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post #11 of 15
Read the guides on here for overclocking, especially since your going to have to use the HT Ref. clock instead of multipliers like me.

It's OK, just because it failed, it's not over. You'll just need to go back and re-configure your settings. There's "STICKY" threads on overclocking, I suggest you read those, as everyone will recommend them also.

Let us know.
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i dont have a ht multiplier though
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I dont have an ht multiplier!???
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I bet ya do, do you have a frequency setting for it? It should say ####MHz and you can change the numbers (the speed of it), it is the same as a multiplier, it just looks a little different.
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Im pretty sure i have only north bridge and ht volt. No frequency
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