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AM2 Nforce 570 + Phenom II 560BE Successful !
#11
update:

i got newest "FHo" bios from OFFICIAL SUPPORT, it should work Smile!
wow it will be the only AM2+ mobo with latest phenom support Smile

will try today later
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(12-08-2010, 10:45 AM)sshilko Wrote: update:

i got newest "FHo" bios from OFFICIAL SUPPORT, it should work Smile!
wow it will be the only AM2+ mobo with latest phenom support Smile

will try today later

no luck with bios settings,
BUT using nforce system tools i set cpu multiplier and FSB Smile it worked at last

Big Grin


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#13
now nforce 5-series can be updated to support AM3 phenom II Smile

i.e. asus M2N and other board for nforce 570
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#14
Sorry it took so long to weigh in.

Do you have links for the boards you know that are now supporting this. The 800mhz issue is a huge issue because of the motherboard "phase" design.

Thanks,
TheWiz
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(12-16-2010, 05:02 PM)TheWiz Wrote: Sorry it took so long to weigh in.

Do you have links for the boards you know that are now supporting this. The 800mhz issue is a huge issue because of the motherboard "phase" design.

Thanks,
TheWiz

it's should be any nforce 570 board, i fixed 800mhz with nforce system tools, now processor works at 4000Mhz / 39*C, bios/nforce-tools max multiplier is 19.5

nFORCE 570 MOBOS (AM2 actually):
(gigabyte has maximum supported cpus list + my Phenom II 560 with FHo bios)

ASUS
M2N-E
M2N-SLI Deluxe
Gigabyte
GA-M57SLI-DS4
GA-M57SLI-S4
MSI
K9N Platinum
K9N SLI
K9N SLI Platinum
K9N SLI V2
K9N Ultra

the only minor issue's left is:
*800mhz without booting to Windows (HOWEVER DURING BIOS-POST SCREEN SHOWS CORRECT 3400Mhz)
*no cool&quiet support, the voltage is always = bios settings, setting to 1.45V is OK but processor goes to 40*C and fans go >1100rpm, IF IT WAS <1.4V processor should go 33-35*C and wans would be more quiet.
but using nTune (nforce system tools) you can thange processor clock/fsb/multiplier with 1click in windows by just loading preset profiles at windows startup/etc.
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(12-20-2010, 07:20 AM)sshilko Wrote:
(12-16-2010, 05:02 PM)TheWiz Wrote: Sorry it took so long to weigh in.

Do you have links for the boards you know that are now supporting this. The 800mhz issue is a huge issue because of the motherboard "phase" design.

Thanks,
TheWiz

it's should be any nforce 570 board, i fixed 800mhz with nforce system tools, now processor works at 4000Mhz / 39*C, bios/nforce-tools max multiplier is 19.5

nFORCE 570 MOBOS (AM2 actually):
(gigabyte has maximum supported cpus list + my Phenom II 560 with FHo bios)

ASUS
M2N-E
M2N-SLI Deluxe
Gigabyte
GA-M57SLI-DS4
GA-M57SLI-S4
MSI
K9N Platinum
K9N SLI
K9N SLI Platinum
K9N SLI V2
K9N Ultra

the only minor issue's left is:
*800mhz without booting to Windows (HOWEVER DURING BIOS-POST SCREEN SHOWS CORRECT 3400Mhz)
*no cool&quiet support, the voltage is always = bios settings, setting to 1.45V is OK but processor goes to 40*C and fans go >1100rpm, IF IT WAS <1.4V processor should go 33-35*C and wans would be more quiet.
but using nTune (nforce system tools) you can thange processor clock/fsb/multiplier with 1click in windows by just loading preset profiles at windows startup/etc.
more info, 800mhz is common issue, more tools to deal with it
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?p=3779320
http://sourceforge.net/projects/phenomms...i/download
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#17
not sure phase design 3+1 is the root cause of it (800mhz), 3+1/4+1/8+1/8+2 it's just a number of circuit elements for their purpose is keep the voltage at constant value (eliminate +-~%).. well there is no other clues for 800mhz L(
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