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Hello everyone , I was a previous poster on this forum asking for the same support which I get from amd-dude but never reach any where because he never understand the way my bios is setup. My bios look different from most people so its very hard to overclock . I would be happy if someone can help - That probably would be one of the best day in my life.
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To get to 4ghz on a 1100T all you need to do it is increase your Multiplier to 20 and maybe increase your CPU core voltage a little if you're unstable in prime95. Nothing to it really. You have a Motherboard manual don't you?
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amd-dude told me to do that which i did and it shutdown the computer
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post #4 of 14
Raise the CPU voltage a little. If you're raising voltages you need to monitor your temps. I recommend PC Probe 2.

You also have a 4+1 Motherboard. It is compatible with a x6, but you're really pushing it with a 4ghz overclock on a 4+1 board.

Personally i wouldn't be overclocking it on that board. Don't leave it unattended while running
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so you think I should not overclock it to 4GHZ
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You're VRM's are gonna get HOT if you do. Get some cooling or a better motherboard.
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post #7 of 14
it would be best to just push it til 3.8Ghz..as mentioned your board CAN support the CHIP but it cant push it to Extremes..you can go further the stock voltage but you can't go OVER 1.45v with your board..needless to say that MANY users here busted their boards over doing some NUTS with a 4+1 phased motherboard same as yours..

with a Black Edition chip..you usually just push it using the CPU Multiplier..and adding a tad of voltage to it..with stock you should stick around 3.6-3.8Ghz which IMO is fine..
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remember I have liquid cooling
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remember I have liquid cooling
are your mosfets, NB and SB under water??yes lets say you are under water..some users here who busted their stuff are even below 0..

the Phases affect the delivery of stable current to your chip so if 1 dies then so is your stuff too..
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ASUS boards are actually probably the safest despite 4+1; if the MOSFETs get too hot the ASUS board protection (unique to ASUS and maybe a couple more brands) will kick in and the board will shut down to protect itself. However, that having said, the MOSFETs probably would get that hot as they are heatsinkless and not getting any air due to your watercooling, which may hold you back from any overclocking. So unless your MOSFETs are also under water (which I'm not sure is possible except on certain few boards) you will want to add some form of MOSFET cooling before continuing. Active cooling if your case hasn't much airflow.
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