Does anyone know how to overclock CPU on the weird BIOS on M4N68T-M-LE

Anyone has any experience on this?
It's like a completely different language
10 answers Last reply
More about does overclock weird bios m4n68t
  1. What CPU?
  2. Phenom II X4 955, but there are millions of guides for that, unfortunately I've never seen anything about this particular motherboard
    It has the weirdest looking bios in the world
  3. *edit*

    Is it a black edition?
  4. Lol yes, i HAVE OCed it before, but it's more like a makeshift overclock. Forget bios, overdrive doesnt even support this mobo
    I wanna do a proper reliable oc with NB,HT,Loadline properly set, but can't figure all tat out
  5. Lol yes, i HAVE OCed it before, but it's more like a makeshift overclock. Forget bios, overdrive doesnt even support this mobo
    I wanna do a proper reliable oc with NB,HT,Loadline properly set, but can't figure all tat out
  6. salh said:
    Lol yes, i HAVE OCed it before, but it's more like a makeshift overclock. Forget bios, overdrive doesnt even support this mobo
    I wanna do a proper reliable oc with NB,HT,Loadline properly set, but can't figure all tat out



    Don't make it harder than it has to be.

    Get some good cooling, adjust the multiplier, keep an eye on your voltage and temps, then enjoy your rig. (Your MB will increase voltage -on its own-when you increase the multiplier)

    The HT link only needs to be adjusted when you have locked multiplier, and the NB adjustments are generally for that last little sliver of performance, that you will only notice in benchmarks. -Generally not woth the trouble.
  7. uwaaanh :( then i'll never be a real overclocker!
  8. If it makes you feel any better, using the multi to OC still has risks. If you don't watch your temps, you could damage your CPU over time, and if you don't watch your voltages you could "let the smoke out" of your CPU. (Damage it in no time flat)

    So overclocking with the multi still requires some level of skill. (You may even need to run a negative offset voltage because MB's tend to get greedy with voltage when the multi goes up.)
  9. Z1NONLY said:
    If it makes you feel any better, using the multi to OC still has risks. If you don't watch your temps, you could damage your CPU over time, and if you don't watch your voltages you could "let the smoke out" of your CPU. (Damage it in no time flat)

    So overclocking with the multi still requires some level of skill. (You may even need to run a negative offset voltage because MB's tend to get greedy with voltage when the multi goes up.)

    I took this to 4.2(or 3) for benchmarking, got pretty hot. Back then i didnt know how to stability check, but if it could run long demanding benches, good enough for me
  10. Keep the voltage below 1.45v and the temps below 55C. (under full load)

    If it's unstable add a little voltage until you get to 1.45v or 55C.
Ask a new question

Read More

CPUs Overclocking BIOS