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what are the appropriate values when overclocking the 1100t cpu?

post #1 of 17
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im currently on the bios page under the advanced tab

Ai overclock tuner manual
cpu bus frequency 325
pcie freq. 100

CPU RATIO AND VOLTAGE:
cpu ratio 14.0x
amd turbo core tech disabled
cpu/NB freq. auto
cpu voltage auto
cpu/NB voltage auto
cpu VDDA voltage auto

HT CONNECT INFO
ht link speed auto
het link width auto
ht voltage auto

dram freq 1300mhz
dram voltage auto


CHIPSET VOLTAGE

nb voltage auto
NB 1.8V VOLTAGE auto
SB VOLTAGE auto

PCIE spread spectrum disabled


ram speed 1333mhz
hyper n520 cpu fan
post #2 of 17
You have unlocked multiplier. Don't touch CPU Bus Frequency. Just increase Multiplier from 16.5 to 18 and you will get 3.6GHz CPU without any voltage adjustment.
    
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but i want to reach 4 ghz
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Mine is...

CPU multiplier @ x20.5 for 4.13GHz
CPU voltage @ 1.425v

Every chip is different as well as motherboards so you may need to increase the voltage a little more. Just take it slow and small increments and test for stability after each adjustment.
Also make sure Quiet & Cool is disabled as well as CPU unlock. Also keep the voltage below 1.55v.
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post #5 of 17
Try 20x200 with 1.45v / 1.475v on CPU and 1.3v on CPU NB and you'll got 4GHz CPU Frequency. Test with Prime95 Small FFT's for 6~12 Hours and if it's stable, start droping your voltages 1 by 1 till you find lowest stable voltage on your chip.
    
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post #6 of 17
Here are my 1100T settings...

CPU Clock Ratio: x18 (4014 Mhz)
CPU Northbridge Freq: x12 (2676 Mhz)
Core Performance Boost: Disabled

CPU Host Clock Control: Manual
CPU Frequency: 223
PCIE Clock:100
HT Link Width: Auto
HT Link Frequency: x9 (2007 Mhz)

Set Memory Clock: Manual (9-9-9-28 T1)
Memory Clock: x6.66 (1486 Mhz)

System Voltage Control*: Manual
CPU NB VID Control: 1.2000V (+0.050V )
CPU Voltage Control: 1.3750V (+0.050V)

*all other voltages set to Normal
CnQ disabled

I'm sure I could do better with my RAM settings. For now it's stable so I'm happy smile.gif

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post #7 of 17
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can i still play games and browse the internet during the test?
post #8 of 17
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can i go for higher clock speeds like 4.5 ghz?
post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by aleaddict View Post

Here are my 1100T settings...

CPU Clock Ratio: x18 (4014 Mhz)
CPU Northbridge Freq: x12 (2676 Mhz)
Core Performance Boost: Disabled
CPU Host Clock Control: Manual
CPU Frequency: 223
PCIE Clock:100
HT Link Width: Auto
HT Link Frequency: x9 (2007 Mhz)
Set Memory Clock: Manual (9-9-9-28 T1)
Memory Clock: x6.66 (1486 Mhz)

System Voltage Control*: Manual
CPU NB VID Control: 1.2000V (+0.050V )
CPU Voltage Control: 1.3750V (+0.050V)

*all other voltages set to Normal
CnQ disabled
I'm sure I could do better with my RAM settings. For now it's stable so I'm happy smile.gif
-- ale

I like his overclock because he's overclocking the whole system rather than just cpu....read these....much better overall performance than just cpu alone
http://slappablog.wordpress.com/2010/10/14/phenom-ii-imc-ram-overclocking-guide/
http://slappablog.wordpress.com/2009/05/28/phenom-ii-am3-overclocking-essentials-guide/
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post #10 of 17
What are you using to cool it?....to get over 4ghz requires some serious cooling......you will need something other than stock to run anywhere close to 4ghz thumb.gif
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