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Need help in 1055t overclocking on my Gigabyte 990FXA UD5 board

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Hi, i am new to overclocking and this site. i need help to over clock my CPU.
here is my spec. i want to overclock to 3.8-4 ghz. i need some guideline to start overclocking. i tried some. but faced BSOD. so, i wanted to know more about it. can anyone suggest me any way to do it with precision?

CPU
AMD Phenom2 1055T
corespeed: 2.8 MHz
manufacturer: amd

RAM
Twinmos twister 1600Mhz
size: 4 GBytes

Cooling
Cooler Master Hyper412 slim
Case
Inwin Mana

Motherboard
Gigabyte GA 990 FXA-UD5
revision: 1.0

Hard Drive
Hitachi 500GB

Monitor
Samsung 943nwx

Graphics
Sapphire HD 6850 1GB DDR5

Optical Drive
Asus 22X

Power
Thermaltake Tough power XT 675W
Edited by tazbir - 7/30/12 at 3:19pm
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first start off by increasing the multiplier slowly untill you get errors with prime95 then increase the volt... dont go over 1.475v .. sfter doing this tell me what you got then ill help you more wink.gif
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The way I prefer to do it is to increase your FSB (default should be 200) and see how high your RAM can go at 9-9-9-27 @ 1.6V or so. Then once you have that figured out, start upping the CPU Multiplier. This way, you get a little extra oomph out of your system's overall performance. If you only increase the FSB by 25, every multiplier increase is that much better.

Multiplier 200 225
x14 2.8 3.15
x15 3.0 3.375
x16 3.2 3.6

As you can see, just that small FSB increase will make the CPU scale much faster, and will improve the clock of your HT Link and your RAM, giving better overall performance.

-edit-

My little chart didn't format properly, but hopefully you get the idea. thumb.gif
Edited by pow3rtr1p - 7/30/12 at 4:48pm
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