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Please someone help me get to 4.0 stable!
Multi: 14
Freq: 286
NB: 8x (2288mhz)
PCIE: 100mhz
HT Link Width: Auto
HT Link Freq: 7x (2002mhz)
Memory Clock: 4x (1144mhz)
Timing: 8-8-8-24-21-2T @ 1.665v

CPU PLL v: 2.54v
NB Voltage: 1.36v
SidePort Mem Volt Control: Normal @ 1.6v
NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Control: 1.830v
CPU NB VID Control: 1.400v
CPU Voltage: 1.55v

I'M STILL NOT STABLE! CRASH ON PRIME95 & INTEL BURN TEST. Temps don't even exceed 40C before it crashes...
EDIT 1: OMGAW, so as I was recording down these timing for you folks, I realized that C&Q was enabled... I disabled that and dropped down my tRow timing to 38 (8-8-8-24-38-2T).
BOOM, I'm stable. So I'm now going to optimize this OC. Or maybe I'll just push to see how far I can get.

EDIT 2: Tightened timing back down to 8-8-8-24-21-2T and passed burn test. Now I'm going to tackle the FSB.

EDIT 3: 293 failed @ settings above. I can settlef or 4003mhz. Will post screens w/ max temps! (32C woot). Now to refine my OC.

EDIT 4: 286 @ 1.5v test...

EDIT 5: 1.5v failed to boot completely into windows; same with 1.52v. Dang that sucks... I didn't want to keep it at that high for everyday use. Looks like I will just optimize at a lower clock. Anyone have any ideas/suggestions ?

EDIT 6: Strange... So I decided to try loosening the timings again and attempt at 1.52v, and what do you know, it posted and started IntelBurnTest... however, it failed on the first run and BSOD. Think this is a voltage issue somewhere? Anyone have any thoughts??
Edited by PeaceMaker - 11/22/10 at 5:22pm
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I dont think you will need more than 1.5 CPU voltage for 4Ghz+

Sounds like its RAM related

Its up to you but I think you have a low NB freq maybe up the multi to 9 on NB give you better performance (I noticed more consistency in GPU benchmarks, less glitches in games)

try not to go below 2500Mhz NB freq aim for 3000Mhz!

dont go over 1.4 on NB Voltage.
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For the sake of preservation I'm not going to push my 1055t past 4.050ghz as in general its unlikely you will see any performance increase past 4ghz. Taking into account that the safe max voltage for the 1055t is 1.50v then I think 1.450v is a good balance between pushing it to the max but without perm degrading its health. Another interesting thing I have noticed is that on prime95 my core goes upto 64c which is high but for some reason doesnt degrade its performance so perhaps these cpus have a good heat tolerance.

If you want a good overclocking guide for the 1055t and you have an ASUS mobo then follow this guide (it worked for me)


laterz all

p.s. are people still being added to the club list? put my entry in on page 352 but nothing yet
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For the sake of preservation I'm not going to push my 1055t past 4.050ghz as in general its unlikely you will see any performance increase past 4ghz. Taking into account that the safe max voltage for the 1055t is 1.50v then I think 1.450v is a good balance between pushing it to the max but without perm degrading its health. Another interesting thing I have noticed is that on prime95 my core goes upto 64c which is high but for some reason doesnt degrade its performance so perhaps these cpus have a good heat tolerance.

If you want a good overclocking guide for the 1055t and you have an ASUS mobo then follow this guide (it worked for me)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5a7Ax...F45616&index=5

laterz all

p.s. are people still being added to the club list? put my entry in on page 352 but nothing yet
My temps get that high while prime + linx but no errors for me either. I dropped down to 3.9 though for 24/7 use because instead of the 1.5 i need I only need 1.42 for 3.9
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Another interesting thing I have noticed is that on prime95 my core goes upto 64c which is high but for some reason doesnt degrade its performance so perhaps these cpus have a good heat tolerance.
Aren't the "Safe" temps under 60C?
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1055t doesn't seem to like it too far over 4 ghz anyways.
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1055t doesn't seem to like it too far over 4 ghz anyways.
Yeah that may be true there are too many variables to factor in, however.

Oh hey, how are the temps on your 1055T with that HS/F setup? I had a similar setup and my load temps were like 50c it was
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Aren't the "Safe" temps under 60C?
I think the max operational temp is 72c but thats a bit over the top for normal use, lol. In general id say 65c is max for normal use under heavy conditions for short periods. Just added some new tim to the bottom of my heat sink and now my cpu is only going max 58c at 4ghz full load.

50c load temps... thats a lil roasty if you ask me...? who wants some fried eggs for breakfast?
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Oh hey, how are the temps on your 1055T with that HS/F setup? I had a similar setup and my load temps were like 50c it was
Well pretty gud actually, it boots at around 27c and reaches 58c under load, not too bad...
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To let you all know:

125w Phenom II X6 1055T Max Temp = 62c

95w Phenom II X6 1055T Max Temp = 71c


    
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