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That is a really cool utility...

but I cannot increase voltages past the cruel 1.325 mark.


Thanks for your help.
I'll just have to settle for the 3150 mhz
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ok thank for all information, but i only need the speed of processor in stock is 3.4ghz no more,, i only ask for PhenomMSRT because you each time say me and recommend me PMT but in last message you talk me about Nvtool , i say ..what?? this man defensor of PMT ,talk me about of Nvtool?, is only smile me, jaj a joke.
ok i not need OC, only stock but very stable in 3.4ghz.
for the MEMORY, for moment have 512*2 of 800, but i go to this line, i can upgrade to 5gb,(2*512"have now" + 2*2gb next time) or change this line and go to 1066 in 6 or 8gb but this depend of $$,but no have big difference, between 800/1066,and i think 5gb is very good,for w7 and games.
remember, only stock speed, just have decide between PMT or Ntools,i no need very scientific, in other moment i learn very all information, i do a OC in the past and study all about a MOBO and processor,but now i not want difficulty,need more easy and work good and stable.
jej my last OC is a TXpro II 3.2v with a AMD k6-2 450mhz,last this is a TXproII with a 233mmx to 266mhz,but is Soket7 can by update to amd k6-3 500/550mhz, then i put a k6-2 450Mhz to 500+/-....but in 2005 year, now, i in other themes no have much time for study in deep. thank for all in this weekend, i go try change processor, and install wxp w7 and ubuntu, only need a partner for pmt/nvtool and values and where put this values
example:configuration stable for use with PhemonMSRT AND/OR, a configuration stable for use with Nvdiatools+bios.....
thank for support me

No problem/.

I suggested NVTools last time only because it is a quick way to set the CPU multiplier. Since you have that working now, that is always there for you.

But the reason I suggest PMT is because of better power and performance management. Do you understand what I mean when I say this?


yes i do, but Nvida control panel i needed =, for Nvideocard and chipset no?, but only put values in PMT,


aaaa with my bios only can change ASUSUpdate , becasuse with Asus EZ2 i cant, i showyou the popup banners showme in last messge, iuse Asusupdate and i can, in first time i scaryy shotdown...i cant run ..i do Cmos and all restart ....and run...

NEXT STEPS "put new processor and set values". and in tow ways...pmt /nvtools
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Gyro et Al....

Just a quick question concerning memory support on the M2N32-SLI Deluxe....I've been running a Phenom II 940 stable at 3.6Ghz for some time now thanks to the wealth of info on this thread. I'm running the 5002 BIOS and was tinkering with the SLI ready memory settings (now running MAXCPU OC memory setting on 4gb of Corsair XMS2 PC2-6400 for 4-4-4-12 timings @2.1v) however I noticed that one of the BIOS memory parameters appears to show support for PC2-8500, i.e DDR2 1066Mhz memory. (sorry can't remember which setting but its definately there)

Is this correct? I know the board supports 8Gb of memory so could I install 8Gb of PC2-8500 memory for example? Trawling through a google search implies in the odd thread or two that its possible.

I'm hopeful of a definitive YES......
    
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Gyro et Al....
Just a quick question concerning memory support on the M2N32-SLI Deluxe....I've been running a Phenom II 940 stable at 3.6Ghz for some time now thanks to the wealth of info on this thread. I'm running the 5002 BIOS and was tinkering with the SLI ready memory settings (now running MAXCPU OC memory setting on 4gb of Corsair XMS2 PC2-6400 for 4-4-4-12 timings @2.1v) however I noticed that one of the BIOS memory parameters appears to show support for PC2-8500, i.e DDR2 1066Mhz memory. (sorry can't remember which setting but its definately there)
Is this correct? I know the board supports 8Gb of memory so could I install 8Gb of PC2-8500 memory for example? Trawling through a google search implies in the odd thread or two that its possible.
I'm hopeful of a definitive YES......

AM2+ cpu's are limited to 1dimm per channel at 1066,so if you run 4 sticks it will downclock to 800, so not much point in running 4 sticks of 1006.
You can run 2x2gb of 1066 though,or 4x2gb of 800.
AM3 cpu's on the otherhand I think could probably run 4 sticks of 1066.(better IMC).

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post #9576 of 12343
Given the amount of discussion recently about how to setup AM3 processors using PhenomMSRTweaker (PMT), I thought an illustration of a running system might be useful.

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This may be the coolest (pardon the pun) part of using PMT. Note the lower settings and the corresponding core temps.

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Edited by gr8sho - 12/10/11 at 6:10am
post #9577 of 12343
Might gives your settings a go gr8sho if my computer starts becoming unstable again
post #9578 of 12343
If you don't mind, click the MyProfile button at the top of the web page and navigate to where you need to enter your Rig details. Will be helpful to those of us that offer help.
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Might gives your settings a go gr8sho if my computer starts becoming unstable again
Also for Cesar and others that are looking at setting up their new AM3 chip.

The settings I'm sharring are more aggressive than what you are using now, so I wouldn't suggest trying them unless you are comfortable now.

The nature of overclocking is truly one of experimentation as it is based on empirical results of the parts we are attempting to setup. As was said often here, the M2N32 is a fine candidate for overclocking.

What we do know is that AMD has rated the 965BE chip to work reliably up to 1.5V. A general rule of thumb you've heard here is to supply the minimum amount of voltage to reliably run the CPU. However I would temper that with an additional positive margin when running the machine in high performance mode because you don't want any unforeseen dips in power supply to ruin your gaming experience.
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Let me say a little more about my BIOS settings, based on the latest available 5002 level from Asus, Because PMT is able to directly manipulate machine state registers from within Windows, I'm able to modify fewer settings in BIOS itself and leave PMT to do the needed work. When I get a chance to upload some pictures to the website, I will show the evidence. In my current setup, the only settings I'm using for the CPU section are:

JumperFree Configuration screen: CPU Frequency ___________ 254 (*)
Advanced Voltage Control screen: CPU Vcore Offset Voltage __ Enabled (**)
Chipset screen: CPU <--> MCP55 HT Speed ________________ 4X (***)


Notes:
* this is the base speed that governs the FSB, this part of the system sees a 25% performance increase and is noticeable.
** I finally found a use for this feature, and allows me to keep more separation between the NB voltage and the CPU Core voltage. It is necessary to increase the NB voltage to run the FSB at a higher speed but not quite as high as Vcore itself. PMT for AM2 boards can't manipulate the two voltages independently as it would appear in the GUI, so we have to consider the relationship of both voltages together.
*** HT Link only needs to operate at 1000MHz, and because of the first item being increased, we can back down this multiplier to hold the proper frequency

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To complete the overclock experience and as i have written before, because the base frequency of the M2N32 has been increased, it is necessary to manage other areas of the system manually, and so the last major subsystem to talk about is handling of the DRAM itself. Since there is so much variety in this area, I would simply say that you want to manually set in BIOS the SPD values for the timings of your DRAM, that is, 5-5-5-18-24 2T as an example in my case, and it would also likely be necessary to step down the DRAM speed in BIOS. Again in my case the cheap DRAM I'm using is rated at DDR2 800, but to hold the DRAM speed at a working value, I had to drop the speed in BIOS to DDR2 667. While this may sound counter-intuitive, the DRAM still ends up running at higher than stock speed because of the base overclocking. In this example, stock speed is 800, but after overclock settings are applied, the DRAM is actually running at 830 MHz.
post #9580 of 12343
Hi! I'm sure this is a redundant question that you guys get quite often, but I am in desperate need of help!

Hardware:

M2N32 SLI-Deluxe+ Phenom II x4 965 BE

Having trouble getting the core clock speed up to stock.

Haven't been able to use NVidia / PMT to get the correct clock speeds.

How can I get the up to at least 3.4Ghz?


If you guys can point me in the right direction, I would be very thankful,
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