The NB and HTT link don't need to be the same frequency. another point is that your mobo comes with a massive ''DO NOT OVERCLOCK' warning. If you have an option for Load Line Calibration set it to high also. I don't know it and I tried every method I could find on the internet to reset the BIOS but it still asks me for the password. 2D Graphics Adobe http://myscribr.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-idle-with-rc.html
Overclock instability due to memory timings? Futures View Public Profile Find More Posts by Futures 1st May 2013, 08:51 #26 GoogalyMoogaly Soldato Joined: Aug 2010 Location: Cornwall Posts: 5,893 Quote: Originally Posted by Futures Can Stock cooler ? So far, the box won't POST at FSB above 292 Flailbox 2.5 (17 items) BFG GTX260 Maxcore 55; guts inside out (14 photos) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi7-4790KGigabyte Z97X-UD3H-BKevga GTX 970 http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/273028-bsod-when-overclocking-1055t-cpu-3-5ghz.html
Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by siluro818, Nov 23, 2013. medseven View Public Profile Find More Posts by medseven 29th Apr 2013, 13:33 #12 Futures Gangster Joined: Jul 2008 Posts: 144 1055t has locked multiplier at 14? Running Prime95 my VCore goes up to 1.224V according to CPU-z (@ 3.5GHz). The PSU is a high end one, I know because I paid through the nose for it.
Also, I notice your Command Rate (CR) in the "Memory" tab of CPU-z is set to 1T. Questions: - Can I increase the ram MHZ above the stock 1333mhz while keeping the HTlink where it is? (without adjusting memory timings, I don't understand how they work) - Can I really don't think the company that set my PC up installed my CPU Fan properly, maybe they didn't apply the thermal paste correctly? Paired with a Ati HD 4670.
In any case, the settings I ended up with were as follows:CPU/HT Reference Clock (Mhz): 250 PCIE OverClocking: Manual (100) Processor Frequency Multiplier: x 14.0 CPB Control: Disabled CPU/NB Frequency: 8.00x I was using the onboard video and had nothing else but a keyboard/mouse plugged in.At idle (Windows 7), the system was using 84 watts at idle (measured from the power outlet), If stable Ok it'mean your ram ran at 1220 .. But yes CPU intensive games will benefit from nb over clock.
Then you could try testing again and keep over clocking the graphics, untill either you see any gains from it, or if you can keep going and the graphics card gives Bah, I still get BSOD anywhere above 3.5GHz. because i have 1055T don't too much give Voltage CPU , maximum temperature when stress test 60C mandeep148Aug 30, 2011, 1:34 AM henydiah said: cool , keep it ! Background info: I have read through many forums and tried many different solutions none of which seem to work....
Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware CPUs AMD CPUs [SOLVED] AMD 1055T Overclocking (Crashing BSOD) Posting Permissions You may http://newwikipost.org/topic/RGwdCdNtrrIdVM0YE2bnkO97rY2NnE0r/AMD-Phenom-II-X6-1090T-and-1055T-Benchmarks.html This one's so nice it feels like the old (awesome) ASUS is back in town again. I no how to do the bios by manual n stuff but when it comes to the multiplyer or bla bla bla I get confused haha can anyone help me overclock Possibly I am limiting the NBRIDGE frequency to 2000 and that is causing instability with the RAM?
I popped the new one in and it idles at 29 and loads out at 50. check over here I would then look into getting as much out of the voltage setting as possible. I was going to try OCing the graphics card. Should I adjust these myself to read the correct timings?
With that out of the way… the M4A785-M isn't the newest of boards, and pairing it with one of the best AMD processors might seem a little puzzling. www.naaptol.com/features/26303-Simmtronics-Ram-DDR2-2GB-RAM-667Mhz.htmlYour ram is GOOD but NOT STRONG , it's dangerous OC FSB use Ram value. I m using stock coolerSimtronics is a good ramnot bad. his comment is here Keefus After reading your review, I bought this board with a 1090T and I am having serious thermal issues with the processor at load.It gets to throttling level within 1 minute
One of the combinations I tried yesterday was 250MHz FSB with a multiplier of 12. Also, you left out one very important pic. It runs stable as a Swiss watch.
using Thermaltake Contac 29 BP, i was able to maintain temp to only 54 C max with tuniq tx2 compound. Anyways I believe i'll be able to mark this OC as complete as soon as i can run those Prime95 tests. Then go into Windows Control Panel Power Options and configure it to High Performance. Also keep in mind that as you increase the FSB, you'll want to drop the HTT speed.
This is the reason that BSOD and failing memtest are occurring as the defaults are not being read and set correctly by the bios in some instances. How to reset BIOS forgotton password I have Fujitsu Siemens E8020 for like 4-5 years. However, turbo is off (which by default gives 3.3Ghz on single-threaded tasks), so this isn't a huge improvement for single-threaded stuff. http://myscribr.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-i-close-the-game.html At the same time, a really strong adhesive might be impossible to remove if I ever needed to remove the heatsinks (say when installing a larger CPU cooler).I don't recall offhand
Near with 1333 What is your kingstone ram ? In fact the only OC I am able to do is just put the FSB to 215 and run it at 3Ghz with everything else getting the same 7.5% increase. The onboard griphics is also impressive, (Radeon 4200HD) and can have up to 1 GB vram. While peripherals are usually the last thing to purchase, they can be very important to your game.
Futures View Public Profile Find More Posts by Futures 29th Apr 2013, 15:41 #13 Martini1991 Capodecina Joined: Sep 2009 Location: Dormanstown. You should probably try to push the overclock, it will probably give you the speed increase that would keep you happy long enough untill an upgrade to be really worth while! Password Register FAQ Calendar Go to Page... You may have to hard set them in the bios to get them at the correct settings.
Reply With Quote 03-22-12,10:19 PM #3 BugFreak View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Apr 2010 Welcome to the forums. My goal is to get my AMD 1055T (2.8ghz STOCK) to run at 3.3ghz, sounds simple enough right as the turbocore can already do this. will this not cause my mobo or any part of my system to get bad soon??? EDIT: The slightly concerning thing is the Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H that it came with needed 1.475V to hit 3.8GHz.
It worked very well.MOSFETs - I turned off the setting for the silent fan in the BIOS so that it ran at full-speed all the time for maximum airflow in the