Originally Posted by kidwolf909
Travpoc, don't go over ~1.5-1.6 vcore. Also, if you run DDR, then don't got over 2.8v, but if you run DDR2, then I would say no more than 2.2v.
But hey, gohandbz, I think I might have it.
In either 'Chipset' or 'JumperFree Config', find the setting for "FSB Termination Voltage" and also "Chipset Core Voltage". Set each of these up one notch from the [AUTO] or whatever their current setting is. If one bump doesn't work, then try another notch up. Also, try this with only one of the above voltages at a time, so you can single out what stalled you if one does work. If necessary, you can even take the voltage for both of those to the MAX your mobo will let you. You can't really hurt it with the voltage settings that the mobo includes...
I was just thinking that ~250 is the maximum that the 915 chipset can do with stock voltage. So you may need that extra chipset/FSB voltage to take it higher. Get back to me with your results (if any...)
Im at 257*15 with my 915 Prescott 3.0GHz, 3.8682 seems to be my wall at 1.45vcore voltage and everything else Auto/default, anything after that and when booting up my BIOS says no Master H.D.D. found and I need to reset to a safer setting then make my SATA drive the master instead of the sotrage IDE I use as well.
I do have the seetings you mentioned above what should I set them at? Just keep bumpin them up?
And in the screenshot included does this mean my MOBO wont let my CPU go past 4Ghz?