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kr7777 August 23, 2012 04:13 AM

Over clocking phenomx6 1100t BE....
 
My pc spec:

cpu:phenom x6 1100t BE.
gpu:Palit gt 220 1gb ddr3.
psu: cooler master extreme power plus 650 watt(RS-650-PCAR-E3).
ram:zion 1333 mhz 8 gb.
mb:jetway hummer HA12-LF.
sound card:creative sound blaster 5.1 vx.
hdd:samsung 500gb (model HD503HI ).
cpu cooler : cooler master hyper 212 evo with 2 fans in push pull config.

my current temps
cpu ideal : 27 degrees C. mb ideal: 40 degrees C.
cpu average : 33 degrees C. mb average : 44 degrees C.
cpu 100% : 55 degrees C. mb 100% :64 degrees C.

i want to overclock to 3.6 all the 6 cores.

BlueByte August 23, 2012 05:48 AM

Is that pre overclock? those load temps are high even if it is OCed to 3.6. Something is not right.

- Is there a dust bunny trapped in the heat sink wishing for it all to end?
- Thermal compound applied right?

I have not used that cooler specifically but almost any after market cooler should get you at least 3.8Ghz on that chip and stay around 50C under load.

sswilson August 23, 2012 05:53 AM

Do you know your way around the bios at all? Since it's an ulocked processor, and you're not really shooting for a high OC you should be able to just bump the CPU multiplier up a notch without having to do anything with the voltage and/or memory settings. Anything other than a straight cpu mulitiplier bump and you're going to have to start watching your memory as it probably doesn't have a lot of headroom.

And yeah... your temps seem high unless you happen to be in an area with extremely high ambient temps and no ac.

kr7777 August 23, 2012 08:08 AM

sorry guys about my wrong informations on cpu & mb temps the temps on 100% load on 3.3ghz are

cpu:46 degrees C.
mb:54 degrees C.

done amd stability test for 30 min.

Shadowmeph August 23, 2012 09:53 AM

that should be a very easy OC to do , I could never get mine past 3.8 and running smooth. but 3.6 is like one bump.

kr7777 August 23, 2012 02:16 PM

does overclocking reduces the life of the cpu.

BigPhatPaulie August 23, 2012 02:38 PM

Honestly 3.6 is what that cpu will probably run at if all the cores arent stressed (mine did till i locked it a 3.3). You wont notice the small increase in speed from 3.3 to 3.6... So no the OC you want wont hurt it at all

kr7777 August 23, 2012 02:53 PM

so what are the steps to overclock.

Master_Shake_ August 23, 2012 04:35 PM

all i did for this computer was set the multi to 20 and put the voltage to 1.4

pretty good i'd say heatsink is a coolit eco ALC
http://images.ncix.com/forumimages/1...5A157DA07B.jpg

Bond007 August 23, 2012 04:53 PM

go into the bios and increase the multiplier. its 200 x multiplier = cpu frequency. 3.6 ghz should be a no hassle overclock, so you should be able to go in the bios and change the multiplier to 18.


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