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Originally Posted by Dale-C View Post
Aye?
That is not ASUS product nor is it any M2N series product so I see no real world comp... Sorry but I don't even look at other manufactures when looking at what is possible on these mobo's.

I'm not trying to be rude but I'm just trying to keep it real for all M2N users.
Edited by N2Gaming - 1/18/10 at 1:27am
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Yea ok
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Alright! After consolidating mobos power supply I reached FSB 240x5 primestable.

The so gained NB/L3cache speed gives to my 940BE a quite noticeable performance boost. You really feel it in XP64, although not reflected in every benchmark.

L3 is now from stock M2N32 1600 raised to 1920.

Thinking about: Who needs a L3cache operating at system memory speeds (please say im wrong, not understanding data widths and latency and the cores exchange data on it what IS a benefit) but anyway I think NB/L3 optimizing is a critical issue for all of us M2N32 Phenom II users.

Before manipulating NB/SB voltages to reach FSB 250x5 I need to know:

What are the auto values for NB/SB voltages? It is not the lowest shown value or is it? The manual PDF gives no hint.

Attached my cache benchmarks for 200 and 240 FSB

I saw benches by AMD7 mobos (free CPU-NB multi) getting 20000-40000 MB/s Level 3 Cache.

Of course this only affects tasks that fit into the 6 MB L3, but aside from heavy computing, everydays handling will sure be faster. Each core can suck theoretically 64 bit data every few clocks, so 8 times a Byte some billion times a second for each core. The theoretical amount is even exceeding 20000-40000 MB/s by far.


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uweFR, look under mb/chipset, nb/sb tab in everest.That I think is the default core volts.
Mine reads as 1.2v nb core, 1.5v sb core.

Thinker, not sure if this is the same setting you are talking about, cpu-nb HT voltage control,but there is an option for it in the m2n32-sli bios.see pic below

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thanks... at last i found it. Didn't recognize the Tabs so far. (I am new to Everest and OC)
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Originally Posted by blizard985 View Post
my mobo m2n sli deluxe, bios 1701, ddr2 667mhz, phenom II 995 BE works smoothly! thanks ppl for tips 'n tricks

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=934483
Has anyone gotten a single C3 revision Phenom II to work on the M2N board? I want to get the C3 instead of the C2. :-P

EDIT: Nevermind, mr. Charles' sig rig has proven it. I'm gettin the 955 BE C3
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uweFR looks good. Did you try unganged at 240 FSB? I see unganged at 200 and ganged at 240...
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Thinker, not sure if this is the same setting you are talking about, cpu-nb HT voltage control,but there is an option for it in the m2n32-sli bios.see pic below
Gyro, that is definitely it. I thought you guys had said this voltage control was not on these boards?
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Gyro, that is definitely it. I thought you guys had said this voltage control was not on these boards?

From my (limited) experience this voltage control does not work properly: I was never able to overclock the NB/L3 cache on my Phenom II 720 any higher by increasing the voltage (and there is nothing wrong with the CPU itself. I tested it on an AM2+ board and was then able to overclock the NB allot higher by raising the appropriate voltage).
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From my (limited) experience this voltage control does not work properly
DrSwizz, thank you for clarifying. I think I remember N2Gaming basically saying the same thing however I can't be certain. Hopefully he can chime in when he has a second...
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