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post #10601 of 12343
Phenom MSR Tweaker because it will not let me change the cpu voltage?

I have selected manually 1.38v, cool & quite disabled, but I want the power saving state voltage of 0.9 volts.

I have installed the nvidia tools, and not let me change the voltage.

and if I put in the bios drive voltage, not raise, any idea how I can fix this?

my validation
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2502545

cpu-z voltage mistakenly reported, the actual is 1.38v

thanks
post #10602 of 12343
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Originally Posted by Barktoothx View Post

Phenom MSR Tweaker because it will not let me change the cpu voltage?

I have selected manually 1.38v, cool & quite disabled, but I want the power saving state voltage of 0.9 volts.

I have installed the nvidia tools, and not let me change the voltage.

and if I put in the bios drive voltage, not raise, any idea how I can fix this?

my validation
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2502545

cpu-z voltage mistakenly reported, the actual is 1.38v

thanks


I found that if you set cpu voltage to auto in the bios PMT will allow you to change volts.
On AM2 boards use the NB vid to raise cpu volts.Have cpu-z open when making adjustments to see actual changes.

Good luck

Gyro
Edited by Gyro - 9/7/12 at 1:07pm
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post #10603 of 12343
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Originally Posted by Gyro View Post

I found that if you set cpu voltage to auto in the bios PMT will allow you to change volts.
On AM2 boards use the NB vid to raise cpu volts.Have cpu-z open when making adjustments to see actual changes.
Good luck
Gyro



Tanks gyro works very god.

only uninstall PMT and set auto in the bios, reinstall PMT, set values and work. thumb.gif
Edited by Barktoothx - 9/7/12 at 2:15pm
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Glad to help thumb.gif


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post #10605 of 12343
Don't know if any1 has tried it yet as no1 has said anything bout it .... but here
is a updated version with a few minor tweaks wink.gif

M2N Tweaker v1.0.1
SetupM2NTweaker_v1.0.1.zip 140k .zip file

Changes:
Sets the P-State at Boot up + Wakeup (out of stand by)

Now supports the following Motherboards, with any bios version that supports AM3.
M2N-E, M2N-SLI, M2N-SLI DELUXE, M2N32-SLI DELUXE, M2N32-SLI PREMIUM

I am working on adding a option to set the FSB from M2N Tweaker as well however
documentation (datasheets) on the nforce sb/nb are not easy to get hold of frown.gif
Edited by ej52 - 9/7/12 at 5:39pm
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post #10606 of 12343
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Originally Posted by ej52 View Post

Don't know if any1 has tried it yet as no1 has said anything bout it .... but here
is a updated version with a few minor tweaks wink.gif
M2N Tweaker v1.0.1
SetupM2NTweaker_v1.0.1.zip 140k .zip file
Changes:
Sets the P-State at Boot up + Wakeup (out of stand by)
Now supports the following Motherboards, with any bios version that supports AM3.
M2N-E, M2N-SLI, M2N-SLI DELUXE, M2N32-SLI DELUXE, M2N32-SLI PREMIUM
I am working on adding a option to set the FSB from M2N Tweaker as well however
documentation (datasheets) on the nforce sb/nb are not easy to get hold of frown.gif


okidoki tanks,thumb.gif
post #10607 of 12343
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Originally Posted by LuckySe7ens View Post

Yeah its the current version of cpuz
Illtry that thx.
Don't validations not work with older versions however?
Also, interestingly my ps2 keyboard doesn't want to work in BIOS,
Otherwise I'm not having any trouble so far.
Need to relearn how to overclock now. At 3.4 ATM.

Old cpuz works fine. Validation doesn't work tho bc the cpuz isn't current.... Bummer

Just messing around now @ 3.8


Ok, my board does not like anything over 280 bus speed
But thats ok the 16x multi seems to be more than enough to work with. thumb.gif

Posting @ 4ghz, not prime stable or anything wink.gif

Edited by LuckySe7ens - 9/8/12 at 10:10am
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post #10608 of 12343
Hey, even I have trouble with the p-state of the PMT, when I start the computer or turn it off, the computer freezes sometimes, I wonder if I am putting the correct multipliers and voltages

core multis to p0 17 all
CPU VID 1.3000 volts an NB vid

core multis to p1 14 all
CPU VID 1.2250 volts an NB vid

core multis to all 11 p2
CPU VID 1.2000 volts an NB vid

core multis to p3 4 all
CPU VID 1.0500 volts an NB vid

core multis to p4 4 all
CPU VID 1.0000 volts an NB vid

I wonder if they are better and if I could help to refine them, thanks
Edited by Barktoothx - 9/8/12 at 4:19pm
post #10609 of 12343
here is a pic of how mine is setup,3 P states are enough(0/1/2), in the service box set p state bounds 0-2.
Bump your P0 volts a couple notches.




Good luck

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post #10610 of 12343
hi guys,

im new here and i hv few questions that i would like to ask

i want to overclock my phenom 9550 running on m2n-sli. Currently im stuck at 2.5ghz in bios since the vcore setting in the bios is not working, it has no effect on the processor's vcore.

Im using PMT in windows and i can increase the vcore at 1.25v, but that is the highest setting i can go using PMT. I hv set vcore setting to auto in bios

How can i use PMT to set vcore higher than 1.25, am i doing anything wrong here?

Thx
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