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CPU Model: 1055T
Batch: 1013CPCW
RAM: OCZ Platinum 2GB Single Stick DDR3 8-8-7-10-35-1T @ 1620MHZ
Motherboard: GA-890GPA-UD3H
Bios Version: F6
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CPU Clock: 3800MHz (304x12.5)
NB Clock: 2128MHz (304x7)
HT Link Clock: 2128MHZ (304x7)
CPU Voltage: 1.475v
RAM Voltage: 1.59v
NB Voltage: 1.3v

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Prime95
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CPU: 19210
GPU: 7695



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CPU: 6573
SM 2.0: 5420
SM 3.0: 6123



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Name
Ben the OCer

Hardware Info
CPU Model: 1055T
Batch: 1013CPCW
RAM: OCZ Platinum 2GB Single Stick DDR3 8-8-7-10-35-1T @ 1620MHZ
Motherboard: GA-890GPA-UD3H
Bios Version: F6
CPU Cooling: Sunbeam Tuniq Tower 120

Settings
CPU Clock: 3800MHz (304x12.5)
NB Clock: 2128MHz (304x7)
HT Link Clock: 2128MHZ (304x7)
CPU Voltage: 1.475v
RAM Voltage: 1.59v
NB Voltage: 1.3v

Screen Shots
Prime95
26 hours and 10 minutes stable



3DMark Vantage
Score: P9051
CPU: 19210
GPU: 7695



3DMark06
Score: 14697
CPU: 6573
SM 2.0: 5420
SM 3.0: 6123



Cinebench R11.5
CPU: 6.73 pts
OpenGL: 62.27 fps



Cinebench R10
Single CPU Render: 4388
Multiple CPU Render: 21329
Multiprocessor Speedup: 4.86 x
OpenGL Standard: 7956



Fritz 9 Chess Benchmark
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Kilo nodes per second: 13010
Nice OC! I applaud your work, but why the 12.5x multi? I don't understand why people drop the multi for a final OC... I can understand if you're searching for your max HTT base clock, but other than that...?
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Nice OC! I applaud your work, but why the 12.5x multi? I don't understand why people drop the multi for a final OC... I can understand if you're searching for your max HTT base clock, but other than that...?
Ideal RAM clock and 304x12.5 gives me exactly 3800MHz. You might not want to quote all my screen shots. It might annoy some people.
Edited by Ben the OCer - 5/13/10 at 1:02am
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Ideal RAM clock and 304x12.5 gives me exactly 3800MHz.
Well I mean, isn't the "ideal" ram clock one that will let you run the tightest timings since these are AMD chips? However, I do appreciate your desire for an exact OC. I too hate odd numbers lol. Did you try clocking it at 14x though? Just to see how high it will go? I have a 1013CPCW as well, so this looks promising for me :-) What are your temps like under prime?
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Well I mean, isn't the "ideal" ram clock one that will let you run the tightest timings since these are AMD chips? However, I do appreciate your desire for an exact OC. I too hate odd numbers lol. Did you try clocking it at 14x though? Just to see how high it will go? I have a 1013CPCW as well, so this looks promising for me :-) What are your temps like under prime?
I haven't done much testing on the ideal clock to timing ratio with this RAM. I just wanted a high RAM clock and I tightened the timings accordingly. That base clock and multiplier combination gave me the highest clock without going over what I've tested as stable. I might try for higher sometime.

For the temperatures I use a thermal diode from my NZXT Sentry 2 that is attached to the side of the IHS of the 1055T. None of the temperature programs give correct readings it seems any. On a worm day a few days ago it idled at about 32C and loaded at about 42C. Right now it's colder in the house and idling at around 25C and loading at 34C (when I ran Prime95 for a couple minutes).
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Some chips clock better at lower multipliers than high ones.
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I'm back to stock till a new BIOS is released, its just so unstable and random values change no mater what i set in the BIOS its just ridiculous....

same here with my UD5P, no matter what i put and save, when you get to windows, it varies, f8h is one dodgy bios.
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Well I mean, isn't the "ideal" ram clock one that will let you run the tightest timings since these are AMD chips? However, I do appreciate your desire for an exact OC. I too hate odd numbers lol. Did you try clocking it at 14x though? Just to see how high it will go? I have a 1013CPCW as well, so this looks promising for me :-) What are your temps like under prime?
From what I've read, yes, you're right. But I have also seen benchmarks showing improvements from higher speeds. So I would prioritize it this way, 1) Timings, 2) Speed. So if you can get the timing as low as possible and then up the speed, great! The differences were never significant though from graphs.

As far as frequency is concerned, I'm not sure how these newer CPU's are (both Intel and AMD) because on my old 775 setup (sig), the higher the FSB the better/faster my computer would perform. It's more raw power. Though, I'm seeing in these newer chips that this is no longer the case. However, I am sure that I would want to have a higher fsb if I can get the same clock.
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same here with my UD5P, no matter what i put and save, when you get to windows, it varies, f8h is one dodgy bios.
i asked if there are any news on a BIOS update and i got told that the Taiwan programmers rarely let them know about updates or release dates so i guess we just have to wait for it:/
i hope it will be faster than usual because this BIOS is the worst ever
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As far as frequency is concerned, I'm not sure how these newer CPU's are (both Intel and AMD) because on my old 775 setup (sig), the higher the FSB the better/faster my computer would perform. It's more raw power. Though, I'm seeing in these newer chips that this is no longer the case. However, I am sure that I would want to have a higher fsb if I can get the same clock.
The reason is mostly that the northbridge integrated memory controllers now run on multipliers for both AMD and Intel setups, so they can be adjusted manually without necessarily having to rely solely on the FSB. So it doesn't make a big deal, though for some reason having the FSB set too high (>320 for me) will cause the computer not to post (not sure why this is).

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