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Please help me OC my 1100T/Antec Khuler 920. Will be uploading VIDEOS and doing my best to serve you!

post #1 of 30
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Hello guys!

I hope you can help me OC my 1100T. I will want to try to get the best out of it. I will upload videos for everything I do. I know basics of overclocking, I have read guides. But it never works for me, maybe its that im doing something wrong or the chip just wont take it. WE WILL SEE. wink.gif

I just need your help to verify if its me or the chip that is faulty redface.gif. Otherwise I will just change the mobo and the cpu and get an intel i5 or something. In other words I want to upgrade my set, but I cant have this cpu at stock if I will do so.

So lets try to OC this to the top and I will be so grateful for all the potential help I can get.

Here is my first video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ELuLqlXHJY&feature=youtu.be









SPEC:
msi fxa 990 gd65
amd 1100t be with Antec Khuler 920 liquid cooling.
kingston hyperx 2gb (8gb total)
650w PSU
xfx HD6870 be




So first stuff. Should I run memory at 1600 or 1333. Are we going FSB clock or just multiplier. Guessing I should disable turbo clock as well.
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/19/12 at 1:15pm
post #2 of 30
In terms of memory; doesn't really matter. If you want to overclock it to 1600 ( assuming it's standard is 1333 ) then go for it. I tend to leave mine at 1333 as i don't notice an increase in performance.
On AMD you can increase FSB or multiplier, when i overclocked my 965 i think i just did it on the multiplier first, then went back to the FSB clock.
How are you going to stress it? Prime?
post #3 of 30
Ok i see u mention in video u have hard time getting memory stable at 1600 i also notice u say 2gb modules and u say 8gb total. That means u got all dimms full right? That can sometimes require some extra voltage to the nb.

Or u could just remove all but 1 stick. It s always good to go 1 step at a time when ocing so when u get everything to the max and u re pleased with oc u can put sticks back. If all the sudden it wont post u definitely know whats stopping u - ram sticks.

Also just because its at 1333 it doesn't have to mean it will go very high above 1333 cuz it will most likely set tight timings. It wouldn't be bad to set it manually for start at whatever it holds at 1600 as u will get closer to 1600 when u start ocing. So if u can set 1600 9-9-9 26 and get into windows u should set 9-9-9 26 1333 just to be safe. U can change this later once u got oc u want. Always go 1 step at a time.

So maybe do tests with 1 stick only, set ram to 1333 but with timings that would boot even if u had 1600, and try ocing, u can start with multi.
Maybe u could load windows and show us u re CPU-z right now at stock to see u re voltages maybe 2 pics of cpu-z, 1 idle and 1 load
Edited by zvrk22 - 11/19/12 at 2:46pm
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Thread Starter 
Okay.

Yes I will use prime.
post #5 of 30
Here are a few pics of my T1100 OCed to 4.0 on a D14 cooler. I have 1600 ram set at 1444. I do need to go back and redo my ram but haven't had time lately.




post #6 of 30
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Originally Posted by CyberDemonz101 View Post

Here are a few pics of my T1100 OCed to 4.0 on a D14 cooler. I have 1600 ram set at 1444. I do need to go back and redo my ram but haven't had time lately.



Okay I understand every chip is unique in some sense. But so.

You have your bus speed at 217*18.5.

Im a bit noob forgive me. What do you have your CPUNB volt at, automatic? And your CPUNB freq?

Can you run this with prime and still be stable?


Thanks! redface.gif
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/19/12 at 4:15pm
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These are my stock temps at prime for 20 minutes. The vcore is running at 1.5 which is kind of strange. I have it set to automatic. Even if I change it to 1.37 it goes up to 1.432 when running prime stress test.

I have started stepping it up by .5 now on the multiplier. First 20 minute test completed without any remarks. I will set the memory manually @ 1333mhz like suggested. I wont remove any for now though. But will defiantly keep it in mind if I get trouble. Thanks for the tip!


Any ideas on why my mobo things its ok to just ignore my settings on vcore? Have I misunderstood anything? Is this ok?


post #8 of 30
My multiplier is set to 18.5, while my cpu bus speed is at 217. I have voltage set at auto. For some reason CPU-Z shows 1.42v and as high as 1.472v. But my g15 and bios shows 1.375v. And to compensate for my ram going over the 1600mhz I lowered it to 1444mhz multiplier. I have been running this setting for 4 months now with no problems. I did a prime95 24 hour test and my temps never went over 44c.



But with the voltage you have it is to high. At 3.3ghz it should be down in the 1.3v range. 1.52v is more for 4.2ghz or higher. Also things to look out for is the 60c temp level. You don't want to go over 65c. 62c is the limit of where to stop temps at otherwise the chip will reach its temp limits and go POOF!

Edit in pic:
I just started my Prime 95 long enough for it to get to its max temps and pull 100% load. Here is what I am running at on a Gigabyte 990-ud3 board with 16gigs ram. All dims have a 4gb stick in it too.

Edited by CyberDemonz101 - 11/19/12 at 5:54pm
post #9 of 30
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Okay, thanks for the info! Im kind of surprised you dont pass 44 at a 24hour stress run. I think im going to dissemble my water cooling and check that its properly set later. My temps are still fine, but it would be nice to keep them lower.

Im currently trying at 3900Mhz. Running vcore at 1.464 at its highest.


Cleared 3800mhz, my temps went up to be as high as 54 at the peak of the test. Hoping I will be able to go to at least 4ghz.

So far Iv had some bsod's on startup but just raising the vcore 1 step has helped everytime.

I will keep you updated when raising vcore wont help.


Peace boyz thumb.gif
Edited by crazyponytail - 11/19/12 at 6:23pm
post #10 of 30
with a good air flow system you can achieve good levels. I have 4 200mm fans on my case and a Noctua D-14 cpu cooler keeping my system nice and cool.

I forgot to add. I never changed my NB settings they are still at auto settings. At around 2200ish.

As far as the Thermal Paste goes. I am using Arctic Silver 5. A very small amount is needed to achieve thermal conduction between cpu and cooling block.
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