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Overclocking Problems with 1055t

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April 2, 2012 2:46:54 PM

Hey people.
So i tried to overclock today but had some problems, What i did was:
Raised the FSB clock to 220 wich took me around 3.2 GHz
disabled Cool and quiet and that stuff.
Tried to keep Frequencys as stock as possible
But when i booted my PC stoped in a screen and told that i had problems booting and i could either head back to bios or just reset or continue, When i continued my PC reverted back to Stock settings.
This are my specs:
Proccesor: AMD X6 II 1055t
Motherboard: GA-880GM-USB3 (Gigabyte)
FAN: Ice Blade GS Deep cool
I followed this Tutorial:
If you could help me i woud really appreaciate it
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a b K Overclocking
April 3, 2012 2:26:43 AM

What are the "stock as possible" frequencies (where did they end up), and what voltage are you running on the cpu?
April 3, 2012 9:01:02 PM

My voltage is 1.4750 and my stock frequency for RAM was 1333, For Northbridge and HT it was 2000. Im also experiencing sometimes freezing for a pair of seconds
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April 3, 2012 11:56:44 PM

I would try 3.0 Ghz and see if it's stable.

Also, if your stock ram speed is 1333, what was it after the OC?

April 4, 2012 12:06:44 AM

I have reached 3.038 and i had some problems
First: If i raised the FSB more that 3 units my system wouldnt boot so i have to enter BIOS and raise One by one.
Second: Im getting these weird freezes sometimes while playing and browsing.
My RAM reached 1446 after i overclocked, I think it has something to do with the board that it isnt letting me overclock
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April 4, 2012 1:23:58 AM

Try lowering the multiplier on your ram so that it's running slower than stock. (Just to eliminate it as a possible problem)
April 4, 2012 10:16:26 PM

Did that, Even though i reverted yesterday to stock settings sometmes my computer is left there and it will blue screen
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April 4, 2012 10:29:14 PM

If it's messing up at stock settings, it sounds like something is defective.

Try memtest on your ram.(since that's a simple test)

After that, part-swapping and testing may be in order.