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post #1 of 36
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Hello,
This is my second post and I have a problem...
Sorry for my bad english, I'm a dutchman and only 15 years old.

I've bought this setup for my first time overclocking.
AMD Sempron 145 C3
Asrock 880G Extreme3
Kinston Valueram 1333mhz CL9 2GB (1GB + 1GB)
Revoltec Pipetower Pro
Windows 7 32bit

Yesterday I began for my first time overclocking. I've already read a lot.
But I have quikly a problem.

If I change the HT Ref clock to 201 my motherboard gives an error 00.

This were my start settings
Vcore: 1.35V
cpu/nb voltage: 1.2v
ht link voltage: 1.1v
dram voltage: 1.57v (1.50v stock)
Sb voltage: Auto

PCIe Frequentie: 100mhz

CPU multiplier: 14
cpu/nb multiplier: 10
ht link multiplier: 10
memory multiplier: 3.333

If i raise the voltage it still won't boot

So I set the ht ref clock back to 200 on the same settings
and I boot to windows7.

Start Asrock OC tweaker and set the ht ref clock to 205 and i can run superpi 1M stable
So I still higher my ht ref clock to 210: stable
ht ref clock: 215 (stable)
ht ref clock: 220 (stable)
ht ref clock: 225 (stable)
.
.
ht ref clock: 249 (stable)
ht ref clock: 250 (not stable I cant run superpi 1M)

So I raise my voltage's in steps:
this were the settings where I stop
Vcore: 1.5v bios (1.52 cpu-z)
cpu/nb voltage: 1.4v
ht link voltage: 1.31v
dram voltage: 1.57v
SB voltage: auto

I've also change my multipliers
cpu multiplier: 11
nb multiplier: 8
ht link multiplier: 8
memory multiplier: 1

This is what I think: I'm on a wall or do I forget a setting?
The cpu, cpu/nb, ht-link, memory arn't the bottleneck because they run at stock or understock
with a ht ref clock at 250mhz

who can help me with my 2 problems
1. Can't change the ht ref clock in bios. The multiplier, voltage, ... can I change but ht ref clock not!
2. Can't pass 250 HTRef Clock in Windows 7 with Asrock OC Tuner.

Greetings
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post #2 of 36
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Is here on this forum nowbody that can help me
I also can't set in the bios the ht ref clock down. Same error 00

help!
Edited by Scorpia - 1/3/11 at 12:01pm
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pleas help me
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pleas help me
Does your BIOS allow you to unlock your CPU? because there should be another disabled core on your CPU so you should be able to have 2 cores running
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Yes he allow this. I will give it a try, and thanks for the reaction
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Yes he allow this. I will give it a try, and thanks for the reaction
No probs, I thought you should try unlocking the CPU before you try overclocking it as well. You will get alot more performance

[EDIT] btw... What cooler are you using?
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see start post for cooler or the system down of my post. I've already unlockt the cpu but I've bought this system for my first time overclocking. But I can't change the ht ref clock in the bios.
201mhz it gives a errorcode 00 on the debugscreen on the motherboard
199mhz it gives a errorcode 00 on the debugscreen on the motherboard

200mhz it works fine.

In windows 7 with Asrock OC tweaker i can change the ht ref clock in the bios not

I can change the voltage multipliers and everything you wan't but the ht ref clock not
Edited by Scorpia - 1/4/11 at 7:34am
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Originally Posted by Scorpia View Post
see start post for cooler or the system down of my post. I've already unlockt the cpu but I've bought this system for my first time overclocking. But I can't change the ht ref clock in the bios.
201mhz it gives a errorcode 00 on the debugscreen on the motherboard
199mhz it gives a errorcode 00 on the debugscreen on the motherboard

200mhz it works fine.

I can change the voltage multipliers and everything you wan't but the ht ref clock not
Try changeing the memory timings to CL9 and try to keep it around closest to 1333MHz or a little lower, you can go higher but a little more DRAM voltage may be needed. possibley 1.6-1.65V

CPU put that at 1.45V, CPU-NB at 1.32V, NB 1.3V, HT 1.25V

try in 5-10mhz increments to see how stable it is and keep increaseing your FSB until it crashes, you might need more voltage then.

Try to keep HT speed around default if possible

[EDIT] "Caution" you can set your CPU at 1.45V if you want, but keep an eye on the temps. 1.45V is perfectley safe....
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if you read my start post i've already did that stuff.
set the mutlipliers also the multiplier of the memory lower. So he is underclockt and I can't change the ht ref clock in the bios. Even to 195mhz it gives the same errorcode.

This are the voltage i've already tried
vcore: 1.5v
cpu/nb: 1.4v
memory voltage: 1.57v
ht-link voltage: 1.31v
sb voltage: auto

pcie frequetie: 100mhz

and still if I change the ht ref clock higher or lower it also give that errorcode 00 on the debugscreen on the motherboard

I just can't change the ht reference clock in the bios. On 200mhz it boot but higher or lower = error
Edited by Scorpia - 1/4/11 at 7:43am
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Originally Posted by Scorpia View Post
if you read my start post i've already did that stuff.
set the mutlipliers also the multiplier of the memory lower. So he is underclockt and I can't change the ht ref clock in the bios. Even to 195mhz it gives the same errorcode.
Sorry, It's such a long post that I'm trying to remember everything and trying to sort it for you lol.

Anyway's I'm really not sure as I'm not familiar with that board.

My motherboard tell's me that my HT is running at 2000MHz "OC to 2100MHz", or are you mistaken by the 200MHz? I'm quite confused as I'm not entirely 100% professional with overclocking.

When you overclock the CPU the HT goes up as well? can you can't lower it back down to 200?
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