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at the moment i 'm testing a 4.1Ghz clock @ 1.5125v
NB @ 2939Mhz @ 1.35v
cpu/nb @ 1.4v
HT @ 2352Mhz @ 1.25v
right now it's at his 16th run of LinX
and highest temp on my cpu is 52c

Edit: Finshed without errors
stable @ 4.1Ghz
I wouldn't call 20 runs of Linx stable. Try playing a round of BFBC2 or a really stressfull game and then post back...Anyway nice OC, not trying to bash you.
    
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it's running Folding@home all the time
games aren't that stressfull
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post #1493 of 5036
How is it to overclock the 1055T? Where's does it range between easy & hair pulling out hard?
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Easy
    
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post #1495 of 5036
easy? very easy
i got 4Ghz stable on the day i got it lol
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post #1496 of 5036
Hi,

Just wondered if someone could clarify - it seems there is a difference of opinion over oc'ing the CPUNB. Some say push it as far as you can, others say keep it close to stock 2000mhz as oc'ing it doesn't really increase performance. Which is it? Also, would oc'ing it to 2500mhz raise temps by any meaningful amount?
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I got a question, hope someone can tell me the answer. Atm im using the Asus M4N78-Pro. It aint that good at ocing, HTT wont go higher then 279 else it stays black during post. No mather what i try.

Because i wanna keep my DDR2 memory for the moment, my eye dropped on the Asus M4A78-E wich has the 790GX chipset. Does anyone knows if this board can handle higher HTT/FSB speeds? And if so, does it have some nice OC skills? I google'd alot but only a few forums talked about it, seems like it aint that bad, but i hoped someone has some experience with this type of mobo.
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it seems there is a difference of opinion over oc'ing the CPUNB. Some say push it as far as you can, others say keep it close to stock 2000mhz as oc'ing it doesn't really increase performance. Which is it? Also, would oc'ing it to 2500mhz raise temps by any meaningful amount?
I think you may have confused the HT with the CPU/NB.

Overclocking your CPU/NB will certainly improve performance, especially if you have also overclocked your memory. This only works to a certain point though. For example, a 3000MHz CPU/NB would only be useful if your DDR3 was running at 2000MHz or more. Try to find the right speed for your setup.

Overclocking your HT (aka. FSB) over the stock 2000MHz will not result in much of a performance gain. In fact, some research suggests that anything over 2200MHz can actually reduce performance slightly. Try to keep this between 1800MHz and 2200MHz. The HT cannot be clocked higher than your CPU/NB.

As for temps, overclocking the CPU/NB to 2500MHz will make things hotter, but it all depends on how much voltage is used to get there and how much you increase the clock. Make sure the NB temperature stays below 75C. With a good motherboard and decent cooling, this is really not hard. My CPU/NB is running at about 2900MHz with 1.35V and I can't even get it to 50C under full load with my setup.
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Increasing the NB frequency allows your memory to perform better. What you don't need to overclock is the HT link. A little is fine, but not necessary.

EDIT: I have my NB @ 3200MHz and memory at only 1707, and believe me it's way better with the NB overclocked further. The memory performs better and the computer feels very fast.
Edited by ny_driver - 8/4/10 at 1:39pm
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Increasing the NB frequency allows your memory to perform better. What you don't need to overclock is the HT link. A little is fine, but not necessary.

EDIT: I have my NB @ 3200MHz and memory at only 1707, and believe me it's way better with the NB overclocked further. The memory performs better and the computer feels very fast.
Interesting.. So with my mobo i should be able to get 2500mhz out of the NB. For now HT and NB are at stock (2000mhz). Should i leave HT and bumb up NB and see what happens? Also with the increase would i then need to disable CnQ?
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