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post #281 of 346
have you disable cpu spread spectrum, C1E and cool n quiet?
what voltage have you tried?
for me.
v1.475
clk 217
@18.5
= 4014 stable.
i need to validate though, been gaming to much to worry about it.
will post tonight.
post #282 of 346
http://valid.canardpc.com/2805162

here we go thumb.gif

The voltage is not correct. its set a 1.475 and overdrive reads 1.475v
not sure why its off.


Edited by cptnjarhead - 5/16/13 at 3:25pm
post #283 of 346
Will try that when I get the time.

Damn you're real helpful around here I bet! lol
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The voltage is not correct. its set a 1.475 and overdrive reads 1.475v
not sure why its off.

I am going to try and find the source but I believe AMD has a supplemental power delivery that will push up Vcore to help with stability. I beleive it is the CPU VDDA voltage, here is Pixie explaining it. So what you are seeing is right, that is the what your Vcore is seeing, even with your bios set at a lower voltage, the VDDA will boost your Vcore to keep stability.

Also hUMA looks awesome for what I need, the next generation of computers is going to be unreal cheers.gif
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I am going to try and find the source but I believe AMD has a supplemental power delivery that will push up Vcore to help with stability. I beleive it is the CPU VDDA voltage, here is Pixie explaining it. So what you are seeing is right, that is the what your Vcore is seeing, even with your bios set at a lower voltage, the VDDA will boost your Vcore to keep stability.

Also hUMA looks awesome for what I need, the next generation of computers is going to be unreal cheers.gif

In a way, Pixie is incorrect, the CPU VDDA voltage is the "Voltage Regulation Circut" for the CPU, in other words, it's more of a PLL voltage control "Phase-Locked Loop"

Running it at a high voltage won't only burn out the voltage regulator, but decrease the life span. The only effect in raiseing the voltage is to help stabilise high FSB overclocks.

CPU Load-Line Calibration helps prevent CPU V-Drop.
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post #286 of 346
Please add me as a member as I recently upgraded my processor to the AMD Phenom II x6 1100T.




http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2819711
Edited by caveman59847 - 6/2/13 at 3:07pm
post #287 of 346
This is much better thumb.gif




post #288 of 346
Hi fellow 1100T owners!

I've been looking to this site for information for years... figure it's time to show myself. I've had my 1100T for some time over a year, great chip! On day one I clocked it to 3.8Ghz disabled CnQ C1E etc.. over time I've climbed and increased the scope of the OC to include cpu/nb etc. My most recent jump to 4.2Ghz was brought on by a bottleneck of my 7970 crossfire.

Having said that... I always find myself reading these forums whenever I have OC questions.

Thanks!


post #289 of 346
Welcome! not sure if the originator of this thread is on anymore, but its still going

How long have you been running the 1100t @ 1.548 vcore?
i try to stay around 1.475 but its not easy with air cooling
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Thank you!

In regard to 1.548... not long. While my Kuhler 620 with push/pull was maxing at 52C on prime95, I decided to go back down to 4.1 instead as my chip doesn't need nearly the voltage to handle 4.1. At 4.1 I have vcore set to 1.488 and under load it gets as high as 1.53... temps during prime95 max at 49C.

Basically, though stable and cool... the voltage necessary to get me past 4.1 just seemed too much. Perhaps I am just missing something?... I have seen where some are hitting 4.2 with less voltage but I would see reboot with any less.

At the moment I am just as happy with 4.1 as I was with 4.2... saw great improvement in my crossfire performance going from 3.8Ghz.


Edit: I should prolly mention, in regard to my crossfire performance increase, that I also have cpu/nb upped to 2600... ofc all pwr saving, cnq, spread spec, etc. disabled.
Edited by Slowburn - 6/5/13 at 1:53pm
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