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Problem overclocking Phenom II X6 1055T!

post #1 of 6
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My CPU is the AMD Phenom II X6 1055T at stock speeds. My motherboard is the Asus M4N98TD-EVO AM3/SLI nForce 980a with the latest BIOS. My PSU is the Corsair TX850 Watt. Whenever I go into my BIOS and change my CPU overclock settings to these:
CPU Ratio: 14.0
FSB: 286
Voltage: 1.45
NB: Auto
CPU/NB Voltage: Auto
DRAM Timings: 8/8/8/24 @ 1525 Mhz
Cool 'N Quiet: Disabled
C1E Support: Disabled

I think it has a lot to do with my RAM (OCZ Black Edition PC3-12800 DDR3 1600Mhz 2x2GB [4GB]). Whenever I save the settings, the computer turns off, turns itself back on, but doesn't POST. I have to manually go into the case, reset the RAM jumpers and then restart. Is it because my RAM timings are off or I'm doing something wrong?
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post #2 of 6
well if u raised FSB and didnt change NB multiplier it is likely that there isnt enough voltage going to the northbridge. Try increasing ur CPU-NB voltage.
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Ok. I'll increase it to 1.1, but I still don't want to risk doing a RAM CMOS reset again. Should I leave my DRAM timings on auto, set the frequency to 1525Mhz and set the DRAM voltage to 1.65?
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WD Black Caviar 1TB 7200RPM / 32MB Cache LiteOn x24 Burner Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Dell 22.5" 1920x1080 LCD Monitor 
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Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard Corsair TX850W 850 Watts NZXT M59 Dell 3/1 Button Laser Mouse 
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WD Black Caviar 1TB 7200RPM / 32MB Cache LiteOn x24 Burner Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Dell 22.5" 1920x1080 LCD Monitor 
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post #4 of 6
had almost the same issue here, put the ram divider two steps lower, nb voltage should be fine on auto as i believe most mobos put more juice in it then it needs anyway.

and if you want safe then set the timings to 9-9-9 then you can figure out the rest later
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post #5 of 6
Try this !, i know it's different motherboard but may be the voltage configuration is the same.




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post #6 of 6
one question for you guy my mobo i cannot tell the bord to put all core enabled it always come back to the default and mem test ok and the damn green screen

as soon as i play on the enable all core and (nvidia core calibration )

when i put it to all core the bios reset itself and come back to all default or even auto with or with out unleashing mode then i have to redo the whole setup

does anybody has that prb ?

and sometime im getting slow down and when i look at cpu z for the mb info i get it a 780 sli bord but it supposed to be a 980 sli chipset no ?

anyway those are my 2 question plzzzz any info im thinking i may have a defect bord or could some one explain *** i am missing since im new at that overclock ****

with some setting im running 3988 on the core 1.4250 and 1.7 for ram all the rest is set to auto

im new at this been reading a lot lately and come up with some setting but im sure im issing something
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