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Hi, first time posting here. I have a M2N32-SLI Deluxe and just tryed to upgrade to a Phenom II 945. I did the update to bios 5002 and it reads the processor but the multiplier is stuck at 4x. I manually changed the clock at multiplier to normal settings (200MHz clock with 15x multiplier) and in the bios it reads as 3000MHz now and in windows it reads as 3.01MHz so I thought problem solved until saw that with both cpu-z and everest the multiplier is still at 4x. I know the windows reading of 3.01MHz is false because the cores are running at 50%+ to do the simplest tasks. I looked though the forum and see many people have been able to get this CPU to work fine. I would like to point out that I have the Phenom II 945 that is the C2 stepped at 125W rather then the C3 stepped at 95W. The model number that is supported by the bios update is the 95W Phenom 945. Wondering if this could be the problem. Thanks in Advance.
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Hi, first time posting here. I have a M2N32-SLI Deluxe and just tryed to upgrade to a Phenom II 945. I did the update to bios 5002 and it reads the processor but the multiplier is stuck at 4x. I manually changed the clock at multiplier to normal settings (200MHz clock with 15x multiplier) and in the bios it reads as 3000MHz now and in windows it reads as 3.01MHz so I thought problem solved until saw that with both cpu-z and everest the multiplier is still at 4x. I know the windows reading of 3.01MHz is false because the cores are running at 50%+ to do the simplest tasks. I looked though the forum and see many people have been able to get this CPU to work fine. I would like to point out that I have the Phenom II 945 that is the C2 stepped at 125W rather then the C3 stepped at 95W. The model number that is supported by the bios update is the 95W Phenom 945. Wondering if this could be the problem. Thanks in Advance.
Hey paladin, first there is a guide in first page about this, if you haven't, download nvidia performance tools.
core multiplier might be stucked at 4x.
1. make a profile in control panel---> power options and select maximum performance
2 set the maximum multiplier you want in bios. 15?16? what ever.
then you should be able to select this multiplier in nvidia tools also.nvidia tools multi max option is the max option you set in bios.
3 if the multiplier in nvidia is still stuck, set it 1 point higher in bios. if it was 16 in bios make it 17. it should get unstuck.

btw in bios only change the cpu voltage,multiplier and ram voltage if you need to. leave the rest in auto. make sure you select every core individualy in nvidia tools, save that profile and set it through profile policies to start with system start every time.

try those and hopefully you're ok.
Edited by xtac_inside - 11/16/10 at 2:55pm
    
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Hi, first time posting here. I have a M2N32-SLI Deluxe and just tryed to upgrade to a Phenom II 945. I did the update to bios 5002 and it reads the processor but the multiplier is stuck at 4x. I manually changed the clock at multiplier to normal settings (200MHz clock with 15x multiplier) and in the bios it reads as 3000MHz now and in windows it reads as 3.01MHz so I thought problem solved until saw that with both cpu-z and everest the multiplier is still at 4x. I know the windows reading of 3.01MHz is false because the cores are running at 50%+ to do the simplest tasks. I looked though the forum and see many people have been able to get this CPU to work fine. I would like to point out that I have the Phenom II 945 that is the C2 stepped at 125W rather then the C3 stepped at 95W. The model number that is supported by the bios update is the 95W Phenom 945. Wondering if this could be the problem. Thanks in Advance.
i had this problem too as i changed the multiplier in bios but didnt do it in nvidia system tools. the core multiplier might not show up if you didnt turn the multiplier in the bios high enough as a tip.
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Hey paladin, first there is a guide in first page about this, if you haven't, download nvidia performance tools.
core multiplier might be stucked at 4x.
1. make a profile in control panel---> power options and select maximum performance
2 set the maximum multiplier you want in bios. 16?17? what ever.
then you should be able to select this multiplier in nvidia tools also.nvidia tools multi max option is the max option you set in bios.
3 if the multiplier in nvidia is still stuck, set it 1 point higher in bios. if it was 16 in bios make it 17. it should get unstuck.

try those and hopefully you're ok
if your lazy theres an alternative to doing it in nvidia system tools. you can save the ".nsu(profile save file)" somewhere you can acess it and open that ".nsu file" with notepad and change the core manually form 4.0->whatever core multiplier you want and then save your changes and go back to nvidia tools and have that profile load up upon boot under "profile policies".


Edited by kakasensei - 11/16/10 at 3:09pm
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Originally Posted by xtac_inside View Post
Hey paladin, first there is a guide in first page about this, if you haven't, download nvidia performance tools.
core multiplier might be stucked at 4x.
1. make a profile in control panel---> power options and select maximum performance
2 set the maximum multiplier you want in bios. 15?16? what ever.
then you should be able to select this multiplier in nvidia tools also.nvidia tools multi max option is the max option you set in bios.
3 if the multiplier in nvidia is still stuck, set it 1 point higher in bios. if it was 16 in bios make it 17. it should get unstuck.

btw in bios only change the cpu voltage,multiplier and ram voltage if you need to. leave the rest in auto. make sure you select every core individualy in nvidia tools, save that profile and set it through profile policies to start with system start every time.

try those and hopefully you're ok.
Hey guys thanks for the quick reply's. I did download and install the nvidia tool. I have it set in the bios to 15X and 200MHz = 3000MHz which is what it should be and the nvidia tool says its set right and running at 15x. Yet cpu-z and everest still say its set to 4x. Also I did look at the first page and saw on the first post that 2 other people have installed phenom 945's, one has the 95w and the other has the 125w. The person with the 125w as the exact same cpu-z results that I get where as the guy running the 95w is getting what they should be out of the phenom 945 on cpu-z. This is leading me to be leave that my problem is that I need the 95w cpu and not he 125w.
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Hey DJ, i just installed a Phenom II X4 970 BE and i have the same problem but i found the multiplier..right under my nose in Nvidia tools..

Click Device settings, then click the tab next to it 'stored profiles'...click check profiles and if it comes up as an error, delete the old profile then change each multiplier on each core, to what you set it in bios..

After that, save that profile, goto Profile Policies, Click the Load this Profile (Click Profile which is underlined) and choose that profile you just saved..then click The system first starts windows and click > then click Accept button.
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you should have the core1 drop down and the multiplier drop down. do you have those?
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1487075

When you reboot back you will still be at 4.0x multiplier but open nvidia tools and NOW the 4 cores are shown on the 1st page (Current settings) so just change them to your multiplier number and press Apply


Edited by Tirade - 11/16/10 at 5:49pm
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Tirade, whats bios are u using? thx
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