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Will more than likely hit a wall @ or around 4.4GHz. Also what CPU cooler are you using? If on air I woudn't push it much farther unless temps are low.
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im using hyper n520 by cooler master
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what are your temps reading now?
to get much above 4ghz 24/7 you will either need top of the line air or real watercooling loop smile.gif
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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

some of those setting options are not available on my bios page
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here are my core temps

Tj. Max: 90C
CPU#0: 44C
Low: 38C
High: 46C was 43C a few minutes ago
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some of those setting options are not available on my bios page

You should be able to reach 4.0 Ghz stable with little to no problem. Everything you need to know about safely OC'ing your system can be found on this site.

First thing I did was flash my bios to the latest reliable version. Probably did nothing to help my OC but what the heck. Using stock (normal) voltages, raise your multiplier until you bosd. Then raise your CPU voltage +25mV and try booting again. If you go slowly, you should be able to post with each bump in voltage. I stopped at x18 with +50mV. Then I moved on to the NB frequency, which as mrinnocent has pointed out, raises the clock speed of everything. I was shooting for anything above 2500 Mhz. I lowered my HT link to keep my frequency close to 2000 Mhz. I could not raise my CPU frequency above 223 using a multiplier of x18 redface.gif Prime95 and IBT (high stress) passes with max core temp of 60c so for now I'm happy. If I find the links I used to help me with my OC, I'll add them to this thread.

BTW, make sure you manually set your RAM timings. By default, my setting were waaay too loose.

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