1055T overclocking reference: settings, hardware, temps, etc

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Let's build a reference by comparing our results in overclocking this chip.

List this information in your post:

1. Clock speed

2. Have you confirmed stability? How?

3. What motherboard are you using? BIOS version?

4. What settings are you using?
a. bus speed
b. HT link speed
c. CPU/NB link speed
d. RAM speed
e. Vcore
f. Other voltage tweaks
g. Turbo on or off?

5. What cooling?

6. What are your idle and load temps like?




If I've forgotten anything else, let me know.
 
1. 3360MHz/3960MHz
2. Only ran Prime95 for 3hrs, then straight to gaming :p
3. MSI 790XT-G45. Bios 2.4B2 (beta)
4.
FSB 240 x14x/ Turbo 16.5x
FSB 240
HT 2400MHz
With CNQ 1.25-1.475v
Ram 2.1v, NB 1.175V
Turbo on
5. Hyper 212 (dual fans)
6. ??? Either 37C/50C or 25C/38C
 
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Rahnter, that looks a lot like what my chip's capable of. Does your mobo bios support none 16.5 mutiplyer for turbo-core? I was able to get a little bit higher unboosted speed by upping the HT and changing the mutiplyers. I couldn't get all 6 cores stable at 3.7ghz with stock hsf.

Mine:
Core Speed: 3558MHz / 3968MHz (14x/15.5x)
Batch Code: 1013CPCW
Stability: unconfirmed. Passes 30 min LinX, haven't done longer stability runs.
Mobo: Asus M4A77D (770/SB710) Bios 2004
Settings:
bus speed: 256MHz
HT link speed: 1024MHz
CPU/NB link speed: 2560MHz
RAM speed:852.5MHz DDR2
Vcore: 1.4375v in bios.
VDDNB: 1.2v
Turbo: Enabled
CnQ: Enabled
Cooling: stock
Temp (TMPIN0): idle 37C (1500rpm), load 54C (5000rpm)
 
1. Clock speed
3612

2. Have you confirmed stability? How?
Days of folding

3. What motherboard are you using? BIOS version?
MSI 785GTM-E45 BIOS 8.5

4. What settings are you using?
258 x 14 = 3612
HT: 1800mhz
CPU/NB: 1800mhz
RAM: DDR2 - 860mhz
Vcore: 1.35v
All other volts on auto
Turbo off

5. What cooling?
Cooled by Scythe Mini Ninja in Antec Fusion


6. What are your idle and load temps like?

Load temps show core temps around 52c
TMPIN0 says 60c
 
Rahnter, that looks a lot like what my chip's capable of. Does your mobo bios support none 16.5 mutiplyer for turbo-core? I was able to get a little bit higher unboosted speed by upping the HT and changing the mutiplyers. I couldn't get all 6 cores stable at 3.7ghz with stock hsf.


Yeah it supports 16.5 multi for turbo. Haven't tried ocing without turbo enabled yet, maybe this weekend. I'll probably be limited with the beta bios I'm using.
 
Finally got the 1055T replacement from TigerDirect yesterday morning and was able to put it all back together. Tried to get it over 4GHz with the default turbo voltage, but it kept failing so I tweaked it a bit and got the results below. This build is for a client, but I may keep this if the other 1055T I just bought is not as good.


Core Speed: 3920 MHz
Batch Code: 1013CPCW
Stability: Passes OCCT CPU and LinPack 1 hour testing, Prime95 stable for 10+ hours
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H Rev 1.0
Ram: Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHz 1.65V
Settings:
bus speed: 280MHz
CPU/NB link speed: 2520MHz
RAM speed:1492 (5.33x)
Vcore: 1.475v in bios.
VDDNB: 1.2v
Turbo: Disabled
CnQ: Disabled
Cooling: CM 212
Temp (Load): 48C in OCCT
 
can us 1090T guys get in on this thread ?
I don't see why anyone would mind...

* CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
* CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1010BPMW
* CPU Frequency: 4000 MHz
* CPU vCore: 1.475v
* CPU Multiplier: 20x
* CPU Turbo: Disabled
* CPU NB Speed: 2600 MHz
* HT Ref Speed: 200 MHz
* RAM Speed: DDR2 1066Mhz
* RAM Timings: 5-5-5-15-2T
* RAM Configuration: 4 x 2GB
* RAM vDIMM: 2.00v
* Motherboard: ASUS M4A79 Deluxe
* Chipset/Socket: 790FX + SB750, AM2
* Cooling: Prolimatech Megahalems w/ Scythe GentleTphoon 1850rpm Push/Pull
* Temps: 2C Idle / 44C Load (Don't believe the temps reported by the CPU, they should be about 5-7c higher)
* Operating System: Windows 7
* 32/64-Bit: 64
* Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable 72 Hours straight using x.264 to convert DVDs to .mkv for use in home media server.
 
* CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T BE
* CPU Stepping: Forgot to check before i installed
* CPU Frequency: 4013 MHz
* CPU vCore: 1.487v
* CPU Multiplier: 20x
* CPU Turbo: Disabled
* CPU NB Speed: 2600 MHz
* HT Ref Speed: 200 MHz
* RAM Speed: DDR3 1333Mhz
* RAM Timings: 9-9-9-cant remember the rest
* RAM Configuration: 2 x 2GB
* RAM vDIMM: 1.5 v
* Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair III
* Chipset/Socket: 790FX + SB750, AM3
* Cooling: Sunbeam Core Contact Freezer, with a bit of OCZ Freeze
* Temps: 28 C idle, 50 C load
* Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate
* 32/64-Bit: 64
* Stable/Suicide/Untested: Stable, for all tests no issue, ran Prime 95 for ~2 hours then crashed PC, more than stable for anything other than prime, need to make it prime stable now
 
Cause you cheated and used the "Money" option to increase your OC! :D


Will add my 1055t info shortly, still swappin pits around

i call it strategic advantage :p......naw, i am not planning on upgrading this rig, CPU/Mobo wise, for ~3 years hopefully , so why not get the best
 
1. Clock speed: 3905.8

2. Have you confirmed stability? 9 hours of Ycruncher

3. What motherboard are you using? GA-890-UD3H BIOS version: F7C beta

4. What settings are you using? Multi 14.5
a. bus speed: 275
b. HT link speed: 2232
c. CPU/NB link speed: 2232
d. RAM speed: DDR3 1488 (its stock 1600, but had to downclock due to divider)
e. Vcore: 1.456
f. Other voltage tweaks:
g. Turbo on or off? OFF

5. What cooling? Corsair H50

6. What are your idle and load temps like? Idle 28ish under PRIME95 load is 51ish. Under BFBC2 load is 44C
 
CPU Model:AMD Phenom II X6 1090T
1.Clock Speed:4.013ghz
2.Have you confirmed clock speed:2hr.OCCT Power Supply.OCCT.Linpack,90% Memmory use,Super Pi,AOD stability test 2hr.Virus scan,malwarebytes,encode DVD,play Metro2033 same time.
3.GA-MA785GM-US2H BIOS F11
4.Setting:
multiplier:20x
HT link speed:2000
CPU/NB link speed:2000mhz
RAM speed:[email protected]
Vcore:1.4v in AOD
VDDNB:1.15v I think
Turbo:On
CnQ:enabled
Cooling stock:Coolmaster N620
temp:Idle 18c,load 48c
 
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Okay so far I have the following:

Processor: 1055T
Motherboard: Gigabyte 870A-UD3 (F1 BIOS)
Speed: 3.5GHz
HT Ref Speed: 250

That is it, I have not tweaked voltages or any other numbers just upped the Ref speed in BIOS after I dfisabled Turbo Core.

This think is rock solid and in a Three Hundred case with stock AMD cooling it is only at 44C per core under load.

The stock cooling is noisey as hell but the system is running all fans at low on the case, has 2 tri-cool 120 in the front.
 
So I don't know if this is just my mobo (Gigabyte MA790GPT-UD3H), but it reads the stock voltage as 1.40v. So when I disabled Turbo Core, the core voltage is still 1.4v, which is MUCH higher than I think it should be.

Anyway, right now I'm at 270x13.5 = 3645 @ 1.325v. I was playing around with what booted and I could boot into 285x14=4004 @ 1.425v, but it would explode when I tried to start up Prime.

Oh, and my board has a very clear HT Link wall at ~2500mhz, which is a trend I'm seeing in other Gigabyte boards.
 
Does anyone know if DDR3 2000 would make a significant improvement over the DDR3 1600 if one would overclock the 1055T to about 4GHZ?
 
1. Clock speed? 1090T (3,600MHz)
2. Have you confirmed stability? Hour of Prime95+Heaven2.0+Steam d/l
3. What motherboard are you using? Gigabyte 890FX UD5 + F2
4. What settings are you using? Auto
a. bus speed? Default
b. HT link speed? Default
c. CPU/NB link speed? Default
d. RAM speed? 1,333MHz
e. Vcore? 1.475
f. Other voltage tweaks? 1.67v on Mem
g. Turbo on or off? On (i think)
5. What cooling? Corsair H50 v2
6. What are your idle and load temps like? 19c / 41c

[edit] i'm using Fusion to do the CPU o/c, how do you tell if the o/c has disabled turbo, or is that something you have to do manually in the BIOS? [/edit]
 
Does anyone know if DDR3 2000 would make a significant improvement over the DDR3 1600 if one would overclock the 1055T to about 4GHZ?

it probably wont, my 1090T @4.0 i cant tell the difference between 1333, and 1600....in synthetic benchies it will show a difference though
 
1. Clock speed? 1090T (3.9 GHz)
2. Have you confirmed stability? 1 hours of OCCT and 2 hours of Prime95
3. What motherboard are you using? Crosshair IV Formula 0801 Bios
4. What settings are you using? Auto
a. bus speed? Default
b. HT link speed? Default
c. CPU/NB link speed? 19x Multipler / Default
d. RAM speed? 1,600 MHz
e. Vcore? 1.39
f. Other voltage tweaks? 1.60v / 6-8-6-27 2T on Mem
g. Turbo on or off? Off
5. What cooling? AMD Stock Heatsink
6. What are your idle and load temps like? 29c / 59c

Note: I didn't do full stress test because I plan to do some more OC tomorrow with new heatsink - Tuniq 120 Extreme. So far, my 1090T is rock stable with this settings through out many application + gaming that I have done so far.

====================================

I got new heat sink, and it rocks my cpu. :)


1. Clock speed? 1090T (4.22 GHz)
2. Have you confirmed stability? 2 hours of OCCT and 2 hours of Prime95
3. What motherboard are you using? Crosshair IV Formula 0801 Bios
4. What settings are you using? Manual
a. bus speed? 313 Mhz
b. HT link speed? 2.5 Ghz
c. CPU/NB link speed? 13.5x Multipler / Default
d. RAM speed? 1,677 MHz
e. Vcore? 1.5
f. Other voltage tweaks? 1.62v / 6-8-6-27 2T on Mem / 1.125v NB
g. Turbo on or off? Off
5. What cooling? Tuniq 120 Extreme (Full Fan Speed)
6. What are your idle and load temps like? 22c / 50c

I couldn't do 4.3 Ghz+. I kept pushing up to 1.55 vcore, and still crashing within 30 minutes of OCCT. Max load temp was around 54C. I decided not to go past 1.55 vcore just yet. :D
 
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1. Clock speed - 1055T @ 3.808 MHz
2. Have you confirmed stability? How? - 2 Hours of OCCT
3. What motherboard are you using? BIOS version? - Biostar TA890FXE (BIOS Ver. 080015)
4. What settings are you using?
a. bus speed - 272.0 MHz
b. HT link speed - 2448.2 MHz
c. CPU/NB link speed - 2448.2 MHz
d. RAM speed - 1450 MHz
e. Vcore - 1.3875
f. Other voltage tweaks - Stock
g. Turbo on or off? - Off
5. What cooling?- Corsair H50 w/ Noctua S12s in push/pull
6. What are your idle and load temps like? - Idle 20C/ Load 38C
 
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What are you 1090T's doing in here? This is a thread for 1055T's who are stuck with a low multi. A database of info to see what they can do would be nice and what is limiting them. Don't clutter it up.
 
What are you 1090T's doing in here? This is a thread for 1055T's who are stuck with a low multi. A database of info to see what they can do would be nice and what is limiting them. Don't clutter it up.


because its good to compare the 1055T and the 1090T to see how well the overclock against each other.. also gives you idea of what to shoot for to see if you can match a 1090T..
 
1. Clock speed: 1055t @ 3645=270x13.5

2. Have you confirmed stability? How? Yes, Prime95 4 hours.

3. What motherboard are you using? BIOS version? Gigabyte MA790GPT-UD3H: Bios F4g

4. What settings are you using?
a. bus speed: 270
b. HT link speed: 2160
c. CPU/NB link speed: 2430
d. RAM speed: 720 (ddr3-1440) 6-7-6-20-1T
e. Vcore: 1.325
f. Other voltage tweaks: Nope
g. Turbo on or off?: Off

5. What cooling? Tuniq TX-2 + Sunbeam CCF/Gentle Typhoon 1850

6. What are your idle and load temps like? Idle: 36. Load: 60ish.
 
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What are you 1090T's doing in here? This is a thread for 1055T's who are stuck with a low multi. A database of info to see what they can do would be nice and what is limiting them. Don't clutter it up.

because people like you will bitch, and make a post that clutters the thread up even more than honest OC recults on a Thuban chip.....

anyhow, will edit this post later today with my better overclock(cleaned my filters and got a 5 C drop in chip temps ;) )
 
It's not a bad idea to us 1090T's here for comparsion since the 1055T's look like they are able to hang in there.Not that many of us here anyways.:D
 
I am going to build my overclocked 1055T machine very soon. DDR3 is the only component left to buy.

Fry's is selling Kingston Hyperx 2000 for $119/4GB. Should I buy that or should I opt for a little cheaper Corsair DDR3 1600?
 
DDR3 1600....no way in hell you will use 2000 speed ram to its potential, hell even 1333 ram would be great......the official spec for running ram speed on Phenom II is 1333(its the max listed speed from AMD), however, getting 1600 will give you overclocking headroom, get the 1600, dont waste money on 2000 speed
 
Posted over at Xtreme:

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CPU Model: AMD Phenom II X6 1055T
CPU Stepping: CCBBE CB 1015DPAW
CPU Frequency: 3800/4200 MHz
CPU vCore: 1.400V
CPU Multiplier: 14x / 15.5 Turbo
CPU Turbo: Enabled
CPU NB Speed: 2176 MHz
HT Ref Speed: 272 MHz
RAM Speed: DDR3-1450
RAM Timings: 9-9-9-24-2T
RAM Configuration: 8 GB (4 x 2 GB)
RAM vDIMM: 1.71V
Motherboard:MSI 890GXM-G65
Chipset/Socket: AM3, 890GX + SB850
Cooling: H50 w/ 25mm spacer and 38x120mm fan
Temps: 23C Idle / 47C Load
Operating System: Windows 7
32/64-Bit: 64
Stable/Suicide/Untested: Untested (see below)

5 Runs Linx may not be Extreme but it's stable as far as I'm concerned
 
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