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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Blue_Fire
I CAN HELP lol i have that exact same mobo. go into your bios go to advance, the go into jumper free settings the change the top value to manual. go then and change you FSB to 2xx(like 290 somthing play around with it.) then go down to your multiplier and change it to the max value and voila you are done.
EDITnce you develop a higher understanding of the bios/overclocking, you can then take it farther. I dont doubt you could reach 2.8


Thanx Blue Fire for your advise, i'll try that and see if I cant speed er up a little.
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by SoaDMTGguy
The speed at which you scan images is not based on your computers speed, but on the speed of your scanner and the connection to your scanner. USB 2.0 (which is what I asume your scanner is using) runs at 480 MB/s, so if you are scanning a file that is 1160 MB, it will take 2 seconds to tansfer plus how ever long it takes your scanner to scan the image.

As for overclocking your CPU, you want to do it in the BIOS, as people have said, not with AI Booster. The BIOS will give you a more reliable overclock. My advice is read the guids in the FAQ section and ask a LOT of questions!

SoaDMTGguy... I do understand how everything works, that's why i'm so concerned. The largest picture I scanned was 55MB and it took more like 2 minutes, and yes, my scanner is usb. I don't even think overclocking will fix it. I'm begining to think its a different problem all together but have no idea what it could be. Thank you for your input, I will be sure not to use AI Booster.
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by SpEeD_JuNky
I use a lot of demanding applications like photo editing, web design etc...

From my understanding it doesn't take a amazing pc to do photo editing, web design, unless your doing something else.

Now I do media arts/animation (3d stuff) for a living but a good friend of mine has a degree in web design and freelances with a weaker pc than you.. He seems to get buy just fine so i don't know how you can be that upset?

I have photoshop CS2 on my "game" rig you see down in my specs, and I have no problems manipulating 5000x5000 images..
post #14 of 16
your scanner is junky...simple as that lol.

A good scanner shouldn't take more than like 10 seconds....
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post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by Sideburns
your scanner is junky...simple as that lol.

A good scanner shouldn't take more than like 10 seconds....
I haven’t used one for a while so I forget but doesn't the resolution of the scan dictate the time it takes to scan the image?

btw:speed_junky you do have usb 2.0? I figure you would..
post #16 of 16
check the usb history of your mobo some do not perform too well i.e. my mobo has a slow usb poll.

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