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I people....!

I have a phenom II 945 in m2n32-sli deluxe... and a news memos OCZ 8500.

but... I try to go 1150mhz on memory.... but.... the NB frequency its so much... 2200....

How I can lower this clock?
By my calculations you are running 12x275fsb=3300mhz cpu.8x275fsb=2200mhz nb.
To lower the nb freq you need to lower the fsb.
Try 13x254=3302mhz.8x254=2032nb.

Good luck

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NB Freq is more important than RAM Speed. Lower your RAM speed.

Also, you should have a CPU-NB Multi option. (Could be labled as FID IIRC)
The cpu-nb multi is locked at 8x.

Gyro
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After a few months of debate on upgrading, reading this thread several times in the process, I decided to take the plunge and get a 965 for my M2N32-SLI Deluxe.

Things seem to be going well, it's installed and i've been fiddling around with the settings but have a few questions. The immense amount of information in this thread has confused me a bit.

This is what i have set..

BIOS v2209:
  • CPU Voltage 1.375
  • CPU Multiplier 18
  • Ram set to 800mhz

Nvidia Control Panel:
  • Multipliers: 18

CPU-Z returns the appropriate core clock instead of 800.

My questions are as follows:

With these settings my ram has changed from 5-4-4-12-2T in CPU-Z to 5-5-5-18-2T; is this normal?

The ram is: TWIN2X2048-6400C4 PDF NFO

I see there are options to override these values in the NVidia Performance tab and i can also set some settings within the BIOS, i also understand some of these values are influenced by the multiplier.

Forgive my ignorance because i'm just getting into the nitty gritty of this, any suggestions on how i can improve the timings, if it would even make a difference or if it's fine the way it is?

Any setting i might have missed and should set?

Thank you for any help you can provide. Will post validation once it's all finished.

Regards,
J
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post #5323 of 12343
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By my calculations you are running 12x275fsb=3300mhz cpu.8x275fsb=2200mhz nb.
To lower the nb freq you need to lower the fsb.
Try 13x254=3302mhz.8x254=2032nb.

Good luck



The cpu-nb multi is locked at 8x.

Gyro

in this moment:

FSB: 260
Cpu Multiplier: 14
260x14= 3640
Cpu--MCP55 HT speed: x4
NB--SB HT speed 4x
260x4=1040
and you sai.... 260*8=2080. Nb frequency.

memory:
in 800
260*2= 520 (1040 real).

its ok, run good.



This NB frequency... can I put 7 multipler?

260*7=1820???

this is for up FSB to 280 =).


but.. I try:

FSB = 280.... and not good result.
because
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nielsenj, welcome.

Your ram timing has reset to defaults,not a problem.
Just set them back to the 5-4-4-12-2T in the bios.
Find Tcl– tRCD – tRP – tRAS – tRC – 1T/2T memory timing in dram configuration.
And set ram voltage to 2.1v.

Hope that helps

Gyro

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Kingfisher, after much searching I found this http://www.overclock.net/8035312-post4615.html.I think there are a few more posts that deal with this subject,try looking from that post forward.

hope that helps

Gyro

ps, any one with an ATI card that used this method feel free to jump in.
Firstly A Big Thank you for taking the time to go through these threads, bless you, But it looks like I need a simple N-Vidia GF graphics card, but I am not quite sure why this all worked before I changed from 32bit Vista and the original Radeon driver, but it did work, and I successfully gained a great over-clock.
Can the N-Vidia System tool software have part of it taken out so's not to look for a Graphics card?
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nielsenj, welcome.

Your ram timing has reset to defaults,not a problem.
Just set them back to the 5-4-4-12-2T in the bios.
Find Tcl– tRCD – tRP – tRAS – tRC – 1T/2T memory timing in dram configuration.
And set ram voltage to 2.1v.

Hope that helps

Gyro

ps, please fill in your sys specs in the user cp. thanks
Thanks for the help, aside from a couple of issues getting my nvProfile to load on startup (was set but just didn't apply on startup) everything seems to be A-OK now.

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Hey guys, noob here lol and I was wondering if any of you can help me with my problem. I just recently bought and installed an Athlon II X3 440 processor, and thankfully the bios was able to recognize it despite being an AM3 CPU. However, ever since I installed it I've been getting a lot of BSODs and random program crashes (like Firefox and windows gadgets). Also, when I check device manager it sees the 3 cores, however nothing else can seem to see the three cores, not even CPU-Z.

Another problem I have is that core temp is telling me that CPU idles at around 25-30 degrees but then ASUS Probe is telling me that it idles at 45-50 degrees(!). There's a huge difference between the two readings, and if the asus reading is correct then that's pretty damn hot for idle temps.

Just for reference, all my bios settings are at default. If anyone can help me out and give me an indication of what the problem may be I will be eternally grateful

edit: Another question, is there any hope of me getting the Radeon 5770 to run on the M2N32? I just got the card and to my dismay Catalyst really sucks and crashes my computer seconds after the boot up. If there's no way I can run the card I'm going to have to return it, ditch ATI and go with the next best thing, and that is the Nvidia GTS 250 which is a huge step down from the 5770 in terms of performance
Edited by gosensgo - 3/13/10 at 7:18am
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Hey guys, noob here lol and I was wondering if any of you can help me with my problem. I just recently bought and installed an Athlon II X3 440 processor, and thankfully the bios was able to recognize it despite being an AM3 CPU. However, ever since I installed it I've been getting a lot of BSODs and random program crashes (like Firefox and windows gadgets). Also, when I check device manager it sees the 3 cores, however nothing else can seem to see the three cores, not even CPU-Z.

Another problem I have is that core temp is telling me that CPU idles at around 25-30 degrees but then ASUS Probe is telling me that it idles at 45-50 degrees(!). There's a huge difference between the two readings, and if the asus reading is correct then that's pretty damn hot for idle temps.

Just for reference, all my bios settings are at default. If anyone can help me out and give me an indication of what the problem may be I will be eternally grateful

edit: Another question, is there any hope of me getting the Radeon 5770 to run on the M2N32? I just got the card and to my dismay Catalyst really sucks and crashes my computer seconds after the boot up. If there's no way I can run the card I'm going to have to return it, ditch ATI and go with the next best thing, and that is the Nvidia GTS 250 which is a huge step down from the 5770 in terms of performance
Hey! Welcome! I am still new here but I have few ideas and a question for you. What version is your BIOS ?
Also, Probe and AI SUIT could cause problems with new BIOS's and newer operating systems. Another thing to watch out for is the chipset drivers. I would run the free version of any Driver Detective to see if your main drivers are up to date. That might be the reason for the ATI not working properly. Also post your system so other guys can see what is what and give you more sober advise.
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Hey guys, noob here lol and I was wondering if any of you can help me with my problem. I just recently bought and installed an Athlon II X3 440 processor, and thankfully the bios was able to recognize it despite being an AM3 CPU. However, ever since I installed it I've been getting a lot of BSODs and random program crashes (like Firefox and windows gadgets). Also, when I check device manager it sees the 3 cores, however nothing else can seem to see the three cores, not even CPU-Z.

Another problem I have is that core temp is telling me that CPU idles at around 25-30 degrees but then ASUS Probe is telling me that it idles at 45-50 degrees(!). There's a huge difference between the two readings, and if the asus reading is correct then that's pretty damn hot for idle temps.

Just for reference, all my bios settings are at default. If anyone can help me out and give me an indication of what the problem may be I will be eternally grateful

edit: Another question, is there any hope of me getting the Radeon 5770 to run on the M2N32? I just got the card and to my dismay Catalyst really sucks and crashes my computer seconds after the boot up. If there's no way I can run the card I'm going to have to return it, ditch ATI and go with the next best thing, and that is the Nvidia GTS 250 which is a huge step down from the 5770 in terms of performance
Sorry, I did not see that you already have a system inf. LOL
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Hi all,
I've been following this thread for a while now and I finally have a question. I recently updated my bios from 1503 that came with the board when I first got it, the other day I finally got the nerve to update and I put in 2001. The bios took and I was happy that I did it on my first try. I found out that I really don't like the new bios or my system does not like it so I was just going to revert back to what was on there. I downloaded the old bios I had 1503 and it did show up on ez flash but when I went to install it gave me a response that this bios is not compatible with my current system. Once I put in a newer bios does this mean I can't go backwards?
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