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OverClock AMD 965 on Asus M4N68T ?

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November 24, 2012 7:50:36 AM

How i can make a good overclock on my AMD Phenom 2 x4 965 from 3,4 to 4,0 ? i use noctua noctua d14 and my motherboard is Asus M4N68T
i make a photo of my bios can you say me what settings i must to do

November 25, 2012 7:07:29 AM

At CPU Frequency just write 19 and it will set at 4.0 GHZ, but try set all your fans on turbo for better cooling.
Aw yea, i forgot, i don't know i didn't try that before (i have the same CPU like yours) but a few says it better to set your CPU voltage at 1.5, but at mine i didn't change anything and the overclocking went well.
November 25, 2012 7:15:37 AM

cpu /nb frequency ?

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November 25, 2012 7:29:31 AM

nono, that is something else that you don't need to change, the first one CPU overcloking, type 19 and TADA.

But watch... i tried myself to overclock it at 4.0 and it's little higher, it restarts my PC, it shows me a blue screen sometime... i recommend you to overclock it at 18 or 18.5 but not more.
November 25, 2012 7:33:39 AM

And don't freak if it will fail, you can easily get into BIOS again, and change it to original state.
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November 25, 2012 6:34:44 PM

Ahem...4.0 GHz is x20 at a 200 MHz BCLK ...
Settings should be as follows

CPU OC : Manual
PCIE OC: DISABLE OR NONE Base value should be 100 MHz

Processor Frequency Multiplier: x20
CPU/NB: 2600 MHz
HT Overvolt: Manual 1.1v -1.2v
CPU Overvoltage: Manual 1.475v - 1.5v
VDDNB Overvolt: Manual 1.15v -1.22v
Load line Calibration: Extreme (Enabled)

Leave the RAM as is for the time being..

These are just guideline that have worked for me in the past on customers computers with numerous different AMD 965 BE set-ups as well as my own 965 comps...BTW...If your MOBO allows it with the Noctua you should be able to get 4.2 GHz out of it no problem

@poisonjuke-->It is simple math my friend...200MHz x 19 = 3.9 GHz
November 25, 2012 8:05:14 PM

and if i put 210 mhz what happends ? i see on youtube they put 210 ..
November 25, 2012 8:20:20 PM

on Load line Calibration dont exist extreme its only with 0% - 100%
and at cpu/nb is x1 x2 x3 and more like that
November 25, 2012 8:25:01 PM

lowjack989 said:
Ahem...4.0 GHz is x20 at a 200 MHz BCLK ...
Settings should be as follows

CPU OC : Manual
PCIE OC: DISABLE OR NONE Base value should be 100 MHz

Processor Frequency Multiplier: x20
CPU/NB: 2600 MHz
HT Overvolt: Manual 1.1v -1.2v
CPU Overvoltage: Manual 1.475v - 1.5v
VDDNB Overvolt: Manual 1.15v -1.22v
Load line Calibration: Extreme (Enabled)

Leave the RAM as is for the time being..

These are just guideline that have worked for me in the past on customers computers with numerous different AMD 965 BE set-ups as well as my own 965 comps...BTW...If your MOBO allows it with the Noctua you should be able to get 4.2 GHz out of it no problem

@poisonjuke-->It is simple math my friend...200MHz x 19 = 3.9 GHz


Dude, i thought it was that way, it was similar like mine but i have a newer motherboard (M5A97) and at mine i just need to set the ratio.
November 26, 2012 9:08:23 AM


lowjack989 can you tell me what pot on Load line Calibration because there is no extreme its only with 0% - 100% and at cpu/nb is x1 x2 x3 and more like that :??: 
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November 27, 2012 11:26:54 AM

Set LLC to 100%
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