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    Quote Originally Posted by charged3800z24 View Post
    Partical, I really think we need a SS as a must to be added. I can make up numbers right now and don't even own a chip.
    Do you think people would really make up numbers around here? If it's going to be a problem then sure, that makes sense.
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    Posting up my latest, low voltage, mid-range OC:

    * CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
    * CPU Stepping: 1010BPMW
    * CPU Frequency: 3600MHz
    * CPU vCore: 1.296v
    * CPU Multiplier: 12x
    * CPU Turbo: Disabled
    * CPU NB Speed: 2700MHz
    * HT Ref Speed: 300MHz
    * RAM Speed: DDR3-1600
    * RAM Timings: 7-7-7-19-11-1T
    * RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    * RAM vDIMM: 1.75V
    * Motherboard: Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P
    * Chipset/Socket: 790X + SB750, AM3
    * Cooling: Air (Scythe Mugen 2 + Scythe Gentle Typhoons Push/Pull)
    * Temps: 20c idle / 37c load
    * Operating System: Windows 7 64-bit
    * Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable




    Still trying to find other nice OCs while using lower vcore. My other good one I found is 3.95GHz / 2.84GHz NB DDR3 1684 1.376v.
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    * CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
    * CPU Stepping:
    * CPU Frequency: 4410 MHz
    * CPU vCore: 1.575V in bios
    * CPU Multiplier: 14x
    * CPU NB Speed: 3150 MHz
    * HT Link Speed: 315 MHz
    * RAM Speed: DDR3-1680
    * RAM Timings: 7-7-7-20-2T
    * RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    * RAM vDIMM: 1.635V
    * Motherboard: Gigabyte 890 GPA-UDH3
    * Chipset/Socket: 890 AM3
    * Cooling: Vapochill LIghtspeed 250watt version
    * Temps: -40C Idle / -4C Load
    * Operating System: Windows 7
    * 32/64-Bit: 64
    * Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable

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    Latest update, Only diff is NB is at 3150mhz 1.375v and this is a pic of 1hr 30mins linx 1024mb
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    **UPDATE**

    • CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
    • CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1014GPBW
    • CPU Frequency: 4008 MHz
    • CPU vCore: 1.464V
    • CPU Multiplier: 12x
    • CPU Turbo: Disabled
    • CPU NB Speed: 3006 MHz
    • HT Ref Speed: 334 MHz
    • RAM Speed: DDR3-1780
    • RAM Timings: 8-9-8-27-1T
    • RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    • RAM vDIMM: 1.65V
    • Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
    • Chipset/Socket: 890FX + SB850, AM3
    • Cooling: Water (Heatkiller 3.0)
    • Temps: 30C Idle / 46C Load
    • Operating System: Windows 7
    • 32/64-Bit: 64
    • Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable (~7hrs prime)


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    Hello folks!!

    My start (I think isn't bad at all, is it? )

    • CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
    • CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1011APMW
    • CPU Frequency: 3800 MHz
    • CPU vCore: 1.300v (BIOS) -- ~1.34v (LinX full load)
    • CPU Multiplier: 19x
    • CPU Turbo: Disabled
    • CPU NB Speed: 3000 MHz (1.25v)
    • HT Ref Speed: 200 MHz
    • RAM Speed: DDR3-1600
    • RAM Timings: 9-9-9-24-2T
    • RAM Configuration: 4 x 2GB
    • RAM vDIMM: 1.55V
    • Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair IV Formula
    • Chipset/Socket: 890FX + SB850, AM3
    • Cooling: Air (Thermalright Ultra-120); 315W Power Consumption LinX Full Load
    • Temps: I'm sure it's not accurate: Everest 21C Idle - 51C Load
    • Operating System: Windows 7
    • 32/64-Bit: 64
    • Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable (LinX: 20 run; Problem size 21000; Memory 3382MB)


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    I know it will go higher need help.

    CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
    CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1011BPMW
    CPU Frequency: 3500 MHz
    CPU vCore: 1.44V
    CPU Multiplier: 14x
    CPU Turbo: Disabled
    CPU NB Speed: 2000 MHz
    HT Ref Speed: 250
    RAM Speed: DDR3-1333
    RAM Timings: 9-9-9-24-1T
    RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    RAM vDIMM: 1.5v
    Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70
    Chipset/Socket: 790FX + SB750, AM3
    Cooling: TRUE 120 Push Pull
    Temps:22C idle 42C load
    Operating System: Windows 7 Professional
    32/64-Bit: 64
    Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable (its been folding@home all night)
    My rig the Kill-Jacker

    CPU: AMD Phenom II 1055T 3.82GHz
    Mobo: ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme
    Game GPU: EVGA GTX580
    Secondary GPU 2: EVGA GTX470
    Memory: Mushkin DDR3 1600 Ridgeback 8GB
    PSU: Silverstone SST-ST1000-P
    HDD: WD 250GB Blue 7200RPM
    HDD2: WD 1TB Blue 7200RPM
    CPU Cooler: TRUE120 Rev. B Pull
    Case: Antec 1200


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    Your vcore seems really high for only 3.5GHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Particle View Post
    Do you think people would really make up numbers around here? If it's going to be a problem then sure, that makes sense.
    I'd hope not, but for on lookers from web searchers wanting to find proof of concept. Then The PICs help validate it. thanks for making the thread though, I hope to join in soon.
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    Rich the stock was at 1.375v
    My rig the Kill-Jacker

    CPU: AMD Phenom II 1055T 3.82GHz
    Mobo: ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme
    Game GPU: EVGA GTX580
    Secondary GPU 2: EVGA GTX470
    Memory: Mushkin DDR3 1600 Ridgeback 8GB
    PSU: Silverstone SST-ST1000-P
    HDD: WD 250GB Blue 7200RPM
    HDD2: WD 1TB Blue 7200RPM
    CPU Cooler: TRUE120 Rev. B Pull
    Case: Antec 1200


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    Quote Originally Posted by =SOC= Admiral View Post
    Rich the stock was at 1.375v
    Well that's what MSI puts I guess. Gigabyte says the default vcore for my 1055T is 1.35v. Don't go by what the mobo says, since default vcore for 1090T is 1.28v I believe.

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    Will not post at anything higher. Need help for what I might tweek.

    I have voltage headroom. temps are 40C on folding load.
    My rig the Kill-Jacker

    CPU: AMD Phenom II 1055T 3.82GHz
    Mobo: ASUS Crosshair IV Extreme
    Game GPU: EVGA GTX580
    Secondary GPU 2: EVGA GTX470
    Memory: Mushkin DDR3 1600 Ridgeback 8GB
    PSU: Silverstone SST-ST1000-P
    HDD: WD 250GB Blue 7200RPM
    HDD2: WD 1TB Blue 7200RPM
    CPU Cooler: TRUE120 Rev. B Pull
    Case: Antec 1200


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    If it's not posting, then you need to use different combination of cpu-multi + HTT + memory divider.

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    Hello guys!
    After few hours with my 1090T I'm happy to report first clocks:


    * CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
    * CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1012APMW
    * CPU Frequency: 4240 MHz
    * CPU vCore: 1.45V
    * CPU Multiplier: 21x
    * CPU Turbo: Disabled
    * CPU NB Speed: 2410 MHz
    * HT Ref Speed: 202 MHz
    * RAM Speed: DDR3-1340
    * RAM Timings: 7-7-7-19-30 1T
    * RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    * RAM vDIMM: 1.55V
    * Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair IV
    * Chipset/Socket: 890FX + SB850, AM3
    * Cooling: TT 120 Ultra + 120mm low RPM FAN
    * Temps: 34C Idle / 50C Load (Asus PC Probe II)
    * Operating System: Windows 7
    * 32/64-Bit: 64
    * Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable (OCCTP Linx x64 20minutes)

    I've forgot to take screen of OCCTP, but apart from that I was doing Cinebench 2003 x64 full test, Cinebench R10 x64 full test and Cinebench R11.5.
    Over 1hour at that setting before I've moved to 4.32GHz



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    Also for those interested:
    3.8GHz - 1.29Vcore stable
    3.9GHz - 1.32Vcore stable
    4.0GHz - 1.38Vcore stable
    4.1GHz - 1.42Vcore stable
    all this was tested with very conservative NB at 2.4GHz and MEM at 1333MHz

    I'm loving this processor!

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    PS. Efficiency is low because I had lots of monitoring software open on 2nd screen + 2h of benching without restarting Windows and few crashes along the path while fine tuning voltages.

    Example:


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    nice results lightman!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydiamond View Post
    nice results lightman!
    Thanks!

    Now I'm dialling in NB clocks. Either 3GHz @1.25V is unstable or my HTT doesn't like to be @2.6GHz. But so far I'm getting feeling it's HTT because mostly crashes on 3D stuff.

    At the moment I'm stable with NB2.8GHz @1.2V


    Not STABLE, but benchable:


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    4.42GHz on AIR all 6 cores
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    Lightman: Glad you got your new gear! Looks like it's running really nice for ya..

    You can go a little higher on your IMC volts if you need too, as long as load temps stay around 53c (at least that was the temp stability zone on 965's).

    Anything up to 1.3 should be fine for 24/7 clocks, and some folks push all the way up to 1.5.
    I ussually just take small steps up in V's until I see deminishing returns...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daveburt714 View Post
    Lightman: Glad you got your new gear! Looks like it's running really nice for ya..

    You can go a little higher on your IMC volts if you need too, as long as load temps stay around 53c (at least that was the temp stability zone on 965's).

    Anything up to 1.3 should be fine for 24/7 clocks, and some folks push all the way up to 1.5.
    I ussually just take small steps up in V's until I see deminishing returns...
    I have similar approach
    Slowly but steadily I will go up, then I will shoot really high to eventually settle for best performance/acceptable power ratio.
    So far I'm really happy at 3.8GHz 1.3V with 4.2GHz 1.45V turbo. Sweet setting and very stable!

    Later on I will need to enable C'n'Q, but for that I need stock multi which means a bit of HTT clocking. I think it will be even funnier
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    on my GPA890UD3H, I cant disable Cool N Quiet. I can set it to disabled, but when i boot into windows my multiplier still drops down to 4x i dont get it.

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    Loving my 1090T aswell, will add more info and perhaps a pic or 2 later on,

    so far i've managed 5050mhz +- on 1.6V , using a singlestage around -30 , NB can go up to 3.6ghz , not sure if ill get that in combo with 5ghz, but im not done testing yet.
    Awesome cpu!

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    this is with superpi 1M
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    Quote Originally Posted by thijs View Post
    Loving my 1090T aswell, will add more info and perhaps a pic or 2 later on,

    so far i've managed 5050mhz +- on 1.6V , using a singlestage around -30 , NB can go up to 3.6ghz , not sure if ill get that in combo with 5ghz, but im not done testing yet.
    Awesome cpu!

    //edit

    this is with superpi 1M
    As long as you think your SS can handle it, 1.65v isn't going to hurt it too much at -30c.
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    tried, but didnt really get alot higher. 1.65V it goes to round 10 with 5150mhz.

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    You guys are having too much fun. I can't wait until I can join in. Great overclocks everybody!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mechromancer View Post
    You guys are having too much fun. I can't wait until I can join in. Great overclocks everybody!
    Hey!
    I can't wait till you join in! It's great fun for sure!
    Today's day went so quickly that I didn't even noticed it's already dark outside! (I was benching from 10AM ). Oh, forgot to eat my lunch
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    is 1.42 on CPUNB too much?

    I think my 1055t needs 1.55v to be stable in prime @4ghz.

    altho i can play bfbc2 at 1.5v no problem. so could it be something else causing the problem?

    * CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055t
    * CPU Stepping:
    * CPU Frequency: 4004
    * CPU vCore: 1.55
    * CPU Multiplier: 14x
    * CPU Turbo: Disabled
    * CPU NB Speed: 2574 ish MHz
    * HT Ref Speed: 286 MHz
    * RAM Speed: DDR3-1524
    * RAM Timings: 8 8 8 20 27 1T
    * RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
    * RAM vDIMM: 1.65
    * Motherboard: 890GPA-UD3H
    * Chipset/Socket: 890FX + SB850, AM3
    * Cooling: xigmatek 1283 with loud fan lol
    * Temps: Load 51-53 C
    * Operating System: Windows 7
    * 32/64-Bit: 64
    * Stable/Suicide/Untested: Testing in progress

    So when my CPUNBis set to
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