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Yeah, when I built this I originally installed my 5750 and had 0 problems but did a full format the other day to try and clear up these issues.

My second 6850 for crossfire is on its way, so I guess the good news is i'll have a replacement soon and I can just return for RMA right away. :O

So yes, i'll do a fresh format/install with the HD3650 and if I can't reproduce the errors I know its the GPU

Thanks for the help +rep
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Yeah, when I built this I originally installed my 5750 and had 0 problems but did a full format the other day to try and clear up these issues.

My second 6850 for crossfire is on its way, so I guess the good news is i'll have a replacement soon and I can just return for RMA right away. :O

So yes, i'll do a fresh format/install with the HD3650 and if I can't reproduce the errors I know its the GPU

Thanks for the help +rep
Good luck with it! Let us know how it goes.
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I've heard some 1055T's run in the low-mid 60's when cranked up. Also in the manual, page 3-32, the lowest NB overheat protection point is 70c and highest is 100c. Your 40c is nothing to worry about at all. I think most average between 40 and low 50's depending on air flow, ambient and OC. You can always preset NB OHP if your concerned during summer heat and gaming sessions etc.

As far as CPU here's a good bit of info http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/93...out-1090t.html.
Myself I still keep mine at a max of 55c at the socket, but they can take a lot more before degradation.
thank you very much ive never been even close to those higher temps
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If your heatsink is hot then it's doing it's job. It can't get hot without decent contact with the chip below

In other news, just updated to 1902 and I'm stable at 4Ghz with a notch less voltage on the CPU HELLO cooler summer overclock!

An extra note: you can use manual voltage OC in BIOS and phenommsrtweaker to set your own CnQ in Windows top tip of the day
Hey. I updated my Bios. Im saying my Temps were high before I overclocked. and even higher 69C But it passed the OCCT Lin test for 2 hours. no BSOD
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Haven't posted in a long time.

@Ceaddar

I see that everyone is suggesting you try to get your CPU-NB to run at 3000Mhz, but they all have new 6 cores etc. I'm still on a Sempron for the time being, however as far as I know, the older CPU's (Read phenom ii 955 etc) can't run their northbridges that high. Mine is at 2800MHz. If I were you I'd try going for 2600MHz with a slight voltage bump.

You'll also see in my sigrig that I'm using KVR Which was the cheapest I could find at the time. It isn't on the QVL, but it clocks like crazy for some reason. Only problem I'm having is a 286MHz reference clock limit, which no amount of voltage can fix. I think it may be the ram.

Good luck
Okay kewl. I can try that. But I been reading through some guides and one of them says you need Windows 32 bit. Now this may be an XP writeup since it looks like all the temp screens are XP derivatives. However, I'm wondering how many people are running 4.0 on 975 and earlier Phenom II CPUs'. I'm assuming that most everyone in this group uses Win 7 and that it's due to XP being such a memory hog that the 64 bit version of that OS would demand more memory to run base functions which would impact the NB speed.

So anyhow I guess what I want to know is who is running a similar CPU to what I am running, if they're running 64bit and is their 4.0 stable. I'm trying to put together a reasonable plan to nail down 4Ghz and have it 24/7 stable. I'm sure my issue is RAM because I've had no Black Screens only BlueScreens.The more I read the more I'm convinced that it's RAM. Would be nice if I could run this RAM at stock speed(1600) but it's not mandatory so long as I can run 4Ghz.

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Okay kewl. I can try that. But I been reading through some guides and one of them says you need Windows 32 bit. Now this may be an XP writeup since it looks like all the temp screens are XP derivatives. However, I'm wondering how many people are running 4.0 on 975 and earlier Phenom II CPUs'. I'm assuming that most everyone in this group uses Win 7 and that it's due to XP being such a memory hog that the 64 bit version of that OS would demand more memory to run base functions which would impact the NB speed.

So anyhow I guess what I want to know is who is running a similar CPU to what I am running, if they're running 64bit and is their 4.0 stable. I'm trying to put together a reasonable plan to nail down 4Ghz and have it 24/7 stable. I'm sure my issue is RAM because I've had no Black Screens only BlueScreens.The more I read the more I'm convinced that it's RAM. Would be nice if I could run this RAM at stock speed(1600) but it's not mandatory so long as I can run 4Ghz.

~Ceadder
Got a question for you... Have you attempted to reach 4.0 Ghz while having everything else set at default? I remember a guide (old, maybe about 2 years old) where that was the suggestion. It basically stated to search for each components max settings while everything else is on default. Once you have each components max, then you start setting them up one by one. First, set you CPU at it's max setting. Then you add in the RAM, then the NB and so forth. When you come across a failure sign, then you should have identified your culprit and can start backing off the settings of that particular component.

I do recall reading that pre-hexa core the suggested NB was between 2600-2800.
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Yeah I did that. I started out by leaving everything at Default and messing with the BaseClock. I changed it from 200 to 250. Seemed stable enough. Even went several hours while Folding and watching "Numbers" in WMPlayer via Netflix. Viewed something like 2 or 3 episodes. It only BSoD'ed(I'm assuming) after I shut WMP down and fell asleep while Folding and listening to my music.

I changed the things that were suggested to me. Seems the Voltage was pretty reasonable. Ran 45c while Folding again but when I added at 3000Mhz NB it took less time to go unstable.

I guess what I'm really after is to find out if my OS might have something to do with the instability. I doubt it but would like to double check with everyone.

At least I learned that Clocking via Application is not nearly as stable as Clocking via the BIOS. The last time I got 4Ghz, I did it via AMD Fusion and the same way I got the BIOS ClockSpeed by changing the BUS to 250. That one didn't last but 15 minutes or so. This one ran circles round the other one.

I figure I'll try bumping up the NB until it's stable. Maybe it's not being affected by the RAM itself being stuck in 1333. Not sure exactly what it is but being that BSoDs' are commonly RAM oriented(the Consensus amongst the OC guides) then that's about the only place it could be since I hadn't really fiddled with my RAM due to it not being identified in the BIOS properly. I really hope that's what's going on anyway.

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Yeah I did that. I started out by leaving everything at Default and messing with the BaseClock. I changed it from 200 to 250. Seemed stable enough. Even went several hours while Folding and watching "Numbers" in WMPlayer via Netflix. Viewed something like 2 or 3 episodes. It only BSoD'ed(I'm assuming) after I shut WMP down and fell asleep while Folding and listening to my music.

I changed the things that were suggested to me. Seems the Voltage was pretty reasonable. Ran 45c while Folding again but when I added at 3000Mhz NB it took less time to go unstable.

I guess what I'm really after is to find out if my OS might have something to do with the instability. I doubt it but would like to double check with everyone.

At least I learned that Clocking via Application is not nearly as stable as Clocking via the BIOS. The last time I got 4Ghz, I did it via AMD Fusion and the same way I got the BIOS ClockSpeed by changing the BUS to 250. That one didn't last but 15 minutes or so. This one ran circles round the other one.

I figure I'll try bumping up the NB until it's stable. Maybe it's not being affected by the RAM itself being stuck in 1333. Not sure exactly what it is but being that BSoDs' are commonly RAM oriented(the Consensus amongst the OC guides) then that's about the only place it could be since I hadn't really fiddled with my RAM due to it not being identified in the BIOS properly. I really hope that's what's going on anyway.

~Ceadder
As a last resort why not see what G.Skill has to offer for help (1-909-598-6860 ask for tech dept) if you're thinking it's a memory issue? I've had many conversations with them about OCing and they seem to love helping and are very friendly (unlike ASUS). I wouldn't waist the time in the forums there, calling is so much faster. Give that a try. I was so happy when I had trouble with some DDR2 they taught me a lot man. And yes they're also very knowledgeable with OCing in general, not just a bunch of big headed idiots like some other places.
 
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As a last resort why not see what G.Skill has to offer for help (1-909-598-6860 ask for tech dept) if you're thinking it's a memory issue? I've had many conversations with them about OCing and they seem to love helping and are very friendly (unlike ASUS). I wouldn't waist the time in the forums there, calling is so much faster. Give that a try. I was so happy when I had trouble with some DDR2 they taught me a lot man. And yes they're also very knowledgeable with OCing in general, not just a bunch of big headed idiots like some other places.
Well if I can't get it back to being stable between 2k and 3k I'll be calling somebody.

The more I've been reading on this the more I'm convinced it's in the NB setting and maybe someplace in the voltage. I think I went a bit too high when I attempted it @ 3k though.

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