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Here's some of my old results for reference...



It scaled horrible after 4Ghz voltage wise as 4Ghz only needed 1.45v

That was under water cooling, try and keep the CPU temp ideally below 55c under load
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Here's some of my old results for reference...
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It scaled horrible after 4Ghz voltage wise as 4Ghz only needed 1.45v

That was under water cooling, try and keep the CPU temp ideally below 55c under load


FYI it might scale higher than that with temperature and voltages. Proof was at lower temperatures.
http://www.techreaction.net/2009/05/28/phenom-ii-am3-overclocking-essentials/
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Through experience, I, and many others have noticed that these chips LOVE cold. In fact, they scale way better with cold temperatures than adding more voltage to the mix. A great example of this can be seen with some Dry Ice results on these chips:



Take a good hard look at that overclock. 4.6GHz with only 1.408vcore. Simply amazing. Now do you see why voltage is not always the best?

If you plan on air cooling, pick up some nice high CFM fans (as long as you can stand the sound) and a nice heatsink cooler such as the Xigmatek S1283 or a Thermalright Ultra Extreme 120.
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FYI it might scale higher than that with temperature and voltages. Proof was at lower temperatures.
http://www.techreaction.net/2009/05/28/phenom-ii-am3-overclocking-essentials/

I know wink.gif

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2039999

That was also Linx Stable and a 24/7 overclock thumb.gif
post #14 of 44
I just got a 1035T and stock clocks at 2.7GHz. It has a locked multiplier as well, I think it's x13. But I was able to get to 3.7GHz and stable. On full tilt, the volts are at 1.39v. All I did was raise the BusSpeeds and the Voltage. Just follow the basic's that are posted in this thread and If you have a good CPU cooler, I think you can hit 4.0GHz with no problem. Good Luck and tell use how high you get that 1075T!

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post #15 of 44
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Heuchler View Post

What helped me overclock my locked Thuban was:


Max temp 62c
Max vcore 1.450v (1.475v according to a few people - max turbo is 1.475v listed by AMD)
disable CnQ & C1E (can turn back on when you are happy with you overclocking as it should still work).
keep HT-Link close to stock 2000MHz
raising NB speed and upping NB Voltage Control (lowered CPU core voltage as the IMC has more stable).
underclocked my ram (loose timing) - I save memory for last because with locked multiplier we can't just pick
what speed it runs at. using dividers and tight timing are our only tools.

Looks like you are doing a good job and taking your time.
Seems like you need more vcore.
I hope that was a typo about the NB voltage. 1.625 volt is a lot.

Biostar TA890FXE vcore fluctuated could be due to the 5+1 VRM setup.
It would not hold me back from overclocking. Just something to keep an eye on.
On Liquid Nitrogen they got a 955 to 6,477MHz accoding to HWBot

TA890FXE seems capable of 265-270 MHz HT ref clock.

Phenom II X6 1090T BE @ 3,944MHz (ref/imc/qpi: 232/2,088/2,319MHz) @ 1.452v




The 1055T Owners Club
http://www.overclock.net/t/720502/the-1055t-owners-club

AMD 1075t Overclocking
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=664779

AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Review
http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/amd_phenom_1075t_970_560_athlon_645_450_265/

I believe I meant 1.1625. wink.gif my mainboard temps haven't gone much over 60C so I don't think I'm running too much voltage through it tongue.gif

The board actually is a 4+2 phase but has been used extensively for overclocking as far as I've seen, with no reported explosions. wink.gif My guess is the VRM's are of good quality to handle as much as a 8+1/8+2 board without failure.

Thank you guys for all of the help and posts, I'll only check in here again to post my final stable overclock or if I run into a lot of issues. After this I can overclock my CPU-NB and memory, then focus on my 7970 and max out Crysis 3. smile.gif

My goal is to get this overclock to keep me going until I hopefully do a platform upgrade new years next year to either Steamroller or Haswell.
Edited by Talon95 - 2/19/13 at 2:20pm
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post #16 of 44
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The board actually is a 4+2 phase .

There's you problem.... I would avoid clocking it higher....

I blew a 4 phase board with an Tuban x6
Edited by almighty15 - 2/19/13 at 2:36pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Heuchler View Post

What helped me overclock my locked Thuban was:


Max temp 62c
Max vcore 1.450v (1.475v according to a few people - max turbo is 1.475v listed by AMD)
disable CnQ & C1E (can turn back on when you are happy with you overclocking as it should still work).
keep HT-Link close to stock 2000MHz
raising NB speed and upping NB Voltage Control (lowered CPU core voltage as the IMC has more stable).
underclocked my ram (loose timing) - I save memory for last because with locked multiplier we can't just pick
what speed it runs at. using dividers and tight timing are our only tools.

Looks like you are doing a good job and taking your time.
Seems like you need more vcore.
I hope that was a typo about the NB voltage. 1.625 volt is a lot.

Biostar TA890FXE vcore fluctuated could be due to the 5+1 VRM setup.
It would not hold me back from overclocking. Just something to keep an eye on.
On Liquid Nitrogen they got a 955 to 6,477MHz accoding to HWBot

TA890FXE seems capable of 265-270 MHz HT ref clock.

Phenom II X6 1090T BE @ 3,944MHz (ref/imc/qpi: 232/2,088/2,319MHz) @ 1.452v




The 1055T Owners Club
http://www.overclock.net/t/720502/the-1055t-owners-club

AMD 1075t Overclocking
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=664779

AMD Phenom II X6 1075T Review
http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/amd_phenom_1075t_970_560_athlon_645_450_265/

I believe I meant 1.1625. wink.gif my mainboard temps haven't gone much over 60C so I don't think I'm running too much voltage through it tongue.gif

The board actually is a 4+2 phase but has been used extensively for overclocking as far as I've seen, with no reported explosions. wink.gif My guess is the VRM's are of good quality to handle as much as a 8+1/8+2 board without failure.

Thank you guys for all of the help and posts, I'll only check in here again to post my final stable overclock or if I run into a lot of issues. After this I can overclock my CPU-NB and memory, then focus on my 7970 and max out Crysis 3. smile.gif

My goal is to get this overclock to keep me going until I hopefully do a platform upgrade new years next year to either Steamroller or Haswell.

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Originally Posted by almighty15 View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by Talon95 View Post

The board actually is a 4+2 phase .

There's you problem.... I would avoid clocking it higher....

I blew a 4 phase board with an Tuban x6


You're wrong.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1354064/bad-overclocking-fx-6300-with-biostar-ta990fxe/0_100#post_19237234

4phase doesn't mean bad.
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You're wrong.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1354064/bad-overclocking-fx-6300-with-biostar-ta990fxe/0_100#post_19237234

4phase doesn't mean bad.

Yup, that's exactly what I've read.
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You're wrong.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1354064/bad-overclocking-fx-6300-with-biostar-ta990fxe/0_100#post_19237234

4phase doesn't mean bad.

Did I say it was bad? rolleyes.gif

It's just not ideal..
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FlashFir View Post


You're wrong.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1354064/bad-overclocking-fx-6300-with-biostar-ta990fxe/0_100#post_19237234

4phase doesn't mean bad.

Did I say it was bad? rolleyes.gif

It's just not ideal..

I'd take a 970a-ud3 over it but because I heard from the man [xd_1771] that this board is "rock-solid" I woudln't have any hesitation telling anyone to push it in overclocks. Just make sure it has some airflow OP! A little airflow makes a big difference!
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