Is it a good idea to put the CPU/HT Reference clock (MHz) to 241 and the frequency multiplier to [14.5 2900 MHz]?
Exactly. You lock pcie to 100, and drop your other multipliers to stay within stability while raising ht ref to increase cpu frequency. The problems usually occur from ram timings being too tight in auto once it is downclocked and driven back up from ref clock, so learn how to set ram timings manually.ah that makes sense being a locked multi. The OP mentioned setting the multi so I just figured they had an adjustable one.
In that case you need to look for bios options to hopefully limit your ram and PCIE clocks to achieve the highest possible overclock.
That would be the socket 462 Athlon seriesThen again, there were the pads on the tops of those chips that, when bridged with conductive ink, would unlock the processor for overclocking.....don't ask me which ones, since my OCing days are long dead, and I have forgotten that tidbit of information.