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Hello,
I have searched high and low for the answer to this question. I've spent round about 2 hours now. I am running AMD's Athlon 64 3800+ "Venice" processor with Pheonix Award BIOS. I am attempting to overclock the CPU, but when i enter the BIOS the "CPU Speed" is the only available thing and it is greyed out. No multiplyer or Bus speed that i can see... Any help?
 

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Either the MB has no options or you have to change something from Auto to the likes of User or spmething.
System Specs can be added via the USER CP at the top of the page
 

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You need to provide your motherboard model. Pheonix Award BIOS is used on many many motherboards, and the basic Pheonix Award BIOS program is customized by the manufacturer to reflect the settings they want, so two motherboards with Pheonix Award BIOS can have completely differant settings.
 

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mmk, this is what i got (i hope i put the right stuff down):

On a Compaq Presario SR1930Z

Motherboard
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Manufacturer: ASUSTek Computer INC.
Model: NAGAMI2 v2.00
Chipset: GeForce6150

BIOS
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Brand: Pheonix Technologies, LTD
Version: 3.10

Memory
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1024 MB DDR Dual Channel

CPU
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Name: AMD Athlon 64 3800+ ("Venice") 939 Socket
Current Core Speed: ~2407/2408 MHz
Multiplier: x12/0
Bus Speed: 200.7 MHz

Thanks!
 

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It's actually an Asus board with 6150 chipset but all the possible tweaking options have been taken out of the bios. You might be able to flash it with a real Asus bios but I would NOT recommend it! It might not boot again!
 

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well dang. think i can overclock the memory? i assume the "video card" (onboard) is out of the question then too which is fine cause i am gonna invest in a new one haha (a new video card)
 
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