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Well, my 1055T started to throttle right on 62C, when I was playing around with voltages.
AMD chips don't have throttle built in...?
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post #2142 of 5036
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56-58 in prime is fine... I bet ya in gaming it won't get over 45C
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The hottest things you can run in Prime95 are small FFTs length 24-32K in place. I always run these first to make sure I'm not surpassing the thermal limits.
thank you!!
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post #2143 of 5036
Hi All,
I just picked up the new 95W version of the 1055T and a Biostar 890FXE motherboard. For RAM I'm using DDR3 1333 G.SKILL RipJaws with stock timings of 7, 7, 7, 21.

I haven't overclocked in awhile, and never on an AMD platform. After doing some quick searching, I'm convinced that I can very easily bring this CPU to 4.0 ghz. However, whenever I change the bus speed closer to 250, my system either won't boot or Windows will lock up on boot. Is this a limitation of my RAM? Should I be going for something with 1600 speed if I want to hit 4ghz?

Here's a noobie mistake I'm probably making: when I check my memory speed on CPU-ID, the DRAM Frequency is in excess of the 1333 my RAM is rated for. For example, it'll read as 750, 750 x 2 = 1500 mhz = system instability eventually or no boot at all.

Any tips? Thanks in advance.
    
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post #2144 of 5036
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Originally Posted by MaSumo View Post
Hi All,
I just picked up the new 95W version of the 1055T and a Biostar 890FXE motherboard. For RAM I'm using DDR3 1333 G.SKILL RipJaws with stock timings of 7, 7, 7, 21.

I haven't overclocked in awhile, and never on an AMD platform. After doing some quick searching, I'm convinced that I can very easily bring this CPU to 4.0 ghz. However, whenever I change the bus speed closer to 250, my system either won't boot or Windows will lock up on boot. Is this a limitation of my RAM? Should I be going for something with 1600 speed if I want to hit 4ghz?

Here's a noobie mistake I'm probably making: when I check my memory speed on CPU-ID, the DRAM Frequency is in excess of the 1333 my RAM is rated for. For example, it'll read as 750, 750 x 2 = 1500 mhz = system instability eventually or no boot at all.

Any tips? Thanks in advance.
Try dropping your RAM divider from x8.00 to x6.67 or x5.53.
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post #2145 of 5036
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My upgrade is here 23 hours after placing the order with the EGG
Does your 965 have more grunt than the 1055t. I am thinking of selling my 1055t and doing the same as what you have done

Let me know how to 965 is
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ny_driver ~

How's the 965 clocking?!
    
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I'm not an overclocker expert myself but I think you should increase CPU-NB voltage abit. Try 1.225V or 1.25V at first.
So, newb question, but why is there a NBv and a CPU-NBv? Is it that the transfer pathway from cpu to nb has its own v or is it something else going on?
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So, newb question, but why is there a NBv and a CPU-NBv? Is it that the transfer pathway from cpu to nb has its own v or is it something else going on?
CPU-NB = memory controller;
NB = northbridge chipset

i read here that you should only raise the vCPU-NB
Edited by m1nt - 8/25/10 at 5:02pm
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post #2149 of 5036
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My upgrade is here 23 hours after placing the order with the EGG
Yah the egg has been kicking but on shipping, wait your in NY, did you over night that or do they have an east coast warehouse?

I ordered a printer and a mouse yesterday morning before work and it was here today when I got home. Free shipping too!!
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Sure you can join, but you have to change your desktop background....it can't be the same as mine. jus' kidding dude...welcome to the club!

Read the first post on how to join.

fixed

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/72...l#post10470471
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