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I have a Palomino set at 133 with a 12.5/13.5 multi on a VIa mobo ( MSI , actually with a Via chipset). Cpu=z shows it at 1736.9 ( that would be a 13x multi) with with a vcore o f 1.76. I have 3 modules of pc2100 at 133 mhz with 2-2-2-5 latency. Hope this helps
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post #22 of 31
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yeah... my lowest auto puts me at 11 mult, and my manual only allows 10 or 14 mult...

I Would so do that if i could, haha!

well i guess in 3-4 yeasrs ill be back here with UBER mobo +ram +cpu...haha, but i will plague u all with BSOD values the next time one comes up! muwahahaha
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Are you SURE about the multi limitations?? My list shows 14 at the top, and 11 at the bottom.... I had to scroll down a little bit to find the 12.5/13.5 multi. You might wanna take another look.
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otto! i updated my bios and the multipliers are now at .5 ratio all the way to 14!! However, i apply them in my bios and my computer (from cpu-z) still rates my comp at 11x when i am set in bios at 11.5 or even 12x. so im like WTH!?

i cant win i guess haha, anyways...
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Originally Posted by archughes
otto! i updated my bios and the multipliers are now at .5 ratio all the way to 14!! However, i apply them in my bios and my computer (from cpu-z) still rates my comp at 11x when i am set in bios at 11.5 or even 12x. so im like WTH!?

i cant win i guess haha, anyways...
Does the CPU speed change too? What does your BIOS say? It may just be a wrong CPU-Z reading. How's the OC going then? Any luck with the new BIOS?
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The cpu should be at 1764 (12x147)--as it is in bios, but cpu-z says its at 1620 (approx 11x147)
On start up it says i am running at ahtlon 2000+ speeds, but it would say that for 1620 or 1764...

at 11x145 (before the bios update) i had an idle of 41C load of 51C.

now at 12x 147 ( but running at 11x147) i have an idle 43C and load of 49C.

like ***zorz!?!? How am i to know my real multiplier, any input based on these temps?
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I know this is gonna sound obvious, but sometimes the obvious gets overlooked. Make sure that after leaving the BIOS screen that allows you to change the multi, you go to the SAVE AND EXIT screen and click enter ( yes).
Just on the off-chance that it's a problem with cpu-z, download amd's cpuid form this site (below), and run it.

http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/...1_9706,00.html
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post #28 of 31
Quote:
Originally Posted by archughes
Here is the actual message:


The system is shutting down. Please save all work in progress and log off. Any unsaved changes will be lost. This shutdown was initiated by NT AUTHORITY\\SYSTEM.

The system process C:\\WINNT\\SYSTEM32\\SERVICES.EXE terminated unexpectedly with status code 128. The system will shut down and restart.
Hey mate, I haven't read all the messages in this thread, but as soon as I've seen this post I thaught of something. Please try the folowing when the next time you see the above message:
1.Click START/RUN
2.Type shutdown -a

If the message dissapears and all will work fine you're in a huge mess. This message is given by an error in the svchost.exe win-native file and is caused by a malware/virus, the first that comes to my mind is MSBlaster.

*EDIT I managed to read all the posts. First of all, the palomino 1800 is not a great OCer, but it can surely get higher than that. The Athlon XP CPUs have hard locked multiplier. You can change in the bios whatever you want, it will stay @11x. To change the multi there is something that can be done, it's what you call a hard mod.
Here's how it can be done:
1.Type www.ocinside.de
2.Choose English language (german is the other option)
3.Go to the Workshop icon in the right
4.Find the link to AthlonXP, Barton and T-Bread interactive pin mod guide
5.Play a little with that tool. With it you can basicly do whatever you want with your CPU: select multis, Vcore, FSB. However I advice you to stick only to the multiplier modifications as any of the others can seriously damage your rig if done wrong.
As for your mobo it god to the point you can no longer OC it. Any AthlonXP mobo (except the ones with nForce2) have a FSB bottleneck when OCing @10% over the nominal frequency. You can see your OC stopped exactly @10% over the stock speed. This a good reason: the VIA KT266, 333, 400, 600, 800 and even other SIS mobos don't have an AGP/PCI lock. At 10%OC the AGP runs @~73MHz which is the maximum acceptable freq, at 74MHz it locks. I mentioned EXCEPT NF2 MOBOS because they do have this lock so they can OC higher than 10% over stock.

My take: Change the multi to 12x with the help of that guide. If there's something you want to ask, well ask. Try TO OC again with the FSB. If you really reach 12x147 than change the multi to 13x and so on until you find the max CPU OC. Good luck mate!
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post #29 of 31
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haha otto! i thought of that at first and went back and dbl then trpl checked that they were saved, indeedy they were saved

VERY HELPFUL dragos!!! I will be looking into that...but for now...college midterms...
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Nice work Dragos.... but , I'd take some issue with the notion that the multi's for the Palaminos are locked at 11. Mine seems to reach 12.5/13.5 with no problems. I'm using an MSI mobo with a Via chipset. I may be wrong on this, but cpu-z says that I'm at 1729 Mhz, which would be 133 @ 13x.
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