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...hmmm interesting remember no fsb oc here just multiplier. top values no oc 2700mhz bottom values 31x multiplier only for 3100mhz cpu speed
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...hmmm interesting remember no fsb oc here just multiplier. top values no oc 2700mhz bottom values 31x multiplier only for 3100mhz cpu speed

As I thought its only reading as overclocked but it isn't physically overclocked. The largest variation is about 1-2% which is just standard variation really. But good luck with some base clock overclocking you should have more luck with that. thumb.gif
    
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Hi Guys,

I have made a budget Llano build recently for my father. He does not play games, so we chose the A6-3500 with an Asus F1A75-M MB.
To make the integrated graphics work the BIOS was updated to the latest, and now everything seems to work except one little annoying thing: sometimes after powering on the rig some strange effect appears on the monitor: on the top part some strange colorful lines appear randomly (sorry I cannot describe this effect better, to sum it up I can say the picture is *****ty). So if we turn it off and then on again it works ok.

Has anyone experienced similar with this (or another) APU? Is this the APU at all? Or maybe the monitor or the cable? (by the way, the monitor is brand new as well, and work ok with my father's old machine)
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Hi Guys,
I have made a budget Llano build recently for my father. He does not play games, so we chose the A6-3500 with an Asus F1A75-M MB.
To make the integrated graphics work the BIOS was updated to the latest, and now everything seems to work except one little annoying thing: sometimes after powering on the rig some strange effect appears on the monitor: on the top part some strange colorful lines appear randomly (sorry I cannot describe this effect better, to sum it up I can say the picture is *****ty). So if we turn it off and then on again it works ok.
Has anyone experienced similar with this (or another) APU? Is this the APU at all? Or maybe the monitor or the cable? (by the way, the monitor is brand new as well, and work ok with my father's old machine)

Is it an analogue or digital connection? I've heard that you must use a digital connection when overclocking or the display goes a bit funny. Maybe you are having the same problem only without overclocking. Good luck with finding the cause.

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strange effect appears on the monitor: on the top part some strange colorful lines appear randomly

I had this problem with the early chipset drivers... a simple update should do the trick
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Update your motherboard drivers, most motherboards do not have the current version up to date. Since this is a new socket type and all the motherboard companies are updating often. So keep checking, it should fix it for you.

Side note, yes I did experience that the first time I fired up my system, without updating anything yet. After update the rest was fixed. To describe my own unique experience, it is fine pinkish lines only running at the top border.

Also to anyone planning on building a Llano PC, do not ever ever buy an MSI board. Poor compatibility with the new socket. Gave me problems a lot with dual graphics support option disappearing on the BIOS settings after a BIOS upgrade.
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Thanks for the tips. I will try them as soon as I can and let you know the results if you are interested.
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Looking for a good heatsink+fan combo out there for our new socket type FM1, any suggestions?
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@ Razaille: AM2(+), AM3(+) and FM1 heatsinks are compatible. So you need a compatible heatsink with copper core+heat pipe and high CFM(airflow) value.

What about an Scythe SCBSK-2100 120mm Sleeve BIG Shuriken 2 Rev. B ? -> 45.47 CFM
( ~ 95 W TDP?) Don't know if it's better, than your current one.

Thermaltake V1 max. 130 W TDP, 86.5 CFM
It works with 6 cores also.

Thermaltake Frio OCK , max. 240 W TDP, 121 CFM
Just to get lower fan noise level. smile.gif It might be a better choice for future cpu upgrades. (Should work with 12 core FM1 APUs.)


BTW, My misterious CL5 memory setting is clairified. According to rw-everything, 5-5-5-15 is DDR3-666 MHz timing. CPU-Z can't read actual speed, therefore it reports the first timing from the timing table. At 1333 MHz it runs at 9-9-9-29.
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(Should work with 12 core FM1 APUs.)

AMD will never realease 12 core APUs fm1 is the budget orientated section and the next gen apus will be on the fm2 socket.Theres no way you would be able to fit 12 cores and a DX11 graphics engine into 1 chip.
    
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