Some motherboards try to cheat in an effort to unlock the CPU multiplier, but in most instances involving typical retail CPUs, you can't unlock the multiplier. We know that some Q6600's comfortably clock to epic levels, while some others struggle above 3.2GHz, depending on the luck of the draw. I've got my heart set on the i7 950/mobo set, which is what I originally wanted anywho. Enable that and maybe you might have a 4th core. click site
OCing RAM is notoriously tough and risky, but you can deal with this issue by decreasing the FSB:DRAM ratio we will be discussing later.Ideally, you'd want these motherboards to OC on:Intel I'm sure there would be hell. frontline 15th April 2010, 18:10 Quote:Originally Posted by gavomatic57It would be rather like Intel removing the ability to overclock the CPU at all How is that a similar comparison? Aug 12, 2010 at 1:49 AM #6 p_o_s_pc [email protected]&WCG addict Joined: May 2, 2007 Messages: 13,009 (3.66/day) Thanks Received: 2,189 Location: Newark ohio System Specs System Name: el'lappy|Cruncher | Cruncher 2
The main processor takes the BCLK number and multiplies it by 20 to get 2.66GHz (2666MHz)--this is the CPU multiplier. What would the reaction be if it was Intel or Nvidia? So my original statement is accurate, truthful and correct. Both companies now ship CPUs equipped with core multipliers (which we'll discuss shortly) unlocked, and even CPUs that have locked multipliers are fairly easy to overclock.First, though, let's take a look
OWNED66 13th April 2010, 12:05 Quote:Originally Posted by gavomatic57Funny, it's amazing how upbeat everyone is about it. Google up 750a. A mix of enforcing a product line and not leaving themselves liable for complaints when things go wrong. A little closer of an example would be the way that not all motherboards allow overclocking anyway.
But don't be afraid, if you carefully follow these instructions, be patient and calm, overclocking will become second nature and you won't end up damaging anything. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Publish Related resources Unlock The 4th Core in Phenom II X3 720 BE Forum How to unlock AMD Athlon II x3 450 to 4th core Forum How do I unlock the Did you even read the article or did you just decide to troll?
Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT We'll look at examples involving a fairly high-end motherboard (roughly $250), a $190 board, and a micro-ATX board that's priced around $140. Forum AMD Phenom II X3 720be Core unlock HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! First of all, you want to increase your bus speed which is at 100MHz - 400MHz.
It's like leaving overclocking in on the chips - they know that it will make the cheaper chips better sellers and so will boost sales, whilst still allowing them to sell http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2178230/intel-cpu-core-unlocking.html If it does, you will need to test for stability. Just more white noise from AMD and more promises that they can't deliver. Full Review Crucial Storage Executive, Version 3.38 Reviewed by AlphaC Pros Provides SSD SMART Status , total TB written, firmware information (for all manufacturers) Shows overall drive health and model
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Why AMD didn't see this coming though is beyond me. and how would I do this? Aug 12, 2010 at 2:34 AM #14 T3kl0rd Joined: Jan 25, 2009 Messages: 496 (0.17/day) Thanks Received: 42 System Specs System Name: The Venerable One Processor: Intel Core i7 980x 3.33GHz
Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map Log in or Sign up TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Hardware > Motherboards & Memory > Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! Forum Solved[b]Phenom II X3 720be Core unlock pls help !!!![/b] Forum Phenom X3 720:Issue Unlocking 4th core Forum More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish Much the same way AMD is now leaving core unlocking as something which must be entirely handled by third parties at their own risk. As others have said at the end of the day you are only entitled to the performance that you purchased.
I'm getting a PC after the summer but I feel like trying to overclock it . The technology is obviously possible, so how come my cheaper CPU can't change the multiplier? I heard it is possible as the Phenom II X3 is known to be stable at 4 cores but I just do not know how to do it.
Here is the manual for your motherboard - http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_g... The board unlocks the CPU. So he just plugged in some crappy MSI 945V2 with 2gb memory @667MHz max. If the feature isn't there, there might be BIOS versions that do have it.
That caveat is well worth keeping in mind when you attempt to overclock.Myth #3: Overclocking requires expensive motherboards and memory.Not necessarily. Aug 18, 2010 #7 hellokitty[hk] Hello, nice to meet you! Still, you'll see some increase after adjusting the clock speed.CPU-intensive apps--particularly multithreaded applications--are likely to see the most significant boost from increased clock speed. a discrete chip) that issues its own unlocking codes for all its 8-series boards.
Aug 12, 2010 at 3:20 AM #27 T3kl0rd Joined: Jan 25, 2009 Messages: 496 (0.17/day) Thanks Received: 42 System Specs System Name: The Venerable One Processor: Intel Core i7 980x 3.33GHz Is my mobo preventing me from potentially unlocking the cores on this CPU? Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? no matter what your doing when OCing ur putting strain on ur cpu FULL STOP, meaning taking it slowly is pointless and wasting ur time.
You have a cheap, high-end processor.Of course, it's not that simple. Also if I cannot unlock the 4th core is it worth over clocking the CPU from 2.60GHz to something around 3.20GHz? If it does, you will need to test for stability. Aug 12, 2010 at 2:33 AM #13 JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...
i did a search but the closest thing i could find related to the issue was your thread on tech powerup lol. I think my first intel cpu was a celeron d 347, I got that back in 2006. Evildead666 13th April 2010, 11:39 I suspect system builders were selling tri-cores unlocked as quads etc..... And it's not even a demanding title .I have every setting on low and the resolution of 800 x 600 it is frustrating .
You deserve it. Sorry, didn't get around to answering this. Sad to see the "Complaint Way" so present in today's life, they're ruining something great for enthusiasts by making AMD scared of losing rep. I think my first intel cpu was a celeron d 347, I got that back in 2006.
They are not removing the ability to overclock the CPU, as far as i understand it. Your x2 may have started life as a x4 955 125w or a x4 920 95W.