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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by Kentan900 View Post
Hello!

First I would like to thank everyone whos given me tips and good advice for my overclocking it has helped me alot from being a stock user to a overclock user!

So the past couple of days I thought I should try to overclock it higher since I got such good temps and volts for my current overclock but it didnt manage to get it stable after 3.65 GHz so I thought I should ask you folks again for some good advice!

So my current settings right now is:

Multiplayer - 14
CPU Freq -> 260 -> 1.43V
RAM Freq -> 1387 -> 9-9-9-24 -> 1.6V
CPU/NB Freq -> 1820 -> 1.2V
HT Link Freq -> 1820 -> Auto Volt

Enabled Settings:

Full CPU LLC

Disabled Settings:

Cool n' Quiet
C1E
Spread Spectrum
PCIE Spread Spectrum

Any tip would be helpful!

Regards from Swedish meatball or Kentan900
Ht-link frequency- go up one on the HT link multiplier it should give you closer to 2000Mhz , keep HT voltage auto.

At no time should your NB frequency be under 2000Mhz it'll slow your pc down and affect stability in overclocks IMO

NB frequency multiplier add one here as well NB should end up over 2000Mhz.
Stock voltage will be fine also

(You can go for higher on NB but lets eliminate problems first okay!)

Once all thats done it should be just down to your RAM, presuming your CPU overclock isnt the reason its failing.

Not sure about the quality of that RAM but If its not decent overclocking RAM its gonna hinder your overclocks and therefore overall performance.

Good Luck!
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The HT Link at 1820 isn't terrible, actually. Generally, you wanna stay as close to 2000 as possible. There are no gains/losses in performance from over/underclocking it, and doing too much either way usually just results in instabilities.

Bring that NB frequency up. Like ^^that guy said, it should never be lower than the HT Link speed.

Also back off one speed setting with your RAM. That should do it, I think.
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post #13 of 14
If you can't drop that RAM voltage to 1.5V, you have dead RAM; prepare for an RMA. No 1333 CL9 kit should ever require more than 1.5V, it is a JEDEC generic specification that should never ever need more than 1.5V.

1333 CL9 to start with (1.5V or not) will make it very tough to overclock the 1055T due to ref clock hassles. To get 1333Mhz RAM you must run either 250Mhz or 333Mhz bus clock; 250Mhz won't let you reach 4Ghz and 333Mhz is impossible on most boards.
This means that your RAM is holding back your overclock. This is especially common with generic 1333 CL9 kits. You should've gotten a 1600Mhz kit, 1600Mhz kits should always be purchased whether overclocking or not because 1600Mhz 99.999% of the time gives you better overclocking/options for a lower price. If you can overclock your RAM to 1600Mhz without going over 9-9-9 in timings (otherwise it's not worth it anymore at all) then your options won't be as limited, but 2x4GB 1333 CL9 kits are usually the very worst for overclocking due to the ICs used; it's not so bad on 2x2GB kits, but for 2x4GB kits... you better have purchased a 1600 CL9 kit or you're just going to have to abandon ship with overclocking.
post #14 of 14
I would try 1.48 volts for cpu, 1.32 volts for cpu-nb.

CPU: 14 multi, 270 fsb; 3.780 ghz
NB: run it at 2600-2800 (adjust the multi so that it, along with the 270 fsb, yield you a frequency in that interval).

you should be able to hit those as it's pretty conservative. by the way i eat swedish meatballs at my local Ikea . very good with the lingonberry sauce.

oh yeah: with a 270 fsb your ram is gonna get OCed a decent amount, make sure you keep tabs on it and make sure it doesn't get overclocked too much (mess with the ram divider depending on what ram you got 1333 vs 1600 etc)
Edited by Spicy61 - 2/2/11 at 2:36am
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