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post #1441 of 5036
Well, still waiting on my motherboard to get back from RMA. It blew while i was trying to get 4.15 stable...

Does anyone have some overclocking results with the 1055t on the MSI 890GXM-G65?
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post #1442 of 5036
my MSI 790fx board died when I ran P95 with my 1055t (4Ghz, 1,475v CPU, 1.3v CPU/NB).

There is a thread here somewhere for the MSI 890fx boards that do the same thing ... stress test CPU, and mobo fries. There is speculation that it has to do with the 4+1 phase power being unable to cope with draw of Hex core/ crappy mosfets.

Good luck with your RMA!

EDIT: here it is! http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...90fx-gd70.html
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Another unsucessful run and this time it lead to nasty problems lol
Raised the voltage 1.475v and it booted to window but then quickly got blue screen'ed, and on 1.500v it gave me the blank-desktop symptoms (Could only run task manager) The only difference between this and last time was that I turned off Cool'n'Quiet (Yes I know its suppose to disabled, forgot to do it last time) but I don't think thats got much to do with it

Just got back from system restoring to this point, will have another attempt soon.. So just want to collect some input on this problem of mine
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post #1444 of 5036
Try following the instructions for testing given in post #1429.

When you tell us that your attempt was unsuccessful, please give all the details of your settings. For example......CPU frequency, multiplier, and voltage - NB frequency, and voltage - CPU/NB voltage - HT frequency - DRAM frequency, timings, and voltage.

It will be easier to assist you with this information.

If you want to try 4GHz....go 286 x 14 with 1.5-1.525v, keep the HT and NB 2400 or less, and lower the DRAM speed so you know that is not the problem. You should have no problem if you give the cpu enough voltage.
Edited by ny_driver - 8/2/10 at 6:33am
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post #1446 of 5036
I'm running mine @ 4GHz(320x12.5) now with Cool & Quiet enabled. It works great.

I can't go any higher than 4GHz stable on "auto" vcore, and in order for C&Q to do you any good you need the vcore on "auto", otherwise it stays where you set it.

EDIT: Matter of fact I am really liking this C&Q.......it works perfectly.

Edited by ny_driver - 8/2/10 at 1:29pm
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Hi alawadhi3000

Many thanks, I've used your settings and it all seems good. Successfully re-encoded Avatar blu ray to DVD9 with x264 with no issues, extremely quickly at that :-).

Just got a couple of questions over the settings:

Reduce HT Link Multiplier from 10X to 9X - What does this do? 'Auto' setting is 10x - is there any reason not to use 'Auto' here?
Increase CPUNB voltage by 0.1V - Again, is there any reason not to use 'Auto'?

Also, CPU voltage is on 'Auto'. In fact, all other settings other than the ones you mentioned are all on 'Auto'. Is that all ok?

Thanks!
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post #1448 of 5036
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Originally Posted by iSeries View Post
Hi alawadhi3000

Many thanks, I've used your settings and it all seems good. Successfully re-encoded Avatar blu ray to DVD9 with x264 with no issues, extremely quickly at that :-).

Just got a couple of questions over the settings:

Reduce HT Link Multiplier from 10X to 9X - What does this do? 'Auto' setting is 10x - is there any reason not to use 'Auto' here?
Increase CPUNB voltage by 0.1V - Again, is there any reason not to use 'Auto'?

Also, CPU voltage is on 'Auto'. In fact, all other settings other than the ones you mentioned are all on 'Auto'. Is that all ok?

Thanks!
HT link should be kept around 2000MHz as overclocking it shows almost no performance improvement and sometimes it decreases performance, the formula is (HT Link = FSB X HT Multiplier), since you overclocked your FSB you need to drop the multiplier to achieve the same 2000MHz (229X9=2061MHz).

As for the CPUNB, I didn't suggest reducing the multiplier because if you overclock the CPUNB you will gain more performance in the Memory area. The additional 0.1V was to make sure that the CPUNB remain stable while being overclocked.

The rest of settings should be fine on auto because you're not overclocking too much.

Glad to help.
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Thanks again! Re. the CPUNB, would 'Auto' not give any appropriate voltage increase required to keep it stable?

Also, do you think I could get away with 3.4ghz with such simple settings?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iSeries View Post
Thanks again! Re. the CPUNB, would 'Auto' not give any appropriate voltage increase required to keep it stable?

Also, do you think I could get away with 3.4ghz with such simple settings?
Auto tends to sometimes give more voltage than needed or less than needed.

And yes, you can do 3.4GHz easily.

Edit:- Try these

HTT clock (FSB) 243MHz.
HT Link Multiplier 8X.
CPUNB voltage +0.1V.
Memory multiplier to 5.33X.
Edited by alawadhi3000 - 8/2/10 at 2:46pm
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