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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
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    Asus M5A99Xevo
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post #3771 of 10159
Im a little confused. Evey time i try to change nb frequency to 2400 and exit the bios, the mobo turns itself off and restarts but the ht frequency still shows as 2000 in cpuz. This is with a 965 be

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post #3772 of 10159
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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Im a little confused. Evey time i try to change nb frequency to 2400 and exit the bios, the mobo turns itself off and restarts but the ht frequency still shows as 2000 in cpuz. This is with a 965 be
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Try hitting ENTER before you exit.
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post #3773 of 10159
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Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Im a little confused. Evey time i try to change nb frequency to 2400 and exit the bios, the mobo turns itself off and restarts but the ht frequency still shows as 2000 in cpuz. This is with a 965 be
Sent from my MB886

Try hitting ENTER before you exit.

Should the mobo reboot itself though? Its almost like it doesnt like the setting, even though when i go back into the bios it shows 2400.

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post #3774 of 10159
That's odd. I owned a Ph.II 965 over a year ago, though that was on a different mobo (M5A99X EVO), I recall it could run on 2400MHz nb.

So you enter the value, save and exit bios and the computer shuts down and reboots itself (which is normal). But then what? Do you get an error message like "overclocking failed. press F1 to enter bios."? Or does it boot up and then crash?

You cold always try upping the NB or NB/CPU voltage a bit for stability.
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post #3775 of 10159
Hi y'all, I've got a question.

Have any of you noticed CnQ doesn't seem to function properly when doing an multiplier/bus mix overclock?

I've noticed this on my Sabertooth / FX 4170 combo.

When overclocking with just the multiplier to 4.8GHz everything's fine and CnQ does it's job properly, but the moment I put th emultiplier on 20, bus on 240, CnQ doesn't. Only LLC seems to do anything (Vcore ranging from 1.428 to 1.440).

Could this be a board issue, or cpu?
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post #3776 of 10159
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Originally Posted by Raephen View Post

Hi y'all, I've got a question.
Have any of you noticed CnQ doesn't seem to function properly when doing an multiplier/bus mix overclock?
I've noticed this on my Sabertooth / FX 4170 combo.
When overclocking with just the multiplier to 4.8GHz everything's fine and CnQ does it's job properly, but the moment I put th emultiplier on 20, bus on 240, CnQ doesn't. Only LLC seems to do anything (Vcore ranging from 1.428 to 1.440).
Could this be a board issue, or cpu?

I has this issue as well with my 1100t. I haven't pinpointed exactly which setting in the Digi+ control area of the BIOS effects it, but having most of the settings on Auto and a max LLC of High for the CPU seem to allow CnQ to work properly.

Quote:
Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Im a little confused. Evey time i try to change nb frequency to 2400 and exit the bios, the mobo turns itself off and restarts but the ht frequency still shows as 2000 in cpuz. This is with a 965 be
Sent from my MB886

The HT bus and CPU-NB are not the same thing. Go to your memory tab, thats where CPU-z displays the CPU-NB frequency.
post #3777 of 10159
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Originally Posted by Raephen View Post

That's odd. I owned a Ph.II 965 over a year ago, though that was on a different mobo (M5A99X EVO), I recall it could run on 2400MHz nb.

So you enter the value, save and exit bios and the computer shuts down and reboots itself (which is normal). But then what? Do you get an error message like "overclocking failed. press F1 to enter bios."? Or does it boot up and then crash?

You cold always try upping the NB or NB/CPU voltage a bit for stability.

No errors just reboots into is. Cpu z shows ht at 2000

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post #3778 of 10159
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Raephen View Post

Hi y'all, I've got a question.
Have any of you noticed CnQ doesn't seem to function properly when doing an multiplier/bus mix overclock?
I've noticed this on my Sabertooth / FX 4170 combo.
When overclocking with just the multiplier to 4.8GHz everything's fine and CnQ does it's job properly, but the moment I put th emultiplier on 20, bus on 240, CnQ doesn't. Only LLC seems to do anything (Vcore ranging from 1.428 to 1.440).
Could this be a board issue, or cpu?

I has this issue as well with my 1100t. I haven't pinpointed exactly which setting in the Digi+ control area of the BIOS effects it, but having most of the settings on Auto and a max LLC of High for the CPU seem to allow CnQ to work properly.

Quote:
Originally Posted by davwman View Post

Im a little confused. Evey time i try to change nb frequency to 2400 and exit the bios, the mobo turns itself off and restarts but the ht frequency still shows as 2000 in cpuz. This is with a 965 be
Sent from my MB886

The HT bus and CPU-NB are not the same thing. Go to your memory tab, thats where CPU-z displays the CPU-NB frequency.

Ahhh! Ok now I see it. Thanks:banghead:

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post #3779 of 10159
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Originally Posted by MrThatGuy View Post

I has this issue as well with my 1100t. I haven't pinpointed exactly which setting in the Digi+ control area of the BIOS effects it, but having most of the settings on Auto and a max LLC of High for the CPU seem to allow CnQ to work properly..

I honestly think the higher bus speed is confusing CnQ.

It works fine with multiplier only OC and ultra high LLC. I could check if lowering the LLC on my mix OC would make a difference.

I'll keep ya posted!
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post #3780 of 10159
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I honestly think the higher bus speed is confusing CnQ.
It works fine with multiplier only OC and ultra high LLC. I could check if lowering the LLC on my mix OC would make a difference.
I'll keep ya posted!

Nope, no difference. Even tried manual settings for the heck of it.

Lowering the cpu LLC to high seems to cap the Vcore (under load) at 1.428 V, no matter how high I increase the offset to begin with. For contrast: before I started OCCT, Vcore was 1.440 (minimum needed for a stable(-ish) 4.8 OC).

Ah well, I guess I'll stick to the purely multiplier OC tongue.gif
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