Originally Posted by anti-clockwize
Quick and dirty with that chip. If below does not run, try multiplier of 20.
set bclk to 200
set multiplier to 21
set vcore to 1.4
set qpi/vccio to 1.375
set ram to rated voltage
set ram freq to 1600mhz
set primary timings to ram specs.
First of all I'm sorry I was gone for so long, just other stuff and I haven't had the time to try anything.
Unfortunate not I'm afraid, as I said I'm a complete noob and even by googling every option I had in my "cell menu" I couldn't find some of the things you said.
Now some new things I tried this morning:
Googled about those "OC switches" and tried them nothing worked plus a lot of people are hating on them and saying that it's not worth the hassle.
Tried removing some of my ram, that was just some random one ( removed 4 sticks, left 2 hyperx fury in there that should be running at base 1666 (appetantly they should be self boosting aswell) I think but the post and bios say they are at 1066??) (went from 16 to 8 gb now, not really a problem for me if I get the CPU to oc)
Attached is the post screen, paused, aswell as the whole "cell menu" in the bios" (the cpu vcore is changing on its own, which i would guess is **** for oc?
As the title said I'm a complete noob with this and just want to save some bucks from having to buy a newer cpu just so I could have some more speed