Step 03 — AMD BIOS: multiplier optionsSelect the “Auto” setting (by moving down to it and pressing Return) and you’ll see plenty of options. In this example we’re changing the multiplier to 20, for an effective speed of 4GHz. With an unlocked chip you can take this number as high as you like: this board supports speeds in excess of 5GHz, though it’s very unlikely any CPU will run stably at these speeds. If your CPU isn’t unlocked, its multiplier won’t go above its stock setting: you can specify a higher setting in the BIOS, but this will have no effect. [Click image to enlarge]
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