Originally Posted by jacqlittle
Change your HT Link multiplier, set it at 800MHz (x4) in the BIOS, so when you up your HTT to 250MHz it stays at 1000MHz wich is the recommended for your mobo,
Jacqlittle, just to clarify but isn't the stock HT Link speed for the Athlon II 2000Mhz?
Originally Posted by Krillzen
Okay problem is, i dont have a HT link multiplier, i have HT link Frequency, i set it back to normal and it still circulates around 1240.. My CPU Frequency(FSB i guess) is @ 250 now where can i find the multiplier?
I do however have a CPU Multiplier, @ 14x thats it?
Krillzen, I'm reading over your manual now and I don't see anything under the M.I.T. (MB Intelligent Tweaker) screen that has an option to change the HT Link speed via multiplier. Some Gigabyte boards have a hidden "Advanced" options screen so perhaps it's located in there. You can access this menu option by hitting the CTRL+F1 key.
You are on the right track to overclocking your Athlon II so don't give up. Raising the HT Clock speed is the correct procedure.