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Nice Yogi! I'm going to try running 2 instances of prime blend just for fun.
Cant wait for water!
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I've been on water ~2 months. I love it. I'm going to slap my CrosshairIV right in there.

Won't have to change anything besides adding my other 4890 and new EK-FC 4890 LT water blocks on the gpus.

I was going to paint, but I'll just get a new case in a few months.

My A/C sits 3 feet away blowing directly on the radiator.

EDIT: and yessssssss that is my power switch in picture 1
Edited by ny_driver - 6/13/10 at 6:17pm
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Ask over at the Crosshair Formula /Extreme club.

Looks great if 42c is the max. Crank it up to 286 x 14
Grrr... I tried, but no go. Didn't want to boot into Windows. I don't know what settings to tweak to make this puppy boot up @ 4.0. I just installed my 2xScythe Kaze's and load temps dropped 10C! WOOOOOOT
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Lower your HT down to ~2000. That could be your problem.
Also update your CPU-Z, that usually helps stability
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Lower your HT down to ~2000. That could be your problem.
Also update your CPU-Z, that usually helps stability
Interesting... I was able to get to 3920mhz--i dropped the HT down to 1960 (not sure how to get it to 2000 even) and upped the NB a little bit.

It primed okay for a few minutes.... but I noticed some screen artifacts when Windows was loading the login screen. Nothing serious, but I noticed it.


Update:
Got to 3990mhz woot woot, looks like upping NB and dropping HT was clutch


Trying for 4.0 again!
Update 2:
Gahh, got it to prime for like 2mins, then it BSOD w/ IRQL not less than or equal. I believe this is a memory issue. My RAM is underclocked running at lower freq than stock specs (stock = 1600mhz cl8 @ 1.65) it was at 1544mhz, im gonna try bumping lower, see if that does it.

Update 3:
Nope, didn't go. I kept getting BSOD on 286. I'm sure there are a few tweaks I could do, but maybe tomorrow! Right now, I'm going to go back to 3.9.
Edited by PeaceMaker - 6/13/10 at 7:49pm
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Glad you semi solved the issue.
Try some more volts for 4.0. Since you are on water temps shouldn't be much of an issue. HT doesnt have to be exactly 2000, just as close as you can get it.

Also open up another CPUz with the memory tab so we know your NB and RAM settings.
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Glad you semi solved the issue.
Try some more volts for 4.0. Since you are on water temps shouldn't be much of an issue. HT doesnt have to be exactly 2000, just as close as you can get it.

Also open up another CPUz with the memory tab so we know your NB and RAM settings.
Hm... will do later tonight! I'm @ 1.5v, isn't this already way higher than I should be juicing it? What about the NB frequency? How correlated is this to the OC stability (is higher better for higher clocks)?

Since I got an IRQL error, maybe I will loosen my timings to see if that does it. I just want to find my max OC and then I can work on optimizing my OC. I'm so excited that I am actually doing it w/ this chip! Great feeling... especially after all the problems I ran into.

Also, other's must be experiencing the same awesome temps on water, right? Or is this block really just the shizzle?
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As long as your temps are ok you can raise the volts. I would say not higher then 1.6v, but I would wait fro some AMD guys to answer this.Try to get your NB as high as you can, but the performance decreases after a certain number. Theres a chart somewhere on here but I forgot which thread its in so I would say just set it to x10 since your FSB is below 300.
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As long as your temps are ok you can raise the volts. I would say not higher then 1.6v, but I would wait fro some AMD guys to answer this.Try to get your NB as high as you can, but the performance decreases after a certain number. Theres a chart somewhere on here but I forgot which thread its in so I would say just set it to x10 since your FSB is below 300.
High voltage kills a chip as well, even if the temps are in check.

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According to an article at xbitlabs, the 1055t comes in two TDP flavors: 125 watt TDP or 95 watt TDP.

Cpu markings:
HDT55TFBK6DGR = 125 Watt
HDT55TWFK6DGR = 95 Watt

My 1055t is a 125 Watt TDP. So I think that means I should have a higher thermal trip level. Also that it can handle more heat compared to the 95 watt one. Is this a correct understanding?

Does anyone know what the thermal trip levels are for the 1055t? Has anyone experienced a thermal trip with the 1055t?
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