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Well, only thing left to do now really is to bump the CPU V up even higher (should be able to take up to 1.55 under load safely provided good temps/mobo, but wouldnt recommend anything like that for 24/7). If it still will not get stable any higher you've most likely hit, or are close to, your limit, unfortunately

After that it's a matter of bringing the CPU V down to the minimum stable value for your OC, bringing CPU/NB frequency up to the max stable setting (if you get it to 2800-3000 you should see a significant performance increase), and increasing the ram frequency if you can (from your rig description I'm not quite sure if it's 1800mhz rated or 1333 rated).

Hope you find a way to reach your 4.0 goal, but not looking too promising ATM.
Edited by KinguBah - 4/26/12 at 1:40am
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Well, only thing left to do now really is to bump the CPU V up even higher (should be able to take up to 1.55 under load safely provided good temps/mobo, but wouldnt recommend anything like that for 24/7). If it still will not get stable any higher you've most likely hit, or are close to, your limit, unfortunately

After that it's a matter of bringing the CPU V down to the minimum stable value for your OC, bringing CPU/NB frequency up to the max stable setting (if you get it to 2800-3000 you should see a significant performance increase), and increasing the ram frequency if you can (from your rig description I'm not quite sure if it's 1800mhz rated or 1333 rated).

Hope you find a way to reach your 4.0 goal, but not looking too promising ATM.

**So went back to basics and pulled out my MB manual. Turns out my board is rated for 1800mhz but only 6gb not 8gb. So I pulled out a stick and reclocked it. Everything seems good atm I'm still working on it. However all my errors I had were memory related so hoping this fixes it. Ill let ya know tomorrow. Signing out for now.
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Don't know why I didn't look for a club like this sooner! Will post pics of CPU-Z as soon as I get home. Still stock cuz I don't know how to overclock even with how long i've read this forum and been a member.... I R R TARD redface.gif Anyways, hoping I can get some advice from others with this CPU. Actually need to do a bios update and all that ASAP, so hoping I can do that today too since I'll be out of town all next week frown.gif

Edit: found my pic from the Crosshair V forum

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Welcome to the club! I have added you and your clock rate to our member list! thumb.gif

Thanks biggrin.gif Should I just look to basic OC guides for the 1100t? Or is there a preferred one? I'm still running air like a nub redface.gif
    
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Thanks biggrin.gif Should I just look to basic OC guides for the 1100t? Or is there a preferred one? I'm still running air like a nub redface.gif

All the guides will tell you the same thing, more or less... namely, use a systematic approach. Overclock, stress test, watch temperatures, overclock further until crash, increase vcore, rinse lather repeat.
Overclock only one component at a time, and don't go overboard on voltage (1.55V vcore, 1.35 for CPU/NB, though that's already pushing it) or temps (62C core TOPS).

But of course, it doesn't hurt to read them at all wink.gif
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Thanks biggrin.gif Should I just look to basic OC guides for the 1100t? Or is there a preferred one? I'm still running air like a nub redface.gif

I'm totally noob to overclocking too! Just been learning, but what I'm getting now is that you should find the limits of your ram first then OC your CPU. Because more often than not you'll run into errors with your memory before you will with your 1100t. I've been learning that the hard way unfortunatly lol. Ah well learning is a _____ tongue.gif

And btw, it's super easy to OC to 3.7 - 3.8 just by altering a few numbers. The trial and error comes in when you try to push 3.9 - 4.2. But you'll figure all that out soon enough.
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Just curious, when people say not recommended to run 24/7, do they also mean with CnQ enabled or only disabled so the cpu actually runs at those volts 24/7?
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It all depends on how brave you are really... I'd guess with C'n'Q it would be slightly better as idle voltage will be lower, but still, even without C'nQ it's only under load the CPU reaches peak voltage. So with or without C'n'Q the CPU will be at that voltage for the same amount of time. But C'nQ is also said to affect stability...

BTW if you want C'n'Q you should check out K10Stat or a similar program that let's you customise it. With normal C'n'Q the frequencies on the different cores jump around a lot and can mess with programs threads that will start jumping around from core to core affecting performance. With K10stat I have all the cores ganged to the same frequency. When browsing, watching videos etc. my CPU sits solid at a nice 1800mhz/1.1v which is the same voltage C'n'Q only reaches all the way down at 800mhz. Then under load i have it reach 3.8ghz/1.3v, and if I want, 4ghz is only 2 quick clicks away when I need it. Could try having it higher but i prefer the old bios way for reaching the limits.
Edited by KinguBah - 4/27/12 at 7:36am
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