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my 1100T needs around the same volts to be perfectly stable at that speed... so you probably just lucked out on a sub-par chip
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Originally Posted by Shaded War View Post
I'm now to overclocking so i want some oninions.

My BIOS doesnt have any overclocking options so I used ASUS Turbo V.

My settings are in the picture below. Does the CPU voltage seem safe or do you think its too high? It's not stable at lower voltage.

It idles at 24C and 100% load with wPrime after 200 seconds is 37C.

Settings are here.

*snip*

If you have any sugestions for my setup in this picture above, please post them. Im a overclock newbie.
Like others have said, Bios OC (I understand you said your bios doesnt have any OCing options but I would check for a bios update on that board and see if they changed anything, otherwise I woudl buy a new board over software OCing). I wouldnt even open an OC program (no have one installed) just to show my settings. Bad things can happen. 1.5v seems high for that chip. my 1055t needs 1.475 for stable 4.0Ghz OC. 1.5v for me is max safe on air. I would try to drop that down to 1.475 and check for stability. Depending on what you have your ram at, try to make sure your NB is ~2700, I kept my NB at the same v as my cpu (my board seems to run more stable with NB v higher). Also try to keep HT around 2k to 2100 with stock v on it.

As for your ram, check your manufac, to see what stock v are and stick with that. For true load temps, I would suggest HardwareID and run Prime95 for atleast 4 hours with some Intel Burn test for a couple runs and maybe some LinX at max memory for a few hours as well to see what your system is looking like under heavy sustained loads.

Most OC'ers have their own opinion on how much time a system should be tested for stubility but most will recommend 24h's even if they dont follow it.

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Originally Posted by IOSEFINI View Post
BIOS --> Advanced --> JumperFree Configuration.
Go there and do your overclock.
That voltage is huge for 4GHz
my 1090 @ 4GHz needs 1.35-1.36V(at full load)
1.35v? damn lucky, for prime95+linx*24 hours = 1.475 for me. Must have a golden chip (though mine is a 1055)
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Like so many others have mentioned already that Vcore is nuts for 4.0GHz. Mine will run 4.0 at 1.4v 24 hr prime95 stable.

You may want to check this thread out http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...hase-list.html
look at the spec for your mobo, as you don't have the complete model listed from what I can see, the recommended limits for either of the M4A88T-M's will be way over done by a 6 core at 4.0GHz as they produce 140w and from the recommendations listed the highest should be 125w or 95w depending on which version mobo you have. This should be a sign you need a better mobo to OC with when using a hexacore.
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I see 4+1 phase board...
not that it's going to kill you since it's an ASUS (has over-current/over-heat protection on VRMs), but the likelihood is it doesn't work properly (VRMs ridiculously overheat to the point where the overheat protection is activating regularly and throttling the CPU itself to keep the load down)
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