Originally Posted by fapestar
Okay, so the only Voltages you are going to be changing are the CPU Voltage, the CPU/NB Voltage, and the D Ram Voltage
The only Multiplier you'll change is the CPU Multiplier (which may also automatically change the Multiplier for Memory) and the NorthBridge Multiplier.
Start by Changing the Multiplier to get to 3.5. Run Prime for 4 Hours. If you get an error, Raise voltage.
IF you raise it and dont get an Error Go to 3.7 ghz.
If you get a Error, raise CPU Voltage.
If you still get an error, Adjust your Memory clock speed, make sure it near factory and change DRam Voltage up a lil.
If you dont get an error raise to 3.9 GHZ, And repeat all your steps.
After you get to 4.0 GHZ or whatever, go back and raise you CPU/Northbridge Multiplier. Doing the same process with multiplier/voltage you did with the cpu. Change the CPU/NB voltage not the NB voltage, remember that.
Keep the HT link at around 2000. Overclocking HT leads to bad performance.
By the way, I wouldnt touch the Ram Timmings at all if you dont need to.
It's a 1055t. No multi control, its all FSB. The 1055t is stuck at a constant 14X multi.
Originally Posted by wastedkid
These are my changes.
CPU VDD Voltage [Auto]
CPU-NB Voltage [Auto]
CPU PLL Voltage [Auto]
DPU DRR-PHY Voltage [Auto]
Dram Voltage [1.651]
DR VREF Voltage [Auto]
DDR VTT Voltage [Auto]
NB Voltage [Auto]
NB PCI-E Voltage [Auto]
HT Link Voltage [Auto]
SB Voltage [Auto]
The voltage you have it at seems really low... Do you have the one that has a lower stock voltage? Because mine's stock at 1.4v. MAKE SURE your HT link speed is within 200mhz of 2000mhz, or it wont boot/reduce life of different parts. And it'll reduce performance. just adjust the HT multi to change it.Edited by lostmage - 11/3/11 at 10:24am