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Asus Royal knight and will do , thankyou smile.gif


New thread if anyone can help me please do, especially people with the same motherboard as me, thanks:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1316074/1055t-overclocking-help
Edited by Catalystc - 10/14/12 at 6:07am
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post #4562 of 5036
stable clocks: 3.6
FSB/Multiplier: 14
CPU Speed: 2.8
NB Speed: 2339
CPU Voltage: 1.4-1.47 (LLC)
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.25 (Stock)
RAM Speed: 1386
Motherboard: Asus M5A-88-v-evo (1502 bios)
Model: 125w

H80 Cooled

I am really late in the game but haven't been able to get stable over 3.6, tried all sort of things, but any way I am joining in to check out what sort of OC people are getting. I'm amazed so far that people are reaching super OC @ 4.2-4.7!
post #4563 of 5036
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Originally Posted by CyberPro View Post

stable clocks: 3.6
FSB/Multiplier: 14
CPU Speed: 2.8
NB Speed: 2339
CPU Voltage: 1.4-1.47 (LLC)
CPU-NB Voltage: 1.25 (Stock)
RAM Speed: 1386
Motherboard: Asus M5A-88-v-evo (1502 bios)
Model: 125w

H80 Cooled

I am really late in the game but haven't been able to get stable over 3.6, tried all sort of things, but any way I am joining in to check out what sort of OC people are getting. I'm amazed so far that people are reaching super OC @ 4.2-4.7!

It seems like for a lot people it's the RAM that gets in the way. It would help to know what RAM you have, what its rated speed and timings.

And it would help to know how it was tested and what happened when failed.

For me I got stuck at 3.5 ghz. Then started learning how to play with the timings. Later got to 3.8ghz. Then I just kept getting stuck. The RAM was rated for 1866. But when I lowered it to 1300 suddenly I was able to hit 4.0 ghz.
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post #4564 of 5036
What would be a nice stable OC for gaming with air cooling, I was thinking 3.4GHz, would that be alright?
post #4565 of 5036
please can you list your rig and ass it to your signature so we know what you have to work with please.
post #4566 of 5036
My current rig is.

Motherboard: Asus M4A87TD
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T @ 2.80GHz with Stock Cooler
RAM: Samsung 4GB DDR3 *Not sure on the speed is there a way to check this?*
Graphics Card: 1GB Radeon HD 5770
Hard Drive: 640GB WD Caviar Green
PSU: Corsair 650W
Case: CM Storm Sniper with three 200mm fans. Two intake and one exhaust.

I am upgrading the graphics card to a Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Vapor-X tomorrow, and I am looking to get 8GB RAM at 1600MHz *not sure which brand yet*, a second HDD most likely a 250GB Velociraptor.
post #4567 of 5036
I think 3.4 may be safe with stock cooler? I know I got mine to 3.8 ghz using Hyper 212+. It's now over 4 ghz using water.
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post #4568 of 5036
If I was to OC my CPU I was looking at the Zalman CNPS11X Extreme, since it has the blue lighting which goes with everything my PC has, I am only gaming on this PC so I don't really need it to be OC'd to a ridiculous amount.

Also OC'ing reduces the lifespan am I correct? This is a 3-4 year old CPU now.
post #4569 of 5036
Just keep temps down and you're ok. The previous owner of my chip had it at 1.45v for a year. Then I had it at 1.48v on the Hyper 212+ and hardly ever above 55 degrees. It hit 62 a couple of times and throttled itself during the summer. I then switched to water cooling and now I have had it at 1.55v for the past 6 months and it's never above 35 degrees down in a basement.

A general rule I keep hearing is to not go above 55 degrees too much and to stay under 1.55v and it'll last forever.

There's a thread where someone got info from AMD that the 62 max safe temp is really a safety net. The silicon don't actually start degrading till above 90 degrees I think it was.
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OCZ Vertex 460 WD 1TB Blue Koolance 380A EK-FC R9-290X 
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Windows 8.1 64-bit Monoprice 27" IPS-Glass Pro Panel DUCKY! Antec HCP 850W 
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Hand built wooden desk Logitech G700S 
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AMD A10 7850K ASUS A88X-Pro Sapphire 280x Sapphire 280x 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Patriot Viper Xtreme Div4 1866mhz 60GB Vertex2 WD Caviar 500AAKS XSPC Rasa 
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post #4570 of 5036
Thats the core temp to watch isn't it
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