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Thank you SBR. I linked it on the Opening Post of this club thread under the ASUS section thanking you for the link

I'm glad to see that the Nvidia Chipset 780a is capable of adjustable NB to CPU multi's.


So maybe now would be a good time for me to figure out exactly what advantages that multiplier would give me
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So maybe now would be a good time for me to figure out exactly what advantages that multiplier would give me
Spaceballsrules, probably to provide the ability to adjust the NB Frequency I'm assuming? Or was the above not a question and more of a comment

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So maybe now would be a good time for me to figure out exactly what advantages that multiplier would give me
The NB to CPU multi will help you keep yor NB frequency above your mbo HT Link to maintain a stable overlcock and get you some good ram bandwidth. When the X4 Ph II cpu's are overclocks and ram bandwidth is limited on the M2N mobo's becuase the cpu does not run at it's nominal speeds. We should be able to run the CPU at NB spd's of 3600MHz and we are normally running them at 1800MHz on these boards. I think that is correct. I have not used the Ph II x4 940 in the M2N system for a while now.

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Spaceballsrules, probably to provide the ability to adjust the NB Frequency I'm assuming? Or was the above not a question and more of a comment

By the way, love the cat picture!
It just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside

OK. So how would I determine the default setting to work from for adjusting the multiplier?
My mobo's FSB is 2600MHz Hyper Transport (5200 MT/s), and the 9850 has Hyper Transports at 4000MHz.
All I have OC'd is the multiplier to 14x and the frequency to 215 at stock voltage. The RAM is set to 4-4-4-12-2T @2.1V.




Edited by spaceballsrules - 7/4/09 at 3:13pm
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I think the default HT multiplier is 9x and the NB multi is 11x or something like that. PM blitz6804 he might be able to give you better specifics. Oh wait that is for the Ph II cpu's. I'm not sure on the PI cpu's

On your Memory tab you can see the NB Frequency. On the Ph II's that should be above the HT mobo frequency or HT Link to maintain stability. Additionally your ram bandwidth will improve w/higher NB Frequencies.

Edit: Sorry if that was confusing. I need a board that has an adjustable NB to CPU multi so I can give better information and explain in better detail.
Edited by N2Gaming - 7/4/09 at 10:33pm
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I just order the new phenom II 550 and a set o mem sticks!!!!i will post when they arrive!!!!still running hot as hell 55c now!and orthos stops at 4 ms at core0 saying hardware error on stock speeds!!!so either my mem is dying or my cpu is dying or both of them !!!!!
    
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I think the default HT multiplier is 9x and the NB multi is 11x or something like that. PM blitz6804 he might be able to give you better specifics. Oh wait that is for the Ph II cpu's. I'm not sure on the PI cpu's

On your Memory tab you can see the NB Frequency. On the Ph II's that should be above the HT mobo frequency or HT Link to maintain stability. Additionally your ram bandwidth will improve w/higher NB Frequencies.

Edit: Sorry if that was confusing. I need a board that has an adjustable NB to CPU multi so I can give better information and explain in better detail.
It looks like it is 10x for both on mine.
Since I have the frequency to 215, the HT Link and the NB Frequency are both running at the same speed (~2143), which is pretty close to 215 x 10x.
Forgive me, as this is the first time that I am really exploring OCing with anything other than the multiplier.

I am thinking it is time for the creation of the "Unofficial" Asus Crosshair II Formula Motherboard Owner's Club.
Are there any rules to opening this kind of thread? thlnk3r, I am looking at you to answer this one
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Well I have decided that this mobo is the worst I have ever used! Doesn't go past 270FSB and it also can get my 6000+ stable 3.4ghz or more at 1.66 volts! What is wrong here?! My GB M57SLI-S4 got a 346FSB on this CPU with my ram at 1090 3-3-3-3, might go back to that aye, unless I can fix this damn mobo!
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Well I have decided that this mobo is the worst I have ever used! Doesn't go past 270FSB and it also can get my 6000+ stable 3.4ghz or more at 1.66 volts! What is wrong here?! My GB M57SLI-S4 got a 346FSB on this CPU with my ram at 1090 3-3-3-3, might go back to that aye, unless I can fix this damn mobo!
I can speculate as to what may cause the problem. Your cpu is a 125w version so you may be over taxing your system by trying to push past 270FSB w/you watts already being maxed on your mobo. Additionally those CPU's ran very hot & were not very good overclockers to begin with. That is why they released the 6000+ 3.1GHz 89w ver. You may also be able to push your FSB a little more with additional HT or Chipset voltage. Be forwarned doing so may kill your board if you don't keep a watchfull eye on your temps. I don't take any offense to your proposal of the M2N32 being the worste mobo you ever owned. I happen to think just the opposite. I on the other hand have never had a mobo that had so many features built into it along w/decent overclockability. Proper cpu selection will go a long way in this mobo. The last thing you may want to consider is if your M2N32 is defective. I know I have had my mobo beyond 285 FSB stable. Have you lowered your cpu multi or is does the cpu lock out downward multipliers? I ask because I'd like to know if you have tried to find the limit of you mobo FBS w/your ram divider lowered and your cpu muliti lowered so just your mobo is being overclocked?

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I just order the new phenom II 550 and a set o mem sticks!!!!i will post when they arrive!!!!still running hot as hell 55c now!and orthos stops at 4 ms at core0 saying hardware error on stock speeds!!!so either my mem is dying or my cpu is dying or both of them !!!!!
XDRM, can you include some cpu-z screen shots of your overclock? Perhaps a setting or two needs adjustment.

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I am thinking it is time for the creation of the "Unofficial" Asus Crosshair II Formula Motherboard Owner's Club.
Are there any rules to opening this kind of thread? thlnk3r, I am looking at you to answer this one
Spaceballsrules, you can do whatever you want. As far as I know there are no set rules on making "Unofficial" clubs. I say go for it

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