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post #1811 of 5036
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It's not going to do a system repair. It should be fine. If anything he may require activation again.
I concur with you. Windows 7 has eliminated many of the bugs associated with hardware upgrades in earlier versions. Here is a link to a thread on the topic:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/77...nging-cpu.html
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post #1812 of 5036
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Much better! Set your memory clock multiplier to x5.33 (this should also tighten your timings), your HT Link Frequency multiplier to 8X, your NB Frequency multiplier to 9X, your CPU voltage to 1.4 V, your CPU NB voltage to 1.3 V. Your CPU cooler is excellent. Your HT reference clock will reach 286 MHz promptly, though you may have to raise Vcore as high as 1.5 V and the CPU NB voltage as high as 1.45 V.

This is your goal:
Rains 4.05GHz 3.00GHz 1.5v 1.45v 1600MHz (DDR3) 300 13.5 GA-890FXA-UD5
Cobain325 4.00GHz 2.86GHz 1.40v 1.325v 1524MHz (DDR3) 286 14 GA-890FXA-UD7
Velathawen 4.00GHz 2.29GHz 1.475v 1.31v 1524MHz (DDR3) 286 14 GA-890FXA-UD5 R.2
hey, thanks for the reply. i didnt have any luck with those settings unfortunately i get 8 beeps then a restart which puts the CPU Host Clock back to auto. im trying to do some research as to exactly what the beeps mean.
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Hey guys new to the forum.

Wondering if anyone with the same board and a 1055T have got it to 4ghz? And what are you settings, I'm new to over clocking an ive been trying off an on for days now an need help.
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Hey guys new to the forum.

Wondering if anyone with the same board and a 1055T have got it to 4ghz? And what are you settings, I'm new to over clocking an ive been trying off an on for days now an need help.
what are your current temps

well, anyway:
for a 272MHz bus (3.8GHz) on my 1055T and UD3H rev1 BIOS F7c i use:

1.58v PLL
1.5v RAM (GSkill ripjaw 1.5v)
1.36v NB voltage control
1.88v NB/PCIe/PLL voltage control
1.400v CPU-NB VID control
1.475v CPU Voltage Control

NB/HT both @2448MHz
CL9 ripjaws @8-8-8-21 2T

for ~4GHz, same ratios, i bump cpu voltage to 1.525v and CPU-NB to 1.425v and Bus(HTT) to ~286
Edited by skier - 8/17/10 at 6:26pm
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@ Headless Fansprings - thanks, should be ok with this cooler then. One odd thing I've noticed - my mobo has 3 settings for the heatsink fan, 'Auto', 'Voltage' and 'PWM'. Auto is supposed to detect the type of fan installed - as the fan is PWM I would have expected Auto and PWM to behave exactly the same. Not so, setting Auto the fan idles at around 800rpm, while setting PWM the fan idles at around 1250rpm. I am assuming in this case I should be setting it to PWM?
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Originally Posted by skier View Post
what are your current temps

well, anyway:
for a 272MHz bus (3.8GHz) on my 1055T and UD3H rev1 BIOS F7c i use:

1.58v PLL
1.5v RAM (GSkill ripjaw 1.5v)
1.36v NB voltage control
1.88v NB/PCIe/PLL voltage control
1.400v CPU-NB VID control
1.475v CPU Voltage Control

NB/HT both @2448MHz
CL9 ripjaws @8-8-8-21 2T

for ~4GHz, same ratios, i bump cpu voltage to 1.525v and CPU-NB to 1.425v and Bus(HTT) to ~286
hmm is that your "default" PLL voltage? on my board the default is 2.50v, what exactly does this voltage do?

you can probably lower your NB and CPU voltage a bit unless you are still pushing for higher clocks:O
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post #1817 of 5036
Great..... Looks like I won't be having the 1055T tomorrow...

The stupid website decided to cancel my order because my PayPal address was not same as my address from my website's account...

so now I need to wait until they refund the money... Just awesome.. ffs...
    
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post #1818 of 5036
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I am afraid that you have been bested:

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/77...g-results.html

Try this fellow's settings. You should easily be able to reach 4.2 GHz, but you must lower your HT link multiplier to guaranty stability.
That wasnt done here

Ive only had a little play time with it. Did a 1.36 Volt run last night and there will be more to come tonight and im pushing my NB beyond 3.2Ghz
Edited by Riskitall84 - 8/18/10 at 3:37am
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Damn, it sucks... I probably won't even have the 1055T by this week...
    
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Damn, it sucks... I probably won't even have the 1055T by this week...
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