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This is my first post on here and I thought I would post my cpu-z and ask if anyone has gotten to 3.2 or > on my mobo. I also sometimes hear the windows kerplunk from time to time. Activities vary when it makes that sound. Any thoughts/ideas? Thanks for the help in advance.
This was my first build.
For some reason cpu-z shows fsb at 203 and not 204. Bios shows cpu at 3.16.



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post #392 of 587
Hello guys,

I just set up my wife's computer using a 7750, and ran some diagnostics to give it a look. I'm not an overclocking expert, but it looks like maybe the system is throtteling the CPU to a slower speed... could this be the case? The multiplier seems way lower than it's supposed to be.

Here is the info in the attachment. Any info would be much appreciated.
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Hello guys,

I just set up my wife's computer using a 7750, and ran some diagnostics to give it a look. I'm not an overclocking expert, but it looks like maybe the system is throtteling the CPU to a slower speed... could this be the case? The multiplier seems way lower than it's supposed to be.

Here is the info in the attachment. Any info would be much appreciated.
Its called AMD Cool'N Quiet You can usually disable this in Bios.
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post #394 of 587
Hi everyone.
new to the forums, and decided to start here since this is my first real build that i
started to oc..
heres a cple of captures while running prime95, speed fan and cpu-z

i know its a cheapo board (Biostar A760G M2+, it was part of the combo)
but i was wondering what your guys take on it is..

raised the multi to 14.5 and the bus to 211 and the voltage to 1.296
anything more(as far as the bus goes) it crashes(after stress testing) and resets.
don't really wanna risk changing the voltage anymore,
and because this mobo is kinda cheap..
well thats what i'm afraid of. should i push it? =x
oh i'm runnin windows 7


post #395 of 587
Try bumping the volts up a little at a time till you find where it is stable at the OC you want. These can be hungry and there a vcore wall that can be a problem around 3.2, at least for me. I got to 3.0 to 3.1 set cou volt to auto and it was reading 1.34-1.38. Make sure you watch temps.

Read the forums, all of them. They are a great resource.

Good Luck!
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
250GB/500GB/400GB LG Super Multi Windows Home premium 64 Bit ACER 22" LCD 
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post #396 of 587
I've come to the conclusion my case is garbage for the Zalman CNPS 9700. Temperatures are ridiculous because the fan can't get any air intake. Gonna try to get an Antec Nine/Twelve Hundred and a Gigabyte mobo, which will get me more overclocking options and better airflow.
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Zeifer, something like this would be great for your case and your 9700. I had the same problem with my old coolermaster case & 9500, and this solved it.
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I first got mine together I just went into the good ole BIOS, Multiplier @ 16.5 vcore @1.40 adjusted the memory timing and it booted right up and has ran good for months now ( Built in January )


    
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AMD Athlon 7750 Black Edition Biostar TForce8200 A2+ VisionTek HD3870 OC 512mb 2x1gb Corsair Dominator DDR2 1066 
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Parts used:
Antec 900
MSI DKA790GX Platinum
7750BE
2 x 1 gb crucial ballistix 1066 kit
Scythe Mugen 2
Yate loon 120mm medium speed
550w bfg modular
80gb WD Sata hdd


OC's reached:
3300 MHZ ( not prime95 stable )
3199.95 MHZ ( prime95 stable )

Screens:


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Thread Starter 
Can the OP make this thread a 7750/7850 thread???

Both the same processor, one with a slightly higher multiplier at stock, but NOT higher binned.
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