edited by theSpacec0wboy - 9/30/11 at 2:11am
post #2 of 6
Thread Starter 
Ok I got it to boot into windows but now it bsods after about 2 minutes :/
post #3 of 6
Try doing FSB at 200 and only upping the Multiplier. Ditch the OC'ing of the HT and NB/CPU until you stabilize your CPU OC. Put your memory back on stock. Lower your CPUv. See how that goes.
post #4 of 6
Keep HT Link at or below 2000Mhz always.

1600Mhz RAM is must for overclocking a 1055T or other locked multipliers.
post #5 of 6
Quote:
Originally Posted by theSpacec0wboy View Post
CPU/NB and HT Link @ 2176Mhz

CPU LLE on

vCPU - 1.475v
vCPU/NB - 1.325v

CPU VDDA voltage - auto
NB Voltage - 1.2v
NB HT Voltage - 1.3v
NB 1.8V Voltage - Auto
You probably need to add more vcore, try 1.48v
CPU/NB Voltage looks good, try raising the CPU/NB clock to 2500mhz+
Do not touch the NB Voltage, NB HT Voltage, or NB 1.8v, keep all of them on auto.

And you need to keep your HT Link between 1900 and 2100, pretty much as close to 2000 as possible. Any lower or higher and you are losing performance.

Another thing you should do while overclocking your cpu and cpu/nb is to take the ram completely out of the picture. You already have the clock lowered but I would also loosen the timings to 11-11-11-36. If you arent getting past the bios the problem is more than likely the RAM or your Motherboard. You can also try pushing your CPU/NB Voltage to 1.35 and see if that helps.
Edited by UsedPaperclip - 9/30/11 at 7:31am
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Originally Posted by SightUp View Post
Try doing FSB at 200 and only upping the Multiplier. Ditch the OC'ing of the HT and NB/CPU until you stabilize your CPU OC. Put your memory back on stock. Lower your CPUv. See how that goes.
No, no, no, and no.

Keep all of your settings the same, but this time change your NB multiplier to 10, so that your NB is running at 2720mhz, but make sure to keep your HT as 2176, or as close to 2000mhz as possible. Overclocking your NB should help to stabilize your OC. It might require you to raise your CPU-NB voltage up to 1.35v though.

UsedPaperclip's post above mine has some pretty good advice too.
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