Right, I have this problem with overclocking my 1055T and I was wondering if you guys could help me out.
Motherboard: ASUS M4A87TD/USB3
CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T (currently at 3.3GHz maximum) - stock cooling
Memory: 4GB of DDR3 Kingston HyperX RAM
Now, the problem I have is this:
I can overclock my processor by increasing the FSB (which also obviously increases my Memory clock) but when I save the settings, my PC fans just speed up then slow down like it is constantly restarting itself. (I also notice a red LED on the board turns on).
Now, I should tell you that my memory runs at 1333MHz stock, and after increasing my FSB, It went up to around 1480MHz so I decreased it down a notch to 1200MHz or something like that (well within the range this memory is capable of), restarted and it the overclock failed. Then I took it down another notch to 900MHz and it seems to boot up (although I cant overclock past 3.3GHz).
One last thing to note is that I can go up to 3.5GHz (this time only decreasing the memory one notch back down to 1333 from the increase to 1600) and that works for 2 hours or so until I get a BSOD, and yes I have tried voltage increases which didn't seem to work, although I don't know if I increased it enough.
I really need help on this one as I want to go to at least 3.7 stable and I also know that doing this on air cooling is more than possible.