i just upgraded my processor to this one AMD Phenom II X4 965 BlackEdition
my mainboard is : BIOSTAR NF520A2-TE (it is socket AM2+ but it still support this processor)
i updated today my BIOS and put my new processor and everything boot up fine , bios is under default optimized settings!
but look at this screenshot http://prntscr.com/qus1z
it runs on 800MHz while it is supposed to run 3.4GHz , really strange!
I don't know what to do...
its already under default and there is no option to change multiplier , maybe if i increase multiplier it will be normal, is there some tool for that?
i tried AMD OverDrive but it dont support my chipset nvidia... ((
You have cool and quiet enabled in the bios, that reading of 800Mhz is cool and quiet lowering the the core frequency of the cpu, As soon as you run an intensive program the clock speed rams up to the max the cpu can operate at and auto change the multiplier.
The other is the Fsb of the cpu is 200Mhz, so set that then you want a multiplyer of 17. 200x17=3400Mhz.
The stock speed of the BE. Next you need to set the right revision of silicone the cpu is using the stepping. And set the frequency Cpu DID to the right setting it wants.