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How to hit 4.5GHz with 1055T?

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What setting's would I need to be able to hit 4.5GHz? I have 4 sticks of RAM, but I woulden't mind taking out 2 sticks to keep the OC more stable...

How high can I take the CPU and CPU-NB Voltage just to run a few benchmarks for 20mins straight without any possible damage? I also have a 790FX Chipset.

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4 DIMMs won't necessarily be a hold back
4.5Ghz is a stretch though, on a 1055T I would expect 4Ghz of course, but only few lucky x6 hit 4.2Ghz and fewer, luckier ones pass 4.3Ghz.
If you're looking for a suicide run, 1.55V CPU and same CPU-NB (though you probably will never need that much for CPU-NB), unless you are on serious cooling AND for short periods only.
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4 DIMMs won't necessarily be a hold back
4.5Ghz is a stretch though, on a 1055T I would expect 4Ghz of course, but only few lucky x6 hit 4.2Ghz and fewer, luckier ones pass 4.3Ghz.
If you're looking for a suicide run, 1.55V CPU and same CPU-NB (though you probably will never need that much for CPU-NB), unless you are on serious cooling AND for short periods only.
Today I took my CPU to 1.6V and CPU-NB to 1.57V, 4.43GHz and 3.2GHz on the NB.

I coulden't keep it stable and it BSOD on Cinebench, I managed to get a memory score of 11.01GB/s with MaxxMem though
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autsch... that cpu-nb voltage hurts you wanna destroy your CPU or MB?
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autsch... that cpu-nb voltage hurts you wanna destroy your CPU or MB?
lol I do realize I'm pushing my system a little too far, but all I need is some suicide benches at 4.5GHz lol, it seem's quite impossible

CPU cooling is fine though, it never passes 47C load
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