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you doing 10X300?
Just wondering on HOW to change the multiplier?

I cannot change it in BIOS... drives me nuts!
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post #22 of 28
It should be under cpu configuration, On all of my Intel motherboards it looks like this:




CPU Frequency Control:


FSB.......................300



Multiplier................x10=3000Mhz

then I can just select the multiplier, hit enter or backspace and Key in a new value. The E2180's Max Multi is 10.
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With my Gigabyte mobo, I can change the CPU clock, but the multiplier cannot be changed from the set value of x10....

BSEL mod is next, push it to 1033... we'll see....
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post #24 of 28
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What air cooling are you using? stock cooler or something aftermarket.

It took me 1.5V to get to 3.0 on my E2180.

Its also not a pentium D, Its a Intel Pentium Dual Core E2180

G'day mate....

I have crept up my CPU voltage (1.4V), and clock speeds... only to get walled at 2.6Ghz.. when rebooting from BIOS, have you ever had the message of Boot from CD/DVD Disc Boot Failure, Insert System disc and Press Enter...

Lowering the clock, back to say 2.5Ghz, system continues to boot to OS ok...
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Is the CD drive set to first in the boot menu? If it is, you can change your harddrive so it is first.

That option is usually in the boot or basic settings of all BIOS.
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I have the same board and chip, I am able to max out at 3000mhz stable for pi runs at 1.5v. I run 24/7 at 266 mhz fsb, memory at 800mhz, stock volts or undervolted cpu on the stock cooler. Use manual voltage control other wise it will give you crazy voltages when you overclock. I have all of the power saving features enabled. If it doesn't want to clock that high, or shows some wrong info in the bios, then unplug your pc, and reset cmos and try again. I also run a 40mm fan zip tied to the little heatsink under the cpu, and that seems to help keep things stable. There is a way to get the bios to show memory timings as well, its ctrl + f2 or f3 maybe f4, try em, do it when your in the bios and it will blink, and show memory timings in the overclocking menu. good luck.

oh wait I have just the s3g, not the Es3g, well uhhh, good luck anyway.
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post #27 of 28
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Is the CD drive set to first in the boot menu? If it is, you can change your harddrive so it is first.

That option is usually in the boot or basic settings of all BIOS.
Hi Dylan,

yeah I have made sure all of those were set, and were set at HDD booting 1st... this only occurs when pushing the OC up beyond 2.61 Ghz, thanks for the pointers tho! Good call none the less...

Im thinking I may have to approach or find ppl with the same MOBO as me.. the Gigabyte GA-945GCM-S2L . will have a looksee for any newer BIOS releases...
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I have the same board and chip, I am able to max out at 3000mhz stable for pi runs at 1.5v. I run 24/7 at 266 mhz fsb, memory at 800mhz, stock volts or undervolted cpu on the stock cooler. Use manual voltage control other wise it will give you crazy voltages when you overclock. I have all of the power saving features enabled. If it doesn't want to clock that high, or shows some wrong info in the bios, then unplug your pc, and reset cmos and try again. I also run a 40mm fan zip tied to the little heatsink under the cpu, and that seems to help keep things stable. There is a way to get the bios to show memory timings as well, its ctrl + f2 or f3 maybe f4, try em, do it when your in the bios and it will blink, and show memory timings in the overclocking menu. good luck.

oh wait I have just the s3g, not the Es3g, well uhhh, good luck anyway.
Not sure if thats aimed at me, but.. :-) I see in your specs you listed at 2.66, that about where I am.. hah! I am yet to unplug and reset the CMOS -> next step when i shut down... ta for that... Just curious, correct me if Im wrong, doesnt the FSB clocking speed ramp up as well as pushing CPU speed? perhaps we have differnt BIOS. E2180 (as I see it) as fixed Multiplier of x10. for me to OC, I change the CPU clocking speed, ie 230 x 10 = 230 Mhz, but this also changes the FSB speed too..;. is there a limit to the speed 800 Mhz RAM can work to before bombing out?? Or am I on the completly wrong track??

Will do a search on E2180 and my particular mobo and see what comes of it... Party on....
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