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Help with finding multiplier for my Asus K8V-SE Deluxe Mobo Bios 1007?

post #1 of 5
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Hi Everyone,

CPU speed = FSB speed X Multiplier

Ok I know my FSB speed because I can change that from 200mhz to 300 mhz in 1 mhz increments.

What I cannot comprehend still is the multiplier. I thought that it had something to do with the HT Mhz settings that go from 800mhz to 200mhz...thus the multiplier would be 4x,3x,2x, and 1x. However, when I look at my CPU freq in Everest it shows that my CPU speed is the FSB times 10 always.

Am I missing something? Where is the 10 coming from? I do not see this tied to the HT mhz settings whatsoever. Please help!!!!!!

I have some other BIOS related questions as to what certain things do but I will make another post for that area of questioning. I am up on Yahoo and AIM if anyone has any ideas! Thanks so much for all the help!

I have an Asus K8V-SE Deluxe mobo with the latest Bios 1007....


Thanks again for any help!!!!

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post #2 of 5
The 1-4x is for the memorys bus to maintain the desired overall speed relative to the CPUs bus speed (FSB) IE, default 200x4=800. so basically, if you excede a FSB of 266MHz you drop the Memorys bus multiplyer to 3x.
The 10x is the CPU's multiplyer.
CPU-Z @ www.cpuid.com will give up more info
    
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the multiplier is part of your CPU...

But ya, there should be an option to change it LOWER on your mobo..though I've never used that one...(maybe I have...but I forget)
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post #4 of 5
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Ok let me ask this way....

For you AMD guys....how do you change your multiplier? Please walk me through it if you can.

Thanks a bunch!


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Duke, are you saying that the way to do it is via CPUID? I have that prog and can see where it could be manipulated but I thought it could be manipulated via the BIOS.

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I have the same board, and i had the same trouble as you.

Go into Bios, then Advanced. You will see FSB Frequency, then underneath an option for cpu speed/voltage that will be set to Auto (assuming you have the default setting). You then set it to manual, and there is an option for CPU Speed. This is your multiplier. I have a 3200+ Athlon Xp, and 10x multiplier is known as 2000Mhz. To drop it to 9x, you simply change the CPU speed to 1800Mhz (1900Mhz being 9.5x multiplier.) Hope everything is sorted.

EDIT: You may want to acknowledge that your board isn't great for overclocking, as it doesn't have a PCI/AGP lock, and therefore upon overclocking above 225Mhz, you are likley to get issues regarding Harddisk disconnection and corruption. Your processer may well be able to exceed this, but your system can't. Summary: **** Motherboard for Overclocking :/

EDIT: Everest/CPUz doesn't seem to pick the lowering of a multiplier up though.
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