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Overclock settings for Amd phenom ii x6 1055t

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October 18, 2011 1:38:24 PM

Hiiiiiiiiii everbody
I want to overclock Amd phenom ii x6 1055t
can any one tell me How to oveclock this cpu to 4ghz
My mobo: Asus M4A78LT-M
Ram 2x2gb ddr3 kingston

I overclockerd upto 3.6
but after 3.6 bsod happens

so tell me perfect answer
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October 18, 2011 2:08:26 PM

Hi.

What speed is that RAM? What PSU do you have? What cooler do you have? What settings are you using?
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October 18, 2011 2:53:04 PM

saint19 said:
Hi.

What speed is that RAM? What PSU do you have? What cooler do you have? What settings are you using?


Now cpu fsb 264x14
Ram speed at cpu id 702mhz
Kingston 2x2gb Ram 1333

i m using coolermaster 500w psu
i m using stock cooler

here r settings
cpu frequency 264x14=3694mhz
cpu/nb frequency 8.00x
cpu voltage 1.4500
vddnb voltage 1.25625
ht link speed 1600mhz

so when i try to increase five mhz of cpu freq. then bsod com or screen hangs
please help me
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October 18, 2011 3:34:19 PM

every cpu is different. some can OC to 4ghz some cant. plus that stock cooler of yours wont get 4ghz.
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October 18, 2011 3:35:16 PM

Since you CPU is a locked CPU you will need set your RAM to 800MHz or 1066MHz before start to rise the reference clock. Change your RAM voltage to 1.65V and keep the HT and NB the most closest possible to 2000MHz

And YOU NEED a better cooler, the stock cooler isn't good.
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October 18, 2011 3:47:56 PM

Not a good answer
i m waiting for good answer
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October 18, 2011 3:59:56 PM

saint19 said:
Since you CPU is a locked CPU you will need set your RAM to 800MHz or 1066MHz before start to rise the reference clock. Change your RAM voltage to 1.65V and keep the HT and NB the most closest possible to 2000MHz

And YOU NEED a better cooler, the stock cooler isn't good.

After set ram to 800
my pc did not display
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October 18, 2011 4:01:58 PM

mandeep148 said:
After set ram to 800
my pc did not display


800MHz in dual channel, that means 400MHz in you BIOS maybe. Give me a few minutes to check your mobo.
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October 18, 2011 4:22:24 PM

mandeep148 said:
Not a good answer
i m waiting for good answer


Overclocking is not exact and nobody is going to be able to tell you the exact numbers you need to set, it is something you have to test over and over and over. Dont assume we are going to give you a "good" answer, you need to read some overclocking guides, do some research and take the advice of the people replying to your post, not discard the comments because they are not exactly what you are looking for.
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October 18, 2011 4:22:43 PM

theres no way hes going to get 4GHZ with that stock cooler. i have a Corsair H70 water cooler and i cant even reach 4ghz. GL if u do though =)
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October 18, 2011 4:49:56 PM

underclocking your memory is first priority to find out the cause of bsod is cpu
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October 18, 2011 5:42:08 PM

nutcase_63 said:
underclocking your memory is first priority to find out the cause of bsod is cpu

i have tried underclocking ram or ht/nb multiplier settings , but bsod appears again
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October 18, 2011 5:48:30 PM

Only underclock RAM, NB and HT should be at "Auto" or 2000MHz for both.
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October 18, 2011 5:53:54 PM

Oke then the next step is to see the Voltage settings when its on 3600 mc,do that with some software like hwinfo32 or some like it.
That is to make sure your MB(125W i saw) and PS can handle the power.
If that all is Oke,then you have to live with 3600,btw that cpu can even handle a little more voltage if i remember correctly 1.55V is the absolute max,so 1.5v could give you an extra 200-300 mc,doublt it if that extra mc's is worth friying your cpu.
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October 18, 2011 8:02:41 PM

hello, I always follow some post which you havemade,
I think we can not give precise because there are or issue and maybe some people don't see clearly detail spec system you had and issue BSOD. I just thinking like 0x0..124 / 0x0..50B, I've asked you if you want more will have to upgrade good psu high efficiency and extreme ram (had heatsprider).
many things you need to consider such as :
- PSU cooler master extreme power 500W not good for overclock, actually have issue too in default.
- I'm not sure your ram kingstone HyperX, it can make scare me ( NO heatsprider don't do it )
For example : at 3.6ghz clock speed fsb 255 and ratio ram at 1066, nah .. ram must be raised voltage near 1.6V- 1.62V and loosened timings, for example 8-9-8-30 or 8-9-9-30.
overclock FSB really need STRONG RAM and GOOD PSU. That's key of succes overclock 1055T.
My opinion keep at 3.5ghz ( the last stable your oc) if you still love your hardware. In the everyday, everytime I use it at 3.5ghz and sometime to 3.8ghz .. 4ghz just for benchmark :) 
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