AMI BIOS

Where can i change the core speed and multiplier in an AMIBIOS?
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  1. What board are you using first of all?
  2. Asus P5KPL-CM
  3. Can someone help me? And btw here are some pics of my BIOS.
    http://s601.photobucket.com/albums/tt93/Jason761/BIOS/
  4. That's the CPU ratio settings... You need to change it from auto to any value you like the cpu clocked to...
  5. Change your AI overclocking setting to Manual
  6. chefboyeb said:
    That's the CPU ratio settings... You need to change it from auto to any value you like the cpu clocked to...

    I changed to 9 but when i went to CPU-Z i got 6.
    chefboyeb said:
    Change your AI overclocking setting to Manual

    Change it to manual then...?
  7. bump
  8. Go to cpu features and turn off intel speedstep... It allows the OS to control your multiplier and clock speeds...
  9. I can't find it can you elaborate?
  10. How to Lock Multiplier and turn off Speed Step

    Step 1
    Enter Bios

    Step 2
    Go to Advanced Tab

    Step 3
    CPU Configuration press Enter

    Step4
    CPU Ratio Adjustment set to whatever the max is for your CPU I beleive it is 9 for a Q6600

    Step 5
    Disable C1E Support

    Step 6
    If the Intel SpeedStep one is still there disable it. It should disapear though when you lock the multiplier to a set number.

    After you completed this you will have disabled speedstep completly.


    How To Overclock The CPU

    Preperations: Make sure you have adequate cooling for your case and processor

    Step 1
    On the same Advanced menu Go to JumperFree Configuration

    Step 2
    AI overclocking Set to Manual

    Step 3
    CPU Frequency-This Is the actual bus speed for your CPU so whatever you set this to you multiply it by your multiplier you just locked it too which I beleive will be 9. So lets say you want 3.0 GHZ. You will set this to 334mhz which will be multiplied by 9 will give you a clock speed of 3.0GHZ

    Now you should be overclocked when you save and restart the computer for now leave the voltages alone and let the bios set them If you become unstable you will have to raise the Vcore up a little the Max voltage intel recomends is 1.5volts so I would make sure I stay under that


    Good Luck hope this helps.
  11. saaiello said:
    You will set this to 334mhz which will be multiplied by 9 will give you a clock speed of 3.0GHZ

    I thought it was 333x9?
  12. 333 will give you 2997mhz technically not 3 ghz but yes that works too.
  13. Ok Thanks but In standby my cpu core temp is 50-55 in idle. Is it normal?
  14. That is a bit high is that at 3ghz you are getting those temps.
  15. Any sugestions?
  16. Better cooling should help bring that down...
  17. chefboyeb said:
    Better cooling should help bring that down...


    Can Modular PSU do any better?
  18. It helps with airflow but does nothing to keep your cpu running any cooler...
  19. Oh but i'm sure it might because before all this upgrading and messing around and hacking my mobo it was all fine. Like all the stock stuff. Cooled like 20 -30oC in idle.
    Now its horrible its like 40-50 in idle. My ambient temp is like room temperature normal room temp.
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