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Yeah I'm not a big fan of the "patch" type TIM. And I'm sure a lot of people aren't. Seems like everyone gets better results when they replace it with a paste version.
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whats the power consumption on this chip OC'ed or Not

or @ 4.0ghz??
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whats the power consumption on this chip OC'ed or Not
or @ 4.0ghz??

some are 95w and other are 125w when stock chips. im not sure about 4ghz.
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Mine are 125 at stock, 141 at 3.8ghz.
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Power supply calcs say 201W for mine at 4.0 Ghz 1.464v
post #4416 of 5036
thanks to the replies im just comparing this chip to the BD chip

i found out that its just very minimal watts deference comparing Thunban and Bulldozer

in here 1055T @ 4ghz it has 201w

in the bulldozer owners thread FX-8150 @ 4.8ghz is 200-220w

http://www.overclock.net/t/1139726/amd-fx-bulldozer-owners-club/4400

this thread has 442 pages that thread also have 442 pages
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I was wondering if anyone can help me:

I am having trouble getting my 1055t up to 4GHz. I've followed many guides on the subject and cannot seem to find any solutions.

My specs:

8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 Corsair Vengeance C9 (9-9-9-24 @ 1600MHz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 560 on Ti
GA 970a-UD3 mobo
and of course, AMD 1055t 125W

My issue seems to be RAM related. I've tested it and it's come up with no errors, but for some reason, I cannot reach 4GHz with two DIMMS installed. If I take out one of my 4GB chips I can get up to 4GHz easily, but with both, it seems like something strange is happening.

My current highest is 3.99GHz, but it BSODs as soon as it starts with a random assortment of errors ranging from Page Fault in Nonpaged Area to System Service Exception to Memory Management. If I try 4GHz it won't even post. I've even tried running my RAM @ around 1140MHz with 10-10-10-24 timings.

If it helps, I noticed my mobo has extreme LLC. It won't even let you turn it off (only "Regular" and "Extreme" or "Auto"). I have not had to touch the voltage on the CPU because it goes up to 1.47v by itself due to the LLC.

Any suggestions?
post #4418 of 5036
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Originally Posted by firelink View Post

I was wondering if anyone can help me:
I am having trouble getting my 1055t up to 4GHz. I've followed many guides on the subject and cannot seem to find any solutions.
My specs:
8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 Corsair Vengeance C9 (9-9-9-24 @ 1600MHz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 560 on Ti
GA 970a-UD3 mobo
and of course, AMD 1055t 125W
My issue seems to be RAM related. I've tested it and it's come up with no errors, but for some reason, I cannot reach 4GHz with two DIMMS installed. If I take out one of my 4GB chips I can get up to 4GHz easily, but with both, it seems like something strange is happening.
My current highest is 3.99GHz, but it BSODs as soon as it starts with a random assortment of errors ranging from Page Fault in Nonpaged Area to System Service Exception to Memory Management. If I try 4GHz it won't even post. I've even tried running my RAM @ around 1140MHz with 10-10-10-24 timings.
If it helps, I noticed my mobo has extreme LLC. It won't even let you turn it off (only "Regular" and "Extreme" or "Auto"). I have not had to touch the voltage on the CPU because it goes up to 1.47v by itself due to the LLC.
Any suggestions?

Before talk about LLC, i had two friends of mine got some weirdo problem with "cursed" vengeance. So i'll advice you to replace "the cursed" first laughingsmiley.gif
 
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Originally Posted by firelink View Post

I was wondering if anyone can help me:
I am having trouble getting my 1055t up to 4GHz. I've followed many guides on the subject and cannot seem to find any solutions.
My specs:
8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 Corsair Vengeance C9 (9-9-9-24 @ 1600MHz)
EVGA nVidia GTX 560 on Ti
GA 970a-UD3 mobo
and of course, AMD 1055t 125W
My issue seems to be RAM related. I've tested it and it's come up with no errors, but for some reason, I cannot reach 4GHz with two DIMMS installed. If I take out one of my 4GB chips I can get up to 4GHz easily, but with both, it seems like something strange is happening.
My current highest is 3.99GHz, but it BSODs as soon as it starts with a random assortment of errors ranging from Page Fault in Nonpaged Area to System Service Exception to Memory Management. If I try 4GHz it won't even post. I've even tried running my RAM @ around 1140MHz with 10-10-10-24 timings.
If it helps, I noticed my mobo has extreme LLC. It won't even let you turn it off (only "Regular" and "Extreme" or "Auto"). I have not had to touch the voltage on the CPU because it goes up to 1.47v by itself due to the LLC.
Any suggestions?

Can't really rely on Memtest for memory stability on AMD systems. It'll test for max overclock sure, but AMD relies so much on NB when it comes to memory, that it's better to find stability with memory using Blend test on Prime or whatever alternative you're using.

Personally I think the timings are off too. On mine the recommended timings for 1866mhz is 9-11-9-27 so CL of 9 for 1600 seems pretty loose (to me anyways). Look at the SPD tab in CPU-Z to get an idea of where the timings should be for each of the speeds. It helps me tremendously with my RAM to know where the timings are using that SPD tab as a reference.

Also you said you haven't touched the voltage yet but it goes up to 1.47v by itself causes instability too. Try to manually set the voltage and play with each of the LLC settings to see if it improves. On my system if I can keep it as close to the setting as possible, the more improved the stability is.

What is the NB and HT speed also? I usually try to have mine at about 2800 with 1.3v and HT close to 1800 as possible with auto voltage setting and it always seems to do well.
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hey guys I have a 125w 1055t and I would like to overclock it but I don't have even the faintest idea where to start and I'd be very grateful if you could help me out in that respect.
I would like to get 3.4GHz out of it, and my specific hardware is as follows:
AMD 1055t of course
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3
8GB Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz RAM
Corsair h60
Cf 6950s
750w ocz zt

I have tried following other tutorials, and using overdrive, but my system always either freezes up or I give up before I'm done because I think I'm going to blow it up.
This thread seemed like the best place to solicit help.
Cheers :-)
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