Thanks ahead of time for taking the time to check out my post.
I've managed to over clock my cpu (phenom II x4 940 black ed.) by means of changing the fsb to 243 which brought me to about 3610 mhz (multiplier is defaulted at x15).
My problem is that I want to change the multiplier but when i do, it doesn't do anything, it just stays at x15 regardless of the fact the text in bios reads x22 or whatever i set it as.
Also, I can't seem to figure out how to enable cpu overclocking in my bios. Areas such as CPU Voltage are disabled and I can't touch them, which is really pissing me off because i can get my clock higher but i can't get enough power to the cpu.
Please ensure you have at least bios revision 0602(better to have the newest, but if you have earlier then this, that may be the issue).
Under "JumperFree"(in Advanced)
Did you set AI Tuning to Manual. If you do not, all settings will be un-changeable
With a BE(Black Edition) cpu, you should first use the multiplier to find the max stable speed then you can drop it and use the fsb to get there. Some just go multiplier for those cpus as its fast and easy without worrying about other settings.