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Hi all! Its my CPU-Z validation link. Dont know if its necessary.

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I don`t know, where/what is the power managment. In bios I have AI tuning on the manual - 16x. Cool n quiet is diabled, CPU V core voltage is on 1,35V. In CPU-Z is originaly 1,392V. But the nVidia Control panel does not correctly working
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You should be able to go beyond what you mention above.
The max total HT frequency also varies greatly between boards (my best board is capable of around 1600MHz, my worst 1250-1300), so you don't really need to focus on keeping the total HT frequency around 1000MHz.
I believe I have a proper profile where the CPU (800MHz) and memory (5-5-5-18-2T) are set properly. I can set the HT bus to 263MHz at 5x multiplier. If I push past that system crashes. So this board can run total HT of about 1300.

However, every time I try to drop the HT multiplier to 4X, the system immediately crashes. Any suggestions on what's happening and how to push on?

Thanks.
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I don`t know, where/what is the power managment. In bios I have AI tuning on the manual - 16x. Cool n quiet is diabled, CPU V core voltage is on 1,35V. In CPU-Z is originaly 1,392V. But the nVidia Control panel does not correctly working
Make sure the Windows power plan is set to high performance. If it's not set that way, control panel won't give you the CPU multiplier option.
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Hi all. I'm new to the thread, and will be looking to update my mobo to AM3. Here is my CPU-Z validation link. And now it's time to flash the bios...

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I believe I have a proper profile where the CPU (800MHz) and memory (5-5-5-18-2T) are set properly. I can set the HT bus to 263MHz at 5x multiplier. If I push past that system crashes. So this board can run total HT of about 1300.

However, every time I try to drop the HT multiplier to 4X, the system immediately crashes. Any suggestions on what's happening and how to push on?

Thanks.
All changes cannot be applied in realtime using software, do the adjustment in the BIOS instead. I'm quite sure your system will work just fine with a 4x HT multiplier.


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Hi all! Its my CPU-Z validation link. Dont know if its necessary.

Welcome to the club!
Edited by DrSwizz - 12/18/10 at 9:49am
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Welcome to the club!
One last doubt: I noticed all the 955/965/970 m2n mounts posting cpuz values are on the m2n32... pushing me to wuss out and hit the buy button on the 945 95 w (is there a tangible difference on air cooling between the processors in terms of performance? seems the 95 w already at 3ghz might have better heat cost to OC on the lower end of the spectrum, and I'm not planning an extreme OC, anyway).
Leaning back towards the safest install (murphy's law) after such a laboured decision... bumping up the wattage to unlock the 955 or better processors no problem on stock cooling, btw? -planning new heat solution after the holidays, but want to get my rig running asap)
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Make sure the Windows power plan is set to high performance. If it's not set that way, control panel won't give you the CPU multiplier option.
Thank you very much Now it possible to change CPU core multiplier in nVidia control panel.
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One last doubt: I noticed all the 955/965/970 m2n mounts posting cpuz values are on the m2n32... pushing me to wuss out and hit the buy button on the 945 95 w (is there a tangible difference on air cooling between the processors in terms of performance? seems the 95 w already at 3ghz might have better heat cost to OC on the lower end of the spectrum, and I'm not planning an extreme OC, anyway).
Leaning back towards the safest install (murphy's law) after such a laboured decision... bumping up the wattage to unlock the 955 or better processors no problem on stock cooling, btw? -planning new heat solution after the holidays, but want to get my rig running asap)
Go for a chip with C3 stepping, they have higher OC potential.
I guess you might have some issues with the nvidia tools, but you should be able to sort it out (or you might have no issues at all: I own two CPUs with C3 stepping and neither of those need the nvidia tools to run at 100% clock speed).

I don't really know how much you can OC your CPU with the stock cooler, but as the AMD CPUs really benefit from low temperatures you will be much better off with some high-end aftermarket cooler.
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Have any of you guys had problems SMP folding with a CPU on the M2N-SLI Deluxe? I am apparently having stability issues since it keeps glitching and causing PC errors for me. I've slowly been upping my cpu voltage to try and find the sweet spot for true stability but coming home today I guess 1.45v at 3.5ghz isn't even stable. SMP folding is worse than OCCT, Intel Burn test and all of those programs apparently. :\\

I really don't want to push it more but if I need to I guess I will. I just want to put my Phenom to use since I hardly do anything with my computer these days.

Some more info... I have my RAM at stock because SMP folding did not like that one bit. So my OC is 200x17.5 right now. I bumped up CPU/chipset ht voltage to 1.3v but I don't know if that actually helped with anything. I've just heard that having SMP and GPU3 folding at the same time can put a little more stress on it.

Anyways enough rambling.
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