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thank . tomorrow i search a link for PMSRT for Linux, i have but now i forgot where...,is for other user wannt install a phenom in linux and this FORUM.


ok computershop givme the phenom tuesday 11/10 and my birthday is 12/10... this day
i go to format HD 160gb , installl this Hd 640gb, in first xp sp3 with all drivers Nvidia graphics and chipset...NVControPannel and phenomsMSRT, flashing the bios , instalin second Hd w7 32(becasuse i have 1gb) and all drivers nvidia too(like xp),(now)for w7 and linux with pMSRT...all for wait you help, for moment with my atlhon 3800....
If you have windows 7, I don't see much point in installing XP. Although I have an XP image, I never use it.

Try to bump total memory to 4GB if you can. System performance increase will be noticeable.

Happy birthday.
post #9262 of 12342
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ok, i set the profile on nvidia tools

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2035263

Good job.
post #9263 of 12342
thank you !!! gaming is soo much better now
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thank you !!! gaming is soo much better now
Can you fill out your system specs?

I will say this, if you like to do gaming, this board has a lot of headroom.
post #9265 of 12342
So I'm in the same boat as everyone else who has gone to a Phenom II X4 CPU (I just got a 980). In my case, I've managed to get my bios settings tweaked, having already read BigJohn's article, and the how to at the beginning of this thread. I'm just not clear on how to create the nvidia profile with all the settings in it. I do have ntune installed, and I did accept the license agreement to use that functionality...but from here on I'm kinda stuck. Is there a link to a step by step procedure for the ntune profile set up? Thanks!
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its easy, download the nvidia tools software and when u go to performance, then device settings, u will see CPU... right there, u change the multiplier of each core to whatever its supposed to be (i.e. 18) once that is done, click save profile and name it whatever u want. Then go to profile policies, in the first box click LOAD THIS PROFILE, on the second box click when windows first starts and move it over to the 3rd box (to the right), on that 3rd box the word profile will be in BLUE LETTERS, click on it and find the profile u just saved. Accept and that is it.
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So I'm in the same boat as everyone else who has gone to a Phenom II X4 CPU (I just got a 980). In my case, I've managed to get my bios settings tweaked, having already read BigJohn's article, and the how to at the beginning of this thread. I'm just not clear on how to create the nvidia profile with all the settings in it. I do have ntune installed, and I did accept the license agreement to use that functionality...but from here on I'm kinda stuck. Is there a link to a step by step procedure for the ntune profile set up? Thanks!
i recomended you, use to overclocking , the PhenomMSRT, more easy and is more near to hand... and no need sentting bios or Nvidiatool only need ovbiuslly driver nvidia, but no more...,junt put config value s in PhenomMSRT and yuo can change this valuse fast when you wannt, ask this , HOW and WHERE and WHAT values put in PMSRT to user gr8sho...this guy konw how...., you try put a 980...GOODDDD... i thinking...THIS MOTHERBOARD can suppotr PHENOM II X6???
    
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So I'm in the same boat as everyone else who has gone to a Phenom II X4 CPU (I just got a 980). In my case, I've managed to get my bios settings tweaked, having already read BigJohn's article, and the how to at the beginning of this thread. I'm just not clear on how to create the nvidia profile with all the settings in it. I do have ntune installed, and I did accept the license agreement to use that functionality...but from here on I'm kinda stuck. Is there a link to a step by step procedure for the ntune profile set up? Thanks!
If you're using Windows, check to make sure your power profile is set to High Performance. This is in Control Panel of the operating system. If this setting is not so, NVT won't expose the CPU multiplier listbox.

For you too, providing your system details would be useful to those of us that can extend help.
post #9269 of 12342
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i thinking...THIS MOTHERBOARD can suppotr PHENOM II X6???
The limitation is the currently available BIOS. There was an effort by someone to create a custom BIOS, but I never saw any positive confirmation that it was made to work.
post #9270 of 12342
I'm running a Phenom II 980, a GeForce 9600 GT, and a mixed bag of RAM. All of it is PC2-6400 DDR2...just some is Kingston and some Corsair. 6 GB in all.

Here's a screenshot of cpu-z, core temp, and the nvidia control panel...

http://i62.photobucket.com/albums/h8...tosettings.png

Anything else that I can provide, let me know...
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