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post #1 of 11
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Hi,


This is my first overclock... Well. just wondering if after 11 hours of prime 95 is good enough? I also did 30 minutes of intelburntest at maximum and it passed.

Temps never went over 49c on both tests. Room temp was at 25c.


Here are some pics of the settings.... Should i do something else to improve it? Notice that even so my bios vcore is set to 1.42v, it does spike to 1.49v(1.488 in cpuZ)..Weird

thanks



post #2 of 11
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guess i should be doing something right. cuz 58 ppl look at it and no comments?
post #3 of 11
Try lowering the voltage, I get 4ghz @ 1.36v on my 1100T
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post #4 of 11
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Try lowering the voltage, I get 4ghz @ 1.36v on my 1100T

i did lowered to 1.40v and ibt said is unstable.

Edit, even on the standard test.
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Originally Posted by chris-br View Post
i did lowered to 1.40v and ibt said is unstable.

Edit, even on the standard test.
try lowering your NB to stock and test your oc first then oc your NB if you start getting errors your NB needs more volts not your cpu.

EDIT btw NB voltage control should stay stock its CPU-NB vid volts is the one you should raise up. at 2.5 should be around 1.2 / 1.3v, that should make your cpu stable with lowered volts
Edited by Darksoul844 - 11/7/11 at 3:44pm
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OK. lowered to 1.37 the vcore and cpu-nb vid to 1.32v running ibt now and it crashes.. also put Nb and memory back to stock speeds. is crashing even at standard test. ;(

I also changed to 17.5 multi and 230 bus.

edit: Was stable at those settings at first post.
post #7 of 11
Every chip is different and will require different voltage for set clocks. It's not uncommon to require that amount of voltage for 4GHZ fully stable. Your LLC (Load Line Calibration) is pushing your voltage higher under load. Generally this is a good thing and just means that you can boot and run normal tasks with less voltage until the CPU is under load. If you were 11HRS Prime95 Stable, then I would only start dropping the voltage by 0.001v at a time to find the lowest stable voltage.
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Originally Posted by ALUCARDVPR View Post
Every chip is different and will require different voltage for set clocks. It's not uncommon to require that amount of voltage for 4GHZ fully stable. Your LLC (Load Line Calibration) is pushing your voltage higher under load. Generally this is a good thing and just means that you can boot and run normal tasks with less voltage until the CPU is under load. If you were 11HRS Prime95 Stable, then I would only start dropping the voltage by 0.001v at a time to find the lowest stable voltage.
Tried that.. had to go back to those settings in order to get stable again.
post #9 of 11
You don't seem to be having much luck. The 1100T is a BE isn't it?

You tried riding the Multi upto 20x and leaving the FSB at 200?
I can actually post and use my PC on 4.2Ghz just buy hitting a 21x multi and not changing any voltage settings at all, leaving in on auto in the bios, but the vcore is around 1.48 doing that, so I tend to keep 213x19 @ 1.42v ..

As stated by ALUCARDVPR, every chip is unique. ^^
 
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You don't seem to be having much luck. The 1100T is a BE isn't it?

You tried riding the Multi upto 20x and leaving the FSB at 200?
I can actually post and use my PC on 4.2Ghz just buy hitting a 21x multi and not changing any voltage settings at all, leaving in on auto in the bios, but the vcore is around 1.48 doing that, so I tend to keep 213x19 @ 1.42v ..

As stated by ALUCARDVPR, every chip is unique. ^^
it is a BE. Will try that after work.
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