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1055t Overclock Help please!!!

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December 17, 2011 10:07:18 PM

My Bios settings overclocked from 2.8 to 3.3 100% stable. Now when I tried overclocking to 3.7 I only changed 2 settings the CPU ratio to 12.5 and Bus frequency to 300 which gave me 3750MHZ I started up the computer, ran prime95 temperatures did not exceed 37c, but i got a blue screen of death. Does anybody know what im doing wrong?

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Cpu Ratio [14.0]
Amd Turbo core technology [disabled]
Cpu Bus Frequency [240]
PCIE Frequency [100]
Dram Frequency 1600MHZ

Cpu/NB frequency Auto
HT Link Speed Auto


Cpu & NB Voltage Mode [Offset]
Cpu Offset voltage 1.368 [auto]
Cpu/NB offset Voltage 1.150 [auto]
Dram Voltage [1.50000]
HT voltage [Auto]
NB voltage [Auto]
Cpu Spread Spectrum [auto]
PCIE spread spectrum [auto]


My motherboard is Asus M4A87TD EVO and im running 8 gigs ddr3 Gskill 1600

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December 17, 2011 10:27:59 PM

go to xbitlabs. click on the cpu tab and look. they did a write up over clocking on the 1055.
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December 17, 2011 10:31:59 PM

I just need to know if i have to raise the voltages on anything if so raise it to what?
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December 17, 2011 11:00:33 PM

You Dont Need A Guide, If Its Unlocked Stick With Simply Raising The Multiplier, Go To A MAXIMUM Voltage Of 1.55v And Stop At Different Overclocks Untill You Find The Max Stable, Thats The Same Method I Used To Get My Core Unlocked Black Edition Up To 3.9GHz From A Stock 2.8GHz I Cant Promise The Same Results That I Acheived But I Am 100% Stable
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December 18, 2011 12:07:43 PM

PCIE spread spectrum disabled , Cool n Quite Disabled CiE disabled , smart turbo core Disabled

FSB to 281 multiplier X14
Cpu/NB offset Voltage 1.150 [auto] to manual 1.18 - 1.2v (max)
Keep NB at 2000 - 2200
CPU voltage at 1.45 - 1.52 (for 6 core) depent wich you can get stable
Drop your ratio Ram to 3:8 and add voltage to 1.62V
KEEP YOUR EYES AT TEMPERATURE ! max temperature when do stress test 55-60C

you will get 4.01 GHZ check in CPU-Z ... test use Intelnburn tes X20time use High memory if get stable test again use Prime95 4hours ...

goodluck

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December 19, 2011 3:41:13 AM

Thumps up Heny !!!!
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December 19, 2011 3:55:40 AM

What I did is set my multiplier to 12.5 and fsb to 300 which gave me 3750MHZ, which let me choice 1600 in dram frequency so I Diden't have to overclock/underlock ram and i took my cpu voltage and raised it to 1.40 and cpu/nb to 1.25. It seems stable I got a blue screen on 1.39 cpu Voltage so i raised it to 1.40 no bluescreens yet less voltage the better right :> oh and btw there is no ratio for my ram in bios i dont see any option like that.
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December 19, 2011 4:09:45 AM

Good deal great to see you got it flying along
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December 19, 2011 7:44:20 AM

I set my HT link speed to 2100, it was set to auto [default] than i set my NB frequency to 2700 from 2100 [default] I Dont really see an increase in speed Am i doing something wrong?
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December 19, 2011 10:36:27 AM

Go To A MAXIMUM Voltage Of 1.55v And Stop At Different Overclocks Untill You Find The Max Stable .
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December 19, 2011 12:38:58 PM

Disregard..The above statement unless you want to fry your chip...

@lafings-->before you give advice pull your head out of your ass before you start typing....That is some of the worst advice I have ever seen
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December 25, 2011 9:43:02 AM

lafings said:
Go To A MAXIMUM Voltage Of 1.55v And Stop At Different Overclocks Untill You Find The Max Stable .http://www.uklv.info/g.php


Yeah that was pretty poor advice. I suggest not giving advice on overclocking unless you are experienced in it.
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