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    Default Re: Need help for a confused guy

    You likely need to increase the vcore (processor voltage) slightly. You also may need to decrease the HTT multiplier (not the same as the CPU multiplier), which will start at 5x.

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    Default Re: Need help for a confused guy

    ?? Anyone? Are everybody dead? :/

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    Default Re: Need help for a confused guy

    Uh... look above you...

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    I can't find the "HTT multiplier". What if my motherboard doesn't have it?

    P.S My internet connection just amazes me that it was so lagged that it didn't show your post where you have replied.....
    Last edited by braiNbug; 11-08-2005 at 02:42 AM.

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    Hmm... I don't have an Athlon 64 system of my own yet so I can't tell you what it might be in there. Look around for a value that starts as 5x. It will need to be lowered to 4x and possibly even 3x. But try raising voltage by a small step first.

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    Found it. It was sth like LDT bus , not the HTT. So now my system runs @ 2.4 Ghz :) but i had to decrease ram cas latency to 3 & frequency to 266 :( Oh well no problems so far... ;)

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    Default Re: Need help for a confused guy

    Try increasing the RAM voltage and decreasing (you increased it, not decreased it) the CAS latency to 2.5 or 2. Also, if you used settings similar to what I said earlier and are using PC3200 RAM, there should be no need to change the CAS latency.

    In any case, Google and download a program called Prime95. It has a burn-in program which is extremely good for testing the stability of overclocks.

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