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    Question problems with overclocking.. need help urgently............

    hey guys I was ocing my system when increased the fsb somehow the multiplier got reduced to 5x from 9x..

    .I tried to bring it back both manually and even by setting it on auto but still it remains at 5x. Need Ur help...?

    C&Q is also disabled....

    My pc is amd 3000+ 939 Winchester and msi neo4 f nf4 board...

    Also forgot to mention I have updated my bios from 1.10 to 1.50 today.....

    There is no jumper setting on the mobo to flash it..... So I tried to remove the battery and replaced it. It now shows 9x...

    Could this be bcoz of the bios update or is their any other way out to solve the problem????????????

    http://img323.imageshack.us/img323/4774/cpuz7bx.jpg

    http://img323.imageshack.us/img323/1...ecentre6ig.jpg

    The above r the images when my pc is showing normal 1.8 GHz......

    http://img327.imageshack.us/img327/8...problem9jl.jpg

    http://img327.imageshack.us/img327/9...problem5mo.jpg

    These r the pics when my pc shows 1 GHz..... see if u can do anything about it... the multiplier changes only when I enter the bios and change anything.

    Whenever the multiplier goes down to 5x I have to remove the battery and replace it.

    How the hell should I overclock???????

    Thanks for Ur help in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhijitd316
    hey guys I was ocing my system when increased the fsb somehow the multiplier got reduced to 5x from 9x..

    .I tried to bring it back both manually and even by setting it on auto but still it remains at 5x. Need Ur help...?

    C&Q is also disabled....

    My pc is amd 3000+ 939 Winchester and msi neo4 f nf4 board...

    Also forgot to mention I have updated my bios from 1.10 to 1.50 today.....

    There is no jumper setting on the mobo to flash it..... So I tried to remove the battery and replaced it. It now shows 9x...

    Could this be bcoz of the bios update or is their any other way out to solve the problem????????????

    http://img323.imageshack.us/img323/4774/cpuz7bx.jpg

    http://img323.imageshack.us/img323/1...ecentre6ig.jpg

    The above r the images when my pc is showing normal 1.8 GHz......

    http://img327.imageshack.us/img327/8...problem9jl.jpg

    http://img327.imageshack.us/img327/9...problem5mo.jpg

    These r the pics when my pc shows 1 GHz..... see if u can do anything about it... the multiplier changes only when I enter the bios and change anything.

    Whenever the multiplier goes down to 5x I have to remove the battery and replace it.

    How the hell should I overclock???????

    Thanks for Ur help in advance

    Firstly, why did u want to move ur multi down to 5x? 9x is low enuf for any decent HTT overclock..

    The lowest I went on my 3500+ was 9x and it worked fine up to 295MHz HTT
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    He didn't reduce it on purpose.
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    ohh.. ehehehe.. sorry... me bad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by iranu
    He didn't reduce it on purpose.
    i didn't reduce the multiplier it itself got reduced and uit does not go back to 9x even if set manually.thts my problem.
    till i try out with the ocing options the multiplier sticks to 5x only on resetting the bios it goes back to 9x .
    what should i do?????????????????

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    why not flash ur mobo to an older bios and see if it helps... no point going higher on bios rev if its giving u all sorts of problems..
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    from what I have heard I would dump corecell for 1.

    I can't believe that MSI designed a board without a clear CMOS jumper.
    edit: according to the manual (2-25) it is a button SW1 to the side of the BIOS chip & below the SATA connectors.
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    how do i restore older bios version.
    and also i didn get what buff mentioned
    on the mobo their is no jumper to flash the bios everytime i need to remove the battery.
    did u mean their is some button for doing that???????????/

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    yeap... from what BUFF is writing.. yeap... umm.. well.. go visit MSI.. download a bios update (older than this problematic one).. flash the bios like how u did with this... and VOILA
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    Ok this doesn't relate but; holy crap that's a lot of question marks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abhijitd316
    and also i didn get what buff mentioned
    on the mobo their is no jumper to flash the bios everytime i need to remove the battery.
    1. Don't use MSI's Corecell to overclock - clockgen or BIOS are better.
    2. According to the manual I downloaded (sad amn't I?) there is no jumper but there is a ClearCMOS switch. It is labelled SW1 & is beside the BIOS chip & below the SATA connectors.

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    I'm running the Neo4 SLi board and the cmos button is the wee red button just below the cmos battery. Due to problems with the board and a venice core I'm using clockgen to overclock as the bios is woeful. Notice that the voltage is dropping down to just over 1v when the multi is dropping? some sort of cool and quiet or throttling problem?

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    ya right. dude the voltage drops and i need a solution to that. and i got the flash bios button.thanks.
    but help me out with my basic problem!! the multiplier....

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    hey guys why isnt anyone replying .
    this thing is killing me...............
    whats the use of an amd cpu which does not overclock?????

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    MSI's non-SLI NF4 boards are crap. I have had very bad luck with them and the RMA department is pretty slow and completely non-responsive. It took almost 2 weeks to get a replacement Neo4 Platinum from them and they did not answer a single email. They were also terrible on the phone. Keep in mind I live right down the street from the USA headquarters. Imagine if I was far from them?

    RMA the board and get an Asus A8N-E. You won't believe the difference.

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    dude i stay in india.thats besides china and i dont think that their is any office of msi in india.......
    sdo dont scare me like that............
    instead help me find a solution..........

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