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Just built my first pc and decided to overclock it, everything seems fine but i want to run it by some people with more experience. So far what ive done is change the fsb to 252, increased cpu over voltage to 1.4v, turned off cool + quiet/ ce1 and turbo. Ran prime for 2+ hours with no errors or warnings. I havnt messed with anything else so perhaps you can look at my ram timings etc... and make sure everything looks ok. Thanks

Here are my components

1. Asus m4a88t-m mobo

2. amd phenom x6 1045t cpu

3. 2x 4gb patriot 1333 9-9-9-24 memory

4. 2x 4gb corsair 1333 9-9-9-24 memory

5. Cooler master hyper 212 plus cooler with 120mm push/pull fans

6. 4 120mm case fans controlled by aerocool f6xt

7. Thermaltake v4 black edition case

8. Coolmax 600w psu

9. 1.5tb seagate hdd


Here are a couple screen shots with info from testing

During prime test
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A few min after test completion
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Edited by yamahadude9 - 4/16/12 at 3:20am
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cant go any higher though, if i go to 260 on the fsb (roughly 3.5ghz i get a bsod. Any idea why ? The cpu voltage at 1.4v should be enough to handle it. only thing i can think of is Ive left all the memory stuff on auto and im wondering if its bumped up the frequency on the ram ??

Im not really fond of this bios, it doesnt have ai tweaker its got jumperfree configuration and the settings are a bit confusing !
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I've had the same experience with a new 1035T that you're having. When I went to an FSB of 260, for a speed of 3380 MHz, it eventually became unstable and wouldn't boot half of the time. I was able to restore stability only when I backed it down to 254, for a speed of 3302 MHz. My motherboard is very different from yours, so I don't know if my experience and yours are comparable at all, but it's interesting anyway.

I'm not going to complain about it. I'd hoped just to reach 3250/250, and I topped that by a little without having to tweak the voltage at all, or even having to turn off Turbo. So I basically have an 1100T for the cost of a 1035.

Interestingly, I left the memory on auto too, and noticed that I had Crucial DDR3-10600 running way over spec. But when I clocked it down, I still couldn't make it do 3380/260 stable. When I lowered the FSB to 254, I put the RAM back on auto, and it's completely stable at a reported speed of 847.11. When I checked the SPD settings in CPU-Z, it turned out that the chips in this memory were rated at well above their marked speed. Thanks Crucial! smile.gif
     
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looks good..can you go higher?..Juice it up! it'll take it..may have to lower HT link,though.
maybe lower RAM back down too..you can go up to 1.58v safely IMO
 
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cant go any higher though, if i go to 260 on the fsb (roughly 3.5ghz i get a bsod. Any idea why ? The cpu voltage at 1.4v should be enough to handle it. only thing i can think of is Ive left all the memory stuff on auto and im wondering if its bumped up the frequency on the ram ??
Im not really fond of this bios, it doesnt have ai tweaker its got jumperfree configuration and the settings are a bit confusing !

Yeah when overclocking via FSB you need to manually set your ram or else you may either fry your ram or your system won't be stable enough because it will overclock the ram way passed what it is capable of. Just set the ram to the stock voltage manually and I would suggest you try to set it to the closest number to 1333Mhz. After adjusting the FSB, when you go to adjust the ram you should see multiple choices of how fast or slow to run the ram. The closer to 1333Mhz the better. I would try to stay below 1333Mhz because I noticed when I overclocked my 1090T with out manually adjusting the ram to stock settings it would bump my ram Frequency to like 1888Mhz or some crap which blasted to voltage up to 1.65 instead of its stock voltage of 1.5. Also if you haven't tried it already, play around with the NB frequency and voltage as well. I would bump the NB up just a tad, if it is normally set to 2000, make it 2200 and see how that works. And when adjusting the NB voltage just bump it up a tad by like .1 until you can get it stable. Your Vcore should be able to handle 3.6 no problem. When I had my 1090T overclocked I was able to get to 4.0 @ 1.45. Good luck with your overclock buddy!


Also awesome temps for your current overclock. I could only hope to have temps that low while running prime on my 1090t. I am currently using an i5-2550k @ 4.6Ghz and it runs cooler then my previous 1090t @ 4.0, heck even when I had it clocked at 3.8Ghz my i5 ran cooler.
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looks good..can you go higher?..Juice it up! it'll take it..may have to lower HT link,though.
maybe lower RAM back down too..you can go up to 1.58v safely IMO

+1 . I agree about your HT Link.. round about 2000 is fine, even if the NB is high, 2000 is the safest spot. I hear it won't impact your performance either biggrin.gif
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+1 . I agree about your HT Link.. round about 2000 is fine, even if the NB is high, 2000 is the safest spot. I hear it won't impact your performance either biggrin.gif

Overclocked HT doesn't make any difference in performance on any AMD system I've ever built. If your BIOS is like mine, you can lower the HT Link speed from 2000 down to 1600 MHz, and then when you boost the FSB clock by 25 percent, it will overclock your new reference clock on the HT and it will be right back at 2000 MHz, where it should be. I'm at 2032 on the HT right now, following that method. It works fine at 2540 on a ref clock of 2000 (I tried, just to see if it helped), but there's no performance gain from doing that, so better safe than sorry.
     
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The HT link could be causing instability as could the NB OC when you are going for higher overclocks.

It could be unstable after only 2 hours tesing,

make sure you adjust the multi to make HT as close to 2000mhz as possible.

You should be aiming at around a 3.6Ghz+ overclock, you might need a fair bit of a voltage increase

With RAM at or below 1333 Mhz, not above.

keep The NB around/below 2500Mhz to rule out instability.

have you increased NB voltage also?

but a good start and nice bump in power!
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ok so heres where im at, first off this asus jumperfree configuration sucks ! I adjusted the HT link speed setting to 2000mhz and rebooted and cpu-z showed no change in the ht link reading ?? so i went back to bios and changed that back to auto and adjusted the cpu/nb frequency multiplier to X8 rebooted. that did change the ht link reading in cpu-z to 2016 ( 252 fsb x 8) ?? as for NB voltage i have not adjusted that honestly i wouldn't know what a correct and or safe voltage level would be, I have a vddnb over voltage setting and i assume that would be the correct one to adjust ? Also i cannot change the memory clock speed setting off from auto, the system refuses to even boot into bios if i do, i have to reset and i get a overclock failed message. Thats even if i down clock the memory to like 1020mhz, not sure whats up with that.
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