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Phenom II X6 1055T Overclock

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by satanicguardian, Jan 23, 2011.

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  1. satanicguardian

    satanicguardian Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, Been messing with my Phenom 1055t, have got it stable (kinda) around 3.81ghz, when i push it to 4004mhz it lasts about 10 seconds on 100% load torture test, also i notice in crysis warhead the graphics go all patchy when theres a crash incoming - how can i stabilize 4ghz? more voltage? im at 1.4875V atm with 14.00 multi and 286mhz fsb - spread spectrum for cpu on auto and Dram about 1525mhz

    TIA Jamie
     
  2. crjdriver

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    Have you lowered the ram speed/divider to remove the ram from the overclocking equation?

    Next have you set the pci lock?

    I would stop wasting time trying to get 4.0 when you are having problems at 3.81. Remember if it is not prime95 stable, it is a worthless overclock. You first need to find out where you start to get errors in prime95 before you attempt anything like 4gig.

    FWIW I have my 965 overclocked to 4gig on stock voltage with C&Q enabled. It does take a while upping fsb by 1~2mzh and running stability tests.
     
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