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Originally Posted by xdark View Post
my spec
M/B M2N32SLI-Deluxe wifi
CPU X4 620@3.6 277*13
MEM kington DDR 533 1G*2 D9GMH chip run@461 5-5-5-15 2T vdim 2.175
Supply iCute 750W
VGA 9800GTX+

if I set vdim more 2.175 system cannot boot Help me please

Thank verry much
I'm not sure you are going to get any more volts out of the ram,you are .375v over spec(1.8v) now

Nice 1gb oc by the way

The M2N series boards can not run the x6 cpu's.

Could you post a cpu-z validation link please.

Good luck

Gyro
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post #6602 of 12343
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anyway till i get home and try again i'll put the next question. how much can i oc my cpu with stock cooler ? how do i procced and is there any difference in performance if i manage to oc-it ? phenom 8750 @ 2.4 / core (3 cores)
It's hard to say how high you can go,you will have to oc some to see what the temps are like.

You have a "be" cpu so that will help.And if we can't get your ram to run at 1066 you can use reference clock to oc from 800.Which you said it runs fine at.Some of these boards just don't like 1066 and some do.

He is a guide to help learn the basics http://www.overclock.net/amd-general...ocket-am2.html.

If you have any questions about the guide you know where to find us

Yes you will see a performance increase.

Good luck

Gyro
Edited by Gyro - 7/22/10 at 6:11am
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post #6603 of 12343
ok i'm back . i tried again with the cmos cleard ..and i still can't get 1066 stable. what's wrong i saw ppl with the same motherboard who got 1066 :|
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post #6604 of 12343
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ok i'm back . i tried again with the cmos cleard ..and i still can't get 1066 stable. what's wrong i saw ppl with the same motherboard who got 1066 :|
Some of these boards don't like 1066 setting.It could be the Ph I cpu does not like it.Others here have had the same trouble and end up running 800 with an overclock.

So if it works fine at 800,I'd say leave it there with tighter timings and oc the cpu frequency to boost the ram speed up.

Good luck

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post #6605 of 12343
Hi, I am new to this site and stumbled upon this thread while researching how to overclock my system. I was hoping you guys could give me some input.

Here are my system specs:
M2N-SLI Deluxe - BIOS 5001
AMD 64 X2 6000+
2GB OZC SLI RAM
Corsair 650HX
Hyper 212+ Cooler
Nvidia GTS250

Is it normal for the bus to max at roughly 260? I cant seem to get over 260 on mine. Also, in the bios under advanced voltage control there are the following 5 settings:

CPU/Chipset HT Voltage [1.20V]
Chipset Core Voltage [1.40V]
Chipset Standby Core Voltage [1.40V]
Chipset PCI-E Voltage [1.50V]
CPU VCore Offset Voltage [Disabled]

Would it be safe to increase any of these to achieve a higher OC?

One last question, is there a certain bios version that seems to be more stable for overclocking?

Any help is greatly appreciated!
Thanks
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Hey everyone, first (and hopefully not last!) post here. Before I get started, I've spent about six months lurking in this thread and I just want to express a huge thank you to everyone's contributions - this thread is awesome.

I've been planning to upgrade the old AMD x2 5000+ and with today's gaming needs she's now on her last legs. Additionally, two years ago my M2N SLI Deluxe's ethernet ports died on me, so I went and got myself a wireless card for $20 - not the end of the world. Anyway, it came to my attention on another forum (http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...2-SLI%20Deluxe) that this is could be due to not resetting the CMOS or updating the BIOS. So, I thought it would be a good idea to update the BIOS to rev 5001.

Tried doing this through ASUS updater and after a few tries of finding a compatible/recent enough updater the thing gets on its way loading up 5001... The status bars showed me the updater deleting the previous, installing the new one (pausing momentarily at 87%), and then instead of going to the third step (can't remember what it was off the top of my head), the whole thing starts over again. And again. And again. Repeat for five minutes. There aren't any options to cancel or abort the process and then I start to notice a faint burning metal smell <- my genuine reaction

I then jump on the manual power switch and she dies on me. My baby after 3 years of faithful service let out a tremendous squeal of all fans screaming out in anguish and then dying in silence. Now she doesn't want to boot.

So I reset the CMOS as per the aid of aforementioned forum and it got me to the initial booting stage, but encounters a 'disk read error' when loading up. Booting off the CD that came with the m2n32sli deluxe but that didn't yield an option for updating the BIOS (or at least I couldn't find one). And now I'm seemingly at a loss.

Reading up on other sources have unanimously told me that if I interrupt the BIOS updating process my motherboard is outright ruined. Is there anything I can do to save my beloved baby? Or am I going to have to find a new motherboard?

Thanks sincerely for any help in advance.
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post #6607 of 12343
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Originally Posted by bleugt View Post
Hi, I am new to this site and stumbled upon this thread while researching how to overclock my system. I was hoping you guys could give me some input.

Here are my system specs:
M2N-SLI Deluxe - BIOS 5001
AMD 64 X2 6000+
2GB OZC SLI RAM
Corsair 650HX
Hyper 212+ Cooler
Nvidia GTS250

Is it normal for the bus to max at roughly 260? I cant seem to get over 260 on mine. Also, in the bios under advanced voltage control there are the following 5 settings:

CPU/Chipset HT Voltage [1.20V]
Chipset Core Voltage [1.40V]
Chipset Standby Core Voltage [1.40V]
Chipset PCI-E Voltage [1.50V]
CPU VCore Offset Voltage [Disabled]

Would it be safe to increase any of these to achieve a higher OC?

One last question, is there a certain bios version that seems to be more stable for overclocking?

Any help is greatly appreciated!
Thanks
Every setup is different,so whats normal for one is not for others even with identical setups.

Follow this to find the max bus speed http://www.overclock.net/3559197-post5.html

I have never had to increase any of those voltages while ocing.

You could always flash back to 1701 and compare.

Good luck

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Originally Posted by wothy View Post
Hey everyone, first (and hopefully not last!) post here. Before I get started, I've spent about six months lurking in this thread and I just want to express a huge thank you to everyone's contributions - this thread is awesome.

I've been planning to upgrade the old AMD x2 5000+ and with today's gaming needs she's now on her last legs. Additionally, two years ago my M2N SLI Deluxe's ethernet ports died on me, so I went and got myself a wireless card for $20 - not the end of the world. Anyway, it came to my attention on another forum (http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...2-SLI%20Deluxe) that this is could be due to not resetting the CMOS or updating the BIOS. So, I thought it would be a good idea to update the BIOS to rev 5001.

Tried doing this through ASUS updater and after a few tries of finding a compatible/recent enough updater the thing gets on its way loading up 5001... The status bars showed me the updater deleting the previous, installing the new one (pausing momentarily at 87%), and then instead of going to the third step (can't remember what it was off the top of my head), the whole thing starts over again. And again. And again. Repeat for five minutes. There aren't any options to cancel or abort the process and then I start to notice a faint burning metal smell <- my genuine reaction

I then jump on the manual power switch and she dies on me. My baby after 3 years of faithful service let out a tremendous squeal of all fans screaming out in anguish and then dying in silence. Now she doesn't want to boot.

So I reset the CMOS as per the aid of aforementioned forum and it got me to the initial booting stage, but encounters a 'disk read error' when loading up. Booting off the CD that came with the m2n32sli deluxe but that didn't yield an option for updating the BIOS (or at least I couldn't find one). And now I'm seemingly at a loss.

Reading up on other sources have unanimously told me that if I interrupt the BIOS updating process my motherboard is outright ruined. Is there anything I can do to save my beloved baby? Or am I going to have to find a new motherboard?

Thanks sincerely for any help in advance.
I thought I seen someone peeking though the window

If you are able to get into the bios,use ez-flash to reflash it.

Use this guide http://support.asus.com/technicaldoc...Language=en-us.
Click on "using asus ez-flash to update bios" .and use a usb stick if you have one.

And tell me you will never use the asus updater again

Good luck

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in everest ultimate edition i have at sensors the temperatures. at cpu are 4 tempereatures CPU . who goes to 80-90 degrees. cpu #1 core 1 60-65 degree cpu #1 core 2 same as core 1 and cpu #1 core 3 same as before :-?? what is the real tempereature of my cpu ?
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Try out Core Temp, that has more accurate figures than Everest for the CPU AFAIK.
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post #6610 of 12343
Hey all

Can't believe its been a week since i've posted

I know i said i was going 2 flash bios 2001 and report back
sadly i have not got around 2 that yet not 2 worry i still
got a benchie for you guys as the title says i've got all 4
DIMMS running @1066 this was achieved by bumping up
my MEMO to 2.175v (looks like the highest it will go anything
more and it would not post) and NB to 1.3v, which finally gave
me 10k read speeds


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