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Overclocking a 1055T on an M488T-M

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Current BIOS:
CPU: 240 MHz and 1.4v
RAM: Corsair 1600 with 1.65v @ 9 9 9 24 27 http://www.corsair.com/en/cmx8gx3m2a1600c9
All CnQ, Unleased mode, Turbo core set to disabled.

As you can see I am sitting at 3.36 MHz Core temps maxing at 47° C.

Do you guys think I can push any more out of this chipset? Anyone have experience with this setup?

Some points of interest:

I can get her to post @ 4.xx Mhz with 286 FSB and 1.55v VCore and 1.3v vNB but I can't manage to get her stable no matter what.

This MOBO is messed up, it says it allows me to set the HT Link to 2000 Mhz but when I boot her it shows the HT Link to be exactly the same as the NB Frequency. So either the MOBO is lying to me or CPU-Z is.

Temps never reach more than 50° C I have an OK aftermarket wind cooler.
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Having researched quite a bit and seeing that no one is giving any good advice on this setup I figured I'd write up my findings for people who just want to beef up this combo and not go full geek.

This is for a 3.85 Mhz OC.

To clarify a few things my memory is:

Corsair CMX8GX3M2A1600C9
8GB (2x 4GB) XMS Memory kit 1600MHz, 9-9-9-24, 1.65V

I have an aftermarket cooler.

I am using the onboard for my second monitor and PCIe for my first monitor so I included my OC settings for those 2 cards in this, you can ignore them if you just want to OC the processor and use software for your cards.

Del key to get into BIOS.

Go to JumperFree Configuration and change the following:

CPU/HT Ref Clock 275 Mhz
GPU Overclock 1024

CPU Ratio & Voltage
x14.0 2800 Mhz
Turbo Disabled
CPU/NB freq. 8.00x
CPU OverVoltage 1.55v
VDDNB 1.3v

Memory
Memclock Value 1467 Mhz
TCL 9 clk
TRCD 9 clk
TRP 9 clk
TRAS 24 clk

Memory OverVoltage 1.65v


Esc out go to CPU Configuration and change the following:

Cool n Quiet Disabled
C1E Disabled

Esc out go to Internal Graphics
GPU Overclock 1024

Yes every system is different even if all the components are the same make but this will get you quickly in the ballpark of where you want to be. From here you can try to push up your CPU/HT Ref Clock 20 286 and you can probably lower your voltage, my system wouldn't let me do either of those.

Good luck and God bless,
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