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AMD Phenom X6 1055T First Time overclocking

Last response: in Overclocking
May 16, 2014 6:15:22 PM


So I overclocked my AMD Phenom x6 1055T for the first time.
And I used Prime 95 as stress test and got this error 1 min into running it
Alos my Temp rise too over 70 °C wich is not normal according too the guide.
Any suggestions ?

FATAL ERROR: Resulting sum was 4.485371446637661e+016, expected: 4.485371527768647e+016
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.

I used these links as guides

By just setting
CPU overclocked to 3.85 GHz , Idle running at 53°C with case open.

FSB :275
CoreV: 1.475 V
DRAMV: 1.650 V

My Specs
- 8 GB Kingsten HyperX DDR3 - 1600
- Corsair PSU 650 W
- 2x WesternDigital Blue Cav. 160 GB
- MSI GTX 560Ti Twin Frozr
- Zalman CPU Cooler CNPS 5X Performa

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a c 88 K Overclocking
a c 111 À AMD
May 16, 2014 6:21:43 PM

You overclocked it too much. It heated up too much. It caused the hard drives to overheat. They then gave a checksum (data integrity) error.

Don't overclock so much - it gets too hot. Maybe you've got a small case too.
May 16, 2014 6:30:08 PM

Well its a Midi-Tower but is small indeed I have the Side plate removed too
What frequency should I drop my CPU too?
And how does it affect my HDD?
a c 88 K Overclocking
a c 111 À AMD
May 19, 2014 4:59:32 PM

Drop your Vcore to 1.3V

Even your ram voltage should only be 1.5V

Have you been playing with it?

Try a bios reset.

What power supply - make and model?

Can you download and run HWINFo - Sensors and post the results. After the bios reset and voltages dropped down.