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You probably just need to increase your CPU-nb voltage.
Currently at 1.325 what would you recommend?
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post #12 of 14
That's high as it is. If it's not stable at that voltage, you need to back down your memory speed. The memory controller on the chip can have trouble dealing with 4 sticks at high overclocks. It does better with 2 sticks.
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post #13 of 14
The IMC has the same safe voltage ceiling as your CPU, just bump it more and check your temps.

Also make sure your timings and voltages are right. Enter them manually. Adding more memory could cause off timings to create an unstable system.
Edited by huhh - 11/3/11 at 11:21am
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by huhh View Post
You probably just need to increase your CPU-nb voltage.
Correct, more memory demands more CPU-NB voltage. Give it a bump and see what happens! The 1055T should be able to handle 4 DIMMs at 1600 splendidly.
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