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THIS IS LIKE THE THIRD TIME I POST A NEW THREAD. I want to overclock my fatality an9 32x motherboard. I have a problem though my responses that i got was "lower your multiplier to 4x and raise you fsb higher" alright i went to bios and did excact same thing. When i save the changes it wont start alright maybe its the voltage. I raise the voltage several times because it wont start then i raise the northbridge voltage and it wont start. I raise the multiplier a little higher but it wont work and im stuck on my original settings. I want to go low multiplier like everyone says to go with but i need specific voltages and/or settings cause it wont start windows. It boots up but doesnt load windows on 4xmultiplier and 250 fsb or 280. Or if there are other settings ill take them just respond. I JUST NEED SOME REAL HELP!
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post #2 of 21
Why not help us help you? Post your full specs.... and your full settings.
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Originally Posted by tony_silver1 View Post
THIS IS LIKE THE THIRD TIME I POST A NEW THREAD. I want to overclock my fatality an9 32x motherboard. I have a problem though my responses that i got was "lower your multiplier to 4x and raise you fsb higher" alright i went to bios and did excact same thing. When i save the changes it wont start alright maybe its the voltage. I raise the voltage several times because it wont start then i raise the northbridge voltage and it wont start. I raise the multiplier a little higher but it wont work and im stuck on my original settings. I want to go low multiplier like everyone says to go with but i need specific voltages and/or settings cause it wont start windows. It boots up but doesnt load windows on 4xmultiplier and 250 fsb or 280. Or if there are other settings ill take them just respond. I JUST NEED SOME REAL HELP!
I'm willing to bet you're misunderstanding what's been said. The multiplier they're referring to is not the cpu multiplier, but the HTT multiplier. Am I correct in assuming you changed the cpu multiplier to 4x?
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post #4 of 21
You want to lower your ht multi to 4x not the cpu multi.
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post #5 of 21
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Originally Posted by tony_silver1
fatality an9 32x and amd x2 5600
400 gig hd
2gig ram
8500gt video card
Windows Vista
running on stock cooler
Seeing as you're useing the stock cooler and are a newcomer to overclocking I wouldn't recommend trying anything over 3.0Ghz on your X2 5600+ 2.8Ghz.

Set your FSB to 215 for now, keep your CPU multiplier set to 14, and raise your CPU vCore to 1.4v for now. If you have problems passing POST at those settings try lowering your HTT from x5 to x4. Your BIOS may show the HTT link as 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000 instead of x1, x2, x3, x4 and x5, so bear this in mind.

Also try to keep your RAM running within its default rated speed by setting a divider. When you raise FSB you dynamically alter the RAM speed simultaneously. Running the RAM too high will result in being unable to pass POST or random BSOD's and lock-ups, so try to keep it as close to its rated speed as possible for now.
post #6 of 21
Here is some info on the board at Motherboard.org, PCStats.com and [H]Enthusiast.com. The links explain the Bios and even show how to overclock the system. Hope this helps.

If you post your specs, we can probably give you a lot more help.
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post #7 of 21
Thread Starter 
alright yeahit was a misunderstnding it was the HT multiplier i was lowering the CPU multiplier
amd 5600 running at 2.8 ghz.
2 gigabytes of ram memory
400 gigabytes of hard drive memory
windows vista home premium
stock cooler going to upgrade right now any suggestions?
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post #8 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by tony_silver1 View Post
stock cooler going to upgrade right now any suggestions?
Have you tried what I suggested earlier?

Quote:
Originally Posted by t4ct1c47
Seeing as you're useing the stock cooler and are a newcomer to overclocking I wouldn't recommend trying anything over 3.0Ghz on your X2 5600+ 2.8Ghz.

Set your FSB to 215 for now, keep your CPU multiplier set to 14, and raise your CPU vCore to 1.4v for now. If you have problems passing POST at those settings try lowering your HTT from x5 to x4. Your BIOS may show the HTT link as 200, 400, 600, 800, 1000 instead of x1, x2, x3, x4 and x5, so bear this in mind.

Also try to keep your RAM running within its default rated speed by setting a divider. When you raise FSB you dynamically alter the RAM speed simultaneously. Running the RAM too high will result in being unable to pass POST or random BSOD's and lock-ups, so try to keep it as close to its rated speed as possible for now.
post #9 of 21
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imna try it right noww!
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amd 5600 2.8 abit fatality an9 32x evga 8500 gt 2 gigabytes 
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amd 5600 2.8 abit fatality an9 32x evga 8500 gt 2 gigabytes 
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post #10 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by tony_silver1 View Post
imna try it right noww!
Be sure to post back if you have any problems.

I think it would be a good idea for you to have a read through the guide here aswell. Have a good read through your motherboard manual and familuraise yourself with what all the different settings relate to.

I learnt how to overclock from looking up guides online, general research and though my own trial and error. Contrary to popular belief, effective overclocking isn't simply a case of copying somebody elses settings.
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