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Editing your NB is not easy, and will require some good old fashioned spit and shine. But it can be done if the option is not available to you normally.

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NB Register = Bus#0 Device#24 Function#3 Offset D4h (32bit access mode) , Bit 0,1,2,3,4 (5bit)

NB clock = 200 x (NbFid + 4).
*NBFid = in decimal

Bit = Hex = Decimal = NB Speed calculation
00001b = 1h = 1 = NB clock 200x (1+4) = 1000MHz
00010b = 2h = 2 = NB clock 200x (2+4) = 1200MHz
00011b = 3h = 3 = NB clock 200x (3+4) = 1400MHz
00100b = 4h = 4 = NB clock 200x (4+4) = 1600MHz
00101b = 5h = 5 = NB clock 200x (5+4) = 1800MHz
00111b = 6h = 6 = NB clock 200x (6+4) = 2000MHz
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11011 = 1Bh = 27 = NB clock 200x (27+4) = 6200MHz



after setting it up.. you need to restart to make the NB speed change
 

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Nice, rep+.

Any way of editing something to move up the CPU multi with this? even the Ht Ref. Clock would be helpful because my backup rig won't let me OC in the BIOS, without crashing, and the chipset isn't supported in SetFsb or any other program I tried.
 

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Nice, rep+.

Any way of editing something to move up the CPU multi with this? even the Ht Ref. Clock would be helpful because my backup rig won't let me OC in the BIOS, without crashing, and the chipset isn't supported in SetFsb or any other program I tried.
I can look into it.

What is the Chipset/Board?
 

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I can't just move my HT/NB Freq up/down in my BIOS?

& work with the best voltages

You can, but not all BIOS can.

Some DFI boards do not allow for NB FID control in the BIOS, and some old AM2 mobos that were updated to AM2+ lack the options as well.
 

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I understand this only works w/32 bit OS's correct. I was gonna try to use this on my Destroyer but I only have 64 bit OS's.
 

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I understand this only works w/32 bit OS's correct. I was gonna try to use this on my Destroyer but I only have 64 bit OS's.


It is possible to get this working in 64bit, it is just untested at the time.

If you would like to be a guinea pig I would be much obliged.
 

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Sorry Tator but I don't think I have the inclination to make it happen w/o multiple problems/retries/frustrations.
 

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Sorry Tator but I don't think I have the inclination to make it happen w/o multiple problems/retries/frustrations.
Trust me, it works that way for everyone.

The professionals just make it look easy.

Or sometimes we get lucky and it is just that easy.
 

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How about my 890FX for am3+ future, Buldozer. I use AMD PII X4 945 with OC 3.9Ghz.?
You don't need this tool as your board has NB Multi changes inside of it.
 

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For Master Tator NB multi, Is this my computer spec has stabilized what has not? Is there a trick OC that well just to servicing software for mobile phones. Please enlightened boss
Unstable overclocks can be a number of things. Your best option is to create a thread and list all the details of your Overclock so multiple members can give you input and help you out.
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Oh so master Tator ... already 1 month I purchased from ASROCK Mobo 890FX D5. What I OC settings in BIOS UEFI version 1:40

set auto clock with a choice in highlights, dg 3.9Ghz VID 1450 and RAM 1040 [Auto] NB 10x 2600Mhz, HT link 1800, and NB VID 1250. How to Master the response, which was above the OC settings.

Once inside the Windows 7 x64 ... several hours [6 hours] without the blue screen problem, when I select OC 4.2Ghz experiencing a bug in bluescreen, the possibility of true RAM memory .. yes master.

NB A good and how the optimal clock?
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