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Got 3.9 ghz @1.35vcore stable at -/+ 40c core temp under 30 min of prime95. thumb.gif
52 degrees max cpu temp.
got 210 bus speed and x18.5 multiplier=3885mhz , NB at 2100 mhz, mem at 1680mhz.

Should i run this 24/7?
Cpu temp doesn't mean that much right?
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I called HP and they told me to repeat tap F10 to boot into BIOS but, all I can do is see the CPU info and I can't figure out how to edit the multiplier. It's a pain. I may give up. I am so happy to have an unlocked processor but, mad because I can't figure out how to Overclock it and nobody seems to be able to tell me all the steps to take it from 3.30 GHz to 4.00 GHz mad.gif maybe someday I'll figure it out. After all, 3.30 is pretty fast. Also, if you change anything like the speed, it voids the warranty, although, I am 100% willing to do so if someone points me in the right direction and hooks me up with all the steps from beginning to end. smile.gif If anyone notices information on this for a first timer, please send it to me. I'd be forever grateful. Thank you! P.S. It an AMD FX-6100 Six-Core in an HP Pavilion HPE Series Desktop.
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From what I heard, it's important to keep the temp around 40 degrees C so you don't burn it up. Unless you have an intel 2nd generation, I was told it's important to keep them around 80 Degrees C. They said to make sure you adjust the voltage also but, I forget where they said to set it at. I think they said, 1.45 V
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I called HP and they told me to repeat tap F10 to boot into BIOS but, all I can do is see the CPU info and I can't figure out how to edit the multiplier. It's a pain. I may give up. I am so happy to have an unlocked processor but, mad because I can't figure out how to Overclock it and nobody seems to be able to tell me all the steps to take it from 3.30 GHz to 4.00 GHz mad.gif maybe someday I'll figure it out. After all, 3.30 is pretty fast. Also, if you change anything like the speed, it voids the warranty, although, I am 100% willing to do so if someone points me in the right direction and hooks me up with all the steps from beginning to end. smile.gif If anyone notices information on this for a first timer, please send it to me. I'd be forever grateful. Thank you! P.S. It an AMD FX-6100 Six-Core in an HP Pavilion HPE Series Desktop.

Set the "oc mode" or clock mode, or whatever it's called in your bios to MANUAL then you will see the fsb set to 200, and the multiplier setting at 16 stock. for 4.0ghz your going to want to set the multiplier to 20x, and the cpu voltage should be stable around 1.30v-1.35v

Also the the max temp for the fx-6100 is 71c, a lot over 40c
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Got 3.9 ghz @1.35vcore stable at -/+ 40c core temp under 30 min of prime95. thumb.gif
52 degrees max cpu temp.
got 210 bus speed and x18.5 multiplier=3885mhz , NB at 2100 mhz, mem at 1680mhz.
Should i run this 24/7?
Cpu temp doesn't mean that much right?

CPU temp is the temperature of the physical sensor at the socket, Core temp is the temp for the cores, but it only reads accurately under load, and over 45c

As for prime, if you can run 3-5hours with your memory at 90% or higher, your probably stable.
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Is anyone that is able to Overclock their 6100's using an HP desktop such as mine or in the HPE Series?
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Is anyone that is able to Overclock their 6100's using an HP desktop such as mine or in the HPE Series?

Usually pre-built pc's don't come with overclockable motherboards, find out what motherboard they fit you with and see if there is a bios update to unlock the locked overclocking feature if it even has one. Most of the time they use motherboards that can't be overclocked to save money and protect them selves from people burning up their cpus and wanting it to be replaced under warranty.
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Sometimes OEM's use a motherboard that also sells retail they just lock it and don't allow overclocking. If there is an exact board as yours out there that sells by itself you most likely can use its bios so that you may overclock. I have done it numerous times but you have to be sure its the same. For example the retail number is asrock 990fx and the retail is asrock 990fx-1 (just example) read up on flashing your bios and you should be fine. Also look into the specs of that board because a lot of oem's use cheaper components and it might not be able to take much overclock. Believe me the board will fail before the cpu does most of the time. Good luck and keep us posted!

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I looked it up for him, it's some IBM board, he won't be able to overclock.
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How do I get to the Clock mode in an Hp Pavilion HPE series? Also, ,Does anyone here have this version of an HP and know how to boot bios? I click F10 and all I can do is view the CPU info. Attached is my Main-board info and etc. Hope the following info helps you help me.
BIOS Date: November 16th 2011
BIOS ID: Ang_712-None
BIOS OEM: Ang_712
Chipset: AMD 1600 rev 0
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Motherboard: h8-1214

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