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    I have 2 rigs. One is Intel one is AMD. And I need help about my AMD rig here,

    My rig is:

    1100T CPU, Gigabyte 990Fx UD7, 2 X 4 GSkill 2200 MHZ CL7 RAM, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120 GB SSD, Corsair H100 Liquid Cooling System, 1200 W Corsair PSU, Zotac 590 GTX.

    I am newbie about over clocking.

    So my questions are:

    1) What is CPU NB Frequency??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    2) What is HT Link Width??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    3) What is HT Link Frequency??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    4) What is CPU PLL Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    5) What is NB Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    6) What is HT Link Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    7) What is CPU NB VID Control??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    8) When I over clock using BCLK, should I give more voltage to everything?

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    Default Re: Please help to this newbie

    First of all Welcome to Pureoverclock

    I'd love to be able to help you myself but I have never overclocked an AMD in my life so hang on for a while, the AMD boys will be along shortly.

    While you are waiting, have a look around here in overclocking, see if you can find some of the advice given to others.

    and don't forget to have a go at the Big Giveaway.
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    Default Re: Please help to this newbie

    Welcome to PureOC some very good question overclocking an AMD rig is pretty simple. Drdeath is our resident AMD OC freak wait for him to chime in and I'm sure he will be able to help you.

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    I still wait for reply

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    Default Re: Please help to this newbie

    [QUOTE=agulerer;82678]I have 2 rigs. One is Intel one is AMD. And I need help about my AMD rig here,

    My rig is:

    1100T CPU, Gigabyte 990Fx UD7, 2 X 4 GSkill 2200 MHZ CL7 RAM, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120 GB SSD, Corsair H100 Liquid Cooling System, 1200 W Corsair PSU, Zotac 590 GTX.

    I am newbie about over clocking.

    So my questions are:

    1) What is CPU NB Frequency??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    2) What is HT Link Width??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    3) What is HT Link Frequency??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    4) What is CPU PLL Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    5) What is NB Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    6) What is HT Link Voltage??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    7) What is CPU NB VID Control??? How will I use it on over clocking?

    8) When I over clock using BCLK, should I give more voltage to everything?

    Core Speed (CPU Speed, Frequency, CPU Clock Frequency, CPU Clock Speed): The frequency at which the CPU executes instructions (eg.: 3,000 MHz or 3.0 GHz). This is the main frequency we hope to raise out of all the other different components.

    HyperTransport Link Speed: The frequency of the link between the CPU and the northbridge (eg.: 1,000 MHz, 1,800 MHz, or 2,000 MHz) This is usually equal to (but must not exceed) the northbridge speed.

    Northbridge Speed: The frequency of the northbridge (e.g.: 1,800 MHz or 2,000 MHz). For AM2+, increasing the northbridge speed will boost memory controller performance and L3 cache speed. This must not be lower than the HyperTransport link speed, but it can be raised much higher.

    Memory Frequency (DRAM Frequency and memory speed): The speed, measured in megahertz (MHz), at which the memory bus operates. This can be represented by the actual frequency,

    Reference Clock: By default, this is set at 200 MHz. As you will see for AM2+ processors, other frequencies are based on this clock speed and are calculated with multipliers and sometimes dividers.

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    Default Re: Please help to this newbie

    Thanks for help.

    What is cpu pll and cpu nb vid? Maybe cpu nb vid is cpu nb voltage control and nb voltage control is nb chip voltage control is that correct?

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    Default Re: Please help to this newbie

    Yes they all control voltage for the different parts of the system, don't play with the CPUPLL its an easy way to fry your chip.

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