Originally Posted by F3ERS 2 ASH3S
Originally Posted by dG.Cyanide
How do I find out the load line calibration? The voltage of the core is at 1.4V and the ram is 1.5V per module.
not sure on giga boards for llc what voltage are you trying to use when going to 5ghz also what is the cpu/nb voltage at that clock amand lastly what is vdda/pll voltage when going to that speed?
"High" is usually best.
Originally Posted by Durquavian
Originally Posted by KyadCK
Ok, lets try this again.There is no setting for Motherboard Northbridge speed
. On any AMD motherboard since HyperTransport took over. Period. There is no 3rd thing, and no program returns values for that non-existent 3rd setting. FSB settings do not affect anything at all on the motherboard itself.
You are literally trying to Overclock something that does not exist
Ok. That makes more sense and explains a lot. HWiNFO64 shows NB at 2200 and never changes. But then that means the NB in another monitor was actually CPU-NB. It only changed with FSB. And that means the multi selection in the bios for CPU-NB doesn't FN work. I swear What is MSI doing with their Bios'. Why have a selection for CPU-NB if it doesn't work.
One version of the Giga bios literally disabled my ability to FSB OC at all much the same way. I'd turn it to anything I wanted, but the system would ignore it and call it 200 anyway.
It's a good thing Giga boards have no issues with high multis, because this would seriously annoy me if I wasn't able to run up to x26 no problem...
Originally Posted by vabeachboy0
I'm thinking i got lucky on the chip i can undervolt it to1.29 at stock settings.
You did indeed.
If you need some more kick, could always upgrade from those 5770s.
Originally Posted by Kittencake
k i reset my bios default setting yet now i have my votage to my cpu fluctuating and i can't remeber what to change so stop it
C'n'Q, C1e, C6, APM.