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Yeah you got a killer mobo. You should reach 4.0 no problem.
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post #22 of 35
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Originally Posted by PeaceMaker View Post
Yeah you got a killer mobo. You should reach 4.0 no problem.
What voltage would you recommend?

Im having trouble login into windows since it keeps crashing.

What I have done so far is:

CPU Voltage - 1.4V/Full LLC
Ram - 1525/ 9-9-9-24
NB - 2500 MHz
HT - 2002 MHz
CPU/NB - 1.2V

Is there something you would like to change?

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post #23 of 35
Well first see what your temps are at 1.47v (you were using this before). If they are acceptable, then push to 1.5v. You're trying to see your max OC not find the most efficient clock right at this time. Give it more vcore now, then refine once you find out what your mobo/chip can handle. Obviously you have to monitor your temps so you dont fry anything.
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I have a 1055T and I can't get it to 4 ghz either.... I have tried everything. Some chips just can't do it. I even got one of the best boards like you did for it because I thought it was because of my motherboard. Oddly enough though mine does 3.8 ghz at 1.375V so I am happy with it any ways because it runs very cool, and the extra 200 mhz is not going to make a huge difference in anything except e-peens
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post #25 of 35
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Originally Posted by PeaceMaker View Post
Well first see what your temps are at 1.47v (you were using this before). If they are acceptable, then push to 1.5v. You're trying to see your max OC not find the most efficient clock right at this time. Give it more vcore now, then refine once you find out what your mobo/chip can handle. Obviously you have to monitor your temps so you dont fry anything.
Thank you very much for your respond.

So I tried using these settings:

CPU - 1.475V & 1.5V
RAM - 1525/9-9-9-24/Stock voltage
NB - 2500
HT - 2002/1750
CPU/NB - 1.225V

And it was not bootable.

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post #26 of 35
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Originally Posted by killeraxemannic View Post
I have a 1055T and I can't get it to 4 ghz either.... I have tried everything. Some chips just can't do it. I even got one of the best boards like you did for it because I thought it was because of my motherboard. Oddly enough though mine does 3.8 ghz at 1.375V so I am happy with it any ways because it runs very cool, and the extra 200 mhz is not going to make a huge difference in anything except e-peens
I think 3.8 GHz is very good with the voltage you have.

Im happy it works for you!

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post #27 of 35
I had trouble reaching 4.0... I was finally able to do it with a lot of tweaking. I mean, its a lot of playing with voltages... My big problem was CIE was on!
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post #28 of 35
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Originally Posted by PeaceMaker View Post
I had trouble reaching 4.0... I was finally able to do it with a lot of tweaking. I mean, its a lot of playing with voltages... My big problem was CIE was on!
I have all of those powersaving options off.

Such as:

C1E
Cool n' Quiet

And Turbo

Theres this option with LLC for CPU/NB should I have it active or off?

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post #29 of 35
My chip was able to reach 4GHz straight off at 286x14, 1.455vCore with 1.325V on VDDA.

That's with LLC enabled on an M4A89GTD Pro USB3.

Ah. And it had CPU SS, CnQ, C1E and advanced virtualization enabled.

As someone said, your chip might not be able to reach 4GHz without any massive cooling solution.

Try 3.6GHz on the lowest volts you can instead.
There was a case of a guy that wasn't able to reach 4GHz no matter what he did, but instead he made it to 3.5GHz with 1.24V. Just freaking awesomeness for a 125W chip.
On the other hand, mine easily did 4GHz, but needed 1.26V to survive at 3.5GHz.
Maybe your chip is good at another frequency ranges, just gotta try a bit
   
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post #30 of 35
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My chip was able to reach 4GHz straight off at 286x14, 1.455vCore with 1.325V on VDDA.

That's with LLC enabled on an M4A89GTD Pro USB3.

Ah. And it had CPU SS, CnQ, C1E and advanced virtualization enabled.

As someone said, your chip might not be able to reach 4GHz without any massive cooling solution.

Try 3.6GHz on the lowest volts you can instead.
There was a case of a guy that wasn't able to reach 4GHz no matter what he did, but instead he made it to 3.5GHz with 1.24V. Just freaking awesomeness for a 125W chip.
On the other hand, mine easily did 4GHz, but needed 1.26V to survive at 3.5GHz.
Maybe your chip is good at another frequency ranges, just gotta try a bit
It could be it yeah.

Well if I cant get it at 4 GHz I will try something lower but I will try for a little while and see if it works. If not then I tried atleast!

I really appreciate the help from this community it really helps me!

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