Sottilde said:That's very, very cool. In bios, can you set the multi even higher? It may be that you even got stuck with something unlocked. In any case, I'd like to see what the max o/c is for this chip
cut me a little slack, look at my post count and try to guess what i'm aiming fortsuehpsyde said:Must be something in the water, all the Supreme's have a case of the stupids today.
He mentioned it defaulted to 9x as soon as he entered the BIOS...(cf)Eclipse said:skyy: can you increase the fsb in the bios without making the multi drop to where it should be?
(cf)Eclipse said:cut me a little slack, look at my post count and try to guess what i'm aiming for
burningrave: what you say seems to hit the nail on the head.. but the real question is why? i sorta touched on it, but without any real detail.
skyy: can you increase the fsb in the bios without making the multi drop to where it should be?
Heh--guys don't be so hard on each other, this is a good forum, probably one of the better tech-nerd ones. Of course it has idiots who don't read...but it's got way more experienced, tech-savvy geeks than most. I can't complain about [H].tsuehpsyde said:omfg, do you people read anything? Read the first fucking post.
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Okay, now on with the next OFMG WH3RE DO 1 GET ONEZ OF THEEZ TOO LOLZORS!!1!11111 post.
So is it prime stable at the 11x multi, or does it just run that speed by a glitch and is not actually stable?
i'll reiterate, because i have a suspicion that things are just misreporting, all you gotta do is run superpi 1m at 9x and "11x", to see if the cpu is really at 11x.. though if it's topping out at 220x11 with stock volts.. well, are you certain it's not the ram? 2.4ghz with stock volts kinda puts your core kinda low in the grand scheme of things(cf)Eclipse said:can you run some benches with the 11x multi and with the 9x multi?
So someone figures out why this is happening to his chip... or if it still is...mikelz85 said:I don't know why you brought this thread up from the grave, but I will respond to your post: