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Where's the HTT multi? They call it something else...

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Hi all,

 

I'm following the overclocking guide from this forum on an ASUS A8N32 Deluxe SLI (see sig). I'm looking for the LDT/FSB Frequency Ratio (to turn down the HTT while determining the max MHz for my CPU). I see two settings that look like they may be what I'm looking for.

 

Under the "chipset" tab in the bios I see "K8 to NB Frequency" and "SB to NB Frequency"

 

Can someone please tell me which of these is the "LDT/FSB Frequency ratio" described by Thunda in the overclocking tutorial? Thanks a million!

 

I'm using an Opteron 165 Denmark CCBWE 0551UPMW, all else is the same as the sig.

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just look in every bios option and check to see what the options of the options are...

 

when you find the one that has Auto plus 1 thru 5 you found it....Asus likes to hide the options all over the place instead of keeping them all together...

 

I think I remember it being on the page with the CD rom boot options I think on the board I played with...

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Ok, all I've found is the two I listed above, and they go up to 8x. I set them both on 3 for testing (they defaulted at 5). Your'e right, ASUS hides settings really well.....ram timings are under CPU configuration, FSB is under 'jumperless configuration'.....

 

Thanks for the reply!

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On my ASUS A8N5X it is under cpu config. and is called hyper transport frequency, settings are 1x-5x and auto.

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