AMD Phenom 9850 BE Multiplyer?

Hi everyone,

I have a question I searched for and found some great information but my situation has one major difference....as stated in the subject I have a 9850 BE processor and I would like to OC. In BIOS I can adjust my clock speed (default 200) but am unable to adjust the multiplyer (it's greyed out). Additionally, I cannot seem to access the option to adjust my CPU voltage. Can anyone please assist? Again, I apologize if this is a stupid question or if there is information already out there but I've been searching for an hour or so and can't seem to find my situation.

Thanks,
Matt
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  1. what motherboard do you have?
  2. BIOS Type: Phoenix-Award
    BIOS Date: March 28th 2008
    BIOS ID: 03/28/2008-RX780-SB600-6A66AB09C-00-None
    BIOS OEM: A770 A2+ (A780A328 BF) - 6.00 PG
    Chipset: AMD 1200 rev 0
    SuperIO: Unknown
    Manufacturer: BIOSTAR Group
    Motherboard: A780X-A2
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional [64-bit AMD] Service Pack 1.0
    Maximum Memory: 2048MB
    Installed Memory: 4096MB
    Memory Config: Slot1:2048 Slot2:2048 Slot3:0 Slot4:0
  3. also, if you could take a picture of the screen where overclocking takes place that could help.

    from what i found your motherboard does support overclocking...if you still cant figure anything out by doing a google search, try calling biostar. they might be able to help you out.
  4. redline06sc said:
    Hi everyone,

    I have a question I searched for and found some great information but my situation has one major difference....as stated in the subject I have a 9850 BE processor and I would like to OC. In BIOS I can adjust my clock speed (default 200) but am unable to adjust the multiplyer (it's greyed out). Additionally, I cannot seem to access the option to adjust my CPU voltage. Can anyone please assist? Again, I apologize if this is a stupid question or if there is information already out there but I've been searching for an hour or so and can't seem to find my situation.

    Thanks,
    Matt


    Start computor Hit Delete key to enter cmos, arrow down to cpu overclocking at the bottom hit enter look at the top it should selected normal hit enter select manual hit enter make your ajustment there I have a a770 A2+ I run auto at 8xx runs fine
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