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I know this is a older CPU nowadays (Sob) but i was wondering how i could unlock the multiplyer on my ASUS K8V SE DE<br>
got 3ghz with 1.75V but not to stable and i had the ram at 2:1 so it was only running at 250mhz i want to run the ram at 400mhz or 440mhz but i can only get so far with FSB adjusting
 

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I know this is a older CPU nowadays (Sob) but i was wondering how i could unlock the multiplyer on my ASUS K8V SE DE<br />
got 3ghz with 1.75V but not to stable and i had the ram at 2:1 so it was only running at 250mhz i want to run the ram at 400mhz or 440mhz but i can only get so far with FSB adjusting

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</div>The multi is downward unlocked on the A64s. You shouldn't have use the higher multis to get a better OC. What speed rating is your memory rated for? If it is the DDR400 stuff, then you can run a lower divider to get those speeds up. If the memory is running at 200mhz, that means that it's at 400mhz DDR, which is stock. Perhaps I'm misunderstanding your question. Can you post a screen shot of CPU-Z? Also, having an odd number of memory sticks puts a strain on the memory controller and sometimes will decrease the speed of the memory as I see that you are running 1.5gb of memory. Try using just one pair of memory sticks. You may have less memory, but you'll probably get a better OC.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">I know this is a older CPU nowadays (Sob) but i was wondering how i could unlock the multiplyer on my ASUS K8V SE DE<br />
got 3ghz with 1.75V but not to stable and i had the ram at 2:1 so it was only running at 250mhz i want to run the ram at 400mhz or 440mhz but i can only get so far with FSB adjusting</div>

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</div>Dude I had that motherboard on my 64 2800, I had 1004 BIOS installed but for some resion SATA didnt work becuase Promise / VIA Confilting together. I only got 230Fsb. Than If I go to the max settings it still wont startup<img src="/images/smilies/frown.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Frown" class="inlineimg" />
 

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Can you tell me what settings you used to get it to boot at 3ghz? It would be greatly appreciated as I have that CPU and am having a lot of trouble getting to even 2.7 ghz stable. What core do you have?
 

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Its a newcastle the stepping is DH-CG stock speed is 2.4ghz right now its at 2.7ghz with 1.65v.<br />
i want more but i need to be able to change the mutiplyer<br />
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You might want to bump down you HTT to 3x for added stability. It usually isn't very stable over 850. Yeah those were the settings that I can get to boot into windows at 2.7 but I get memory errors and a crash. It the Corsair memory that is holding me back.
 

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memory is good. HT speed is good. eveything is ok at 2.7ghz but i want to get the multiplyer to 13 or 14 so i wont have to go 250x12 if i can get 14 i can use 215x14 or 230x13. I gess i cant unlock it with this board :\\
 
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