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Is these Overclocking settings are good for Amd phenom ii x6 1055t+

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i have overclocked my amd phenom ii x6 1055t in bios
Is these o.c. settings are ok

these r ther settings

Cpu bus speed 257x14=3597mhz
cpu voltage:1.425v
ht link 2055.9mhz
nb freq. 2055.9
dram frequency: 685.9mhz
dram voltage: 1.65v

i have set ht link speed in bios:1600mhz
cpu/nb freq.:8x
and
My ram is 2x2gb Kingston 1333
Cooler master 500w psu
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  1. Hi, is it Stable ?
  2. henydiah said:
    Hi, is it Stable ?

    Yeah,
    i ran prime 95 for 25min igot 48-51 temp
    and
    how to reach 4.0ghz
  3. 25 minutest aren't even close to know if that CPU and settings are stable.

    Again, you need play with all settings because you CPU is locked, them you need change the RAM frequency to lowest possible and set NB and HT at 2000MHz while you rise the reference clock. Small steps are better for know in what point you need rise the CPU voltage.

    Remember test stability with all changes that you do.
  4. Best answer
    First , I suggest follow instruction from saint19, ran prime95 need more over than 25minutes or you need ran 4hours for see it stable. Also other setting.

    You'll get 4GHz if you do step by step but I DO NOT SURE YOUR PSU and RAM ENOUGH FOR IT !

    Overclock is your own risk,first , I suggest upgrade your psu with higher efficiensy.

    - drop ram ratio to 800 in bios / 1:2 showed in cpu-z
    - raise FSB to 286 so that the ram in CPU-Z run at @ 572mhz, it mean dual channel at 1144mhz
    - voltage ram at 1.62v - 1.65v
    - lossen timming of ram set to 6-7-7-20
    - NB VID 1400mhz
    - htlink speed at auto ( it will follow nb vid in CPU-Z nb freq get 2010mhz )
    - disabled CnQ, C1e, smartmulticore, spreadspectrum
    - PCIE at 100
    - cpu nb voltage 1.18v - 1.2v or overvoltage [+0.025 -0.050]
    - cpu vcore 1.49 - 1.54 ( my vcore at 4ghz 1.52 stable)

    ran at intelburntest 20X set memory to standard and ... wait up to finish. Keep eyes on temperature if over 60C you need drop your overclock.
  5. henydiah said:
    First , I suggest follow instruction from saint19, ran prime95 need more over than 25minutes or you need ran 4hours for see it stable. Also other setting.

    You'll get 4GHz if you do step by step but I DO NOT SURE YOUR PSU and RAM ENOUGH FOR IT !

    Overclock is your own risk,first , I suggest upgrade your psu with higher efficiensy.

    - drop ram ratio to 800 in bios / 1:2 showed in cpu-z
    - raise FSB to 286 so that the ram in CPU-Z run at @ 572mhz, it mean dual channel at 1144mhz
    - voltage ram at 1.62v - 1.65v
    - lossen timming of ram set to 6-7-7-20
    - NB VID 1400mhz
    - htlink speed at auto ( it will follow nb vid in CPU-Z nb freq get 2010mhz )
    - disabled CnQ, C1e, smartmulticore, spreadspectrum
    - PCIE at 100
    - cpu nb voltage 1.18v - 1.2v or overvoltage [+0.025 -0.050]
    - cpu vcore 1.49 - 1.54 ( my vcore at 4ghz 1.52 stable)

    ran at intelburntest 20X set memory to standard and ... wait up to finish. Keep eyes on temperature if over 60C you need drop your overclock.

    its not stable
    i ran prime 95
    test not working(fatal error)
    i have set ht link multiplier at 7x
    and ram 400
    now ht/nb-2002mhz and dram frequency 571mhz
    so what to do for stable
    i have not set timming yet
    i dont know how to change
  6. @ henydiah, 1.52 VCore is a little high, i run my 1055T at 1.5V and some other guys managed to get it @ 1.47 but with diff MOBOs.
    @ mandeep148, you can't just jumb from 3.5 GHz to 4.0 GHz you should just increase FSB step by step and test stability after each Overclock to know the stable speed that your CPU can run on it without any problems.
    And 1.42V @ 3.5 is a little high, you should just leave the VCore to Auto and it will consume less voltages than that.
    You need to have a good Aftermarket CPU cooler in order to keep with your 4.0 GHz OC
  7. @ilysaml : default auto vcore 1055T 2.8ghz fulload is 1.44v and idle 1.18v , 3.5ghz vcore 1.42v is not little high, he had different system with you. And cnq still working by enabled, As long as below 1.44V no problem and safe.
  8. Best answer selected by mandeep148.
  9. henydiah said:
    @ilysaml : default auto vcore 1055T 2.8ghz fulload is 1.44v and idle 1.18v , 3.5ghz vcore 1.42v is not little high, he had different system with you. And cnq still working by enabled, As long as below 1.44V no problem and safe.

    my cpu is at 3.8ghz
    I have test my cpu test in prime 95
    after 17 hours
    worker 06 stops working(Fatal error.Rounding was 0.5,expected less than 0.4)
    Torture test completed 387 test passed
    so
    why fatal error comes
    is there any reason
    and temperature was below 55c
    please answer
  10. Just ran at 6hours enough , I can say it stable and your temp 55C is cool , maybe can get 4ghz
    I think you ran too long he he he . .
  11. Also your fatal error come becuase your psu ran too hot .. If you use like good psu by seasonic/corsair/antec maybe you can get pass.
  12. Yea that would be a good guess, but again 1.52V is too high for 4.0 GHz... after i upgraded the BIOS to F5, the normal VCore was 1.37V for the default stoc & the Turbo Core, and you can run your CPU @ 3.5 with that VCore.
    And as i said, some managed to get 3.8 @ 1.42, 4.0 @ 1.74.
    I OC my 1055T to 4.1 GHz @ 1.5V...very stable.
  13. Thanx to all here to answer
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