Just built up this new rig for a buddy and trying to OC it for him. In the BIOS, I drop the multi (Hammer Fid) to 8 or 9 but when I get into Windows and load CPUZ, it says that the multi is still at 10. I can use Crystal CPUID to change the multi and it registers with CPUZ but I just can't change it in the BIOS. What's the deal? Do I need to flash the BIOS or something? I've only been able to OC by increasing the fsb, but I really want to be able to determine the individual maxes of the components.
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2/9/06 at 9:19am