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Trying to OC 1055t on stock vcore

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July 23, 2010 9:56:29 PM

hey guys, im trying to OC my 1055T and im having some problems
im not really confident in what im doing. hopefully you guys can help me out.

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a c 117 à CPUs
July 23, 2010 10:13:48 PM

Please identify your motherboard (and BIOS vers), RAMs, etc., and an explanation of the steps you have undertaken thus far (plus a list of the monitoring/testing software you may be using.

With a little more infor, folks will be happy to help you.

July 23, 2010 10:19:20 PM

yeah sorry about
mobo GA-790x-UD4P latest update 4/20/2010
CPU AMD 1055t
RAM Corsair XMS2 4gb 1066

so far i changed this much but iono what else to change in bios, and its not letting me boot

CPU Clock Ratio = x8 (3200mhz)
CPU NB Freq. = x 5 (2000mhz)
CPU Freq = 400
HT Link Freq = x 5 (2000mhz)
Memory Clock = x2.66
DDR2 Voltage @ 2.1
NB Volt Control = normal
SB Volt Control = normal
CPU NB VID Control = normal
CPU Voltage Control = normal (1.3750)

what do you think should be fixed?
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a c 117 à CPUs
July 23, 2010 11:25:09 PM

I think the first thing you need to do is read an OC guide :) 

Check out your motherboard manual and reset the BIOS.

That GB mobo is a champ but I doubt the clock will go 400MHz (unless you have some very, very exotic cooling) ---- the standard is 200MHz.

1) Drop the memory from 5.33 to 4.00;
2) Increase the CPU freq from 200MHz to 220MHz; and
3) Monitor your temps while stressing the cores at 100%.

If you are comfortable with your temps after 30 or so minutes of testing, increase the CPU freq from 220MHz to 240MHz ---- Test and monitor

At 240MHz x 14 (the standard stock CPU multi) your CPU will be running at 3.36GHz and should 'turbo' at 240MHz x 17 (IIRC) or 4.08GHz.

I would think that would max out the stock cooling.
July 24, 2010 12:18:06 AM

for my cooling i actually have a hyper 212+ push/pull