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Originally Posted by ny_driver View Post
The most juice my cpu/nb draws on auto is 1.51-53v with it @ 3.2Ghz, so I would say 1.55 is a little much. Is it really necessary?
my IMC is nowhere as good as yours

It needs 1.55v just to pass SuperPi32m pass @ 3Ghz

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Pics or it didn't happen
I was just going to post up a pic showing how right I was, then I realized I was looking at Tempin2, not Tempin1, which is the CPU on my mobo I was wrong!
Edited by Rains - 8/1/10 at 3:52pm
post #1423 of 5036
You guys should check out my 1st build log sort of thing and see what I've been up to........pun intended.
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post #1424 of 5036
Hi guys,

New round here and new to overclocking. I'm not into the idea of massively pushing my new 1055T but I'd like to modestly increase it to say 3.2ghz.

Can someone please tell me exactly what to change within the BIOS to achieve this? I've read and read and its all gone over my head so I would be really grateful if someone were kind enough to just give me the numbers! Mobo is a Gigabyte and I have 1333mhz 1.5v RAM. Please let me know if there is any additional info required.

Thanks!
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Actually with no A/C mine idles @ 41-42c. I have an 80mm fan laying on the NB blowing into it. Not having a case makes fan mounting easy.
When you planning on getting a case?? lol
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I just got a new one.
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post #1427 of 5036
Hey everyone, wanted to get some advice on overclocking my AMD Phenom II x6 1055T, was wondering whether it was possible to OC the CPU to 4ghz with the following components:

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H
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CPU Cooling: Akasa Venom CPU Cooler (+ Extra Viper Fan)
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Case: Antec 300

If it is, would you guys mind explaining to be the steps needed to do so (like what CPU ratio, voltage etc to set)
I've read up some on overclocking, and also watched some youtube vids of it so I get the basic gist of things, but also nervous since it's my first time ..

Some other questions that I've been wondering about is:

What stability testing software does everyone recommend? (I've got Prime95 and OCCT so far, planning to run stability on both)
For the test, do you just use default settings on them? (Say like on Prime95, I would just select "Blend" and leave it at that.. any custom settings?)
What temperature monitoring software does everyone recommend? (Using Core Temp atm, thinking of using CPU-Z also)

Sorry about all the questions, just want to make sure to get this right
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I just purchased mine earlier for my dorm build. So excited! I can't wait until I get everything setup.
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post #1429 of 5036
Don't use core temp. Use HWMonitor or Everest, and do not look at the core temperatures...look at the one marked CPU, or in your case probably TMPIN0 or 1 in HWMonitor.

Prime blend is the best. If it'll do that for 6 hours or so it's good enough for me to call pretty darn stable

Increase the FSB a little at a time(like 10 or 20MHz) with voltages on auto and run prime for 30 minutes at each step.

When you get to a good overclock and you are starting to feel happy....run prime longer...like 2-3 hours and longer if you want, but I would move on after that.

If it fails(finds an error) increase the vcore a little above what it was running at while you were testing before and it was working.

You need any more help just ask.
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post #1430 of 5036
@Suijin

Good info from ny_driver, but let me add for you some info. Don't leave the voltages on 'Auto' while you make adjustments and increase your base clock (HTT, default 200, will do as high as the motherboard permits), put them at the defaults.

Default for the chip is 1.325v~ (CPU VCORE) and for the CPU/NB it is 1.175v (CPU/NB VOLTAGE). They may not read that way in your BIOS, some are CPUDVID, CPU/NB VID, etc.

If you have questions or need help, screenshots help and pictures of BIOS settings help also. Good luck!
    
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